Newcomer to airsoft

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by ColdNachos, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. ColdNachos

    ColdNachos New Member

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    Beginner to airsoft here, was looking at this gun and was thinking of it for my first gun. If anyone could tell me if this is a good gun for a starter or not it would be appreciated. Thank you.

    http://www.airsplat.com/Items/ERM-WELL-R23-M.htm
     
  2. LT1

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    To me it looks great for a starting gun. It has good fps. I bought a gun off of airsplat and I've had for about a year it's great!!! Remember to check its accuracy ( this one looks great) because u don't want a non accurate gun.. But overall I'd say it's a good buy.
    Good luck with Airsoft!
     

  3. LT1

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    Oh and also some of its parts are metal so it will have a good weight to it. And it's not all metal so it won't be too heavy.
     
  4. ShooterMcgavin

    ShooterMcgavin New Member

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    No. Do not get that. LT1 sorry but you do not know what you are talking about.

    If you want a M4. Get a JG M4 or an ICS Sportline. Browse around on Evike.com or Airsoftgi.com

    Good companies for under $200 are ICS Sportlines, JG, Cyma, Dboys AK variants.
     
  5. LT1

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    Sorry I didn't look at the brand. But also classic army and don't look at airsoftgi for guns, 2 of my friends ordered from there.. One never got his gun and the other didn't come with a mag or a battery and the description said it would. Airrattle or Evike are the best.
     
  6. SpecialT

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    First off JG sucks go ICS
     
  7. Batman

    Batman New Member

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    Not when the JG is tuned and with easy diy mods
     
  8. glenlovesm4

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    Not really... A tuned JG can perform pretty well, especially there m4 and G36 models. ICS does make great sport lines though.

    Edit: sniped by Batman.
     
  9. glenlovesm4

    glenlovesm4 New Member

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    Edit: sniped by Batman
     
  10. SpecialT

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    Yea but I don't think a new kid to airsoft is going to go about tuning a gun ;)
     
  11. SpecialT

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    How do u guys feel about the ICS Sig 552 commando MRS
     
  12. TheAirsoftTech

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    I'm sorry, but how can you recommend the gun without looking at what brand it is?

    OP: Most ACM (Airsoft China Manufactured) guns are pretty durable, but you can get better for the money.
     
  13. S1kkguy

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    ACM would be the best route to go for a starter gun, made to be durable and most are TM compatible for when you gain the experience to startteching your own gun/s. CYMA/DBOYS for AKS, JG for M4s and G36s. Highly recommend those guns, arguably the best bang for the bucks as you yanks call it.