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Posted 13 January 2012 - 05:47 PM
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Posted 13 January 2012 - 11:51 PM
Looking at around £200-£250 (which can easily change either way but around that sorta mark), i was looking at the g&g cm or the s&w mp15 (but only cos the pop up back sight), but this would be my first gun, so im looking for something aswell that i could possibly get easily replaced parts if it needs it or to upgrade it as needed later on.
Definitely M4 / M16 are the easiest to upgrade / customise. G&G Combat Machine are good for the price and should last well (I've got one as my CQB gun - my G&P M16 is too hot and too long for CQB sites) if you want to buy new. Don't bother with a Two Tone as they will be dearer to customise (e.g. new receiver, handguards, stock depending on what is coloured) or you could sell it on and buy something in black when you've got your site membership but you'll lose on the cost. Definitely better to wait and get something decent to start with.
Posted 14 January 2012 - 02:23 PM
I'd feel fairly safe in saying that a G&P M4 has probably the most options for customisation of any AEG in existence. The old TM model might be the only exception but that's plastic whereas G&P makes amazing looking all-metal weapons, you certainly can't go wrong buying from fire-support and a rifle of that quality for £205 is a bargain and a half.
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