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Are the more expensive G&Gs worth it? by that im talking GC16 wild hog etc the ones £250-300 or at that price is it more advisable to go for a different brand or even just go for a more expensive gun. I know the combat machines are good starter guns on the lower end but do their more expensive guns match up to the competition?

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Unfortunately there is no definitive answer, some guns are better then others, early releases of certain models had issues ..... g&g mosfets did get a bad reputation (but they may be fixed now)

 

best advice i can give is, look at as many reviews as you can, have a chat with people who have the gun, and don't let your heart rule your head.

 

in that price range check out/test other manufacturers offerings B)

 

 

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G&G guns with ETU's have had issues

they were slow to address this and on the higher end guns many were not happy

To highlight the ETU issue why did G&G NOT use ETU in their PDW15 ???

They have an ETU2 in progress but I would not highly recommend a ETU G&G

 

 

My advice - stick with a basic G&G starter & if you want higher end go Krytac eventually

Due to the number of issues with the ETU being picky with batteries - usually need a mild 11.1v

Then others have blown one or two units just crapping out they are too risky to recommend

Some people have had no problems - but it has been a real lottery

if you are chucking £200+ into a gun you expect it to work as it should hassle free for a while

Do a search yourself and then see if you fancy taking a chance so much....

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ive got a good month before i get my ukara so i will keep looking around and investigating a good choice :D 

 

I am not set on an m4, im looking at good AKs as well but im not sold on the ebb versions. The Tokyo Maruai AK47 is £222 on redwolf but i am assuming this is a very old gun and not up to par with new ones?

 
 

 

This looks very tempting http://www.redwolfairsoft.com/redwolf/airsoft/AEG_AEP_LCT_LCT_G3A3_LC_3_AEG_OD.htm 

 

also seems very new so not many reviews. How hard is it to change a spring in your average AEG? Redwolf seem to have most of their guns running circa 400 fps which is no good then they charge $70 to downgrade to a usable fps. Is it worth trying or just sticking to lower fps guns/not using redwolf 

 

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