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    ranger dude

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    A good cqb gun

    Post  ranger dude on 18.11.11 17:59

    Hey christmas is comming up and im looking for a cqb gun. I want one thats not an m4 (dont want another one) I was really lookin into the ics m3 grease gun. That or I was thinking about an mp5. What do yall think is a good cqb gun?
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    Twitch

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    Re: A good cqb gun

    Post  Twitch on 18.11.11 18:46

    I have never tried ICS, but I have heard a lot of bad things about them....If it was me I would stay away from ICS.

    You could try an MP7. They are pretty good little guns for CQB. KWA makes a GBB one, while Tokyo Marui makes a pretty good electric version.

    I believe G&G makes several variants of an MP5, as do various other companies. I wouldn't get anything from JG or Echo 1 though. Unless you plan on replacing the internals.

    Just my two cents.




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    poopdaddy

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    Re: A good cqb gun

    Post  poopdaddy on 18.11.11 18:52

    i like ics i have two
    you don't want a m4 what about a p90 with a m4 mag adapter
    if you have a m4 then both will use the mags
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    Re: A good cqb gun

    Post  ranger dude on 18.11.11 19:05

    I liked how the grease gun looks. Ive never like the p90 for some reason but I saw an h&k mp5 that I liked or maybe the kwa g36
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    Re: A good cqb gun

    Post  NJSC on 19.11.11 10:54

    Dude I love mp5's I have one and it's just so ergonomically nice. The downside it SUCKS to take apart. When I say sucks.... it is terrible. If I ever want to get work done on my gun and I go to see Rhino he makes me do it because he doesn't want to fool with it. Now from what I understand there are better versions to get that take down easier. Rhino would be the one to ask about them though.


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    Hippie

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    Re: A good cqb gun

    Post  Hippie on 19.11.11 16:20

    What about two of your favorite handguns, some mags and a dual pistol rig? I agree with you on the M4 issue. They're too common. If a pistol rig isn't your thing you could consider the following:


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