I was jsut wondering if you guys and gals had a favourite firearm or prefered a certain weapon class/type
There is a preaty large selection out there but i would have to say that the M1 Garand which is a semi-automatic rifle firing the .30-06mm (.30cal) round from an 8 round staggered clip or the M16A3 which is a semi-automatic/3 round burst/full automatic firing the 5.56x45mm NATO round from a 20 to 30 round STANAG Box magazine
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Mine would have to be the Fabrique Nationale P90. Not a great long range assault weapon, but perfect for closer-range urban conflict. That and it looks sexy.
A close second would be the Century Arms bullpup version of the AK-47 series. Same caliber as the original, but with more accuracy due to the longer barrel design. And the parts are apparently customizable, because I've seen someone convert it to an auto shotgun based on the Saiga 12. Presumably, it's a hybrid of both using the same parts.
Stingray wrote:A close second would be the Century Arms bullpup version of the AK-47 series.
A close second would be the Century Arms bullpup version of the AK-47 series.
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My faves always change. For now is the F2000. Who knows what it will be next weekthough... :P
OK. 1) It's Raffica, and 2) If I wanted your opinion I would have asked for it! (just kidding) I used to have an airsoft M4 Carbine but now I have an airsoft M93R. So I have held scale models of both and they were/are real weight too. The M4 was electric, so wasn't very realistic in operation - but the '93R is gas blowback, making it very realistic in operation and is also fully field strippable just like the real thing.
This is more of a "system" for a weapon, but I've been looking into the pistol carbine conversions kits. Very modular and adaptive. Great for CQM/CQB. They charge too much for them, but designing my own to machine out of aircraft aluminum. And of course my son will test it out............ha. He loves it.
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