What would be worth getting for a support gunner an m249 or a krytac trident lmg
The Bullgear CNC hop really is a must IMO. I own the Featherweight Para but have converted it to HPA with the P* Jack.They don't have very good range ootb although that could probably be fixed with some simple hopup work
Big IF there... We all know ~95% of the airsoft consumer base isn't that. I'm not bashing the practicality of the featherweight in the aspects you mentioned. It's the same with G&G's Combat Machines as people gut them and slap in an HPA engine and have a high(ish) performing, lightweight option that is relatively cost-effective.I mean, it's all about being an informed consumer, right? If you are...
No bashing assumed @danerd. We're just having a good ol' conversationI'm not bashing the practicality of the featherweight in the aspects you mentioned
Tru dat. But that's the beauty of this group, right? Rising tides, boats, and all that.We all know ~95% of the airsoft consumer base isn't that.
All the milsim events I've been to allow the M27 to function as a riflemen, SAW, or DMR because it is used in all those roles with the Marines afaik. I'm not an expert on real steel or the military though.I wonder what milsim west would say about an M27iar being used as a SAW replacement.
It varies and you have to ask. If you get turned down, have an alternate ready to go.Do some field research of where you plan to use it. As mentioned with the milsim issues, some fields have rules about how you will be allowed to use the gun. The Krytac will only be allowed to be used as a rifleman class weapon at some fields. I wonder what milsim west would say about an M27iar being used as a SAW replacement.
Ya, makes sense. But the beauty of running the M27 platform, is you can just run it as a rifleman class rifle.It varies and you have to ask. If you get turned down, have an alternate ready to go.
AMS does Not Allow the M27 to be a SAW.