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evening all, there seems to be dozens of different makes out there these days, when i bought my first aeg the only available make was tokyo marui. so are there any makes to avoid? are any regarded as the best?

 

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Tokyo Marui for me make the best pistols.

 

I would argue that they make the best AEGs too; although ICS, G&P and G&G make some damn good AEGs too.

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Tokyo Marui for me make the best pistols.

 

I would argue that they make the best AEGs too; although ICS, G&P and G&G make some damn good AEGs too.

Best all round aegs TM, Real sword and Krytac.

Ics very good internals but externals are a bit marmite.

G&P good externals but internals are average at best.

G&G are ok, good value for money but not a single thing that makes them stand out.

 

In my opinion anyway but everybody sees things differently.

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The price of G&G makes them stand out!!!

 

I can't quite believe how Classic Army have fell away...their M249 and AUG were excellent.

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Fair enough, I was under the impression that the CMs were pretty damn good all round.

 

Not owned one, so only going on reviews.

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CM's are good value for money

 

The £150-ish range, well newer revamped CM range goes up p to £200 which is getting on a bit for a polymer AEG

 

But these new G&G's often come with fet - some are switchable 3round burst.

 

Think when you start paying near £300 for a G&G (metal)

Then there are others to consider

As for their blowback boxes -hmmm....

 

A G&G starter M4 is a good gun to start or test the water with

There are others but they offer good value for money CM wise plus a good range of different styles/barrel lengths/ris options

 

Slightly bias maybe, well yeah very biased I suppose

ICS close second though, ICS M4's seem to have a little better stock motor than lame G&G one

G36 or AK's = JG / Cyma

 

My own findings btw

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Is why I said M4's

Don't think say £120 to £180 you could do much better M4

 

Cyma and JG though dominate on v3 stuff

But G&G have gone nutz on lots of M4's to tempt ya with wherever floats ya boat

All same stuff really but spoilt for choice if buying a boring M4 CM "everybody has one" G&G

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So where do the Systema range of Professional Training Weapons (PTW) fit in? For example their MP5 variant PTW TW5 A4 M90 is about £900. Are they just the most realistic airsoft guns on the market but not necessarily the best?

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So where do the Systema range of Professional Training Weapons (PTW) fit in? For example their MP5 variant PTW TW5 A4 M90 is about £900. Are they just the most realistic airsoft guns on the market but not necessarily the best?

They are very well made and definitely the most realistic. But for £900 you can build an aeg or gas gun that performs better.

Its more suited to serious milsimers.

Or more commonly pretentious pratts.

They are very nice though.

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The relationship is convoluted and rather hazy at best, but essentially ARES is what came out of STAR, same line of guns at the time they diverged.

 

If you've got a good, reliable STAR gun put it on display over the mantle because you have something truly unique.

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