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Hi Guys,

 

I'm new to Airsoft and I've been looking at the different types of guns out.  I just have a couple of question.

 

  • Is a HP gun the same a HP paintball gun i.e. you need a air tank that be filled up to 3000psi
  • Will the weapon act like a real rifle moving working parts 
  • What is the fps that sites insist on, when I used to play competitions it was below 300fps

 

Thanks in advance 

 

Hawkkw

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Yea, you need an air tank if using HPA

 

Depends on the system

 

Most sites are 350 FPS limit for full auto capable guns. Something semi locked will vary between 400-450

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Welcome,

Yes,

Yes, ish, (there is recoil)

Legal limits are same as all RIFS , 350fps with a .2g BB for a weapon capable of full auto, 450fps with .2 for single shot, 500fps with .2 for a Bolt Action.(just above these actually as it’s measured in joules, but it’s easier to say this)

 

Site limits change per site, check each site website for specific details.

 

@E21A Just beat me.

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Pm sent buddy 

I think i know what I’m talking about , but probably not so won’t broadcast it on the forum as they like to flame round these here parts 😂

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Sounds like you need a Tippmann M4.

 

HPA. It has great recoil (which you can make heavier with mods) It's loud and aggressive sounding. Can be stripped - sort of - like a real weapon. Takes any AEG magazine.

 

Makes you smile every time you pull the trigger..

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