CO2 or Green gas pistol?

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by haydnc97, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. haydnc97

    haydnc97 New Member

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    I need a good co2 or green gas pistol. Non blowback, functioning slide and slide release. And also around $50-$60. Help?
     
  2. BlackWolfAirsoft

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    Tokyo marui sells some kind of Usp model, not sure what the name of the gun is, but its a Nonblowback Gas pistol. It's around 70-165$ I think. (AirsoftGI)_ Gas pistols
     

  3. miken2006

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    I could be reading this wrong but if its a non blowback then the slide wont rack... Inturn there would be no slide action or a slide catch/release.
     
  4. BlackWolfAirsoft

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    What i think hes saying is he wants one you could Manually pull back and lock the slide.
     
  5. Radar159

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    Cheapest Co2 pistol? Tactical Force Combat, it's a blow back, but it is decent and runs around 60.00 dollars
     
  6. BlackWolfAirsoft

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    Oh yes, I forgot about the TF Combat. (Glcok 17 model?) I wanted to order one ans try it out. Also if yoi ever have a budget of around 100-150$ trythe Soft Air Co2BB Degle
     
  7. BBman1120

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    Well if ur going to games you want green gas but if not ether one.
     
  8. backyardsn1per

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    Go to airsplat and check out nonblowback pistols. Y&P has a good variety of styles, as does TSD.
     
  9. Knief

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    Watch the grammar here, BBman. Using texting abbreviations like "ur" for "you're" is the quickest way to earn my scorn and watchful eye.
     
  10. 703

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    Contradicting :confused: A non blowback = Non functioning slide & slide release.

    I would go with a Green Gas pistol. Most of them you can use propane and it's cheaper than C02 & Green Gas.

    If you want a non-blowback check out Y&P they make some of the best non blowbacks for the price.

    Blowback - Look around used, You can find lots of blowbacks ~ 50-75.00 yes it's a little more than you want to spend but you will get more magazines and such. I got a KJW M9 for 55.00 shipped with 2 mags a while back.
     
  11. USPxMASTERx

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    There is not a good pistol for that price
     
  12. 703

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    Wrong... There are lots of good pistols in that range. While they might not be top of the line you can still get a decent pistol.

    It's like saying 175.00 - 200.00 isn't enough for a AEG and there is nothing good in that price range yet a lot of JG guns fall right in that price area and most people will recomend a JG, and if you buy used you could get an ICS/G&P/KWA/etc...
     
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  13. Whiplashairsoft1

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    JGs are usually $130 to $150...Just sayin'. Anyhow. Carry on!
     
  14. slipknot2302

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    90% of the time it does. I saw one 1911 that was non blowback, but with a functional slide and slide lock. Only I've seen though. Can't remember if it was airsoft or BB.
     
  15. BlackWolfAirsoft

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    Buuulllcrap. Theres a bunch of.em.
     
  16. Castscythe

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    if you by chance remember where you saw it, i would be very interested lol
     
  17. Slayer

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    I would go with green gas, it doesn't wear out seals as fast and isn't affected by temperature as much. I use a kwa m93r ns2 with green gas and it performs flawlessly.
     
  18. Shiftyshooter

    Shiftyshooter Learn from your mistakes. Lifetime Supporter

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    Since when is Green Gas less affected by temperature changes than CO2?
     
  19. mockingshot

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    Lol shifty. I would get green gas If possible. Y&P.
     
  20. Slayer

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