Want to get a decent scar eventualy, i live in canada and budget is about 250$

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by airman123, Aug 13, 2012.

  1. airman123

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    Title says it all (20 characters)
     
  2. ShooterMcgavin

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    Dboys Scar is probably the only way. They are decent for what you pay and what you are getting. Though if you can find a used G&G or VFC for that price (not likely) then take it.
     

  3. Retrospection

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    Agreed. I use the dboys scar and its pretty good.
     
  4. Thatguyoverthere1111

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    Remember, he's in Canada so the price will be inflated. The Dboys should be within that price range. That's pretty much it. If you can find a used Echo 1 maybe.
     
  5. IHOP

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    I looked around for a MK16 on Canadian retailers and retailers that ship to Canada.The only MK16/17s I've found are the likes of VFC and ARES and are well above $600. Try your local classifieds if you can, or opt for something else.
     
  6. TboneH

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    Can he even get a high quality scar in Canada? I was under the assumption that all airsoft guns in Canada had to be clear or brightly colored.
     
  7. ShooterMcgavin

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    Just because It is colored does not mean it is not high quality.
     
  8. MrAirsoft194

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    The law has changed and yes he can get high quality scars. Vfc and g&g.
     
  9. slipknot2302

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    My G&G Prolone cost me 549$ in Canada. Your ONLY bet is something used, or DBoys.
     
  10. IHOP

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    No. They sell normal guns there too. They are just insanely expensive. And currency exchange has nothing to do with it either, as the difference between 1 CAD and 1 USD is less than 1 cent. They're literally just all that more expensive.