Kokusai CAR-15

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Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Cheese Man » Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:09 pm

This gun was built about 20 years ago.

Sorry abut the lighting, not as good as I had hoped. However, the gun does have realistic trades, as do the mags.

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This thing is heavy, as far as guns go. The whole thing with recoil assembly etc. is about 5-6 kg.

Haven't shot it yet, previous owner says about 60m semi-range, about 80 with a burst.
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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Saber » Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:17 pm

Here in America metric measurements are useless. :lol:
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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Cheese Man » Thu Nov 17, 2011 8:20 pm

Thanks saber. ;)

How about >60 yards, and >80 yards?
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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Saber » Thu Nov 17, 2011 11:43 pm

I understand these numbers, however I'm unsure whether 5-6kg is the weight of a bowling ball, a ping pong ball, or a slightly used duck for sale at a significantly reduced price.
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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Cheese Man » Fri Nov 18, 2011 7:52 am

Ah. 10 seconds on my trusty unit converter says 5 kg is 11 pounds, 6 kg is about 13.

So, about a bowling ball, or maybe a fat duck. ;)
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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Saber » Fri Nov 18, 2011 1:22 pm

Cheese Man wrote:Ah. 10 seconds on my trusty unit converter says 5 kg is 11 pounds, 6 kg is about 13.

So, about a bowling ball, or maybe a fat duck. ;)


But is this duck slightly used and being sold at a significantly reduced price? Also would the price of this duck be further reduced by the fact that he is overweight?
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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Cheese Man » Fri Nov 18, 2011 10:52 pm

Possibly, you would have to ask the wife. :lol:
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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Wellster » Thu Dec 29, 2011 3:47 pm

My JAC M16A2 comes in at about that with recoil weights and LRB installed.I had several chances to buy a Kokusai but didnt do it,and im kicking myself in the head for not doing it.
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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Cheese Man » Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:47 pm

I have to say, my Kokusais are the only two purchases that I never regretted for an instant. Even with just an SCS hop unit (couldn't find a CAR-15 with an LRB), they are still miles more accurate than the AEGs I have had, and the crimebuster is performing better than my BASR right now.

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Re: Kokusai CAR-15

Postby Wellster » Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:59 pm

I have two the JAC and a Marushen Tec9.I really like both,and both can dance circles around any of my aeg's.Mags however are so damned hard to find.I have four mags for my JAC and three for the Tec9 and I had to get them from Japan as it was the only place I could find them.If you can swing it,you really need to get an LRB for yours.At 85psi with mine I can reach out to 350ft+ with .4's accurately.
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