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Hey guys, Long time lurker and finally realized I'd never actually made an account. I've been playing in the Northeastern US for a little over a dozen years now and working as a tech for about 7 years now. I run Arrowhead Airsoft in Wrentham, MA where I mostly work on AEGs, GBBs, and HPA platforms. Some of you may recognize me from Airsoft Society and many of the Discord Servers, where I have made every effort to help others with Tech and Gear Help from my experiences and testing.

Looking forward to finally becoming an Active Member!
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Welcome to the mental facility for airsoft sniper addicts mate ! In my early years I've been a real sniper in Bulgarian SWAT . Have "visited" Somalia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Northern Sudan and some more hot spots. 12 years ago I've lost my right leg somewhere in Northern Afghanistan and since 2011 I am "driving" my wheel chair but never gave up the Airsoft. Have good number of sniper rifles, all of them "gutted and healed" by myself ;-) I love to dig into my "babies" and there's always something to do. In the past I've been a gunsmith and technician for the National ladies target shooting teams of UAE for seven years and just can't quit. Lately I've got interest in the DMR's - being hybrid between assault weapons and snipers , the ways to build something really freaky are countless . I've just completed my second project ,and looking forward for the third one. Being a cripple I have all the time in this world, so the hobby slightly and slowly become my main activity along with feeder fishing . God to have you here ! Cheers ;-)
 

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Welcome to the forum mate.
Sad to hear about your leg.
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About the leg - the shock was in the first few weeks. After that I've accept the eye popping true and like the water always finds the way to flow thru , I begun to readapt my life , according my condition . After all I am a lucky man having my wife beside me . She saying from time to time : Don't worry George, that leg wasn't most important of your three LOL - tough chick . Here I post pics of some replicas :

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Oh man, I remember REALLY wanting that multi pump pellet rifle when I was younger, ended up with a Daisy 880 instead for various reasons.
How is it?
What FPS with what pellet?
How's accuracy?
My first experience with multi pump pneumatics was about 25 years and of course it was Crossman 1377 American classic . :) But this Umarex NXG APX is just another division . With 10 pumps it shoots 7 grain JSB Competition with 575 fps , and with the BB's goes up to 680 fps. But I never plinking with BB's as they damaging the rifled barrel . Accuracy with the JSB's at 80 feet is less than a inch ! With H&N Hammer goes at 1,5 inch . I've zeroed the laser sight at 50 feet and the scope at 80. Pumping just 4 times and plinking the cans and paper targets boringly well . Best buy for 100 $.
 

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That's not as good as I thought for power, I think that my Daisy 880 does 600 with a 7 grain pellet, but I don't buy good ammo for it so accuracy isn't the best.
You should check out the Crosman 2100, that one is actually a good deal more powerful and feels pretty good, while still being a multi pump, and isn't much more than an 880.
There's also the Benjamin multi pump that's pretty expensive, but I doubt it's worth it
 
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