Help identifying a combat machine

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by slipknot2302, Jul 23, 2012.

  1. slipknot2302

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  2. Munishin

    Munishin Well-Known Member

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    Yeah that's a combat machine. It's got the correct logo and price range for Canadian dollars.
     

  3. slipknot2302

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    Oh great. I was hoping it wasn't but whatever. What parts would you expect need replacing in the near future?
     
  4. Knief

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    I'm not actually sure that that is a combat machine. As far as I've seen, G&G hasn't put out any CMs with the KAC style rail. Usually they use their polymer molded fake free float thing. Unless Canadian models are different from those imported to America (other than the clear receiver, obviously), I'd say that's not a Combat Machine.
     
  5. Munishin

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    I see what you're saying but I believe some of the older models had a rail system like that. +The logo and marking is of the right character, it has the pneumatic blowback system, and is made of fiber/nylon according to the description.
     
  6. Knief

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    Yeah, I here you on that. But it's Canada eh, so it has to have a clear receiver. Clear receiver means polymer upper and lower no matter what. And if they're already manufacturing polymer bodies for the CM series, it's cheaper if they stamp them all the same as well. Other G&Gs use the pneumatic blow back system (annoyingly), as well. Those factors all end up being inconclusive with the presence of the KAC rail.
     
  7. Fickert

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    Nah dude it has the metal upper and nylon polymer lower. There are a lot more chances its a g&g since it states it has the "pneumatic" blowback instead of other brands "electric" blowback. As for the KAC rail, maybe since they cannot make them full metal, they give you a legit rail system and a clear polymer lower. Either way I did like 2 mins of research on google and found this: http://www.airsplat.com/Images/ER-GG-M4-CQB-R.jpg
    I am almost 100% its a g&g "full metal" M4. And for parts I wouldn't honestly know. I Honestly don't know what all is bad in a g&g other than that the whole guns are garbage.
     
  8. Munishin

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    The logo is different and Combat Machine is G&G. But yes now G&G is going like full blowback -_- It could just as well be a Higher End version though. OP you should just try emailing them.
     
  9. MrAirsoft194

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    There are no need to have a clear lower body no more, law has been change. Also it gots higher fps then American import.
     
  10. Fickert

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    That would be good actually. Our resources are limited to just pictures.
     
  11. Fickert

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    The fps might be a Canadian thing though. They have c-tacs brand guns I have never heard of until now and they come stock with an m130?
     
  12. slipknot2302

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    Thanks for the answers guys. Just to clarify, CM's are limited to the M4 model right? Like no M16 CM's.
     
  13. Thatguyoverthere1111

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    No, they have CM AKs.
     
  14. slipknot2302

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    Oh ok. What about M16's? I'm concerned my G&G M16A3 (GR16) is a CM.
     
  15. TYSONtheSNIPER

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    Can you post a link to it if possible?
     
  16. Thatguyoverthere1111

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    The GR series are not CMs. There's a GR16 and a CM16. One is a CM, the other a GR, which is basically a Proline.
     
  17. slipknot2302

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    Would you consider a Proline to be a good gun? Like not break, or have good accuracy.
     
  19. Thatguyoverthere1111

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    G&G Prolines are very good. As are CA Prolines. Their sportlines (CM) are not AMAZING but ok.
     
  20. armsofglory

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    G&G guns have their ups and downs. The motors are complete garbage and arent very strong.(CM) They cant pull a m120:(.
    Their M14s are great and their ebr is sexy. They also have good MP5s and pretty good prolines. Their CM and GR series give them a bad name.