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Blowback or Non-Blowback?

Blowback or Non-Blowback?   37 members have voted

  1. 1. Blowback or Non-Blowback?

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So blowback or non-blowback?

 

Which do you prefer?

 

my choice would be blowback as it looks more realistic

 

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Blowback - Because it makes you feel cool and the only reason to have a pistol is for looks as an AEG will always be more useful in a straight up firefight..

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Blow-back because they look and sound better aswell as manufacturer's putting more effort into BB's over AEP's as they're less desired. Still I wouldn't say no to a free automatic Glock B)

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Secondary weapon, Mp5/Shotgun as well as my m4 :wub:BUT if i had to get a pistol, then a blow back just i think that gas is an extra expense into an already expensive hobby.

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GBB for me everyday of the week. I have used many real steel pistols during my military career, and i have to say that NBB pistols just feel and fire like a toy (i know, GBB can be considered as such), but for that extra bit of realism, upgrade your pistol with a higher tension recoil spring, and use propane. I've done this with a HFC Glock 17 and TM Sig Sauer P226, and each now fires like a hardkick.

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Blowback, gives that added bit of realism. I dual wield DE's and at the last skirmish which was a night jobbie I scared many a enemy combatant into submission at close range due to the noise alone.

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Blowback - Because it makes you feel cool and the only reason to have a pistol is for looks as an AEG will always be more useful in a straight up firefight..

 

Try getting into CQB with a SR-25 or M16 in your hands... you'll get youself shot off in seconds. Going into buildings? Take out your pistol and give'em hell.

 

And about dual-wielded Desert Eagles... man, if we're talking about realism, try doing that with the real gun and share your experience. I mean, mostly the 'oh my God, I think both of my elbows are broken!' experience...

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Try getting into CQB with a SR-25 or M16 in your hands... you'll get youself shot off in seconds. Going into buildings? Take out your pistol and give'em hell.

 

And about dual-wielded Desert Eagles... man, if we're talking about realism, try doing that with the real gun and share your experience. I mean, mostly the 'oh my God, I think both of my elbows are broken!' experience...

 

ive used an M16 in CQB, not problems at all :P.

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ive used an M16 in CQB, not problems at all :P.

 

Well... the silencer of a SR-25 also does the job as a bayonet... but try to explain that to the other guy afterwards.

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What about the Tokyo Marui MK23 SOCOM. That's non-blowback and is considered one of the best pistols. Almost silent, especially with the suppressor and it's really accurate too. I think that's the pistol that I'm going to go for. Although, I do like blowback a lot, I think it's really cool, I just wanted to voice some of the advantages of decent NBB guns, IE, accuracy because there is no kick and they are really quiet. But I like both BB & NBB for their different merits :)

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different things for different purposes.

I vote NBB gas.

 

I DARE anyone here to a duel/pistols game versus me with my TM MK23 Socom.

 

I'll hit AEG ranges and you won't hear me past 5 meters.

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