well the title says it all. i was consıderıng these two sidearms because they both run co2 but i have questıons regarding the durability of the sidearms out of the box . from what ı hear the kwc runs co2 very well but has no replacement parts. the kjw runs co2 well enough but can fail accordıng to what ı hear. aesthetics would matter as well. so post whıch ones YOU belive look better. sorry for grammar. this keyboard is missing many keys, sorry for any reading issues it may cause you.
well the title says it all. i was consıderıng these two sidearms because they both run co2 but i have questıons regarding the durability of thesef the box out . from what ı hear the kwc runs co2 very well but has no replacement parts. the kjw runs co2 well enough but can fail accordıng to what ı hear. aethetıcas would matter as well. so post whıch ones YOU belive look better. sorry for grammer. this keyboard has no comma. plUs mui gremmer is godder than urs 2
Well i guess it is isnt. Its a turkish keyboard converted from a murican one, so many of the keys are replaced with other characters. Its supposed to be used with a Bluetooth keyboard i cannot seem to find. This is being typed on my phone.
My buddy (whitewizard915) has had a KJW KP08 for several years. He runs it exclusively on Co2, and, yes, the BBU did break. He bought 3 or 4 replacement. As far as I know, he hasn't had to replace the BBU since the initial replacement.
So, yeah, the KJW will probably blow up over time, but replacement parts can be had, are easy to replace and are fairly cheap.
Last Edit: Jul 13, 2014 21:00:42 GMT -5 by Gimpalong
I'd go with the KJW every time. The KWC has few to no replacement parts available. The KJW, on the other hand, is TM compatible, so there is a walth of replacement and upgrade parts available. There are also GG/propane magazines available for it, so you can switch back and forth, propane in the summer and CO2 in the winter.
Gimp, since your friend had it break the first time he skirmished it, and after being replaced once it hasn't broken, is it possible that the original nozzle was a fluke or a lemon?
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The KJW does hold all the advantages as far as replacement parts. My buddy did try to fit a Guarder BBU as a replacement and it wouldn't fit, so he just bought KJW replacement parts which, of course, fit perfectly.
It's possible he received a lemon, but I've heard of other people having the same issue. My buddy just bought like 4 of these to replace the initial one that broke. Super cheap...
Last Edit: Jul 15, 2014 8:02:29 GMT -5 by Gimpalong