Newnan Airsoft Player wrote:Theres only one guy there that knows a thing or two about gas guns, and thats John (I think thats his name) hes got gauges in his ears. Not sure if he works there anymore but he's your best bet if you went with AA, but you would have to do the work as far as repairing even if they diagnose the problem.#CW!!ZERO wrote:Silent_Option wrote:I was thinking of doing the same thing if he will take it in. i called Airsoft ATL and the guy said they probablly wouldnt take it, but i could let them look at it to know for sure. he said their tech usually only deals with aegs, which is crap if you ask me.
I would highly recommend you NOT bring your gun to AA, their techs are awful and know nothing about guns, if you bring it to the shop ryan will be able to get you squared away. Its worth it.
All I know is that every person that has gone there has come back with more problems then what it started with, I know people they have given guns back to with missing handguards and other body parts, and I have witnessed being in there with a definite stripped gear and the guy insisted it was motor height, we just sat there and laughed to the side lol