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Is this a good loadout for a beginnner.


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Hi, I was wondering if this is a good beginners loadout.

Im 15.

KWA M4 (http://www.airsoftwo...-rifle-2gx.html)

KWA Mac 11 (http://www.airsoftwo...irsoft-smg.html)

KWA Glock 19(http://www.airsoftwo...oft-pistol.html)

Lightweight Vest (http://www.actionhob...AZZSF.aspx?nh=0)

G MICH 200 Helmet (http://www.actionhob...10J9P.aspx?nh=1)

Full Face mask

Gloves, Knee and elbow pads, balaclava, scarf, patrol boots and woodland camo BDU.
Some extra mags and batteries.

And a right leg holster and left legh holster to hold mac 11 and glock 19.

Is there anything else i need???

Thanks and please leave your opinion.

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have you played before as imo for a new player id say that alot of that is unneeded (and out of stock in all the links you gave)

first the gun would be fine if it was in stock but check here for a main gun the g&g and the src gen 3 guns are nice starters and are recommended quite often by many people here and cheaper than the kwa and imo the blue is alot nicer than the green
http://www.actionhob...AEG_B22C48.aspx

the side arms: again id wait until you can get a black one as once you can get a black one you will want one so dont waste your money now on a two tone and for the most part it will sit in a holster for most of the day and theres really no need to get 2 side arms! just be making yourself carry more for no reason.

with all the saved money from above buy some good boots (go somewhere that you can try some on as everyones feet are different) and a decent molle rig and with the rig id get a plain colour one e.g. olive drab, tan etc so that you can use it with other camo and the molle will mean you can change/add/remove whatever pouchs you need or not. and also some good eye protection these are the 3 thinsg you dont want to skimp on as they are very important for comfort throughout the day and safety obv.

as for the camo and helmet they are all personaly choice, for the camo just go with what you like the look of. and helmets if you want one then go for it although i found most of the ones worth buying on action hobbies are out of stock which is a shame could try abroad but could get expensive with shipping costs and tax.
and will you really need a balaclava if your useing a full face and helmet and scarf? could get a bit warm there. knee pads can be usefull but again another thing that can hinder movement and elbow pads i wouldnt personaly bother with

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Thanks, you told me everything i need to know :)

I just used those links as they were the only ones I had at hand.

I will check out those guns you have reccomended and thanks for all the help.

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As long as you make your eye protection top priority, you can't ever go too far wrong.

As lemon mentioned there, the other safety related item would be boots, so again, make sure to put money in to those and buy a high quality brand.

Pretty much just echo the previous advice really. If you must have a pistol now then just buy a pistol, and SMG on top will really be overkill. I'm not sure which type of holster will fit a KWA G19 but if you can get a moulded plastic one (SERPA or IMI are good) instead of the standard cordura holster most people start out with you'll save a lot of cash on dropped GBB magazines.

Here's a couple of the best tac gear websites in the UK:

http://www.uktactical.com/
http://www.tactical-kit.co.uk/
http://www.flecktarn.co.uk/

It's all very budget dependant, but I'd strongly advise avoiding web-tex/Viper and mainly go for BULLE or Warrior. Pretty much everything on those sites will be good kit.

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Im taking a trip up to Airsoft world in fife in may so they will propably help me with everything i need :)

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I'm not a fan of the place myself if I'm honest. If they've got some of the bits you want at a good price then yeah fire away, but the biggest mistake made by all new players is probably buying their entire load-out in one place. That's pretty much never a good idea.

The problem with airsoft retailers in the UK is that a lot of them stock decent guns but then carry a god awful selection of low quality gear. This is for a myriad of reasons, but sufficed to say shopping at dedicated gear retailers who don't stock airsoft weapons or accessories will result in you getting a much higher quality loadout 99.5% of the time.

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I'm not a fan of the place myself if I'm honest. If they've got some of the bits you want at a good price then yeah fire away, but the biggest mistake made by all new players is probably buying their entire load-out in one place. That's pretty much never a good idea.

The problem with airsoft retailers in the UK is that a lot of them stock decent guns but then carry a god awful selection of low quality gear. This is for a myriad of reasons, but sufficed to say shopping at dedicated gear retailers who don't stock airsoft weapons or accessories will result in you getting a much higher quality loadout 99.5% of the time.


Thnaks for the advice i was probably just going to buy my gun there but im now thinking about buying an ics and getting it sprayed two-tone at www.wolfarmouries.co.uk

then buying my gear somewhere else.

Is this a better option.

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I was thinking about two toning and buying this,

http://www.wolfarmou...p;id=GE0512TMII
Good idea?

May be a bit too pricy though :(

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Avoid WA. If it breaks, they wont fix it. Even if its still in "warranty"

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I agree, WA are total dick heads, to put it bluntly. Asking lots questions (which you have to do because asking lots of questions in one email only ever results in JUST the first one getting answered) gets them agitated and makes them block your email address/ignore all the emails you ever send, they're also quite rude sometimes, not to mention terribly inconsistent regarding both online and over the phone information.

I had a charging handle break on the gas M16 I used to have that I bought from them so I emailed them to ask if they had any spares. They said they might as their repair guy keeps a lot of things handy. So I rang them to ask and over the phone they said they don't sell them, never had and never will.

So I emailed them again and mentioned the phone call and they very rudely and bluntly told me that they've already told me that they don't have the part. I can't remember their exact wording, but suffice to say I hate them all, a lot.

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Thanks for the heads up.

Are redwolf alright?

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Again if you are starting then you can't go wrong with the G&G combat machine range, which airsoftworld sell and stock. Good solid reliable guns at a good price.

For kit then an army surplus shop is your best bet for basic camo, should be able to pick up a set for around 20. Ebay for load bearing kit, be is army surplus, viper, webtex or something else. component shop for all your battery and charger needs.

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As bigshep says.
g&g raider from airsoft world and itll be great for you

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Thank you G&G raider it is.

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yeah G&G is a good gun, twas my first AEG and although i use gas now, i always take it with me incase i need a back up. mine has taken a bit of a beating
(mainly where i have thrown it half way across the field out of anger)

as pretty much every one else has said, for gear and clothing ebay is going to be your best and cheapest bet. mainly because people who sell on ebay tend to do it at reduced retail price so that they get more people buying. and it works.

good luck and welcome to airsoft :D

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