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I am thinking of getting this shotgun
Is it worth it?

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if its the Double eagle version then yeah there good fun for 20

http://www.airsoftwo...2-two-tone.html

However it depends what your using it for?

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It's not double eagle its different I'm new and don't know a lot to be honest

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what will be the use of the weapon?

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Primarily combat in the forest outside my dads (private land ) against some mates not proper events
And Back garden shooting

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it will be ok for that sort of thing but bot really for a propper skirmish. ;)
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it will be ok for that sort of thing but bot really for a propper skirmish. ;)


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Thanks for the reply
If I was to do a proper skirmish what would you reccomend ?
Preferably 40-75 pounds

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nothing in that price range will suffice really.
you are looking at a BARE MINIMUM of 110

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Thanks for the reply
If I was to do a proper skirmish what would you reccomend ?
Preferably 40-75 pounds

I would try and save up for a gun thats about 100 - 120 otherwise it won't last very long and you will end up going over your bugdet in repairs and stuff.
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Ah ok thanks

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What about these?:

SRC M4 A1 Carbinewhat about these:

MP5 A4
JG are very good make for first time buys and are still good for veterans as well. :D

Hope this helps i will look for some more!
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Thanks for the help waiting for the restock now ordered the shotgun as well

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nothing in that price range will suffice really.
you are looking at a BARE MINIMUM of 110


Even then don't expect it to last too long. All of my guns have cost be around the 200 mark or alot higher as all of hem are now upgraded..

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If you take care of them they do go the distance

Both of my guns or JG and under 150 brand new and there still kicking it after about a year

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if you look after them thay do last as said above. my first gun lasted for 3 years until my freind fell over...
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Ah ok thanks is there any items I need other than A cleaning kit?

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You dont need a cleaning kit

The gun will come with a cleaning/unjamming rod that is all you need cleaning kit wise

You only other thing you will need is airsoft brand Silicone Spray to clean your barrel with

That sould be it

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Ah ok thanks




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