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  • Guns
    VFC M40A5
    TM CQBR GBBR (L119A2 Build)
    Nuprol Delta Bravo
    WE G17
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    Gunman Airsoft
    Okto eight

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  1. and yes the stti mags will fit the TM mk23, they are even green gas compatible which is very handy. they are also available under the ASG brand which you sometimes see around. one thing to note is that the feed lips are ever so slightly different which can result in a slightly heavier trigger pull. I sorted this out in 30 seconds with a needle file, although i could easily have lived with it as the difference was so slight so I wouldn't let that put you off.
  2. some of those can be an absolute pain, as above make sure that you push the clip down all the way. hard. other than that you have probably found the difference between some Airsoft manufacturers and the real steel in terms of rail dimensions, plus there are a few different standards out there, e.g. picatinny and weaver. if you are struggling to get it on still you could use an air-dry lubricant such as GT 86 or a similar PTFE spray or even just a splash of water if the rails aren't steel. if that fails you maybe able to try gently heating with a hairdryer, but hopefully it won't come to that.
  3. So I thought that I would add an update on how my L119A2 build was going. It's about 90% there, it just has a few finishing touches that I need to add. but the basic rifle is great to use and accurate to silly ranges with the .36 BB's. 😁
  4. hello, I'm sure there are a few in the area that you might bump into over time. for me personally I may be at gunman Eversley this weekend although I won't be able to confirm that until later in the week.
  5. welcome @tommo thompsonI'm not sure what your budget is, but within the aeg bracket there are normal aegs and those with recoil. if you have the budget a scar L from Tokyo marui would be a good performer with recoil. but there is loads of variety out there. If you haven't tried Airsoft before get yourself booked on with a rental and see if you like it. I think that the terminology is fairly similar to paintball with skirmishes, filmsims (a skirmish with longer games and a story line) and milsims.
  6. if you would like something similar have a look at the cm701 from Taiwan gun. VSR compatible for when you do get around to upgrading it and currently only £70. I'm sure that you could pick up a cheap basic scope from Amazon for less than £20. https://www.taiwangun.com/en/spring/cm-701b-cyma just remember that pretty much every bolt action rifle will need upgrading to perform well and even then 100m is a long shot that is simply not possible by most rifles within this countries FPS limits. there are exceptions of course but they are generally a bit of a work of art.
  7. I am aiming to, I currently am in the process of building at 10" L119A2 and then will probably build a second 16" for some long range action 😁
  8. really, it says on their website it's made and designed in Denmark? although it may just be assembled there... see the bottom of the 2018 tech spec. although it wouldn't be the first time that a company has played fast and loose with the facts. http://Technical information 2018 Revision - ActionSportGames actionsportgames.com › Download › 004... they do seem to get involved and care about their reputation a bit though which is more than a lot of Airsoft companies these days. plus they import some interesting rifles, including my m40a5 even though that's actually manufactured by VFC.
  9. I was under the impression that the Evo is the only range of guns they actually make. (they claim that it is made in Denmark as opposed to out the far East) this information may be out of date now though. otherwise it is just rebranding things, sometimes with some extra qc thrown in there if they feel like it.
  10. the idea of panic reloading in games makes me sweat about just thinking about it 😂 the drum mag now makes complete sense.
  11. it was a gunman filmsim, and I got through about half my rounds over two 3 hour games. clearly I am just more stingy than I thought 😂 but I only use semi auto and maybe I was being a bit sneaky. I probably will use more when I go to the next normal skirmish, but I'll have to get back to you on that. let us know how you get on, I'm sure that you'll be able to out shoot most people on the field.
  12. yep, I just had to drop the power ever so slightly using the NPAS valve. I should probably add that my sites limits are 1.14 J too so it's currently set to about 1.1J with 0.36 to be on the safe side. it's stock apart from NPAS a modify tan bucking and one of daves brass nubs. the previous owner had already installed these but it doesn't look like he ever actually skirmished the rifle so otherwise it was pretty much new. @sonofsammo that is starting to sound like a bit of a beast. you'll have to let us know how you get on... but I mean 350 rounds!!!!! I only normally carry 280 on me and that lasted me for a day 😂
  13. I had my first game with mine last Saturday and needless to say they perform incredibly well. If you can get on with the real cap mags I doubt that you will be disappointed. the range and accuracy with 0.36g BB's was impressive despite some very heavy wind 🙂
  14. hi @Daanios welcome to the forum, and the mws is a great choice in either the CQBR or m4a1 form, it's just whatever look you prefer. most of us are based in the UK, and it should be noted that the maximum muzzle energy for any full auto or burst fire Airsoft guns is 1.3 joules regardless of BB weight. personally I think that the easiest way to adjust the energy is with an NPAS which is fitted in the nozzle. this is easily adjusted at crono on the day which is helpful. although multiple upper receivers or bolts is another option, but I am not so familiar with the aftermarket bolts. I'm sure that someone else can fill in the details on that front.
  15. 1-under 18 players... we were all under 18 once, having said that it is entirely down to the person. some people are just really annoying. 2-themed game sites. I love them however that is entirely made by the players and their attitude towards the scenario. other people just want to rock up, shoot their mates and head home which is great, but they probably won't be that fussed about a theme. horses for courses and all that. I hope that helps 🙂
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