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Old September 10th, 2010, 00:40   #1
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Thoughts on the G&G M16 A3 Max Series?

Well as the thread might suggest, has anyone handled the G&G M16 A3 Max series yet? if so, what were your impressions on it? I think it could make a mean C-7 mod.

Due to the high FPS it's not really going to make you the most popular person on the field if you try to go CQB with it (Or be allowed on the field at all for that matter!) but as a first time buyer, sorta looking for a bit of input on this weapon.

I'm new to Airsoft so throwing together a field kit for outdoor play. (Though the MP5 looks sexy in that series as well, however, but being clocked at 440fps for CQB seems a bit absurd )

(And because I noticed a trend of responses to new posters.)
- No, I do not want to be age verified, nor wish to buy an airsoft gun second hand. [Not saying they lose value, but it is easier emo rage post on a company rather then a man!]


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Old September 10th, 2010, 00:48   #2
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I can tell you they are sick guns, well built internally and externally, great shooters. The only issue is the super high velocity (like 480ish fps w/.20g) but a simple spring and thats good to go.

I am pretty sure they come with a standard spring that will drop the velocities into normal people limits. put a tightbore in one and you got a sweet rifle.
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Old September 10th, 2010, 01:05   #3
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You do realize through AV there are retailers that bring in new guns...?

Ever wonder where they all come from?
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Old September 11th, 2010, 00:33   #4
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Thanks for the input Canadian Psycho!

As for Strelok's comment!

AV doesn't really effect my purchasing decisions as I tend to be one of the crazy people who likes the concept of a Business License and a supporter of local shops. [Some times saving 20 dollars is taking away someone's job after all.]

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Old October 14th, 2010, 12:38   #5
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I picked up the G&G MP5A4 MAX it is awesome. The mag spun out on me a couple of times. I'm new to airsoft guns and I quikly figured out, just wind enough to see the BB's, put the clip in and then finish winding.

The MP5 is an all time favorite, it does come with a spring to reduce the FPS (its an M100??)for CQB games. I slapped a red/green multi-reticle selectable sight on it, its wicked!
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Old October 16th, 2010, 22:48   #6
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As for the MAX series by G&G Armament. in less then a week i will be getting the M4 Carbine MAX, M16 A3 MAX and the MP5 A4 MAX.. it is my intention to post review videos of these three guns, on youtube. i will post a link to the review videos afterwords.
*I am by no way a pro airsofter neither am i a gun smith, my reviews will be done independently, from my POV*
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