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So I bought my first airsoft rifle

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So after a lot of back and forth I decided the best thing to do was to actually visit a retailer and make my

decision. I was adamant I wanted a G&G scar but holding it and having it in my hands it just didn't feel right for me (great gun but just not for me)

After much deliberating I decided to go with the norm

 

G & P M4 MK18 MOD 1

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is that the standard rail for that gun? or did you do it yourself / buy second hand? Loving it anyhow, buy a magpul stock. Btw, not sure if it is the same with G&P but after a day of playing with my G&G my hands hurt so much because of the pistol grips sharp edges, but then again yours was probably twice the price ;)

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is that the standard rail for that gun? or did you do it yourself / buy second hand? Loving it anyhow, buy a magpul stock. Btw, not sure if it is the same with G&P but after a day of playing with my G&G my hands hurt so much because of the pistol grips sharp edges, but then again yours was probably twice the price ;)

Standard rails all came with the gun, grips seem comfy on it

Can wait to test it out on the field!!!!!!!

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Is that definitly a Mk18, rail looks like the 12" RIS II? or maybe its just me. Looks more like a block II m4. Nice all the same

 

Edit: It is a Mk18, think its just the angle making it look longer

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