Is there an MTAR airsoft gun?
I agree with Kawaii, that rifle is pretty ugly.
it's a ribbed pole with a pistol grip and stock :colbert:
It's alright, I think a tan paint job would would look nicer.
I remember seeing that along time ago, pretty awesome but it's too bad its just a Cyma EBB.
Something about GBB just draws me in.
My first gun was a Classic Army G3 (I love the look of the G3, but that thing was just too enormous and unwieldy, especially considering none of my friends played, so the best i got to play was the occasional front yard skirmish with 2 or 3 guys.)
Anyhow, i got a KSC G19, and loved having the actual kick and the more realistic magazine (I know real-caps are available, but all i had was the 300rd hi-cap).
Then i got the KWA Mac10...with silencer...
I loved it.
Then i decided to get the gun i always had a man-crush on.
The KSC G-18c with full trades.
I love all my gas guns, but parted ways with my G3.
I wouldn't mind picking up the KRISS when it comes out, or maybe some similar SMG in GBB.
They are more fun for shooting your friends!
I'd like gas guns if the mags were more affordable.
What about the AN-94? I wanna see one of those!
I'd like some South African guns: Neostead, BXP, CR-21, and an SS77 would all be awesome. Also a GBB Springfield XD9. Oh and I want TM to hurry up with that M&P.
Hey, where's my frickin OICW? I want it. Airsoft grenade launcher and gun, all in one 20 pound package.
H&K P7, P3000, P2000, HK417
And a full metal PSG-1 from maybe CA or G&G.
Could use me an SKS about now...
A semi-auto gas M1014. Not with that shell ejecting bullshit though, loaded with normal spring shotgun shells, with a gas rig leading to your back.
...something like that
I would kill for a GBB SKS.
Somebody on ASF built a CO2 SKS, I believe. Shot something like 50 rounds a second.
M16 A4 again. Still waiting.
True, are you the one with an M4 with a full stock?
Is it better than a Crane stock? Cause I was wondering which would be better.
Fuck yeah, don't take my word for it because I'm biased as fuck. I love Full stocks, the way they look, they feel when you shoulder and aim with them and the fact I can fit a 9.6v battery into it with relative ease.
I don't have to worry about a wobbly, flimsy, small cranestock with a tiny battery, PEQ box or a handguard battery.
Ok, the only turnoff is it makes an M4 look slightly unbalanced.
Key word being 'look' and I like the look. As for making it -feel- unbalanced, it's total bullshit in my opinion.
Does it feel balanced?
The only reason I'd get a full-stock over a crane/retractable stock on an M4 is for the battery compartment.
I really dislike the look of the full stock on a non full-length rifle, but that's just an opinion.
I've held my friend's Echo 1 SR-16 and it didn't feel all that unbalanced with a full length stock on a carbine length rifle. But he also has a flashlight, vertical grip and laser on the RIS and on the upper receiver rail he has a carrying handle with a red dot mounted on it so that helps balance it out.
So ARES is making the M200 now. I'm certain it wasn't because of MW2.
Goddamn, now I wish MW2 had the Tac-50.
I just generally dislike full stocks for the fact they aren't adaptable to a changing battlefield.
For instance, you are engaged in a firefight outdoors, holding a defensive line of fire from a corner of a building. You push the enemy team into a nearby two story structure, and move in to pursue. Now, seeing how it's turned into a CQB situation, what are you going to do? Take out your pistol? Fine and all, but the ammo and range capacity has now dropped. If you use your rifle, with a full stock, then your best bet would be to place the stock over your shoulder to fire effectively indoors. Not the most practical solution.