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I'm really happy with this rifle's accuracy for a blowback repeater....from 25 feet.
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This is tempting me....

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Here's my Modified steel force in action

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This is a Baikal(Russia) Drozd BB Gun. Although it may not be a true replica of any firearm that I am aware of, it is a very good shooter. It fires .177 lead BB's but I don't have any of those and so I use plain steel BB's. It is select-fire with a choice of 1,3 or 6 round bursts. The rate of fire is also selectable from 300,450 and 600 rounds per minute. The best setting is of course 6@600. There are parts you can buy to make it fire full auto but I kept mine in stock condition. I can almost simulate full auto by pressing the trigger repeatedly in 6 round bursts. It empties its 30 BB magazine quickly. In 6 round bursts, that is only five trigger pulls. There is a newer version called the blackbird with a 300 round electric hopper magazine which is also fun but much more bulky and weird looking. The trigger is actually just an electrical switch that activates a solenoid that acts like a hammer to hit the CO2 valve in the magazine. It has a light pull but does not really feel like a trigger-much like the electric airsoft triggers. It shines best in fast multi-target drills and just peppering cans with steel-something that airsoft cannot do. A quick and easy way to increase its power is to replace one(or two) of its six AA batteries with those 3volt rechargeable ones. With this, one can go from about 350 fps to consistently over 400 fps. Of course you will also blow off more CO2 and thus shoot less than the average of 60 to 80 shots per CO2. This model is already discontinued so the blackbird version is all that's available.
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11/13/16
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This is an Umarex Steel Force select-fire BB machine gun. This comes from the factory with a selector for semi-auto as well as six-round burst of .177 steel BB's. I modified mine to fire in true full-auto mode while still retaining the semi-auto function. It is fairly accurate for plinking cans and destroying anything that a steel BB travelling at 380-400 fps can destroy. It is loud and fun to shoot but mine was fragile. It is great when it works but I have to constantly take it apart for repair/trouble shooting. The conversion to full auto is a complex procedure and not for a person who is not good with tools/mechanical tinkering. The firing mechanism is similar to an open-bolt system used in real select-fire weapons.

Here's a video of mine in action::

https://m.youtube.com/?reload=7&rdm=28xrbn3zy#/watch?v=SNTRaHzD3e8
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11/6/16
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This is a Daisy Powerline 93. It is a replica of a Smith and Wesson model 659 (9mm). This is a basic BB repeater with a very long and heavy trigger pull. This is the most difficult to shoot among all those in my collection. It is a replica only in appearance because many parts are just molded into the plastic and thus are non-functional. It is interesting that Daisy decided to add a grip safety that takes a bit of force to activate- this is absent on the real Smith and Wesson pistol but is most notably found on a model 1911 pistol.
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11/5/16
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This is a Winchester Model 14, an M-14 Replica. It came with a fake looking plastic faux-wood stock which I quickly painted over. It fires .177 pellets or BB's from a rotary type stick magazine. Accuracy is good with about dime sized groups from 10 meters. Trigger pull is long/repeater-type even though it is supposed to be a blowback system. It's difficult to attach a scope to since the dimensions are not to military specifications and it is entirely made of plastic. I shoot better groups with the iron sights so the scope is just for show.
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Here's an HK MP5K by Umarex. 40 round magazine and the plastic used is of good quality. I like how the stock folds to the side and the locking mechanism used. The charging handle does not really do anything but it is nice to pretend and it makes a satisfying sound as well as actually opening the ejection port. The trigger is the only disappointment because it is typical long,hard BB repeater type and there is no way to convert this to full auto or even just burst fire. It's a very good replica for show and tell. Accurate enough for plinking cans. If you're into the MP5 series, this is the iconic SMG replica BB gun to get.
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10/16/16
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