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ljerr2
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PostSubject: CAW M3A1   Fri Feb 12, 2016 3:36 am

These fire exceptionally well!  We've probably all seen this model in action - but here's mine!  Right out of the box and 25 rounds without a hitch!


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PostSubject: Re: CAW M3A1   Fri Feb 12, 2016 6:16 pm

That does fire very nice, now i want one and i have stopped myself getting one since they came as i have 3 greaseguns already
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PostSubject: Re: CAW M3A1   Sat Feb 13, 2016 2:01 am

There are a couple things that would make it better, but they're really just personal preferences.

1. metal - if the receiver was metal, it would be awesome! There's a lot of good weight to the model, but there's just something about being metal especially with this particular model that would make it seem more "right".

2. rate of fire - it is a bit fast compared with a real one, but I will take the firing performance over rate of fire any day.

This is a great model, especially if you like firing your models! Loading the mag is a bit of a pain, but a small price to pay.

Hopefully durability will be there in the long run for this model. I'm not completely convinced. Many of the parts that are spot-welded on the real steel version I think are just glued on/epoxied on the CAW due to the plastic construction of the model.

I also noticed that I can use the CAW M3A1 carts in my CAW M1A1, which is a nice bonus! I haven't tried it the other way around yet, but imagine it would work fine. The cart bodies, of course, are completely interchangeable.

First impression is I would recommend this model!

Time to get some more caps!!!!! cheers
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