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#21 karMeister

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Posted 11 August 2008 - 08:09 AM

Goodluck!  :rolleyes:

yeah airsoft is expensive! 1000$ for one gun and anothe 1000+$ for your gear! ouch!  :P

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Posted 11 August 2008 - 08:10 AM

View Postgeminye, on Aug 11 2008, 09:48 AM, said:

Thanks for the info brooklyn.

Anytime, glad I could help  :)

@ Stealthmaster14 -

Once again with grippods, they look really ugly. Yes, they may offer a small bipod at the bottom, but they usually have very short legs made to touch the ground, and you aim better with a horizontal grip, so for a DMR, I would not reccommend using a grip / grippod.

Also, you probably won't be waiting to take that 1 killer shot, more like a bunch of them, so I really don't think a bipod would be of much use either. If you were a "sniper" (which we said doesn't exist in airsoft) sure, go for a bipod, for steadier aim, and if you were a CQB guy, I found found grips are useful for turning corners, so go for a grip, but DMRs usually don't have grips on their rifles.

It's your gun, and I keep a bipod on my m-4 sometimes, just for looks, and I rarely use it, so do what you want.

@ the 200' shooting questions,

As I said before, for 2 years, I had a UTG m324 sniper, fully modded pretty much as possible, teflon, upgraded barrel, you name it, I had it. I was considered a "sniper" (At my field they judge your gun by power, and for 400+ fps if your gun was spring or gas bolt action, you were given the tag to define you as sniper).

I speak with experience when I say 200' is a joke. I am pretty sure my gun shot 450 fps at least, more like 475 fps or so, and 200' was hard. I have never hit a guy beond 160'. Yes, I hit a guy at 160 ft, and some people may say they have hit farther, but if you saw my field, you would see why. You cannot hit a target accurately at 200ft, Ive tried, and it just can't happen with airsoft rifles.

Allizard, you probably can with that $1000 bolt rifle, but with my UTG, it is impossible. :lol:

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Posted 11 August 2008 - 08:18 AM

View PostkarMeister, on Aug 11 2008, 11:09 AM, said:

Goodluck!  :rolleyes:

yeah airsoft is expensive! 1000$ for one gun and anothe 1000+$ for your gear! ouch!  :P

Lol forgot all about gear! :lol:

With my km4, I usually wear a long sleaved hunting shirt ($15), a UTG vest ($40), my paintball mask (required at my field, came free with my paintball gun) a metal WWII helmet I got at my local surplus ($15) and the shorts I wear are just normal cargo shorts, and normal shoes. That brings my total up to ... $70 in gear  :lol:

Maybe you guys spend more on your lower half of you body, but I find no one shoots my legs  :lol:

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Posted 11 August 2008 - 08:43 AM

Nope... I've found my Type 96 pretty useless in gaming so I've sold it.

This was my gun...

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As for the gears... you can really spend a lot of $$ on it depend what type of impression you want to do.   Some people like to go all out and wear all army uniform and molle gear.  Those will set you back a few more hundred $$.  And if you want a more authentic look.  A vest can cost $150 alone.

BTW, we are getting off topic.

#25 geminye

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Posted 11 August 2008 - 01:15 PM

Thanks Leo.

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Posted 11 August 2008 - 03:54 PM

View Postallizard, on Aug 11 2008, 11:43 AM, said:

Nope... I've found my Type 96 pretty useless in gaming so I've sold it.

This was my gun...

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As for the gears... you can really spend a lot of $$ on it depend what type of impression you want to do.   Some people like to go all out and wear all army uniform and molle gear.  Those will set you back a few more hundred $$.  And if you want a more authentic look.  A vest can cost $150 alone.

BTW, we are getting off topic.

Lol nice springer  :lol:

Gear does cost alot if you go for the actual military look. As you can see, I don't spend much :lol:

Anyway, to sum up what I've said,

Grippods are ugly
High magnification scopes are worthless
There are no snipers in airsoft
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You cannot shoot accurately at 200'.

There you have it!

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Posted 14 August 2008 - 12:42 AM

eotechs and aimpoints were designed to cowitness with teh front sight. which is why typically on most US rifles you will see a flip down Back up iron sight.  The optic goes down and flip up the sight and view right through the optic's glass.




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