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What gun should i get? New to airsoft :)

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hi im pretty bad at knowing which airsoft guns are good, but i want one there is around the prices in the link that is also decent.

 

i guess i could spend a little more if its worth it, but i aint earning that much money at the minute.

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Umarex don't actually make any of those guns, they are chinese clones of other makes which Umarex rebrand with trademarks (H&K etc), although they are supposedly made with better quality control than the standard Jing Gong (or whatever make) versions.

Also they are marked as 350fps+ so they may be too "hot" for your local site, meaning you'd have to get them downgraded.

G&G do various guns (mainly M4 variants) which come highly recommended by many on here, but as I don't have any experience of that make I'd have to leave it to others to recommend a particular gun (which I'm sure they will :) ).

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I take it you like SMG's (Thompson, USP, MP5...) ?

Maybe consider a G36C, JG make a good starter G36. They are often used as hire guns so must be fairly robust and reliable. JG also make a fairly decent MP5.

If you only play outdoors and never need a semi auto option, then the ASG Sten is a very good weapon. As mentioned it has no semi auto option so would not be very good for CQB sites, where semi auto may be a requirement.

If you are after a decent Thompson, then King arms make a good one.

For most AK's Cyma tend to make the best starter guns.

If you are over 18 I would suggest hiring a gun and sorting out UKARA.

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G&G combat machine or a jing gong G36C

 

Both are used as hire guns and both will be very good in outdoors environment, G&G have adjustable crane stock and G36C has fold away stock so can be used in close quarter environments (buildings etc)

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