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barry_mcnamara

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Hi all,

I am still quite new to the UK airsoft scene but have some experience from back in Belgium.

I am looking to buy my first weapon pretty soon (once I receive the UKARA thingie) and I am in 2 minds about the following rifles:

option 1: AGM M4 A1 Carbine (Full metal)
option 2: AGM M4 A1 carbine gas GBB airsoft rifle (Full metal)

The full metal was a must for me as I will be using it in woodlands skirms. I like the sound and recoil (from video reviews) of the GBB one I have to admit but I am still in 2 minds.

Can you guys give me some advice and experiences to help me with my choice?

Thanks

Barry
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(once I receive the UKARA thingie)


:lol: dont think you mean the right thing there :)

personally i would say AEG, gas rifles tend you slow your gameplay down a lot, as there low caps so semi auto is a must, the magazines are very expensive! and so are the parts if its breaks!

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:lol: dont think you mean the right thing there :)

personally i would say AEG, gas rifles tend you slow your gameplay down a lot, as there low caps so semi auto is a must, the magazines are very expensive! and so are the parts if its breaks!


thanks for the advice already :)
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