jameswilby5

Help for a beginner!

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they will be about the same and i retract that statement of OTT as i didn`t notice Shep`s earlier Post

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They'll be almost exactly the same, and benefit from a new tightbore barrel which isn't much money at all.

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External quality will probably be similar granted, but ICS gearboxes are fairly different to the KA standard V2s.

 

King Arm's AEGs don't have the best reputations for quality internals with a lot of people, I can attest to this from my own experience with my KA FAL. ICS sportlines would always get my vote.

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My vote goes for the G&G GR16, mine is a year old now and still chugging along with a new barrel, it could do with a new rubber but apart from that it seems preety good.

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Definitely get the ICS M4, the King Arms is nice but they're quite hit and miss as to whether you get a good one worth the money. I'm with Kinnerley on this.

 

100% ICS all the way.

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if you get a metal body then yea ICS if not it`s kind of like shoving a knife in your heart only something bad can happen which into this convo translates Plastic body = you`ll snap withing 2 year`s without a single doubt in my mind

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M4 stocks are the only parts I can see breaking and they're always plastic anyway, you'd be hard pressed to snap a receiver, I'd bet money on it being impossible from general use, take a hammer to it then sure, running into a tree won't break it, plastic body is cheap, will last you a good couple of years, more than likely more and it'll knock a good £100 off the price tag of anything that would otherwise be metal.

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Fancy telling that to my 3 CA M15A4's which i now have to replace? my latest one

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Maybe Classic Army just aren't that great? I've never heard of a plastic bodied gun breaking.

 

In fact, I've heard it more from metal guns, like the WE SCAR.

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hmm hold onto the receiver and point and shoot target`s watch the barrel crack the upper and then with a little more use snap off...

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