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jordanka16

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So I recently acquired a very nice FS2000, has a few of the good mods done to it but is unfired, well until today at least ;)

I have very little bullpup experience, just one mag in a tavor and I've handled an AUG, but I love this gun. It handles so nice and is very intuitive to me. Since I anticipate shooting it a fair amount I want to stock up on spare parts before you can't get them. Everywhere says get the switches so I bought 2, anyone know an approximate lifespan on these? I got a case anti return as well since it looks fragile, and some piston rings. Anyone with FS2000 experience that can recommend more parts I should stock up on?
 

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llQUOTE="Nosferatu, post: 2635375, member: 9708"]
It's expected lifespan is longer than yours. Shoot it. Love it. Don't worry about it.
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Well that's good to know, the spares are pretty cheap so they'll be nice to have anyway, thanks!
 
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llQUOTE="Nosferatu, post: 2635375, member: 9708"]
It's expected lifespan is longer than yours. Shoot it. Love it. Don't worry about it.

Well that's good to know, the spares are pretty cheap so they'll be nice to have anyway, thanks!
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Never hurts to have spare parts, gumballs happens, but don't be afraid to use it.
 

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