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Classic Army M15a4 proline OR KWA CQR MOD1

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Both are guna be decent guns mate, The KWA is cheaper though, comes with 3 mags and is firing 340 and has a good hop and internals.

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Ehhh...

 

Both aren't exactly the best around. They were good...3 or 4 years ago. It's a hard choice for me since KWA are a bit wanky gearbox wise,but so is CA. Both have 'meh' hop up units.

 

G&G is usually my pick for a solid rifle for your sort of price range,combat machines mainly.Hop up units on their guns are generally great,I often recommend and use their green rubbers as upgrades. Gearboxes have a few iffy things like copper bushings and the piston heads can be hit or miss,but overall solid and reliable. If you want metal,check out the G&G GC series,though I stress that the regular combat machines have very strong Glassfiber-Nylon bodies that are lighter and even stronger than most of the pot metal used in cheap guns.

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G&G Toptech,ASG/Lonex LMT rifles,G&P,VFC and Marui recoil shock are better options for pricier guns.

Judging by the options he's given I don't think he's after a pricier rifle.

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Judging by the options he's given I don't think he's after a pricier rifle.

 

Fair enough. I assumed too much due to the rifle names.

 

Also,why does the CA page has a 'damage' rating? Joule output or just attracting the xbahcks/vidya game crowd?

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I don't have a restricted price range but as it will be my first "competitive" airsoft gun to get me into the sport, I didnt think laying out £300+ would be a good idea.

A lot of people have said that the G&G combat machine series are good starter guns, however I cant seem to find any in stock that is a colour i want (Only desert tan in stock).

 

Its hard because I have never seen the difference of performance in person between guns, making it hard to contemplate the differences in price.

If i did buy one of the mention guns, would I be completely outclassed by everyone?

I would rather buy a gun that is competitive at a slightly higher price bracket, then buying a cheaper gun i will want to replace instantly.

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To be honest either of these guns would be just fine and you wouldn't be at any real disadvantage. Of the two I'd go for the KWA.

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I don't have a restricted price range but as it will be my first "competitive" airsoft gun to get me into the sport, I didnt think laying out £300+ would be a good idea.

A lot of people have said that the G&G combat machine series are good starter guns, however I cant seem to find any in stock that is a colour i want (Only desert tan in stock).

 

Its hard because I have never seen the difference of performance in person between guns, making it hard to contemplate the differences in price.

If i did buy one of the mention guns, would I be completely outclassed by everyone?

I would rather buy a gun that is competitive at a slightly higher price bracket, then buying a cheaper gun i will want to replace instantly.

you wont be outclassed with anything mentioned in this thread.

 

PAS seems to have plenty of black G&Gs in stock:

http://www.proairsoftsupplies.co.uk/acatalog/m4_and_m14_variants.html

 

or you could see if you find a G&P !

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