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Cheatham

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#1 12 years ago

Hey, im not sure how quality is, so if, and i know there is a someone out there, you had or do own a tokyomauri thompson submachine gun airsoft, could you tell me: Quality Shooting in airsoft battles Shooting for fun at targets (for last two, which is it good for) durability Worth buying comments

I know someone out there has one.:lol:




Cheatham

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#2 12 years ago

anyone :(....




snotvod

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#3 12 years ago

The odds of someone on these forums owning such an airsoft gun is small, the chance that such a person has read this post between now and two hours ago is even smaller...




Polska

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#4 12 years ago

I wish I could have one, unfortunately anything that slightly resembles a gun ( by apperance ) is not allowed in the Netherlands.




Leopardi

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#5 12 years ago

Basically all of the Tokyo Marui weapons perform all the same, no big differences. It has a 6. version mechabox, which is extremely good and durable. Thompson also feels pretty realistic, and performs well out in the fields, so yeah, it's a very durable gun and well worth buying. Very good choice for a beginner.

You can go to www.arniesairsoft.co.uk and have a look at the reviews, there's a review of Tokyo Marui M1A1 Thomspon for more specific information.




Lützow

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#6 12 years ago

I have the Marui AK-47. It's a great gun.:nodding: Works well, looks allmost exactly like the real thing (the wooden parts are good-looking replicas made from plastic, most of the rest is metal). Unfortunately I don't have the thompson, but I have heard that all Marui weapons work nicely and are accurate. I haven't been in any airsoft matches yet, but target shooting is also fun. You can hit a beer can from about 15-20 meters just fine. With full auto it's even more easy:naughty:. For me the reason to buy AK-47 was it's lower price, and the fact that it's more suitable for modern scenarios. But if you want the thompson, go ahead!




Cheatham

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#7 12 years ago

im still probably getting the tommy, but does anyone know of nice guns that are ALL or ALMOST all metal for under 400 ?(mostly exterior wise)

edit: which of these 3 be betta buy. http://www.armsairsoft.com/Catalog.aspx?CatalogType=ProductDetails&productID=94-3 http://www.armsairsoft.com/Catalog.aspx?CatalogType=ProductDetails&productID=96-5 http://www.armsairsoft.com/Catalog.aspx?CatalogType=ProductDetails&productID=TM-M4A1NV

all tokyo mauri




Jetro

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#8 12 years ago

If ya get the tommy gun, you gotta grab the real wood furniture for it off of http://www.gunnerairsoft.com/indexeng.htm :naughty:




[130pz.]Kading

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#9 12 years ago

get the tommy gun, you cant go wrong with that. even if you dont hit the baddies, the wood finish will blind your enemies with luxury.




DerMann

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#10 12 years ago

If I were to buy an airsoft gun, I'd get the Marui Thompson M1A1. Most of the guns, as previously mentioned, are mostly similar, so go for the one that looks the most bitchin'. I think it was CAW a while back that produced a conversion kit to make the TM M1A1 into an all metal/wood M1928A1 (except for drums, which I assume one may be able to get their hands on if they have enough money). Only problem is 1) they're usually out of stock on airsoft websites and 2) if they are in stock the total price is much more than that of the original TM M1A1. However, it will be the most bitchin' gun out there. Most airsoft players complain that the M1A1 can't be added onto (i.e. flashlights, lasers, scopes, tactical spatulas, etc...), but one doesn't necessarily need them, as airsoft begets tactical spatula syndrome.




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