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Re: Which weapon?

Postby Steiner » Mon Jan 19, 2009 7:12 pm

That was a 6mm one - not made for a few years now. I wouldn't recommend an 8mm airsoft gun - ammo is prohibitively expensive, and as has been said already, a site should require you to have a lower FPS than for everyone else - thus your range will be doubly knackered by the heavier ammo and lower power.
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Re: Which weapon?

Postby Barcelona Blom » Wed Jan 21, 2009 11:59 am

Get one of these 8)

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Im going to miss those along with my Ally kegs.

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Re: Which weapon?

Postby Wepar von Zlikowski » Wed Jan 28, 2009 12:34 pm

Buy wood stocked cyma m14 and a lot of sandpaper :)
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Postby Von Straffham » Wed Feb 04, 2009 3:47 pm

shellshokt wrote:Oops, that's done it :?
Just ordered an MP40 from gunners & 4 mags from rsov.
Think I'll have to buy a camo smock just to start off with then add all the other bits as funds allow.
Because of my connections with The Tank Mueseum I'll probably go for some sort of Panzer impression. Might get a cabby if PzIII or Tiger 1 roll out!!

I know the Tiger has a rack for the MP40 in the Turret, did the crews carry standard belt kit or did they have an 'over the shoulder MP40 mag carrier/pouch?

Those M1 conversions look pretty good maybe the long haired general will let me get one in the future.
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Re: Which weapon?

Postby Wladek » Tue Jun 15, 2010 7:26 pm

AGM have a very good reputation for reliability, and for the cost I would certainly recommend them. Though I haven't experienced the other one (which I assume is an Electric Blow Back?) and I do not know the conversion rates for currency I would still advocate the AGM.
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Re: Which weapon?

Postby No1_sonuk » Tue Jun 15, 2010 10:35 pm

Rodian wrote:
Wladek wrote:AGM have a very good reputation for reliability, and for the cost I would certainly recommend them. Though I haven't experienced the other one (which I assume is an Electric Blow Back?) and I do not know the conversion rates for currency I would still advocate the AGM.


The AGM is about 142 GBP and the SRC electric blow back is about 275 GBP :wink:

I think I'l go with the AGM and but some mid caps from King Arms.
The local retailer getting the AGM's says he's got 4 of the last of the last of the last AGM MP40's he could get, I've heard AGM is closing down or something because of the clampdowns?

The AGM has select-fire (semi, as well as auto). The SRC is full-auto only (which is realistic).
The AGM uses commonly-available magazines (the same mags as their Sten). Last I heard, like their MP5, the SRC ones only take their own mags.
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Re: Which weapon?

Postby webby » Wed Jun 16, 2010 10:03 am

and no doubt charge a premium for them :(
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Re: Which weapon?

Postby No1_sonuk » Wed Jun 16, 2010 12:59 pm

webby wrote:and no doubt charge a premium for them :(

I wouldn't know. It's easier to get rocking horse manure...
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Re: Which weapon?

Postby webby » Wed Jun 23, 2010 9:46 am

sawdust? ;)
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Re: Which weapon?

Postby Misfits Fan » Wed Aug 04, 2010 1:32 am

ontargetairsoft.com here in america has alot of the SRC MP40 stuff, not sure if they export overseas though, i read somewhere though that midcaps for the SRC MP40 are coming out soon so that imo at least is a really cool thing
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Re: Which weapon?

Postby cjw957 » Wed May 29, 2013 7:44 pm

as he says above the src mags are very very hard to get and folks i know have had problems with them , the agm has been made for ages , harder to get now as asg bought tons of them and rebranded them as Asg

i know www.jdairsoft.net has them in stock.
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