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About James1989

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    AF-UK Regular
  • Birthday 31/12/1989

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  • Guns
    Krytac CRB MKII
    Cyma AK
    Cyma MP5
  • Loadouts
    DPM shirt and trousers assault vest
  • Sites
    Chislehurst Red1
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  1. I consider it second hand the moment you cant get it sent back under warranty which i believe is hard to do without original proof of purchase.
  2. Slightly late to the party but I didnt see Red1 chislehurst mentioned.
  3. Pro airsoft supplies have them and the fella tuere said he took one out to skirmish. He was happy with it mainly for the noise and more realistic trigger pull.
  4. Hello Mate, To summarise the collective wisdom of the forum: Yes it's ok to post, however this question has been answered a few times. Also 48 seems to be an averagish age here. The general consensus is for that budget get a combat machine. No its not a sniper but without dropping a few hundred quids worth of upgrades into a budget bolt action rifle then the combat machine will be more accurate and have better range. All you will do with the cheap bolt action is hinder yourself. The combat machine will need less looking after to boot. Furthermore the most effective use of a sniper is to be unseen. Using a two tone is counter intuitive for a sniper rifle. It is highly recommended you rent until you have your registration at which point you will hopefully have played enough to either a) decide to be a sniper and drop a few hundred quid into a decent rifle and concealment b) get a combat machine and have a general role c) find you dont want to run that much and invest in a support weapon. Overall getting a cheap two tone sniper rifle is not the best idea unless you already have a working gun and want a long term upgrade project. Also if you hate the look of an m4, you can get a CYMA AK model or a JG G36.
  5. I run one of these on my cyma mp5 front wired trick is small batteries. I think mine is this one but can check and confirm https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-nano-tech-1200mah-2s-25-50c-lipo-airsoft-pack.html
  6. I wear glasses, dont get on with contacts, i have bought amd tried bole tracker IIs with inserts whole thing including getting perscription was 50 quid but they fogged like a bitch. Bit more expebsive were the bolle blast, which are blue so not quite tacticool but do the job when paired with revision antifog wipes. https://www.thesafetysupplycompany.co.uk/p/1112311/bolle---blast-safety-goggles---ventilated-safety-spectacles---anti-scratch-anti-fog-lens---en1661b39-en170---bo-blapsi.html https://www.thesafetysupplycompany.co.uk/p/4573697/bolle-prescription-insert-only---fits-into-most-makes-of-safety-goggle---bo-sosblast.html
  7. I don't drive so halfords is a pain in the arse. I live in a one bed flat so cant just go outside and spray stuff in the garden so have to set up a work area. Plus the expense of a can which isnt massive but is still unnecessary. Overall I'm a believer in if you order something you should get what you order? And calling it millenial laziness is jut wrong you have no idea how hard I work. To be fair your comments always come across as belittling and childish which is why I commented on behalf of the OP
  8. And if you dont have a can lying around? Then buying one for the sake of a few inches if orange. I would be hacked off too
  9. I rate my Krytac CRB, good range very easy to tweak the hop. Pro airsoft supplies seem to ve the krytac specialists. Nice fellas too.
  10. Hey J.P. Ah I see afraid I dont know if a torch one will fit. I use one of these they fit on the side. https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-nano-tech-1000mah-3s-20-40c-lipo-airsoft-pack.html
  11. What one have you got? I believe the cyma handguards fit cyma
  12. http://www.thesafetysupplycompany.co.uk/p/1112311/boll---blast-safety-goggles---ventilated-safety-spectacles---anti-scratch-anti-fog-lens---en1661b39-en170---bo-blapsi.html Tbh I use these I find they fog less.
  13. Also if you look hard stuff doesnt have to be expensive, you can get bolle goggles with a safe rating for around the £10 mark from safety supply companies.
  14. Hey fella, There are whole pages of shop reviews. Rule of thumb avoid places with bb in the name. You need footwear with ankle support, eye protection (do not take chances on this) and lower face protection. Everything else is a nice to have. Jing Gong (JG) will do you fine as a budget gun. CYMA AKs are highly rated. For an M4 G&G combat machine is tried and trusted. This is all readily available on here using the search function
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