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Thread: Got my GSG-16 today what a pile of

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    I had mine out for the second time last week. I shot 60 CCI poly tipped subsonics and some Winchester Wildcats and more cruddy Remy Golden bucket. It ate through everything without a FTF. Absolutely love this thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OkayShooter View Post
    I'm not sure if anyone tried to take the rail off. But I heard the Fake suppressor is pinned so
    It’s not pinned. There is a hex key on the bottom, forward of the hand guard that needs to be undone - this keeps the suppressor in place. Then gently twist the faux suppressor out. It’s not threaded on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeffMan View Post
    It’s not pinned. There is a hex key on the bottom, forward of the hand guard that needs to be undone - this keeps the suppressor in place. Then gently twist the faux suppressor out. It’s not threaded on.
    So what does it look like without the handguard? or can it be removed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OkayShooter View Post
    So what does it look like without the handguard? or can it be removed?
    Handguard is all one piece with the upper reciever. Handgiard doesn't appear to be able to be swapped
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    Quote Originally Posted by geologist View Post
    I'd slap a single point sling on it.
    This is a HK style gun and it deserves nothing but a highly complicated HK 3 point style sling!
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    Pre tell...as someone who isn't familiar with Airsoft parts interfacing or model numbers, would this stock be the same as the Evike one but at half the cost (at least in Nova Scotia) https://www.ebay.ca/itm/CYMA-MP5-Ret...oAAOSwuMFUgTZl

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    Airsoft parts lololol just saying......
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    I would pay a lot of money for a traditional fixed mp5 style stock and a short barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phillyblt View Post
    Airsoft parts lololol just saying......
    Its a majority plastic gun. And worried about airsoft stocks?
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    I don't play the airsoft games. Without having 12(2), 12(3), or 12(5) grandfathering to have an MP5, I decided to get an airsoft MP5 years ago. Just to have and shoot at cans.

    It is electric and was less appealing when it shot and all you hear sounds like a cordless drill running. I paid about $350 for it.

    A year later I bought a gas blow back one. The thing field strips and operates very close to the real thing. I once handed it to a guy that use to use them and I had to tell him it was an airgun. This one cost me over $600, is all metal except for the fore stock and grip. This thing is solid.

    I probably will gut it and the first one for anything on them that will fit or adapt to this GSG16. I am delighted to get this rifle and I don't see anything wrong with using airsoft parts to improve it's looks. After all it's a plastic 22 right? Your not going to be seeing centerfire recoil or taking it to battle.

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