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About M_P

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  • Guns
    2x TM M&P9s, WE M&P9
    TM HK417, rsM4, Scar, VSR, Famas, WE m4 x2, G36, M14
    ICS mp5 x2
  • Loadouts
    A-Tacs FG, MTP, OD, DPM, M81
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    Combat South Woodland, South Coast CQB, The Mall, Ironsight, The Bunker
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    Male
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    Southampton

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  1. M_P

    APS pistols.

    Pretty sure stark arms are or were OEM'd be VFC
  2. M_P

    Best reusable grenade

    Another TRMR vote, so good I bought a second (which was handy as I lost the first) Don't get a black one, make sure it's one of the brightly coloured ones
  3. M_P

    Dual pistols for CQB

    TM M&Ps
  4. M_P

    AEG with Recoil

    Haven't the ERGs always had that when using their own mags with the extended followers?
  5. M_P

    New hpa gun in the pipeline

    It's not a replica it's just 'inspired' by an AR-15 but it's close enough for most to not realise
  6. M_P

    New hpa gun in the pipeline

    It'd surprise me, basic market research would tell them not to do so
  7. M_P

    Quality airsoft pistol

    Exactly, a cybergun one will have Glock markings not KWC ones
  8. M_P

    Need Help to choose a gun

    The sopmod is the RIS model, the socom is the A1 plastic handguard version Either are as good as each other, just make sure you get the lipo mod (battery wires soldered to the quick detach point in the stock) done if you get the sopmod
  9. I don't think so personally, most people rent at first to see if they like airsoft or not before buying stuff and lots of sites run a rent/buy scheme until a player gets their membership. If someone is really interested in playing they'll just follow the membership rules, if they're not willing to do that I don't think they'd end up being a serious player anyway. I think the number of people turned away by it would be minuscule
  10. M_P

    NBB gas pistols

    Becuase they're boring to shoot in comparison, airsoft is 95% look and feel so most people go for something that recoils. There are so many gbbs that will still shoot great, be efficient and reliable that there's not a huge NBB market. They have a place but for most people the appeal isn't as strong
  11. M_P

    What do you consider 2nd hand

    To me if it's not bought new from a retailer its second hand. Not everyone is as honest as you'd like and I'd imagine a lot of sales adverts that say 'used just a few times' are stretching the truth at best
  12. Fire support are generally cheapest for TM recoils
  13. M_P

    AEG or GBB

    To be fair that's more due to the VFC gbb stuff being awful than anything The TM stuff is really great but there are a lot of good options from other brands too and for a new player a TM is a big investment I'd still heavily advise against it but if you're dead set on a gas gun avoid the Umarex/VFC stuff, it will break and will break quickly. For your first one I'd look at a WE offering, the Scar H and G39 are very good. If you have the budget the TM MWS is the one to go for but they're not cheap. Just bear in mind you'll be looking at a good £250-300 on top of the gun itself, if not more by the time you add mags, accessories and stuff
  14. M_P

    AEG or GBB

    If you're new to airsoft definitely go electric, I'd never recommend a gas gun for new players as they require more maintenance and looking after. The performance does drop in the cold, some gasses are better than others as you'd expect and some guns are more or less resistant that others. Always start out electric, it gives you a decent chance when new against other people, with a gas gun 90% of the time you're at a disadvantage. You may end up wanting to swap later on, personally I love a nice gas powered gun but start out elsewhere
  15. M_P

    Weapon 762 vs spirtitus

    To be fair irrespective of cost and which market a product is designed for, if someone's stolen your design and reproducing it then you have every right to be upset about it. I'm not sure how patenting works when it comes to stuff such as tactical gear, I'd assume you can't protect every single design rather than specific features or similar. I'm sure CKinnerley will be along shortly to correct that haha The pricing is what it is, we have enough threads on the subject, but generally you get the quality you pay for. As lozart said, it's not for everyone but those who can afford and would be interested likely won't have an issue with the pricing, they're aware of where the money goes Using the phrase 'stolen valor' seems a tad silly as it's improperly used and you'd think someone in that market would know better but hey
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