Well, the board is either fixed, or it's going to run terribly. Cross your fingers and hope for the best. I'm at my technical limit right now.
1891, 91/30, M38, M44, 91/59, P-series, M27, M28, M28-30 and M39
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This is a joke . An airsoft Mosin rifle that costs $271 plus shipping. This is the PPS real wood
http://airsoft.tiger111hk.com/p36213/PP ... _info.html
In USA the imitation wood Red Fire brand ??? https://www.evike.com/products/38265/
An interesting review on the king arms red fire brand
Having written and earlier one in which I pointed out all of the bad sides to this gun are still outweighed by the good things; I must now revise that. Took the gun out to try some new BBs and on the second round the bolt was acting strange. Taking the gun apart I saw that the head of the gas piston snapped off. Best part of all, NO ONE sells a replacement piece for it, anywhere. Even though the neck of the piston is very thin and bound to break with standard use, NO ONE sells the part. So, I took it to a local machine shop and they said for a single piece to reproduce, it would cost $300. So, now I have a $190 paper weight. I will firmly say, DO NOT get this gun, it's going to end up breaking, no one makes parts, and it's too expensive to have new ones made.
review for those that do not like the real rifle at $200,
And its green gas and not even a pellet rifle
Just what every kid needs for Christmas, so I wonder who would actually buy one of these, unless you are a collector that needs everything.
The liberals would go nuts if this was under the tree for a 10 year old. On the positive side you can shoot it in the basement
To old to fight and to old to run, a Jar head will just shoot and be done with you.
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1st I will not argue with you this seems nuts...... But Airsoft guns were originally made for the Japanese market.. Where they do like to dress up like reenactors and have airsoft battles like we have paintball battles over here.. And those guys ( & gals) over there do put great demand on having their guns look as realistic as possible...
And these guns are real salty in price.. I remember years ago looking at an mg-42 airsoft gun that cost over 4k... Or I could order an Wise-lite clone M-53 for 1800...But I have the God-given-Veteran-fought-for freedom to own a real gun and the Japanese citizen over in Japan does not.
(Also in the end when you figure the ammo, Tripod, Tripod range sight, extra barrels.. The Japanese airsoft gun may have been cheaper in the long run)
Also in just a generalization, the airsoft guns sold over here are cheaper and of a much lower quality then the ones sold in Japan.. But its like anything
boys and the price of their toys.
On the flip side if I go to an Airsoft battle, they will not let me bring the m-53
They have Airsoft battles in other countries also
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