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Triumph,  you got it bad, twice!  New to airsoft AND you got one of the best guns on the market?  Whoo...you're going to have a ball!

I know what you mean when you talk about anticipation.  After I ordered mine from AirsoftGI, it's all that I would talk about with my team.  When I got first got my Trident SPR (good choice, BTW) I literally took it everywhere with me.  I'd put it in my trunk when I would leave and then put it in my closet when I got back home.  Strange activity, I know.  I think I had a Gollum moment.  I may or may not have uttered "my precious" a couple of times before I came to my senses.

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I have a major modding issue. Bought a new motorcycle in 2013 and im still buying parts for it. I figured if we're getting into airsoft I might as well buy something that i won't feel the need to drop hundreds on modding because it doesn't perform the way i want. Saves the money for all the extra externals i know I'll have to buy.
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Another New Jersey airsofter! And on top of that, In My Sights is the only store I will go to, Jim is the absolute best. My friend goes to Maryland and knows a few guys that airsoft and he asked me to go with them once, I wonder if it was your son. Best of luck with the guns, you will love them
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Another New Jersey airsofter! And on top of that, In My Sights is the only store I will go to, Jim is the absolute best. My friend goes to Maryland and knows a few guys that airsoft and he asked me to go with them once, I wonder if it was your son. Best of luck with the guns, you will love them


Jimmy is great.  I'm hooked.  Went back and bought more stuff today.  My wife is going to kill me :-).

Couldn't have been my son he's here with us in Jersey (only 13 and with any luck will go to Rutgers).  Son and wife were just in Maryland for the football game.

My son knew we were getting the guns so it's not a Christmas surprise.  Wifey doesn't know he knows we were getting them so when she goes out we run to the basement and shoot them a bit.  Can't wait till Christmas gets here so we can field them.  Jim gave us a 2 person all day pass to Skirmish so we'll get them sighted in maybe go indoor at airsoft factory to make sure they are all set right then head there.  All fired up and can't wait.
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So I got my CRB a couple weeks ago, and I love it. I do have a couple of questions though.

1. Is it 100% milspec?

2. How do I fix the stock wobble, its the only thing I dont like.

3. What attachments do you guys recommend? I would like high quality but reasonably priced. I am not looking for functionality but purely for looks. (Names of pistol grips, stocks, sights, forward grips, flash hiders, etc.)

Thanks for responding! I love my gun!
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Not the best place to post this question.  

In terms of the stock tube, it's not mil-spec but rather Marui spec.  And for the record, even real fire-arms stock can be wobble and there is a reason for avoiding dirts trapped in between. 


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Sorry, I didn't know where else to ask. Any idea where this topic would be appropriate?
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Sorry, I didn't know where else to ask. Any idea where this topic would be appropriate?


Not a problem.  Just want people to know this thread is for new owner introduce themselves.  If you got a question on your Trident M4, you can post them here.

http://krytac.forumchitchat.com/?forum=385106
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Just got my trident spr today from evike.com. Will get to test it out this saturday. I did notice the formentioned stock and mag wobble most people have commented on but no biggy as long as the gun performs well.
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@gdchief56

We had a conversation about the stock wobble here if you are interested:

http://krytac.forumchitchat.com/post/wobble-in-the-stock-7200510?pid=1285361878#post1285361878


there is supposed to be stock wobble, it is normal even in real steel guns.
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I bought my Krytac SPR on black friday for $275[wink] I LOVE it so far. The ROF and trigger response on a 9.6v is incredible! I have yet to use it in a game, but I have very high hopes for it. 
My only gripe is the pistol grip, which I found very uncomfortable. I definitely think you guys should change it, or make your own custom grip. Also maybe they should come with KeyMod rail segments. Its kind of a pain to buy those separately, but none of those cons should deter anyone from buying on of your rifles. I highly recommend!
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I swapped my grip to a magpul pts moe grip. I use them on all my guns because i find the stock grips to be very uncomfortable as well. They actually do some serious wear on the middle finger because of the bump. Keep in mind though, that if anyone does try to use the same grip as me, you do have to grind/wear down sections of the bottom plate in order to get it to fit and adjust motor height. Else, the plastic just hits the motor and it will not function. (at least in my experience with my crb and my sr10)
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I bought my Krytac SPR on black friday for $275[wink] I LOVE it so far. The ROF and trigger response on a 9.6v is incredible! I have yet to use it in a game, but I have very high hopes for it. 
My only gripe is the pistol grip, which I found very uncomfortable. I definitely think you guys should change it, or make your own custom grip. Also maybe they should come with KeyMod rail segments. Its kind of a pain to buy those separately, but none of those cons should deter anyone from buying on of your rifles. I highly recommend!


Wow.. where did you get yours for $275?  That's a steal for SPR.


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I meant to say that in the original post...oops. But anyways, I bought it from "Airsoft 'R US" out of NC. FANTASTIC customer service and I HIGHLY recommend them if any of you are on the East Coast.
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I swapped my grip to a magpul pts moe grip. I use them on all my guns because i find the stock grips to be very uncomfortable as well. They actually do some serious wear on the middle finger because of the bump. Keep in mind though, that if anyone does try to use the same grip as me, you do have to grind/wear down sections of the bottom plate in order to get it to fit and adjust motor height. Else, the plastic just hits the motor and it will not function. (at least in my experience with my crb and my sr10)


Any chance of just grinding off the bump on the grip? Not sure if the bump is solid or will you get a hole there if you cut it off. 

I also picked up my LMG on black friday, $425. Was thinking about a CRB, but hard to pass $75 off on the Shrike. 
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