Aim SVD gbb

Discussion in 'Sniper Rifles' started by Falccon86, Jul 31, 2012.

  1. Falccon86

    Falccon86 New Member

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    Hello dont know much of this gun but i would get it with a upgraded gas chamber recoil setup 2 stage hop and upgraded barrel for about 250-80...is this a good gun? worth the buck?
    Thakyou
     
  2. TheFallenHero

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    I would say its probably crap stock. As most Spring snipers in that are are just becoming ok... And as far as gas blow back... Personally i wouldnt do it. To much noise for my taste.

    If your not converting to HPA then its probably not worth it.
     

  3. Adman234

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    I was looking into one. If you find any good video reviews on it, please post them here. There isnt much info out there.

    EDIT: EVike just made a review! Too bad it has no information of any value whatsoever......
     
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  4. SSGSPEEDMAN

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    Ra tech did a compare the WE vs Aim svd and AIM tore the WE a new hole. gas powered wise
     
  5. EDI1st

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    If you think the AIM is a joke...you are wrong......lots of recoil.....high fps......and fairly consistent fps.
    There's one issue however....there's a small plastic piece in the gun that breaks easy. X_X
     
  6. SSGSPEEDMAN

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    What piece breaks? I like the AIM SVD
     
  7. Adman234

    Adman234 Active Member

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    The consistency looks terrible, would HPA fix that or is that a seal issue?

    And what is this plastic piece?
     
  8. Njnewland

    Njnewland New Member Lifetime Supporter

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    And what part would that be?

    Edit: mega sniped
     
  9. EDI1st

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    Weird, I shot one back in Taiwan just before it's released and the consistency was pretty darn good for a gas rifle.

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  10. Adman234

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    In many videos I have seen, the chrono was +/- 100.

    perhaps you had a different version? And Thanks for the heads up.
     
  11. EDI1st

    EDI1st New Member

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    No clue, Gas version.
    Shot them at two separate very reputable stores in Taiwan.
     
  12. Falccon86

    Falccon86 New Member

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    So you guys would very much so recomen this gun, i want a gas svd and this seems to be the best choice.
     
  13. EDI1st

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    I would, but I'd really get the WE Steel + Wood one.
     
  14. Adman234

    Adman234 Active Member

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    What about the real sword? Too expensive?

    Does the ace v d seem to be better than the aim?
     
  15. EDI1st

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    RS? It's not even out yet, we don't even know if they have a prototype.

    WE is much more realistic, the bolt travels all the way back.
    Steel + Wood construction, can't beat that.

    I think I posted pics of it a while back somewhere on here.
     
  16. Kmkraft12

    Kmkraft12 New Member

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    I think he is talking about the AEG version.
     
  17. Adman234

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    No, I was talking about the GBB. I hadn't heard anything much, so I wasn't sure.

    One of these days, there will be a GBBR with good consistency, cheap mags, steel upgrade parts, and cool looks.

    Until that day I will stick to AEGs.
     
  18. EDI1st

    EDI1st New Member

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    WE is releasing one with steel internals.
     
  19. slipknot2302

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    Well I guess one advantage of global warming is higher fps gas guns. Lol
     
  20. Phillies2406

    Phillies2406 New Member

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    Yeah but the gas doesn't really help the whole global warming problem lol.