Which m16 would be a better workhorse for a dmr

Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by teamHOGZairsoft, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. teamHOGZairsoft

    teamHOGZairsoft New Member

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    OK. The title says it, which one of these two m16's would be the better platform gun to be built into a long range dmr system. They are both the same amount of cash. I have no experience with either company, but have heard good things from both. Most likely im looking at; 1. Which would have better compatability with a new front end. 2. Which would take upgrades better and have the gearbox shell not break over insane pressure.
    First gun would be:
    Vfc m16 e series
    http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?products_id=32771

    Second:
    G&P supreme edition m16
    http://www.evike.com/product_info.php?cPath=21_44_219&products_id=35195
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2012
  2. Nelson

    Nelson Review Guru Supporting Member

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    Why? Can you give a reason?
     

  3. teamHOGZairsoft

    teamHOGZairsoft New Member

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    I agree with the person above me. Can you explain your reasoning?
     
  4. Scarred

    Scarred New Member

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    VFC: Amazing Externals/ Great Internals
    While...
    G&P: Great Externals/ Great Internals

    I think VFC is the way to go.
     
  5. teamHOGZairsoft

    teamHOGZairsoft New Member

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    So they both have great internals but vfc has the greater externals?
     
  6. chumbro

    chumbro New Member

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    Ummm.. G&p great externals?..

    Sorry, but I would label that amazing internals...

    Anyway, I would go with the VFC. Dmrs are not bought. They are built. You will hear this about 1 million times, but it is true. I would go with the VFC because no matter what, you will be upgrading the internals.
     
  7. teamHOGZairsoft

    teamHOGZairsoft New Member

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    But i heard about this particular brand of vfc that the bolt catch would reset the hop up when u use the bolt release