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Old 10-23-2008, 10:52 PM   #1
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Airsfoft Guns (Help!)

After I get settled into my job, and get my truck straighend out - I'm plannin' on upgrading my airsoft stock. I've never really been that much interested in it, because I mainly have an arseal of plastic, pump guns. (In reference to rifles.) The only metal one I have is a battery powered AK-47 (CMYA or something to that effect).

I'm thinkin' about purchasing two of the Armalite M-15 variants, specifically the M15A4 Carbine (w/ telescopic stock) and a regular M15A4. Both of these would be from here:

http://www.armaliteairsoft.com Listed under "Armalite M15".

Anyone have any experience with these? Yay? Nay? I'm really hoping to get some full-metal ones. I hate the cheapy plastic ones.
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my 11 yr old has this one. Totally rules all the other kids.

410FPS with .20 bbs
http://www.airsoftmegastore.com/JG_V...jg-g36c-v3.htm

He just ordered an 2500 round autofeeder.



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I used to play paintball when I was younger, almost got into Airsoft too...

The short story - I was asked to play a bad guy in some type of training exercise for some alphabet soup agency and loved every minute of it. We were using Simunition - damn close to the real thing - and yea - these things hurt like hell (you are a little bit more motivated to employ better tactics). I was never able to get into Airsoft or even back into paintball after that. Something about having the noise, the recoil, the smell of gunpowder - it gets you charged up. That and having highly trained people on the other end not messing around! I would do it again in a heart beat.

wow - I think I just had a flashback...
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Here's what it is I used it 3 time's and will sell with battery's Quick charger and so on the suppressor keep's coming off though
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