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Marui MP5 K PDW

Upgraded spring (does around 300fps), RIS handgrip, extended barrel (same length as a regular MP5), prosthetic silencer, flashlight

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Does 280fps - barely used. I got it when the hop unit on the PDW decided to eat itself - cost me the sum of £70 with 3 spare mags and a dropleg.

Maruzen P99

Technically not mine yet - ordered it in a week ago, and was advised it should be ready for me to pickup next week at somepoint.

The plan I've got at the moment is to use the PDW as a mid range sniper / urban gun - it's compact with the folding stock, and once fitted with a tightbore barrel and scope, range should be improved on it's already good range. Keep the P99 as a backup and the A5 a general woodland mix. Although it might get a M100 in it at some point, and then be converted to an A4 for a larger battery capacity
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Just played a skirmish the day after I aquired it. And had it chronoed to 410 fps. I'll add some pictures another day. Needs a bit of paint.
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Probaly a bit to much spraying, a 9.6v battery (which when tested came up as 10.4v) probaly doesn't help much either.

As for slings I use a 3point one I found at my local surplus store, I'm not even sure I am using it properly, but it works fine anyway
Haha, I've got a 3-point on the M82, because it's so damned heavy, but I can only stomach a single point on the assault rifle, because I like being able to detach it from my body without lifting stuff over my head.. Sadly, they don't make single pointers for people of my build

I don't sling my 338, because it'd interfere with the ghillie too much. Can't be having that!

I'm thinking about replacing my pistols with a pair of MP7's (stock), because I don't have a single automatic gun..
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Had an awesome day, although I'm covered in insect bites. The guns weren't amazing but that's to be expected from rental guns. A lot harder than paintball but that's mainly because most people their own kit and had been playing for a while whereas with paintball, when I last went only 1 had his own marker and pretty much everyone had only been a couple of times if at all.

Gonna go grab some cheap DPM for next time as my jeans were really giving me away. Having my glasses might help too as I had a hard time spotting people.
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Those of you who mod, like liratheal, where do you buy your custom parts and upgrade kits and such? Z1 are pretty beginner in this respect, and I don't know of any dedicated airsoft shops in my area.
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Those of you who mod, like liratheal, where do you buy your custom parts and upgrade kits and such? Z1 are pretty beginner in this respect, and I don't know of any dedicated airsoft shops in my area.
I do pretty much everything through Fire-Support.

Frank and Nick, typically the two guys on the phones, are brilliant guys who know their stuff. Even if they don't carry something, if they deal with the manufacturer at all, they'll get it for you on their next order.

If it's a harder to get kit (M82, for example) they're willing to try and get it for you. They do ask for deposits if it's an expensive item that they're going to find hard to sell otherwise, but that's reasonable enough IMO.

By far my favourite airsoft store. Tops service, the guys know their stuff, and fairly cheap on most fronts. I've easily put 2-3k through 'em and their sister store Tactical-Kit, and would recommend 'em both to anyone. IIRC a guy called Ian runs that one, and he's a wonderful guy. Bought all my Hatch stuff through him, and tend to hit them up first for clothing/kit. Also an excellent, friendly, and cheap service.
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Second vote for Fire-support,

I live fairly locally so i usually go in and order as i can have a chat too, they know so much about airsofting and are always happy to help, and carry a huge stock of parts and if they dont have it will order it in just as liratheal said
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Second vote for Fire-support,

I live fairly locally so i usually go in and order as i can have a chat too, they know so much about airsofting and are always happy to help, and carry a huge stock of parts and if they dont have it will order it in just as liratheal said
I'm almost glad I don't live locally to 'em, because I'd end up living in there >.>
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Anyone want to help a noob?

Basically I want something for some target shooting, not really airsoft battles as such. At the moment im using this:



A rare classic 1980's Masudaya Thunderbolt 6mm (rather than the usual 7mm of the time), its good fun and pretty powerful for plinking beer cans etc but it offers no hop up adjustment and generally isn't that accurate. Plus its a classic that I should retire as I would hate to break it.

Anyway, Im after some sort of sniper type rifle for target shooting with a budget of about £100 really. I would love an air rifle (the lead pellet shooting kind) but they are quite a bit more expensive and can't be bought online and delivered AFAIK. I also don't have a UKARA license so its going to need to be "two-toned", big ask I know but any suggestions guys?
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Gonna be tricky for £100, for that little you'll be looking at importing something from Hong Kong.
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Gonna be tricky for £100, for that little you'll be looking at importing something from Hong Kong.
I've looked at Gunners which are really cheap but add £10 to paint it yellow, about £35 for delivery, and then import taxes etc. Any suggestions?
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If you're looking for a target rifle, my friend is looking at getting a Jing Gong BAR-10. Not sure exactly which package, I'll ask him when he comes round later, but he's been reading quite a lot about sniper rifles and apparently that one is really good.

I've just found the UK Tactical website and I can now see myself spending far too much money in a Warrior chest rig

I'm looking at getting a G36K, what's it like fitting those mags into pouches designed for SA80/M4s? I've heard they're a bit bigger so don't really fit.
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The warrior RICAS plate carrier chest rigs are simply superb, both myself and my mate have one and cant fault them at all, If you can get the fully loaded one do it as you will hav plenty of pouches and stuffs to suit your needs, the only thing i will say is if your a stick insect build wise, both me and my mate are fairly thin, they dont fit that well.

The G36 mags do fit but the pouch on the warrior vests will only take 1 mag for a g36 but can take 2 M4 mags.
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I've found that G36 mags really only fit at a push into double mag pouches. For ease I prefer triples on PLCE.
The alternative is to do what I ended up going for and getting a G36 > M4 magwell adaptor.

As for Gunner he is pretty cheap but his service is also pretty shocking. Keith at RSOV.com is much better but charges a lot more in postage.
What you have to remember is if customs catch your item you will be looking to pay a flat handling fee usually of £25 + Tax + VAT. I've found that taking the item price + 25% + £25 is the safest way of budgeting for that.

Actionhobbys and Airsoft Scotland(Airsoft World now) sell two-tones at reasonable prices if you don't have UKARA and their prices often work out little more expensive than importing, as well as that it's easier to return under warranty if it breaks rather than shipping back to HK.
I don't like Two-tones as I feel they cheapen the sport but that's a discussion for another time.

As for parts imports from WGC, Redwolf etc are usually pretty good as they have most stuff. With Z1 don't forget that you can phone them and they will be able to get most stuff for you even if it's not listed.
You've also got Wolf Armouries (expensive and a bit crap in all honesty), JDAirsoft, and a couple of other larger ones who's names elude me.

For camo and gear you cant beat flecktarn.co.uk on choice. Sometimes a bit expensive but they have a few of the more interesting camos.
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These dudes?

EDIT: Ah should really pay attention, says it can hold 2 G36 or SIG 552 mags in one of those in the description. Initially I think I'm going to forego a chest rig and just snap together 2 hi-caps until I can afford one, most games I barely used half a mag.

How often to packages from RSOV and the like get caught up in customs? I hear it can take a while to clear.
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Actionhobbys and Airsoft Scotland(Airsoft World now) sell two-tones at reasonable prices if you don't have UKARA and their prices often work out little more expensive than importing, as well as that it's easier to return under warranty if it breaks rather than shipping back to HK.
I don't like Two-tones as I feel they cheapen the sport but that's a discussion for another time.
Are they quite common these days, I'm not even sure if I have airsofted since VCRB, maybe once last year. Should be going to Gunman sat/sun.
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I noticed quite a few of the younger players had two tone guns, not sure if that's just a parental decision or not.
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I noticed quite a few of the younger players had two tone guns, not sure if that's just a parental decision or not.
Most likely just UKARA related.

I've only seen two two-toners, everyone at my "local" site are going for a "get UKARA then stop renting" method, even though most UKARA complainces are just foregrip and stock.. And even then, it's wank paint, so it quite easily falls off.

Side note: Just finished zeroing my 338 (finally got a convertor for the 11mm rail to 20mm), hitting 50p at 50 feet. Good enough for me!
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