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G&P or G&G? I'm stuck deciding

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I've used a G&G top tech TR4-18 version 3 and thought it was amazing, so I'm looking at buying a new gun but torn between that one

http://www.proairsoftsupplies.co.uk/acatalog/t4_18_416_light_top_tech.html

 

or A G&P gun like

http://www.proairsoftsupplies.co.uk/acatalog/M4-MRP-Combat--S--AEG-G-P-GP_AEG009BK.html

 

which is £100 dearer, if anyone can comment on either or if indeed has used both and can compare them to each other or similar weapons I'd be very gratefull.

 

cheers.

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I have the Gen 3 416 from G&G.

No complaints except there is a bit of butt wobble when its extended. No trades obviously.

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I have the Gen 3 416 from G&G.

No complaints except there is a bit of butt wobble when its extended. No trades obviously.

Yes I noticed that myself, its no real issue though, I'm just wondering if a G&P in the same cost bracket will be a superior weapon build/performance wise.

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The G&G comes pre-upgraded with a tightbore barrel, high torque motor and a mosfet, so you can use 11.1v LiPos out of the box without any issues at all.

The G&P comes with none of those things, but costs more.

G&G is definitely better value for money in my opinion, but performance will probably be about the same in terms of range and rate of fire.

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Thanks Airsoft-Ed, a good pause for thought there. I wouldnt want to start sinking more money into the G&P to bring the internals up to the standard of the G&G.

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I didn't even consider the GP.

 

My dilemma was the VFC that Pro Air now stock.

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I had the G&P MRP CQB so the really short version of the one you posted. Loved it! No wobble at all. it was the most solid gun i have had.

 

 

Never used a top tech.

 

 

I would be tempted by the MRP due to the fantastic quality. Just changed the hop rubber on mine and it was great.

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G&Gs shoot better but feel like toys compared to a g&p.

If you want great externals go G&P, if you want better performance go G&G

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