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AIPSC bring it on.

Now just need to find some nuts and washers the right size to kick it down to ~310FPS

 

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Whats wrong with the bolts/washers ? :P (Apart from being able to find those anywhere and not cost anything)

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Easier to adjust it to that Perfect FPS and is Literally Free almost all the time!

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AIPSC has fps limits? :huh:

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Yeah, although its 2J

 

Really want to skirmish with it though :P

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Here's my two beauties

G&G AR-15 CQB and KJW M9 elite, oh when I am not using the tracer I do have this flash hider:

 

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Not sure what else I could add or change to make this look uber!!

 

I think i will have to add an mp7 soon!

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well thats going to be front heavy!!

I think the only thing you could possibly add would be a working laser (assuming the PEQ is a battery box) an Eotech magnifier and a bog roll :)

 

EDIT - Oh and some BUIS you know just in case :)

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Decided since I'm not at work today, to get a couple of shots of the collection, then my camera died so I've only got two photos...Ah well!

 

First up is a shot of the whole lot:

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And second up, my M4:

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does anyone know what the name off the stock is where it can be found and how much for

thanks

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Pretty certain that's a madbull ace stock bud

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does anyone know what the name off the stock is where it can be found and how much for

thanks

 

Everyone above is sort of right, the MadBull ACE is practically the same, the one pictured however is the G&G SOPMOD. £80, most solid stock I've ever put on anything.

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thanks for all the help im thinking of camoing my gun but dont know how or what style to do bearing in mind i have a woodland loadout

any advice

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thanks for all the help im thinking of camoing my gun but dont know how or what style to do bearing in mind i have a woodland loadout

any advice

What gun is it and do you mean US Woodland pattern camo?

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its an ics m4 and its a normal dmp loadout in woodland

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its just a webtex webbing and para trousers and green fleece at the moment waiting for my dmps to arrive

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I'd go with Olive Drab furniture, but worn looking, like Juni0r's Glock but green. Then use scrim net wrapped loose-ish and witrh bunches around the handguards.

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That's my L1A1 with scrim around the handguards + a bit of camo net nylon squiggly bits.

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ok thanks ive been using camo tape at the moment and its really nice becasue its soft and very reliable so it doesn't peel off

also kind of off topic but what are peoples opinion on lmgs/m249/m60s becasue ive got my brother into airsoft but hes saying he wont do it unless he gets a lmg

thanks

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I think they're cool as a Tag Heuer watch at the south pole.

 

But they're expensive and heavy and you don't gain any range on other AEG's so there's no practical reason to get one. I mean, yeah, you can get 3000 BB's in a box mag, but you can get normal sized Hi Cap AK mags that take 700 BB's. About the only time i could see 3000 BB's needing to be fired, and gaining a tactical advantage by not having to reload, is in a massive game where you needed to keep the heads of 50 ppl down...

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ok thanks ill tell him that

whats the best spray paint to use on my gun

thanks

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thanks for all the help im thinking of camoing my gun but dont know how or what style to do bearing in mind i have a woodland loadout

any advice

 

hows this (may be with some tan highlights)

 

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I use the Halfords Camo paint as its fantastic quality and cheaper than the other paints you can get.

 

(shameless plug) http://www.facebook.com/pages/Custom-Camo/134626576711215

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ok kool im thinking of doing my m4 like that in stripes but as woodland

do you have any tips or tricks to a dirst time sprayer bareing in mind im ok at art

thanks

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just looked at your facebook page and the guns you do are awsome so are the helmets have you ever done a woodland/green/olive camo if so can you upload a pic to here or do you think youll try it

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Depends on what you mean by woodland. The AK is the most "woodland" job i have done.

 

The halfords colours are quite limited. Its basically Tan, Brown, OD and Black. Krylon have 6 shades but i have not tried that paint as yet.

 

My advice would be spend alot of time getting the prep right.

 

Clean

dry off

tac cloth

paint in light layers.

 

To be fair and this may sound like advertising. But if you are not 100% confident in doing it then it is prob cheaper to get it done by someone that has done it before. Can work out cheaper. The paint is around £8 a can, plus the wipes, tac clothes and maskings etc. So a 3 tone paint job would cost around £35 and if you get it wrong its far harder to redo it.

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