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@Matt, your 'beasts' motor still wont mesh properly <_<

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Are there any guns in England not on the way to.you? :P

M14's are always nice, but with rails they look brilliant.

 

I like the m4 too, nice and simple not too much stuff in it :)

BTW what suppressor is that? It looks cool

 

Thanks

 

It's an element zombie killer I think?

 

Well it's a zombie killer at any rate.

I don't like it though, the calibre markings say multi... Yes I'm that picky. :P

 

If I could have it my way, I'd have every gun in England on it's way to me! :P

 

I might take some pictures of my M700 soon, and then put the scope back onto my M14 because the hop in the M700 isn't working for s*** <_<

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Pics of the M700 are here! Hurrah! :P

 

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It's definitely a long term project rifle, but externally I just need to touch up the worn areas a bit with some paint and then spray the bipod black instead of that nasty tan.

Internally... It's a different story. I'll need a VSR hop rubber and barrel, some new rubber seals for the bolt and other such stuff. Then it'll be fine.

 

Now... Here's the KSC USP.45 that I just bought. Not too impressed with it tbh, but the seller is a nice guy and is helping me out with getting a new slide so I can't really complain.. Makes me feel a bit bad about leaving him bad feedback tbh.

 

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Not the best condition really, but a new slide will soon fix that. When I finally find one that's in stock!

 

Sorry for all those pics, just had a little bit of a photo spree here... ;)

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Nice! whats wit the tan bipod on a black gun though!?

and yeah tis a shame about the slide as P226's are great.

Looks like youre quite good at phootography too :)

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Nice! whats wit the tan bipod on a black gun though!?

and yeah tis a shame about the slide as P226's are great.

Looks like youre quite good at phootography too :)

 

Thanks :D Photography is just a little thing on the side really, I only use it to take pictures of my guns now but I did take it as an AS level subject at the beginning of the year... Then dropped it because it was boring and my teacher hated me <_<

Though I would point out that it's a USP not a P226 ;) My P226 hasn't arrived yet, but that's because I haven't finished paying for it lol.

The Tan problem will be solved soon, might paint it OD. It's either that or black, I haven't quite decided yet.

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Jesus, why was I thinkingP226, of course its a USP lol, epic fail

They dont even look similar, what was I thinking!?!

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It's the slide, it looks similar to the 226 :P

That's what I think anyway. :D

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What happened to the slide?? That looks quite hard to break.

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Thanks Dev :) More on the way, of the new metal USP slide I'll be getting tomorrow

 

@Cyrax

I honestly have no idea, it's damn tough plastic but somehow the owner before the previous one managed to break it, then fix it so the previous owner didn't notice :blink:

 

Don't ask me how that works, but that's the story I was told. Anyhow, I'll upload a picture of it fixed tomorrow :D

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Sorry for the double post but I've finally gotten my hands on a nice metal slide and barrel!

Nice guy drove all the way over from Berkshire :D

Anyway, it's been pouring it down where I am (Hertfordshire) so I refuse to take pictures under unnatural light, especially when the others turned out as nice as they did...

Look forward to a nice USP, coming to a post near you! ;)

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My lovely customised SIG-Sauer P229.

Tempted to replace the grips, but to be honest I'm happy with it as it is, and as the saying goes, 'if it aint broke, don't fix it'.

*The random blue lines are a reflection of my hoody, my camera flash is a tad stronger than normal...

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Tis' very nice ;)

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Thanks guys :D

Took me a long time to get that nice polished look on the slide and the ejection port. I feel it was worth the effort

 

Also Cerbo, do you think your USP was dropped by the previous owner (creating what can only be described as the most interesting break I've ever seen) or do you think it broke in another way?

*Your photography is very nice by the way

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he probably had too powerful gas or something..

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Aaaand here I go again! Delivered pics of a KSC USP.45 with a metal slide as promised :D

 

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And now, my current favourite sidearm... My TM P226. It's got a metal kit, a 200% (or so I think) recoil spring, some real steel Pachmayr grips which make the gun mega mega chunky so I put the stock grips back on, 2 gas tight mags with hi flow valves, and a rocket valve... Not too bad, if I do say so myself :D £100 posted for almost two 226's

Enjoy my slightly weathered P226 ;)

 

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And now the USP and 226 side by side for S&G :D

 

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Nice deagle and 1911 :P

 

but seriously, theyre worn just the right amount, not too much, not too little- awesome

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I don't have a 1911 anymore... :( I want one again.

 

But thanks, I think polishing the slide and frame to help with smooth cycling added to the look :D

 

For me, guns either have to be absolutely perfect or naturally weathered. If you have to artificially weather it, take out all the breakable bits, and chuck the thing onto the floor and kick it a bit :P

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I completely agree, everything that natural always looks better... not just in airsoft :P

I remember hearing a story somewhere, that someone got an AK and dragged it behind his car!

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that someone got an AK and dragged it behind his car!

 

 

:blink:

 

I am reading that right, aren't I?

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Yeah, they gutted it of the internals and to wheather it they dragged it behind their car.

I was amazed too, just i cant remember where I read it, I cant believe a gun is that solid

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More than that, I want to know where you could drag a gun behind your car and not be met with 6 armed response cars :P

 

I almost had that the other day, my neighbour two doors down thought my M700 with a suppressor on the end was a real gun, so he called the police!

Bald sonnuva...

I think he actually called the police, because even though no-one turned up I got a call from a PCO the next day :blink:

 

What good would a PCO be if I had a real rifle?

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I remember hearing a story somewhere, that someone got an AK and dragged it behind his car!

 

Jeeze, has no-one heard of paint?! Or the coka-cola treatment trick?

I've heard of doing that to gear, like a chest rig, but a gun?

 

Cerbo, that P226 looks lurrvley... How different (visually) are the other grips you had?

 

As for the police...there's a reason why whenever I'm working on my Saytie or SIG I always close the curtains, and work in a backroom...

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IIRC it was a real sword type 56- technically not an ak. BUT that would explain the abscense of breakages

 

And yeah, always close your curtains/blinds lol

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Thanks Hubert :D

 

And that's an advantage of living on a hill, with no-one behind you apart from a park, with my bedroom where I do most gun related things overlooking the valley where there is no chance of anyone looking in without a VERY powerful telescope or a ladder, and my back garden is pretty secluded as well!

Hence my array of pictures ;)

 

Oh, and I have a farmer's field round the back of my house with plenty of space to get the most range out of my rifles as airsoftly possible :)

 

I think it's pretty ideal to be quite honest.

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