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Re: GSG5

Post by MrSlippyFist » 20 Nov 2008, 08:07

I talked a co-worker into getting one and he loves it. And I still get to shoot it when we go to the range.
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Re: GSG5

Post by stg2ahn » 20 Nov 2008, 15:58

http://www.gunblast.com/GSG5.htm" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
An online review of the rifle.

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Re: GSG5

Post by Wollychop » 20 Nov 2008, 17:41

I want one of these now.

Damnit.

satellite, do you have the pistol version or the rifle?

And speaking of weird stuff...

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/ViewIt ... =116123728" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

We made fun of this months ago. I wonder why it hasn't sold? :ponder:

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Re: GSG5

Post by Iggimo2 » 21 Nov 2008, 06:47

Because it is fugly and the solution to a problem that will never crop up.

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Re: GSG5

Post by Wollychop » 21 Nov 2008, 07:14

heheh no doubt. It is actually quite an abomination.

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Re: GSG5

Post by dtask » 21 Nov 2008, 15:13

I have one of these (GSG-5 rifle) that has an aluminum tri-rail forearm that I bought & modified to a solid fit. Now that the weight is even and feels right (read less plastic), it is awesome and it is my favorite plinker - dead on accurate and never hangs up. I love these firearms.

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Re: GSG5

Post by stg2ahn » 21 Nov 2008, 15:18

is changing the windage and elevation a Bitc*?
I know the diopter sights are a pain pliers or a special tool is needed to adjust the sights.

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Re: GSG5

Post by dtask » 21 Nov 2008, 17:09

The sights on the rifle are simple to adjust...now my C-More railway, well, that's another story.

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Re: GSG5

Post by cwadams70 » 29 Nov 2008, 16:17

I love my GSG. Very reliable and have yet to experience any problems. I have put approx. 1500 rds through it both HV and sub-sonic and all has cycled the gun. Surprisingly, I prefer the sub-sonic due to the decreased sound. I would recommend this as an addition to anyones collection.

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