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shonit123 January 26th, 2015 01:25

C1 Submachinegun
 
For those who may be doing 80's Canadian loadouts and is looking for the Aeg that will turn heads, This is for you!

http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/beta-proj...l#.VMXc-0dQNW9

http://www.evike.com/products/50076/

Porkchop January 26th, 2015 18:23

Whimper!!!

ShelledPants January 26th, 2015 18:30

Did anyone try these ones? They price dropped them recently.

http://shop.ehobbyasia.com/action-sl...l#.VMbN0_nF98E

QKLee11 January 26th, 2015 19:27

Ahh the Real Ones
 
I remember firing those Storm Troopers SMG's

Room Clearing 101, COCK THE WEAPON AND THROW IT THROW THE WINDOW"...trust me the weapon was open bolt operation..even on safe if you dropped it there was a possibility of it firing...when I used it on Exercises, even with blanks in it I left it in the close bolt position.

Latvian291 January 26th, 2015 19:46

We can get these super niche SMGs but we can't get one of the most prolific firearms of WW2 (PPS43?).

What has this world come to?

Strelok January 26th, 2015 20:21

Well hey. atleast it's not another M4.

Latvian291 January 26th, 2015 20:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Strelok (Post 1930749)
Well hey. atleast it's not another M4.

I'm sure there will be a kit to make it into a HK416 or some s**t

Mordarski J.A. January 27th, 2015 00:20

Quote:

Originally Posted by Latvian291 (Post 1930738)
We can get these super niche SMGs but we can't get one of the most prolific firearms of WW2 (PPS43?).

What has this world come to?

I'm still waiting on someone to make a proper Enfield No.4 Mk1 rifle so a WW2 Canadian impression can be done. Sure, some could argue the fact that some Canadian units used the Thompson, but the Enfield was the Canadian rifle.

Oh, and still waiting on a C1A1 (FN FAL) GBBR. Just sayin' :P

Kingsix January 27th, 2015 00:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by QKLee11 (Post 1930732)
I remember firing those Strom Troopers SMG's

Room Clearing 101, COCK THE WEAPON AND THROW IT THROW THE WINDOW"...trust me the weapon was open bolt operation..even on safe if you dropped there was a possibility of it firing...when I used it on Exercises, even with blanks in it I left it in the close bolt position.

http://www.smartteam-shop.com/index.php/e11.html

s&t makes a E11 Variant for all you stormtroopers.

siggypoo January 27th, 2015 00:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mordarski J.A. (Post 1930795)
Oh, and still waiting on a C1A1 (FN FAL) GBBR. Just sayin' :P

Truer words were never spoken...



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j_march January 27th, 2015 05:06

I own one, still looking for more mags.

Latvian291 January 27th, 2015 05:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mordarski J.A. (Post 1930795)
I'm still waiting on someone to make a proper Enfield No.4 Mk1 rifle so a WW2 Canadian impression can be done. Sure, some could argue the fact that some Canadian units used the Thompson, but the Enfield was the Canadian rifle.

Oh, and still waiting on a C1A1 (FN FAL) GBBR. Just sayin' :P

Well you have a STEN! That's good enough.

Also I think the No. 4 was in very short supply until the end of the war. Mostly No 1.'s were used, correct me if I am wrong please.

Not that there is a No1 in airsoft either.

Rossco66 January 27th, 2015 09:34

I hope its more accurate than the real one. That thing was a bitch to keep anywhere near the target.
Amazing for creating 45 degree angled connect the dot lines out past 2 o'clock though.

ARC-74 January 27th, 2015 12:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kingsix (Post 1930799)
http://www.smartteam-shop.com/index.php/e11.html

s&t makes a E11 Variant for all you stormtroopers.

Hmmmm, very interesting, but what's wrong with a C7?:D
http://i1071.photobucket.com/albums/...psd8c94f38.jpg

Enthusiast January 27th, 2015 17:34

Nice gun, but not with a standard gearbox and also mag availability issue.


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