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It's the same gun as the US M240 so that might give you some options from the USA.

Of course, the *best* ones here are made with mostly real parts so more like what you would consider a de-act so likely no longer shippable due to ITAR.

 

Funny the different laws, I can buy a re-worked GPMG (semi-automatic) but I can't have a live 76mm (well, not reasonably) where you have the reverse situation.

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I am also looking for a GPMG for my Saracen and Crossfire seems to be the preferred choice. But, I'm wondering what you guys think about an M240b airsoft. As Teletech points out, M240 is based on GPMG, so I think they are compatible with mounts. The model I saw here in USA is:

http://www.evike.com/products/50809/

The upside is that it shoot airsoft pellets and looks a lot more realistic. Downside is that it has a butt stock, not the sustained fire version that would be suitable for vehicle.

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I am also looking for a GPMG for my Saracen and Crossfire seems to be the preferred choice. But, I'm wondering what you guys think about an M240b airsoft. As Teletech points out, M240 is based on GPMG, so I think they are compatible with mounts. The model I saw here in USA is:

http://www.evike.com/products/50809/

The upside is that it shoot airsoft pellets and looks a lot more realistic. Downside is that it has a butt stock, not the sustained fire version that would be suitable for vehicle.

 

I have one of theses and yes it fits the mounts. I took all the heat shields off and from a distance its looks like British spec the flash idler is not right. The stock removes like the real one but it holds the battery so if you want it in SF role it could be easily done you could manufacture a butt plate.

 

Al

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