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Richie Boyle

L85A1 manufacturer?

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airsoftworld recommended avoiding G&G due to gearbox issues and told me to get the ICS version

landwarrior recommend against the ICS

 

which way should i go?

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ICS I think or l85 army armament for lot less if on budget

 

think you got those 3 and it isn't any easy choice

G&G does have its problems with blowback

ICS - non blowback but many say is the nutz

Army - cheapo version with blowback - some parts are common but a few are not

 

well that is my noobish bit of input

 

also available: Ares L85A2 - blowback

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L85A1 or A2? The G&G, ICS and Ares ones are models of the A2, the Army Armament or Star one is an L85A1.

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i dont want an A2 or blowback. bog standard AEG to use as a main weapon with a choice of GBB, AEP or springer as back up weapon.

 

the L85A1 is to go with my loadout which is what i was equipped with. i never used the L85A2 (which is just a modified L85A1) so i dont want one

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i may be stuck with blowback but i can always disable it apparently

http://www.landwarriorairsoft.com/airsoft-weapons-c38/electric-rifles-c45/l85-a1-with-blowback-p1502

 

i realise the picture is L85A2 but they have both versions on their website

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ICS make the best L85 AFAIK. I'm pretty sure most people with one have the ICS. If you're set on an A1 variant that's your only choice then I guess.

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