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About EnragedOryx

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  • Birthday 19/01/2001

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  1. Can anyone recommend Jing Gong for a first rifle? I was looking at their G36 series and was wondering if they're usable out of the box without tinkering (mainly because I would have no clue what I'm doing).


    I know I would probably be better off going for something like the CM16, but I want something different to what all of my friends have that isn't an AR/M4 platform. 

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    2. Prisce


      As JG go, their G36 is one of the better RIFS they offer. 


      Search JG G36 in the forum search function and have a look at what the guys who own them say.


      I haven’t owned one, but people who’s opinions I trust say they are very good starter G36s, I think @Smooth_Operator has one?

    3. Smooth_Operator


      Hey both. 


      I've got 2 G36 AEGs, although neither of them are JG. I've got 1 Umarex and 1 S&T. 


      Personally I'd recommend an S&T G36 as a perfect starter AEG. Similar price to the JG and hugely better performance and build quality. 

    4. Nick G

      Nick G

      I've got 2 JG's an MP5 and an AUG. Both are ridiculously good for the money. I know that later JG G36 models have an adjustable spring system (as does my AUG) so your G36 may well be adjustable. Fold the stock and look to see if there is a hole that will take an allen key in a position that matches the rear of the gearbox. If there is , turning counter clockwise reduces spring tension.

  2. Played a game yesterday (only my second time). Pretty much all my hits burst my skin even where I was covered. Is this normal? I didn't see many others with bleeding so did I just get unlucky or something?

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    2. EnragedOryx


      I'm not on any kind of medication. One of my friends had something similar, but that was a fully exposed shot to the forehead unlike mine which were all under a hoodie sleeve, some even double layered. 


      Also could someone explain what you mean by 'hot gun'? As I said I'm quite new to this so I'm not familiar with some of these terms.

    3. Nick G

      Nick G

      A 'hot' gun is one that is shooting beyond the site power limit. For instance most sites have a limit of 350 fps using .20 BB's if the gun can shoot full auto. A gun shooting more than this is 'hot' Typically snipers have a limit of 500 fps but are restricted by having a minimum engagement distance (MED) which is commonly 30 meters. 

    4. EnragedOryx


      Went to the same site again yesterday. There were only 20 or so people this time around (somewhere around half of the amount from last time). I went out in the week and bought some undershirts as well as some t-shirts, both long sleeve.


      I'm still unsure of what made the difference, but I managed to walk away yesterday with minimal marks, the worst being on my hand which only left a small red patch (I was wearing gloves). Either that little bit of extra clothing went a long way or no-one was running a hot gun this time around.


      Once again thanks to anyone who was able to help me as now I can do something I enjoy with zero worries 😄


      (Edit: Just spaced out the reply into paragraphs.) 

  3. Highest quality Airsoft supplier? (e.g. G&G, ICS etc.)

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    2. proffrink


      Lol, Trigger. Also Daytona Guns are pretty solid internally.

    3. ImTriggerHappy


      Best quality without paying silly money is Real Sword way beyond anyone else. Second best is Krytac. TM guns are most people's favourite and their AEG's work well, which is surprising as the actual quality of parts is pretty shite.

      Ics Good, G&G ok

    4. two_zero


      Real Sword imo/e

  4. I have recently been looking at two rifles that have caught my eye. The G&G Combat Machine AEG CM16 Raider http://www.zerooneairsoft.com/product_info.php?cPath=268_318&products_id=6076 and the G&G Combat Machine AEG CM16 Raider-L http://www.zerooneairsoft.com/product_info.php?cPath=268_318&products_id=5774. After looking at the websites specifications, I realize the only difference is that the normal raider has a higher RPM and the Raider-L is longer in general, has a longer barrel and is heavier. Before seeing the specs I was going to go for the Raider-L, but now I am thinking of going for the normal raider. Now, my question. Does a longer barrel on an AIRSOFT rifle, not a real rifle, actually make it better as I have heard that a longer barrel can be more inaccurate and can reduce the range in Airsoft. Thanks if you can help.
  5. Anyone recommend Zero One Airsoft? http://zerooneairsoft.com/

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    2. Sitting Duck

      Sitting Duck

      For a 2-tone Raider z1 are gonna be hard to beat. Yes not loved as much as more customer service retailers like pro airsoft. But free 2-tone, low price G&G - hard to beat

    3. Sitting Duck

      Sitting Duck

      If buying a higher end gun then maybe pro airsoft, FireSupport & others over zero one

    4. EnragedOryx


      Thanks for the help.

  6. Do I want to be spending £170 on a rifle when I can buy a £100 SMG or is that a bad idea?
  7. If I were to buy this rifle would I be able to take off the handle and put on a scope? http://www.combatsouth.co.uk/collections/assault-rifle/products/ics-m4a1-retractable-stock-ics-41?variant=9559272965
  8. Hi, I am 15 and looking to get in to Airsoft. I now know that at my age I will not be able to buy ANY type of Airsoft rifle, and no-one in my family plays Airsoft either. After digging around a bit and getting raged at because I am a newbie, I have found out that a person 18+ could gift me an IF and if they also had a UKARA membership (not a licence, already made that mistake) they would be able to gift me a RIF (correct me if I am wrong). Like I already said, no-one in my family plays Airsoft which means a RIF is out of the picture unless I can find someone who is on the UKARA database and pay them to buy me one. This means that my next option is a Two-Tone IF, which is possible since my parents could buy me one. I know I want an M4 build or something since they look good for starters, but I have ran in to one problem. I can't find any good websites (as in not JUSTBBGUNS) that sell Two-Tones. If anyone knows any websites that are decent yet sell Two-Tones, could you please reply. Thanks if you can help.
  9. Good websites to buy rifles around £150?

    1. Sitting Duck

      Sitting Duck

      G&G or ICS M4's

      Zero One, LandWarrior, AirsoftWorld, FireSupport, AirsoftZone, SurplusStore, read some of the stickies in new player section. Them guides are a must read tbh

    2. two_zero


      G&G cm16 from pro airsoft supplies :)

  10. I have heard from friends and others the it is not worth getting a Bullpup rifle as your first rifle. Is this true and if so when would be a good entry time to get one?
  11. How would I delete a reply on a topic?

    1. Jedi_Master


      Use the edit button. You can then add or remove letters or words, check spelling, etc.

  12. Seems like I may have said some real retarded stuff looking at the way you guys responded, but thanks for the help anyway.
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