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Post by twizzlerman on 11th August 2011, 8:59 pm

ok im buying a


G.I. Order
combat shirt (multicam) 69.95$
g&g motor (standard) 29.00$
MAG m16 8 pack (mid cap) 56.00$
total 154.95$

B.S.S. list
modular vest 45.00$
triple stack m4 pouch x2 43.90$
hydration carrier 30.00$
total 123.90$

over all price 278.85$


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Re: buying new gear

Post by Howie on 11th August 2011, 9:35 pm

Good Start you got going on man!!
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Post by twizzlerman on 13th August 2011, 7:49 pm

Buying a new gun iv got 210$ to spend
the 2 choices iv chosen are
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which one l get and also put your own suggestions thank you
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Post by Nos on 13th August 2011, 9:20 pm

Get the m4 dont get the cyma and i just dont prefer ak's

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Post by twizzlerman on 18th August 2011, 8:51 am

Ok iv diceded not to get a sniper and I love ak's iv had a cyma and it was awesome never broke but i ended up trading for a guitar but anyway I want to kno what the best brand for a ak 47 is.
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Post by twizzlerman on 21st August 2011, 9:49 pm

ok i need help making up my mind over these guns all are ak's
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all of theme people say are good but idk which one i should get im leading more towards the Romanian (1) but like iv herd people don't like the cyma company, i have owned a cyma before and it was good but it had it faults but echo 1 people say is good and bad so i really don't know what to do, cyma or echo 1 ak's is what im trying to find out

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Post by Che Chuy on 22nd August 2011, 6:22 am

The third one. But that is purely from an aesthetic point of view. I believe that AK's should have wood grips, no rails, and only maybe a folding stock. And I'm not too fond of the foregrip, but it would be marginally better than the second one.

And if you ask, I'd say the same thing about M14's, M1's and others, except perhaps, the Tommy Gun series - and those look best with a Master Key grenade launcher and a digital ammo counter.

Call me old fashioned.

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Post by twizzlerman on 22nd August 2011, 9:06 am

I think that u should never put rails On a ak if u want rails just get a m16/m4, ak's are supposed to be ugly lol and in my mind it isn't ugly at all, anyway I like th folding stock because I manly am rushing so I would like the way i could go from field to cqb vary Easley, but I really dOnt care about the externals all to much, I'm really looking for which one has the best internals.

I like all ak's but ones with rails is a no, ak's are great the way they are.
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Post by plank on 22nd August 2011, 12:07 pm

quit fooling yourself, just get the G&G AK, shim it, and then you are done.
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Post by Lunchbox on 22nd August 2011, 2:32 pm

Che Chuy wrote:And if you ask, I'd say the same thing about M14's, M1's and others, except perhaps, the Tommy Gun series - and those look best with a Master Key grenade launcher and a digital ammo counter.

Call me old fashioned.

I'm assuming no-one else caught your reference to the Pulse Rifle?

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Post by Longbow on 22nd August 2011, 2:49 pm

I have an 050. i love cymas i've had two and i've seen the thrown, drowned, frozen, covered in mud, and used to break a car window. the 050 is a Real deal copy so the externals won't be compatible with other brands. i've heard mages are finiky but the mag brand waffle mids i have work fine. i would venture most of the mag series works fine.

ECHO1 is a cyma rebrand but a very good gun IMO the laminate stock is much more sturdy than the older wood ones

the 74 u is a cool back up but not realy the best for outdoor games unless you run a 400+ tightbore out it and cap it off with a PBS2 silencer.

good to see more AKs and as some know i'd say out of the box there is no better gun than a newer model cyma

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Post by twizzlerman on 22nd August 2011, 3:20 pm

I bow to the longbow thank you and yes ak's are my pride and joy I only used a m4 because I traded my cm035a for a electric guitar it was a sad day but now I'm bringing ak back from the dead and like I said a ak with rails is not my type plus I love strange looking guns lol Ok so waffle mags okay dokay
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Post by Belluck on 23rd August 2011, 11:34 am

I have been looking at the Real Sword Type 56. The reviews are great and it looks like the most realistic AK on the market to date.
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Post by Longbow on 23rd August 2011, 7:50 pm

Yeah the Real sword is but it's a little out of the price range we were discussing.
Also as for the shimming and G&G and calling it done. I opened the shipping box for my old cyma 035 as we were driving to a national event and never modified the gun then i went to another one the month after plus a dozen other skirmishes and it's still kicking for the player i sold it to.

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Post by twizzlerman on 23rd August 2011, 11:59 pm

Cyma ak's are in my mind Is 2nd to vfc and real sword ak's ther built to last just like the real steel, cyma best ak's for novice to pro's on a budget lol
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