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Price check: King Arms M1A1 (wood stock version)

 
Bazooka Joe
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Quick question guys, what's a reasonable price for a vgc second hand King Arms M1A1? Any issues I should look out for?

Cheers
Joe

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Topic starter Posted : 09/01/2016 7:49 pm
Bazooka Joe
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No-one got any idea? Does £100 sound fair?

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Topic starter Posted : 10/01/2016 6:22 pm
Ox&Bucks
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If its the a real wood stock one then £100 would be a very good deal.

£100 for a faux wood stock version I would say is a fair price


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Posted : 10/01/2016 6:58 pm
ww2stu
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These for a short period of time could of been picked up for £100 on actionhobbies, but if you missed out the going price is normally higher. £100 sounds ok.

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Posted : 10/01/2016 7:04 pm
Bazooka Joe
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And here it is! Just got to get a battery, some more mags and a sling now.

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Topic starter Posted : 18/01/2016 11:33 am
Granger
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Looking lovely. The real wood definitely looks better.

Regards,

Ralph

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Posted : 18/01/2016 12:48 pm
Bazooka Joe
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Found some mags at a decent price (hi-caps though), now I've got to get the battery.

Am I right in thinking that I'm looking for a large type 8.4 3000ma?

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Topic starter Posted : 22/01/2016 10:23 am
ww2stu
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For the normal WW2 shoot you will only need 1 Highcap. Although you can pick up a box of 5 King Arms mid caps for about £35 quid if your look around. (high caps are normally only to be used in single shot on most games to compensate for the user never having to reload!)

I have used a number of batterys in my thompson my original battery was a gold peak 8.4v 3700 which still works today being over 10 years old! But i have brought a couple of slower ni-mh 7.2V 3300 which are done by a company called vapextech. They slow the ROF down and being a 3300 they will last all weekend without needing to change battery. Search around you can pick the VP batteries up for between £10-15 and come in Large connectors or Deans depending on what you need.

Stu

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Posted : 22/01/2016 9:48 pm
Bazooka Joe
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Cheers Stu, I'll have a look at them.

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Topic starter Posted : 23/01/2016 6:51 pm
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