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Offline Thorper

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lm4/gbb
« on: July 11, 2014, 08:41:18 AM »
I didn't see anything too recent on this.

GBB and the LM4, I have AEGs and I like each of them but I am interested in getting a gbbr. I don't feel like having the hoses involved with the p*.  Anyone here have a lot of experience with the lm4 and would recommend it or would you have a different one you think would be better?

Offline Bao

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Re: lm4/gbb
« Reply #1 on: July 11, 2014, 05:29:14 PM »
Like many gbbr's the lm4 has its pros and cons, but for a beginner gbb user its a great platform as its one of the better pick up and go platforms out there. Mags can get expensive and if you have alot they tend to get heavy on your kit but are one of the better mags out there if not one of the best and is close to or atleast on par with ghk g5 mags. internal wise there are a few things that could have been designed better such as hop up, a steel buffer lock, and a one piece upper but overall most of the really important internal pieces are already stock steel so you dont have to worry about replacing those.  I recommend you go to the kwa lm4 forums as they will show you all the mods and the ins and outs of the lm4 and how to maintain it. Overall I say I'm very happy with mine and I would recomend it.

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Re: lm4/gbb
« Reply #2 on: July 11, 2014, 11:10:53 PM »
i dont have much experience with the lm4 but i would recommend going over to the gasguns.info forum and combing around there. You can get alot of info on that platform and others. I am however partial to the WE open bolt platform of gas guns. Cheap to get into and cheap to keep. Externals and good, internals are simple and easily maintained, V2 mags are leak free and probably the cheapest to buy of all platforms, and best of all comparing it to the lm4 it has a one piece upper receiver while the lm4 is three piece.
« Last Edit: July 11, 2014, 11:15:33 PM by alteclansig »