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G&G or G&P

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I would like your experienced opinions.

G&G TR4 CQB-S with mos or G&P Enforcer?? About 50quid difference. Both metal bodies. Both suitable for my needs.Im confussed......

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G&P has the better externals usually, G&G typically has better gearbox, although all this really depends on which models you are comparing.

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Has anyone had experience with the G&P enforcer? There are not many reviews out there for it.

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G & G are very well thought of but there have been a few threads on here regarding G & G gen 3 Mosfet problems, advice seems to be to get the non mosfet gen 2.

 

If it was me it would be the G&P on account of the better externals & markings.

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Personally, I would say get the G&G, even if the mosfet burns out just claim under warranty. It will also perform better stock

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It will also perform better stock

 

You're basing this on your extensive experience with G&P I take it? ;)

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You're basing this on your extensive experience with G&P I take it? ;)

well someone local to me told me, and it floats around along the forums. nearly everyone says it

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I'd go g&p every time. It's easier to get a G&p to perform as well as a g&g than change all the externals to get a g&g to not feel like a toy.

And it's not like a G&p doesn't shoot well ootb either

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agreed, G&P

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The problem with questions of this type is that few people have both rifles so you wont get a fair comparison.

If players have G&G, like me, you will get an opinion of the G&G, which in my experience is good.

 

However, I have no experience of the Enforcer, so cant reliably comment.

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They're both very common makes of m4s though so a lot of people have experience of both.

For instance I've owned g&ps but most of my friends have had g&gs at some point or other, I'd imagine the same with a lot of other rplayers as they're probably the two most common guns in airsoft, in the UK at least.

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Based on my experience with G&G rifles so far I would say try the G&P. I have had some pretty poor performance out of my G&G's so far, both have required replacement parts to work correctly.

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It is very difficult to say and like Baz JJ said about people owning one or other

 

until you have owned or used for a while - not just fired a few shots from both it will be difficult

to say plus other factors like getting the odd lemon here n there whilst everybody else's is perfect

 

As far as I know G&P don't do such an extensive range off the shelf and certainly not at the low end

like G&G do for their CM budget range - so unless people have owned or are really comparing say

Top Tech or the middle G&G range of guns against G&P it is a tad unfair to say this or that is better

 

I mean £100 G&G is not or should not be built to same spec as their £250+ line of guns

yes I know it is obvious but think that should be remembered as G&P are step up from say cheapo

Raider/Carbine - like a lower end 1.1L car to the 1.4GTX version of same car ffs

 

G&P from I have seen have some nice looking stuff on them, attention to detail like that would to me

and what the fvck do I know, but I would like to think:

that much detail also goes inside to make a higher quality gun than my cheapo G&G

 

Better had or I'd want my money back - I would be considering G&P a bit more if I already had G&G

Yeah could look at Top Tech G&G but I would probably like to try another good make to compare etc...

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G&P make an enormous range of guns. Well...when I say "guns" I mean M4s. All very slightly different. But only slightly.

 

I would rather like their masterkey though.

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If you can afford a gun with better externals,always go for better externals. Internals can always be tuned or upgraded,but good luck upgrading your body/externals without making your bank manager angry.

 

I'd go for G&P. Much nicer bodies,stronger and feel better. Internals are standard fare,Spur gears are known to break at the axle but it's a hit and miss thing. Hop up units are certainly not the best but serviceable,often need bedding in. Otherwise it'll shoot just as well as most stock AEGs.

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