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finn1016



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PostSubject: UTG M324   Sun Feb 10, 2008 9:38 pm

Aren't I original? I recently bought one from the AirsoftGI boneyard not really knowing what to expect... it arrived in exactly one week, already together.

First impression....
Does it shoot? was my first question. sure enough it shot my high polished BB's. But of course i inspected the outside first. It's quite solid, with the exception of the butt (which creaks like a cyma Beretta 93) ok that was an exaggeration, but i like a solid gun. So it looks like i get to play with some expansion foam Very Happy. After 3 days i couldn't take it any more... Teflon Mod time!!! that was quick and somewhat painless, it takes one wrap on the barrel and two on the Hop-Up attachment. Bear in mind the Hop-up unit in this gun has 0- wiggle room so it is rough to put back together, but not exceedingly difficult. The teflon mod helps with power. i'm able to hit torso sized targets around 60 yards which means 2 things; it is fairly accurate stock (once again not insanely) and I'm a really adaptive shot... the internals are sturdy, the gun is sturdy. all in all i give it a 7/10 stock with teflon mod a 7.5/10. once i really upgrade it i hope to have a solid gun. I'll keep you posted on the upgrade work...
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PostSubject: Re: UTG M324   Wed Mar 12, 2008 5:04 pm

7/10??? What are you comparing it to? I have the gun and I don't know about 7/10
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PostSubject: Re: UTG M324   Mon Mar 31, 2008 4:32 pm

for the price I paid yes...
It is no Atoz SVD, or for that matter a bar-10. (both of which i enjoy)
but it is a consistent rifle, and a fun shop gun; I bought it as a shop gun soit fits my purpose. By the time I'm done with it, it'll be above (hopefully), BAR-10 caliber.
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