Heres my AK-47S.
Heres my AK-47S.
Oh, very nice. What brand?
Looks like a TM, but I could be wrong.
Cyma, judging by the warning sticker. My friends had the same one.
that wood is like, god
TM has the same warning sticker.Timebomb757 posted:
I can't tell what brand it is. It's either a CYMA or TM judging by the sticker, but the wood looks better than the CM.028 or the TM AK.
So it's either a wood kit, one of the newer CYMA AK's, or I could be totally wrong and it's a Real Sword Type 56.
Yes it is type 56-1 Real sword.
Well then, kinda the opposite end of the spectrum from a CYMA :P
Very nice, a guy I know has the full stock one, weighs a TON, made of steel and real wood, absolutly beautiful gun, I take it the 56-1 version is the same :)
Only thing that bothers me about the 56-1 is the lack of a bayonet, that thing can lead to alot of EPIC lolz mouments.
That wouldn't happen to be from Big-5 would it? I played with a kid that owned that. The tip looks the same, they make it so if you remove it, it ruins the sights.Nighthawk7 posted:
So you just put it back on.
Shortly after giving it a dose of spraypaint.
I decided to convert my CA SCAR over to a shorter barrel. So I jacked a shorter inner barrel from my CYMA CM.035 and attached my JP Rifle flash hider and this is what I got. I also took these pictures with my new Nikon D40 Camera.
Wow, that's one of the few guns that actually looks good with that launcher. Very sexy. Like the VN mags too, almost makes it look like my beloved SCAR-H
::Shakes fist:: WHY WON'T YOU RELEASE THE SCAR-H CA?!? WHYYYYY???
I've actually fooled quite a few people into believing it's a SCAR-H with those mags.
The grenade launcher does look good on here, but the whole gun becomes a beast to hold. Weighs around 10 pounds unloaded, probably would weigh 11-12 pounds with ammo, grenade, and a battery in there. And there's really only 2 ways of holding it, and neither are comfortable. You can grab the launcher grip, which is too thin to really grip comfortably, or you can kind of hold it below the tube and trigger guard of the launcher.
I present to you all
Yes, it works
How well?IlikeHL2 posted:
Did you do anything different to it other than take the body casing off?
Edit: Nevermind, I see what you did there.
Trying to body mod it to look like a piece of shit and I extended the battery to be like 3 feet off the gun so I can put it in my pocket and stuff. I also had to fix a ton of the wiring so I just kept all the casing off (The trigger on it was shit anyways)Newbienice99 posted:
And it was a shit gun (Only 200 FPS)
but the gearbox has lasted well for plastic
I did that with one of my broken guns. I sawed off most of the barrel ( I found out that was it's problem) and turned it into an SMG. The battery just wires from it to my pocket.
There is no better way to say it.
Doesn't look like it can feed mags...
Guess you have to feed it one at a time.
Rubber Band + Left hand my friendc0llide posted:
This thing is SO much more awesome than that RS AK of yours:
The AK-K (Awesome Kannon-Kurz)
In its standard Varient:
-Tactical Screwed in/crooked RIS forgrip
-Tactical Sling mount/chunk of gearbox
-Tactical exposed wires
-Tactical "No" style selector switch
-Tactical G&P scilencer
-Tactical 1 inch barrel.
The 'spolsion varient
Yes I can fire both with my finger.
The 1337 snipar varient:
That's a Mossberg x2.5 shotgun scope by the way.
This is what I do on rainy days :D
It's a chopped CYMA AK, and it actually shoots pretty well. I also have an abundance of yellow electircal tape.
Nice. It's always fun just to toss random crap on a gun and see what you get.
Haha, that's actually kinda cool. Looks like a gun you would find in the ghetto.
looks really bad ass.
I like it because there's no 2 the same.
It's like a Scorpion that fires rifle rounds.
Good luck trying to make a kill with that in a game.
Bet you a new gun that I could, it's not difficult. ;)xXEnder007Xx posted:
I wouldn't doubt it. I got knifed in a game before, so it can be done.
I have bad paranoia. You'd have no chance with me.
I get lazy and zone out when it's taking too damn long for the other team to attack.
I went to sleep the week before last.
Didn't get shot or knifed though. I had a nice position.
Tag kills are fun. They are fairly easy in thick wood or CQB. Once i found a load of the otherteam hiding behind a wall shooting our guys, after following a stream up (which wasn't defended ) so I came up and got next to the wall, then started tag killing them one by one without the rest noticing untill one of the guys shouted TAG KILL. The bastard. At which point I got bang killed two guys, and some guy who was behind a tree hosed me with some stupid ROF gun, had to shake the BBs out of my vest.
Still 4 tag kills in one round.
Did some modding to a somewhat broken G36 hicap. I found an old CD case and decided to use it as a drum for the the hicap mag. So after 2 hours of using a dremel, files, tape, cardboard, and some paint I now have a drum mag for my G36K.
Is the proper name for this a MG36KE?
Doesn't hold as much ammo as you think it would, due to the lower half of the hicap being the winder. Putting a hole there wouldn't let the bbs in so I had to put the hole higher up. Unfortunately you don't get as high of a mag capacity, but I'm sure this will hold more than enough.
Sure looks good though, great idea, very clever. I might give this a bash myself.
No, it's just a G36K.xXEnder007Xx posted:
The MG36 has internal modification to make it more successful at firing in huge suppressive bursts. It's just a G36K with a C-Mag. Which in my eyes is very cool.
I didn't think an airsoft MG36 with internal modifications had been made.
You could just get a G36, stick a drum mag on it and call it an MG36, they look exactly the same i think.
True, but by realistic terms there's no such thing as an MG36K.
Although G36 frontends are interchangeable.
There's never been a marketed MG36K anyway.
yeah but is it an airsoft MG? No, unless the internals are solid as a rock and you have a high ROF with a large ammo supply.SeamanStaine posted: