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About Endorser

  • Rank
    AF-UK Starter
  • Birthday 14/10/1989

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  • Guns
    ISC Par MK3
    G&G AK
    G&G M16A2
  • Sites
    Red 1 Airsoft
    AWA Herts
    The Mall
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Hertfordshire
  1. Taiwangun is an awesome website just bought a £60 sniper from there and it fires more accurate than my TM bizzare. They seem to have far less stock than they used to though, hope that will change soon
  2. Can confirm I bought a new glock and mags from them last week arrived within 4 days with UPS would definitely use them again
  3. If you fancy venturing out a little near St Albans - Kings Langley is Red 1 Airsoft CQB great friendly site bud (wow sounding like an advertisement campaigner)
  4. Got that Items dispatched soon on my delivery too, it depends what courier / shipping method you choose usually they are within two days from Zero One
  5. Completely agree bought my first gun with them 4 years ago and another one just recently fantastic service couldn't rate higher Prices are also good for the UK retailer would recommend
  6. Has anyone used this offcial website for buying airsoft batteries? Was wondering what they were like for delivering?
  7. I use these few quite a lot: http://www.zerooneairsoft.com/ http://www.landwarriorairsoft.com/ http://www.taiwangun.com/en All have been decent for me in the past
  8. Top in my opinion, the raider CM16 is a beast starting weapon for the price you can find them for around £110 - £130
  9. Basically and I am by no means expert only been playing a few years myself. There are two types of full face protection you can buy there are always risks and advantages and disadvantages no matter which option you decide choose: Mesh Masks: These are masks that have tiny holes for you to see out of, but small enough so that BB's cannot enter an example of this would be a fencing mask http://www.zerooneairsoft.com/product_info.php?cPath=287_438&products_id=7272 or you prefer a mesh mask http://www.zerooneairsoft.com/product_info.php?cPath=287_438&products_id=2439 these are very common for starting airsofters as they are cheap and effective Glasses Masks: As you are under 18 youll need a full face glasses mask which fog up like crazy no matter how much anti fog you apply to them. There are easier to see out of though (debatable) however fog tends to ruin my day heres an example for you http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Paintball-Proto-Goggles-Switch-EL-Black-Paintball-Mask-UK-SELLER-CC1-/271177017874?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3f2368ea12 Please note these are just examples you will have to do research on which masks have protection for your eyes, no sport is worth loosing your eyesight so be sure you are buying a worthwhile official product. Dont let this scare you though ive been using mesh masks for years. Just do your homework if its glass ensure they can withstand the penetration of a bullet
  10. Have you been to Red 1 Airsoft the school? its up in Kings Langley shouldn't be too far for you plus its an awesome site
  11. I usually get my equipment from ebay I would browse airsoft websites first to see what sort of things you like then search for them. If youre under 18 then you need a full face mask the fencing masks you can get are good value and they cover your whole head really. That is the most important in my opinion then as the others say wait to see if you like it then invest in an assault vest, clothing etc... Good luck bud
  12. Probably a thousand topics on this in the forum but couldnt find any recent ones. Would a 9.6V 3700mAh SC NiMH be harmful to the gearbox of my G&G top tech AK47 more so than an 8.4v of lower mAh? Thank you in advanced
  13. Would something similar to these be a good purchase?
  14. I may have a look at getting a pair of those then hopefully they dont fog too much
  15. Been wearing mesh goggles now for the last 3 years as they are cheap and easily replaceable, was wondering if anyone could recommend a decent pair of glasses for airsoft that don't have major fogging problems? Im quite flexible with price as long as its not over £60 Thanks
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