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Ok here are some pictures of real sterling next to s&t sterling (airsoft) magazines

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Mag release button the s&t with a cast of a real sterling one 3286db73d3cd6070d56b3d7b65f95bcb.jpg

Both s&t and a sds laying next to each other be8cfbe45192b84dbc46b67a4368b980.jpgas you can see there is a lot of differences in the handles and in the folding butt stock

 

Also the power cylinders these are both been scaled to each blaster b5e766bc7af38bdac700a6bb67816211.jpg when I first looked at making these I scaled the sizing off the magazine release button and could clearly see the G of the sterling stamped in the mag housing 81d5f01a0a207f98f402d85168268cc4.jpg which I had taken at CE3 middle of last year 6a22990694ca2016360543efe4e29411.jpg

 

 

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Here are some pictures of the handles d5217e0c976ee44fd056a8bde238a363.jpg2c9b5bcb6813d0773ef5c797a552c7dc.jpg

And side on left and right views eedd49877c4068178c57eb95a8b1164f.jpg4631d94c495f6e240f514d4c3a73a5c5.jpg

 

 

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Get a decommissioned sterling is expensive and extremely difficult, so i ask, is it better to buy the S&T sterling or the S&T E-11.

Better in the sense of money and screen accuracy

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It really depends on you as the S&t e11 still needs work doing to it T tracks and the counter and scope or the s&t stirling as your need to buy all the parts it really depends on what level of Accuracy you’re looking for if your looking at resin parts for the T tracks,scope,counter and power cylinders or the real deal I personally got the sterling and got the parts and made it my own


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The downside of airsoft is that you still have that opening on the bottom of a pistol grip.  I have a de-ac airsoft and to be honest, it really does bug me. I've been trying to sell the think for years, but so far no takers.

 

I think if you really want a de-activated, you should just save up and get the real thing if you want to be 100% accurate, but if not then the airsoft is not a bad option and on the plus the weight helps add to the realism.

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Here in the uk the air soft costs as nearly much as a deactived stirling but I would personally have the real stirling as it’s a far superior blaster than the s&t and to be honest there isn’t mush difference in the weight the stirling is still heavier only a little though


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