bullpup or traditional

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by ModernBadCompany, Jul 24, 2012.

  1. ModernBadCompany

    ModernBadCompany New Member

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    They are achward to reload
     
  2. Jelly

    Jelly New Member

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    That depends on the user. I find it easier to load my JG AuG
     

  3. ModernBadCompany

    ModernBadCompany New Member

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    More nateral=easir to learn = x-(
     
  4. armsofglory

    armsofglory New Member

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    I vote MP5..because they are light and like m4.
     
  5. ModernBadCompany

    ModernBadCompany New Member

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    Mp5 has a pesky mag clampXD
     
  6. Revy110

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    Isn't the P90 a top fed gun with that funky flat mag that lays top?
     
  7. armsofglory

    armsofglory New Member

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    Yes.... It's pretty distinguishable.
     
  8. Revy110

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    Then how will a M4 magazine conversion kit work ?
     
  9. TheFallenHero

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    Just look it up lol. But you load the mag in on the left side of the gun I believe.
     
  10. IHOP

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    The kit is for airsoft. It wouldn't work with real steel.
    http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?products_id=25592

    Reloading an AUG isn't awkward at all. It can be just as fast if you don't just drop the mag to the ground like some people do with an AR. Just reach up, grab the mag while simultaneously pushing the mag release.

    Maybe I'm doing it wrong.
     
  11. Revy110

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    Ah ok. Lol I read the initial post about it, and I was like, "... What?" lol
     
  12. MrKickinWing25

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    I like traditional because the bullpup design seems small and cramped. I have a JG M4 carbine and I absolutely love it. The only thing that bothers me is that there are no rails on the handguards.
     
  13. armsofglory

    armsofglory New Member

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    Why not mount some on there?? Metal rails are what like 10$?
     
  14. Knief

    Knief Moderator Moderator

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    If you're buying new, you're usually looking at about $50 for a basic KAC rail set. Used, I've seen them go for as low as $15-20. You can buy those little rails that bolt onto the stock foregrips, but they kind of suck.
     
  15. armsofglory

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    That's what i was referring to. They can't be that bad if your just looking for one rail. But they can be super wobbly.
     
  16. MrKickinWing25

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    I know you can put rails on it. I just don't have the time to order some online.
     
  17. LegacyAirsoft

    LegacyAirsoft You can say I tech a little... Moderator

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    Back to op, the real answer depends on what you intend to use your gun for. I am assuming it will be field or long range encounters, in that case choose whatever you are more comfortable with (if the reload time was a deciding factor, it is proven that the traditional ar is faster than a bullpop due to less steps and, in a real steel, not needing to keep spent magazines) however if you plan on keeping your gun around 380 fps and possibly playing cqb I would get a bullpop style rifle since it has the same barrel length in a smaller, more maneuverable package.
     
  18. BRTSoloWing

    BRTSoloWing Well-Known Member

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    Just note that the FN 2000 barrel is longer than the M4s, even the real steel one has a longer barrel as well, but I can't speak for other bull pups though because I don't know any thing about the others
     
  19. ModernBadCompany

    ModernBadCompany New Member

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    F2000 look like something from a si-fi movie
     
  20. BRTSoloWing

    BRTSoloWing Well-Known Member

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    You do know that its a real rifle that swat uses don't you? And its one of the most comfortable rifles that iv ever used