Lend a German a Hand...Or a Gun..

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by Fritz, Aug 14, 2012.

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  1. Fritz

    Fritz New Member

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    I've completed a good bit of research, but sadly, the reviews on most of the guns I've been looking at are downright sickening to read due to the fact they are reviewed by pre-teens. So this question is for the experienced gun-buyers out there....I have a budget of $250.00. I want a new assault rifle. Preferably an AEG. Thank you in advance! Sincerely--- Fritz
     
  2. VTMZ

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    What type of gun would you like? M4, AK, etc.
     

  3. Kmkraft12

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    Any specific gun model. Style of play. CQB Field.
     
  4. Fritz

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    I prefer the M4 style. I usually play in woodland settings. Edit: Preferably with a decent rate of fire. I do not intend on upgrading.
     
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  7. levirocks

    levirocks #FreeNuggy Lifetime Supporter

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    Buy a Classic Army. They are excellent guns.
     
  8. ohioairsofter

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    Without any fps restrictions that you will encounter at most cqb fields you can get a jg g36c and some mid caps and have at it. They run about 125 shipped and I played with a bunch of systema wielding goons and faired alright. They are durable polymer which translates into lightweight weapons.
     
  9. Batman

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    I agree, a nice CA proline would do you well.
     
  10. ShooterMcgavin

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    CA ProLine M4s, VFC M4s, ICS M4s, G&P M4s, G&G Top Tech M4s. All good guns.
     
  11. RCV

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    Dear God. Nobody has ever even mentioned CAs before now. Not even me. Only DM and Kline. Now it's like cancer.

    But yes, they are fantastic. Better than a G&P for sure.
     
  12. VTMZ

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    I was going to post a CA but they were all above $250 (the prolines I found) but not by much if you don't mind spending a bit more
     
  13. ShooterMcgavin

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    Well I should say the X series from CA since that is really all I would buy.
     
  14. Batman

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    CA's to me just give off more of a durable, rugged, battle worn look and feel than a G&P IMO. Granted I have never handled a G&P M4 but I have handled and shot a CA Proline and I liked it. G&P just seem fancy and sophisticated to me, which I don't really care for.
     
  15. ShooterMcgavin

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    I would say that stock G&Ps may preform better than CAs atleast in ROF but CA has more durablity in my eyes. I also like the look of G&P externals better. The problem with CA is that they had some bad CQ a while back, esp in their Sportline guns, and they lost a lot of popularity.
     
  16. Batman

    Batman New Member

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    Yeah, had one experience with a sportline gearbox and it was BAD
     
  17. ohioairsofter

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    This is important. Their quality definitely went up and their gearboxes were put together nicely. Before you could have issues with too much grease and bad contact points with the gear teeth. I purchased the LWRC blowback and it was flawless.
     
  18. Fritz

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    Thanks, people. Once I make a final decision, I'll attempt to post the link here.
     
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