Have you had problems with ICS before? Is that why you hate them so much because I think from my personal experiences they are very reliable, built strong, and shoot great. The new ICS version 4 is the best mp5 out there and so was the the version 3, ect. I don't have anything against other brands, heck I own a tokyo marui gun, I just like better build quality and higher fps stock wich ICS gives for a very reasonable price.
hey guys sorry to be a pain wondering your thoughts on these for first gun as im not sure about getting in to airsoft.
was looking at either:
EG 706 G3 SAS AEG
WellFire R-6 Auto/Semi Electric
WellFire R-8 Auto/Semi Electric
WellFire R-5 Auto/Semi Electric
M9 Both Elephant
Don't know if you guys have seen my other thread, but I have a question:
Does anyone have any experience with the A&K M4-S?
I'm thinking of buying it to replace my TM M16 that I'm selling to a friend.
My problem with the M16 was that it was rather long (I play in a forested area, so trees and brush are a annoyance), and I like the M4 series better.
Only reason I bought it was because I figured that the longer barrel would give me some extra range. I'm still looking over my options for a new AEG, and this one caught my eye. Not very expensive, M4 series, and has some metal on it.
Anyone want to comment that has used or owned one?
At our last game this past Sunday I asked a kid about his A&K S-System. I asked what kind is it? He responded with an "It's an M4" .. lol no no who makes it... A&K. He shoots, it sounded great. From what I saw, I guess I would recommend it.. lol then he asks, "How does your's fire?" ( It's an upgraded CA CQB ) lol, I bet he was like wtf!? koo lol
Thanks for the...story.
But I've decided to get a TM M4 v2.
Is a Well R7 M4 RIS A good beginner rifle or would i be better off with an Echo 1?
I hope you put a pair of safety glasses under that wire mesh mask....
Originally Posted by prebanman
I did a test using shooting goggles you can buy at walmart for about 5 bucks a pair, and a wire mesh mask. My son and I shot a total of 800 rounds at each of the eyeware. And, I will tell you this much, spend a little more money and het some real eye protection instead of the mask. The goggles actually withstood multiple hits fires from a CA SR24 rated at 450fps using .23g BBs fired from a distance of 35' and a CA M15A4CQB fired under the same conditions. We both found out that the wire mask was actually like wearing nothing at all....litteraly. BB fragments were able to pass through the wire on the mask, and fragments actually pierced the news paper we had posted underneath the mask to show if there were any hits.
Save your money.....buy a good pair of goggles....do not use wire face masks.
For those of you starting airsoft, I am going to list a series of AEG, where to buy, and quality. Nothing breaks an airsofters heart than spending a whole lot of hard-earned money, only to have your gun keel over during the first skirmish. So, I am going to share with you what I have learned and what I have researched, and I hope this will help all you people new to airsoft as a sport.
Guns under $200 (budget class....as the saying goes, beware..you get what you pay for, and the guns I have found have good reliability and won't have to make you take out a 2dmortage to pay for them....
UTG AK47 Warhawk series...280FPS....good construction....nice feel....cons...cheap gear boxes, hassel to upgrade. But, for the price, it cannot be beat. Price:$109-$129
Echo1 M16/M4 series....300-350 out of the box...TM quality construction. Upgradeable gear box....price:$135.00 cons...some parts in gear box need to be upgraded to last.
Over $200.00.....high end AEG
Tokyo Mauri...these guns set the standard for construction, feel, realism, and value. These are the guns to get...great FPS 280-310 depending on model....robust construction...very well built. Cons...plasticy, toy feel. Kind of a turn off for some. Cost...$250-$400. Guns to get, M14, socom16, M4, M16, SSG552, and s-system.
Classic Army...metal construction. Realistic feel, and weight. Good FPS, 320-350 out of the box. Great reliabilty. Cost:$300-$450
Guns to get...CA M15A4CQB, M15A4, and SR25. Great guns, good price range.
I am outfitting my airsoft team, and I am footing the bill. My players play tough with the guns I buy, and I expect them to perform reliably without alot of down time for repairs. I use Airsoftgi.com as one of my suppliers, and Precision airsoft as my other. Both stores offer good customer service, decent prices, and good selection. They are also helpful in helping you choose what airsoft gun best fits your needs.
Can I be in your team... Pleeeeeeeease!?!
Sure!!! But, you have to live in Utah, within a 50 radius of Tooele, and sign a liability waiver, and not have a criminal background...cannot, at all drink(alcoholic bevrages)use drugs, and wiling to pass abackground check....you will probably be working with junior airsofters in the 12-14 yr range
Originally Posted by scheer
Your best bet would be to spend a little more money, and I would recommend you buying a echo1 AEG, or a tokyo mauri, or a classic army
Originally Posted by brad 1
Damn all but the first! You don't offer a long distance membership do you?
I'd agree with the previous comments Brad1, better to save for a bit longer and buy something that's ganna last like a TM or CA rather than use a fools economy & buy something cheaper that'll break quick!
I'm completely new to airsoft, and my budget is somewhere in the $100 range for a gun, being possibly increased to about $150, depending on how involved I can actually get with airsoft. However, once I get something, if it wears out, that's it, I'm not going to have a chance to try again. Would the A&K M4 have the tendancy wear out quickly, relative to other guns?
I'm located in Tyler, Texas, and unfortunately, the nearest airsoft group that I know of is 50 miles away, and they aren't terribly serious about it, mostly just spray & pray for 30 minutes, like a paintball game. My personal interest is long term engagements, like 48 hours, or so. More geared towords survival, and tactics, rather than how many mags can you empty before you get hit. Do such groups exist? Unless I can find a better airsoft group though, my concern is that my money would be better spent on better Search and Rescue gear, advanced SAR/ES training and a private pilots liscence. Any thoughts on that?