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Milsig K-Series MK3 CQB PRO - Pros & Cons ?

Avon

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Hi guys. I'm looking to buy the new Milsig K-Series Mk3 CQB Pro. I was just wondering if any of you guys own or have used the Milsig K-Series Mk3 CQB Pro, and can tell me any pros & cons with the gun.
Cheers.
 

Carbon Fibre Spider

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when you find out can you give me a shout too. Milsig guns are just downright awesome but all i hear is trash talk about mag fed and I run a scenario ball team...
 

RobbyT

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Lol.. Before I go into a rant just buy it!!

The first thing you will notice about them is that they are very well made.. In a way like a tippy a5.. They feel well built and when you shoot them they feel satisfying.. They are not too heavy and there accuracy with paint is very good.. The mag system is reliable and easy to use.. If you buy the one with the 13 cu tank it will shoot 5-6 mags happily.
They are easy to mod to whatever you want.. And they Have a good air efficantcy..
I you look on the tread 'lets show off out sexy guns' mine is the top picture as an idea of what you can do..
Any other questions post on here or pm me and I'll reply when I can as I'm currently on a Greece islad..
Hope it helps
 

Avon

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Sep 27, 2010
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Lol.. Before I go into a rant just buy it!!

The first thing you will notice about them is that they are very well made.. In a way like a tippy a5.. They feel well built and when you shoot them they feel satisfying.. They are not too heavy and there accuracy with paint is very good.. The mag system is reliable and easy to use.. If you buy the one with the 13 cu tank it will shoot 5-6 mags happily.
They are easy to mod to whatever you want.. And they Have a good air efficantcy..
I you look on the tread 'lets show off out sexy guns' mine is the top picture as an idea of what you can do..
Any other questions post on here or pm me and I'll reply when I can as I'm currently on a Greece islad..
Hope it helps
Thanks for all your help Rob, some good information mate, looks like this will be the marker to buy :) What about Milsig Canada not now being the main distributor, Magfedpbuk said they buy from Milsig the factory. Do you think we will be ok for spare parts , service or any warranty
issues?
 

Gadget

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Thanks for all your help Rob, some good information mate, looks like this will be the marker to buy :) What about Milsig Canada not now being the main distributor, Magfedpbuk said they buy from Milsig the factory. Do you think we will be ok for spare parts , service or any warranty
issues?
Milsig Canada were just the main distributor for Canada - now replaced with the factory supported MilsigDirect.ca. The Canadian issue didn't have any impact on other territories - with Milsigdirect distributors in both the US and EU. Plus of course Tiny stocks all the Milsig stuff in the UK.
 
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Avon

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Milsig Canada were just the main distributor for Canada - now replaced with the factory supported MilsigDirect.ca. The Canadian issue didn't have any impact on other territories - with Milsigdirect distributors in both the US and EU. Plus of course Tiny stocks all the Milsig stuff in the UK.
cool, all good then, thanks mate :)
 

RWidenbar

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Hi there, I've been looking into magfed markers over the last few weeks and concluded the Milsig-K series to be good value for money.
Can you change the barrel out on them and if so what thread?
Also can you load with First Strikes?

Cheers Richard
 

Avon

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Sep 27, 2010
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Hi there, I've been looking into magfed markers over the last few weeks and concluded the Milsig-K series to be good value for money.
Can you change the barrel out on them and if so what thread?
Also can you load with First Strikes?

Cheers Richard
A 5 threads i think, and not FS out of the box.