Post by thegowchamp on Apr 15, 2012 20:18:15 GMT -5
Ok ive been talking to friends in swedan and and germany and they say they can make a coustum sniper thats not to choppy but they say that they will just add some 3rd tier parts from well and tokyo.should i trust them to build me one.
Hello, and welcome to our forums, if you take some time and look around, you will see that our community has a few basic rules laid out to make posting, and viewing easier for everyone. Mainly using proper grammar, and punctuation.
As far as your question goes, a sniper is a person, you most likely are referring to a sniper rifle. As to the main point of your question, I'm not sure what you mean by, "choppy," and "3 rd tier parts." It seems as though if they are really your friends than you have no reason not to trust them, but I think maybe you should look around and see what you want first, before you ask a question.
Post by thegowchamp on Apr 15, 2012 20:33:45 GMT -5
I am not a know-it-all about about air-soft guns so I have no idea what " 3rd tier " or " choppy " is. I am sorry if I upset you. About grammar I am incredibly sorry but most forums are not as " in your face " about using common slang terms. For that ,again, I am increasingly sorry.
I'm not sure what 3rd tier parts are either, as well as choppy, that's why I was asking you.
To be honest, if you really want a nice sniper rifle, get a Maruzen, or a Tokyo Marui, and get all the internal parts replaced with either PDI or Laylax. You can find most, if not all of these parts by visiting Airsoft Atlanta (US retailer), or Redwolf Airsoft (Asian retailer). If you have any questions regarding what type of upgrades specifically for a rifle, feel free to ask. But to ask, "Should I trust some German guy to build me a non-choppy, third tier rifle," is not very legitimate.
Post by thegowchamp on Apr 15, 2012 20:53:00 GMT -5
Most of the people i talk to either own legitimate stores or manufacturing places. This "some German" is a 36 year old air-soft enthusiast who has recently opened his second branch in Europe. I was more asking, should i trust him to follow through on my typed (or over the phone) instructions with him being far away. I was gearing this question toward someone who actually knows about foreign business's. If you can focus on that subject and give some relevant information I would love to hear your opinions.
Post by thegowchamp on Apr 15, 2012 21:04:17 GMT -5
But see what I also stated was that I have no clue about business in Europe so I could say i want an air-soft handgun and I get any gun you can shoot using your hands. ( this is just an example not a serious thought. To you lack minded forum users)
thegowchamp, we do have some minimum requirements for spelling and grammar, neither of which you're doing a great job of meeting at the moment. We don't expect perfection, but we do expect a bit more effort. It's hard for us to help you if we can't figure out what you're saying. Now, if English isn't your first language, we'll cut you a little slack, but if it is you have no good excuse.
Now, I will tell you that international shipping is usually expensive on items like that, you'd be further ahead to either learn how to do the work yourself or find a shop in the US to do it for you instead. There's plenty of reputable places all over the country and even here in Michigan that I'm sure would be happy to have your business.
Post by thegowchamp on Apr 15, 2012 21:26:08 GMT -5
Thor I have recently started working on my spelling thank you for being nice about. I actually learned British Modernized English first then American Standard English so it is hard to transition sometimes but not too hard.