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DerDer

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About DerDer

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  • Guns
    LCT AKM, RS Type 56, A&K PKM
  • Loadouts
    Generic militia
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    LAC
  1. It is sold separate. Tis pricey and haven't had any experience with it.
  2. Yeah, internals are LCT's V3 gearbox in both. The battery goes in the stock, very handy to find batteries that fit. Also you can install a dummy bolt down the line if you fancy it. Alternatively an EBB kit, if you're into that sort of stuff.
  3. At the moment a 7.4 with a stock gun. Have one LCT that I plan to put a retro arms gearbox and gate titan in, will try a 11.1 with that.
  4. Have had good experiences with this retailer. For some reason I usually end up forgetting about them when I'm looking for a particular item, often being reminded of their existence via a web search. Any orders I have placed have had positive outcomes. One time they emailed me that a particular item, in an order, was out of stock. They suggested some substitutes and didn't try upselling or the likes. Good folks to deal with.
  5. Would you consider a LCT AKM? It has very similar appearances to the 47, wood furniture too. The LCT AK47 is a limited edition so it's fairly pricey and difficult to locate. With regards internals, the RPK and AK are both version three gearbox. The RPD is a different type,. Would agree with the above, it's a rare beast and a head turner.
  6. An Ak with the wood furniture is very appealing. The finish on the LCT wood lines are probably longer lasting than those on the E&L. The reddish tinge on the E&L is appealing to lots of people. That being said both are close enough that you can modify surplus furniture to fit and spare parts (including wooden ones) are available. If you are thinking of going for an underfolder like the AKMS, would strongly urge you to go for the LCT over the E&L. The latter has reports of the mechanism failing. Also from handling both ,the E&L has a bit more wobble. Also disassembling the E&L sometimes requires a bit of force, wouldn't help the longevity of the folding stock.
  7. Depends on the price but would probably recommend a LCT ahead of them. The E&L has some nice features such as the QC gearbox and the popular Russian red finish. Seems pricier than the LCT in the UK. The E&L seem to have some quality control issues. The one I got, the hop was unusable and required quite a bit of work to get it up to scratch. Is there a particular model you are looking at? I.e. classic wood or more tactical.
  8. Similar experience to the above, first order went through no problem. Had stock problems with the most recent order. Response time was poor until a request was put in to cancel the order. Ordered from WGC shop and had it delivered in the same time it took airsoft.tiger111 to process the refund. Only reayl order airsoft parts from Asia these days if I can't get them from Europe, the former is often more trouble than it's worth.
  9. "Ultimate Airsoft Range said it provided targets of other public figures, citing Donald Trump, Adolf Hitler and Justin Bieber as examples." Ah Trump is not that bad.
  10. Reminds me of a certain LBV type vest that was made ages ago. Might have SOEtech or something along those lines. Chinese are still cranking out copies of it. Wouldn't necessarily be battle proof but at least its cheap. http://www.aliexpress.com/store/product/US-Navy-Seal-CQB-LBV-Modular-Assault-Vest-Coyote-Brown/418115_819571815.html
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