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Posted 18 May 2017 - 08:36 PM
However I've watched a couple YouTube reviews and they have built better m4's in the same price range.
I'm no tech so if I were to do anything I would buy a base model and build it up.
So I guess the question is ...
Premium vs. Custom ?
As always thank you for your time
All advice, suggestions/ comments are appreciated.
Posted 19 May 2017 - 01:44 PM
Custom. "Premium" aegs are not so premium when you open them up and look at what is actually in them.
Posted 19 May 2017 - 01:51 PM
Nomad's right. "Premium" AEGs are just another word for overpriced more often than not. I reccomend getting a decent gun that you can upgrade later, and upgrade it to fit your playstyle. You may need some help from a Tech to do some upgrades, I do NOT recommend doing internal upgrades until you know what you're doing. Get a tech to help you out, a lot of them are great guys and will be willing to give you a helping hand. A Krytac can be upgraded, don't get me wrong, but you'll end up unnecessarily spending a LOT of money.
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Posted 19 May 2017 - 02:51 PM
I've had good experience with Cyma aks and they make all their gun full metal for a very good price.
I was also looking at classic army because they have what appears to be awesome internals and I was thinking about getting a KM10 but it's made of "nylon fiber" and I'm not sure how durable that is.
Thanks for the input
Posted 19 May 2017 - 11:30 PM
CYMA AKs all the way, I had a $70 plastic CM028 reaching out accurately to 220' stock on .28s.
The new G&G ETU AKs look very promising as well, and have more of contractor style to them. If I already had a CYMA AK, I'd try out the G&G one next.
Posted 20 May 2017 - 05:55 AM
It's been through multiple rainy games and it's outlasted my cousins
FN Herstal Scar L
But after every rainy game I would open it up and make sure everything was dry and every time there was little to no condensation.
Love CYMA AKs but I'm looking for something more modular like a M4 but different from everyone else.
I did find the GHK G5 M4 I really like it. It run about $289 on evike and $295 on airsoft gi but I can use coupons on gi.
Is GHK a good company?
Thanks for all the advice guys
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