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fdsakiller
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PostSubject: Gun Design   Gun Design EmptyFri Apr 11, 2008 2:17 am

If you ask what is the best gun, everyone would say a gun, and there brand. But my question is, which is the best gun design. Someguns are better for putting on accessories, and you can put on more, but it will be a long gun and less manuverable, compared to an MP5 where you cant put on as many accessories but it is easier to use. Or it has a smaller battery compartment. What gun design do you think is the superior gun design?
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Design   Gun Design EmptyFri Apr 11, 2008 8:45 am

well i think that a good gun design is fairly compact but still able to throw bb' down range and provide reasonable coverfire for team mates. So all this added up i think the G36C or G36 compact is a good weapon
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Design   Gun Design EmptyFri Apr 11, 2008 11:29 pm

I thing an M4 CQB-R would be the best, it has lots of rails for accessories, a crane stock so it can hold a descent sized battery and its not too big and not too small.

http://store.matrixbb.com/servlet/-strse-23911/G%26P-CQB-dsh-R-AEG-Rifle/Detail
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Design   Gun Design EmptySat Apr 12, 2008 12:15 am

But not all M4 CQBRs have the crane stock, I mean the design in general, not special parts, for example, If I said M4, people could either refer to the E1 M4 with the regular stock or the systema M4 with the Crane Stock. But the CQBR is accually a good choise, and even if it didnt have a crane stock, It might be the most versitle. For me, I think it is the M4 System, because of all of its rails, and it is compact, but also it has great accuracy.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Design   Gun Design EmptySat Apr 12, 2008 12:18 am

The only problem with the m4-s system is that it is kinda big, another good gun type is the HK 416.

http://store.matrixbb.com/servlet/-strse-29139/VFC-VF416-M4-Full/Detail

The only problem with this gun is that it uses a PEQ box to hold that battery.
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PostSubject: Re: Gun Design   Gun Design EmptySat Apr 12, 2008 2:26 am

I accualy just thought of that, while I was playing a game, I can across the 416 Very Happy
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