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Forcecore by E&L, any good?

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I've frequently seen the Forcecore AKs popping up on gunfire.pl and they look pretty damn good. What are they like as a whole, those who've owned them?

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Received mine yesterday. Feels solid will do a bit of a review once I have chance to Skirmish with it next week.

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Received mine yesterday. Feels solid will do a bit of a review once I have chance to Skirmish with it next week.

Cool. Make sure you link me to the review when it's up!

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I've heard that they've got the exact same externals as E&L AKs and their gen 1 gearbox, bit the only difference is that they have a regular motor in it

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Pretty much yeah. I'll eventually swap the motor and change a few parts in the gear box anyway.

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Really tempted to get one of these so I'm curious to see how they are as well

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If you follow the e&l appreciation page on Facebook. Dane the admin on the page will be doing a side by side comparison of his meister arms (exactly the same as Forcecore) with his E&l gen 2. Think he said he's doing the review next week sometime.

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Motor is the only difference with the Gen 1 E&L. Gen 2 E&L are tempting me to flog my LCT

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Yeah, the E&L Owners and Appreciation group on fb is the place to go for this info. But the way I see it is this: to get top performance from any AEG takes a good bit of tweaking and a few upgrades, so there really isn't any reason to buy the more expensive E&L if you are the sort of person who will do what's necessary, because you'll be replacing the inner barrel, hop rubber, air seal nozzle, shims, motor, wiring & connectors and very possibly the piston head & piston anyway...

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