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  • Guns: None, but looking at getting a two tone G&G M4A1.

  • Loadouts: DPM trousers, Black T-Shirt, WAS Compact RICAS OD Knee-pad, OD Gloves and Assault boots.
Both aren't for me, one for my friend and the other for me and the other for me and two of my friends.
First off is this M4, I am under 18 so cannot get a RIF.
I was looking at maybe getting an aimpoint (clone) for mine, as I am going support and then a Grip-pod.
The other two were going for the mid-range option with maybe a red-dot sight/CQB sight.
My other friend was getting a MP5. It is the same make, and also two-tone.
He is getting this because my other friend also has an MP5 and they wanted the possibility of being able to trade mags. I am not sure if this is possible as the other one has a Galaxy MP5 PDW.

If anyone has any bad experiences with either of these guns could they say so, and also any good experiences. Thank you.

Oops, sorry, I think I might have put this in the wrong section, I am new to this forum. :huh:

The question still stands though, unless it needs to be moved.



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  • Guns: 3 x G & G M4 (inc 1 Blowback)
    TM MP5A3
    2 xCyma Glock
    M203 stand alone GL
    M700 Sniper

  • Loadouts: Any old Shite I have lying around but mainly a set of M65 and a Vest.
I recently bought a secondhand clear version of the M4 blowback and am very impressed with it so far, the clear version isn't as "in your Face" as other 2 tones.
It seems to be very robust (I trialled a real M7 Bayonet on it with no wobbles etc) and made to a good standard.
I have also purchased several accessories sourced from other makers including a shorter front end and they fit no problem so I don't think you will be dissapointed with it for a starter. B)

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