Ok, so i recently went to my first airsoft site, quite liked it there but the rental guns they gave out where the worst thing ive ever held. So i was browsing through some airsoft guns (as ive done for a long while even before i went to the site), and i love the look of the m9 series of guns. And i was wondering about a few things ( im not sure if ill get an m9 any time soon but i would love to know some information about it). I love the look of the "TOKYO MARUI RESIDENT EVIL 7 SAMURAI EDGE ALBERT W MODEL 01", because of that brilliant hexagon suppressor, and the attachment which makes it look flush with the gun. I was wondering if there was any way of getting that suppressor and attachment for something like the G&G GPM92, or something along those lines because the G&G model is probably the best quality and has the underbarrel groves for flashhiders and stuff. I found the silencerCo 45k suppressor line, which i adore, but it uses a 14mm barrel and the GPM92 uses a 12mm barrel (and i dont know how the counter clockwise and clockwise system works with suppressors). I dont know how the 12mm to 14mm adapters would look, are they ugly? Idk i just want this gun to look as flush as the resident evil model. And it would be so cool if i could have that suppressor on something like the KWA M93R with that attachment. That suppressor type just screams amazing, but i dont know what type of barrel extension thing there is for m9 type guns so it can look flush. And the m93r has a compensator on the end, so im wondering if there is any outer barrel changes i can do. And i dont even know if the m93r has a threaded barrel.
Basically, what i need advice on is adapters which make the suppressor flush with the gun (like the one below), and how will i get it too fit on either the G&G GPM92 or the KWA M93R -and how would i get an outer barrel to work with it on the M93R because of the compensator and i dont know if it has a threaded barrel).
Thanks a lot for your time.
Link to the Resident Evil albert review:
G&G GPM92 Showcase:
KWA M93R Review:
SilencerCo 45K suppressor: