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Doubt with replica choice

Post by recce » 14 Feb 2012, 00:15

Hi all,
I have some doubts as all my replicas are tokyo marui up to now, I need to buy another one and I have come to some choices and would appreciate some guidance.
I want to use it on semi only.
The choices are
Top Tech Tr16 (M16a3)
G&G Sig 550 or 553
G&P m16a3 with m203
G&G GF76

As I said..I have some doubts about technical quality...
Any advice?
Thanks all

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Post by Panzergraf » 14 Feb 2012, 03:10

All G&P guns I've upgraded/downgraded and otherwise worked on have been high quality guns, so my vote goes to the G&P

Pretty externals too, if you go with one of the guns with engraved and realistic trademarks.


The G&G Sig 550 is awesome externally. It's not often I'm impressed with the external build quality of an AEG, but that one had my jaw hanging to the floor. Stamped steel goodness all over.
The battery solution was kinda whack though, and the screws that hold the fire selectors in place can strip their threads easily. Gearbox internals seemed OK.
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Post by Hazardous » 14 Feb 2012, 08:49

If you want a AEG that won't leave you empty handed in the battle field, I'd strongly recomend a KWA AEG, my KWA G36C PDW has seen now about a 150'000 bb's and it's like new.
As for other models, I dont trust the Ver.2 Boxes of the other brands.

But the G&G GK99 (or as its real name RK95, witch is the Finnish assaultrifle) had a wonderfull gearbox, easy to open, and close, fine materials, good gears and a nice piston set.
Handels good, a nice veight and shoots like a hummingbird.
So if G&G takes as good care of theyr other models as of the GK99 I can recomend a G&G

Here, take a look on what models they are offering:
http://kwausa.com/products/
http://guay2.com/
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Post by Robin-Hood » 14 Feb 2012, 22:03

Go with the G&P for sure. G&G aren't even on the same level.

And avoid the Top Tech / Pneumatic blowback, it leaks air and makes it impossible to acheive high consistency, that means bad accuracy too.

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Post by Jin » 16 Feb 2012, 06:26

G&P is the best choice
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Post by Hawkins » 16 Feb 2012, 11:40

I will sound-off the same that Hazardous said. The RK-95 he was talking about is mine, which we have done some work on. It is my first G&G gun and I am impressed (customer service is also good). A friend had an older G&G gun which had some problems, but now works like new. It seems that the G&G has issues with o-ring quality. Change those and you are set.
I have heard good things about G&P, but I have no personal experience.
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