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Buckling spring edition

>Buyer's template:
>Where to Buy:
>Use the buyer's template
>Keyset wiki

>> No.57075167

What switches should I get on a small board?

>> No.57075282

Topre or MX Clear

>> No.57075440

Did you paint that case?

>> No.57075459

I did

>> No.57075469

what color pbt spacebar goes with black hhkb?

>> No.57075541


>> No.57075560

I already have a board with mx clear and i cant buy topre switches

>> No.57075631

i just unboxed my corsair k70 lux rgb with cherry mx browns 10 mins ago
i like it so far
did i fuck up?

>> No.57075668

I personally don't like MX Browns, and I wouldn't buy my keyboard from corsair. But if you like it that's really all that matters.

>> No.57075908

where can I get some nice orange/white/black caps

>> No.57075936

should i buy with red ctrl and blue esc?

>> No.57076157


>> No.57076374
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Hello guys
I have been eyeing mechanical keyboard for years
now I feel like finally buying one

because eastern europe, I have very limited options to choose from
also I dont want to feel stupid for overpaying
so quickfire is my most likely main option

is there some guide in to quickfires?
I see in our shops many possible variants
will check them out one by one I guess, like I did few months back already

also tenkeyless or not
I am kinda not really decided here, I kinda noticed that I would likely benefit from it when typing
I often feel like my keyboard is bit off to the left, pushed by its length...
but I also am kinda used to using numpad for numbers... I assume I will adjust when no numpad, but am kinda worried taking that jump

switches I am going for brown
seems to be liked, got tactile which I think is part of having the mecha keyboard
and they are not as loud as blue

What about cheap khali or whatever switches?
anything worldwide available and not total shit and for significantly cheaper?

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>tfw finnish
>tfw can't ebay keycaps because I need moonrune keys

>> No.57076576
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opinion on Logitech G610?

>> No.57076594

There you go friendsky


>> No.57076645

sorry, I am not having giant lolita text on my keyboard

>> No.57076758

It's a 9/10 keyboard.
Your loss

>> No.57076834

I could tape it over I guess

>> No.57076849

hey a keyboard of yours I actually like
apart from the paintjob, that's kinda shoddy
USB / PS2 modded?

>> No.57076872

Internal Xwhatsit controller is installed so yup it's USB.

The paint job looks flawless in person

>> No.57076906

gotta do what you like, I'm a fan of the discolored beige look myself
bought from someone pre-installed?

>> No.57076931
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Non-standard stabilizer placement, don't get it.

>> No.57076958

Yeh it came modified to ANSI with an internal xwhatsit controller installed. It's from the same guy (joe) that is selling the new model f reproduction keyboards. I bought the industrial SSK from him too.

>> No.57077045

cool, seen those and thought about getting one
nice to hear that they seem to be competent

>> No.57077082

They're still in production. I have an F62 Kishsaver and an F77 on order and both will be delivered in January so if you want one order it asap otherwise you'll have to buy one in the last production round which can take like another year to get a hold of the board. They are ridiculously expensive though

>> No.57077478


What sort of switch do you even want? Tactile/linear?

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Buckling spring edition you say

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>> No.57077896

Hey guys have you a very simple compact keyboard and cheap ?

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Why yes, I do.

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some advice please, where could I pick up two blank DSA key caps with homerow bumps as shown in pic?

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some advice please, where could I pick up two blank DSA key caps with homerow bumps as shown in pic?

>> No.57078177

From signature plastics themselves.

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Ordered this for my secondary brown mx keyboard, fuck i hate shipping from china

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>> No.57078962


is that just a screenshot of this video?

>> No.57078970

Chyrosran22 is that you

>> No.57079005

What keyboard will make me go


>> No.57079042

IBM Model M

>> No.57079059
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Anyone have any idea what keyboard this is? I saw it on the lol world championship stream. It belongs to one of the players on team SSG

>> No.57079095

Cherry G80-1800, most likely.

>> No.57079213

Absolute cheapest 60% or lower? does not have to be cherry mx

>> No.57079281

It's too bad it doesn't have the split right shift, but it's hard to find that in Matias Quiet under 200$.
The price doesn't seem unreasonable. The brand comes up on Massdrop sometimes, and I hear they have some mild QC issues. In fact, that keyboard but with backlight and only Cherry Switches is on Massdrop right now for 90$+ shipping (+11$ for MX clears).

The Infinity 60% is available there, and you can get the split shift and such, but once you add keycaps it's even more expensive, around 140$ delivered. Reviews are pretty positive, but I have no idea if the production run will be worth it.

>> No.57080157

There's the kbp v60 on massdrop right now for $90.

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What switches are these? Made my a norwegian company from the 80s to 95 ca, i cant seem to find any information

>> No.57080287

Lift off a keycap and take a closeup of the switch itself m8.

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>> No.57081405

opinion on the das keyboard?

>> No.57081422

Retard who ruined that keyboard.

>> No.57081465

its shit

>> No.57081492
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>wanting to buy an IBM AT
>keep finding sellers from time to time
>always the same bullshit
>"Hello, what does it come with?"
>"Everything, all that I bought it with in the late 80's, well, except keyboard.."
>"I see, lost the keyboard uh? Sucks."
>"Oh no, some kid bought it for 80 bucks! First I thought he wanted the whole computer, but then he said he would trash it if he had to take everything."
>"Alright, I was just going to ask about the price, so 80 is fine?"
>"80 seems a little low? I mean if the keyboard alone is 80?"

>> No.57081714

Do you guys ever get worried the way keyboard are positions that you will develop caral tunnel due to the positioning of the wrists?

>> No.57081728

How much do you think is a reasonable price to pay for a Model M? Is eBay the best place to buy one? Is this a bad first-purchase for a faggot who has never used a mech keyboard and wants to fall for the meme?

>> No.57081746

80 for an original one

no, i type with my penor

>> No.57081757

>80 for an original one
Good luck, 80 would be real cheap find.
At least $150-$200.

>> No.57081822

You can buy a Unicomp Model M brand new with no wear and tear for $84. There's no reason to spend more than $60 on an old Model M unless you're a collector and it has some rare/special pedigree.

>> No.57081834

We are talking about original Model M's, not cheapo remakes.

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Why would anyone want a two decade old keyboard anyways for their computer?
There are much cheaper and better mechanical keyboards nowadays and I'm not talking about those shitty chink ones or arduino driven hack jobs.

>> No.57081909

Have you EVER typed on a buckling spring keyboard? I don't dig it personally, but a model F(and to a lesser extend also a model M) has an incredibly unique typing experience, unmatched by any modern keyboard I can think of.

Is that a Red Scarf II? How's it? Was tempted to join the drop but I'd rather wait for the whitefox to be available again later this year.

>> No.57081922

>unmatched by any modern keyboard I can think of.
false, just being a delusional faggot

>> No.57081932

Model F's don't work with new computers, unless you destroy it, then you're a fucking idiot.

Also, F and M use the same switches, only difference is how they are connected.

>> No.57081947

Early versions were okay. Current is both bad and would be overpriced if it weren't.

>> No.57081953

>"I don't dig it personally"
>just being a delusional faggot
>still not giving me any keyboards that feel like the model F's capacative buckling springs

I do like your projection, but maybe it's time to stop posting now, newfriend.

Yes, both use buckling springs. However, the model F uses capacative buckling springs, while the model M uses a membrane version.

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The white caps are from an ancient Cherry Keyboard, and their texture is much better than the original ones on this keyboard. I would have put in more white caps, but they're slightly lower than the black ones and would make the backlighting (even more) pointless.

>> No.57081965

>However, the model F uses capacative buckling springs, while the model M uses a membrane version.

Didn't I just tell you that?

>> No.57082050
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Any good keyboard with a similar design to the Razer Blackwidow Chroma? My sister wants one, but I keep telling her that Razer doesn't make that Razer doesn't make that good stuff. It should preferably be available with a Nordic layout, US-QWERTY is fine since EURkey exists.

>> No.57082064

ducky one TKL or CM Masterkeys Pro S?

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>My sister wants one
Sure thing bro.


>> No.57082110
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You don't.

Unless you're a hipster fag.

It's sad but true, hope it dies out soon.

>> No.57082113

No, she apparently wants to have a numpad on the keyboard. The Ducky One is available with one, but she doesn't like the design. She sorta likes the Coolermaster, which is available with a numpad, but it isn't PS/2.
I already have a Leopold FC900 with Granite keycaps.

>> No.57082174

You could look at completed auctions on ebay.

I personally love my buckling springs and dread having to work away from home because it means using different switches. A Model M was my first mech, and no other switch I've tried has lured me away, despite the incredibly funky old school vibe on a Model M. But you have to remember they're about as extreme a mech as a mech can get. A buckling spring is louder and heavier than nearly any other switch (it about matches a cherry green for actuation force).

You might try r/mechmarket on reddit, but I think aside from that ebay is your best choice.

The 1391401 is extremely common and slightly more robust than the 42H1292 (mostly, the metal backplate and plastic case were both thicker). I've seen them for 80$ on ebay used but working, though you never have an idea of what kind of use they went through. Model Ms are durable and repairable, but not immortal.

The Unicomp Classic is 84$, and is literally a Model M 42H1292 in everything but branding. The Ultra Classic is the same guts in a slightly slimmer case. There might be some tiny differences in the internals (different strength springs, for instance), but otherwise they're the same, so look at the price and think about what you'd pay for a used version of that.
You can get them in the sweet as shit EnduraPro version which is an ultra classic with a clit mouse for 115$.

The IBM Space Saving Keyboard or Model M Mini is my main. A TKL based on the same tooling that made the 1391401. They seem to all be around 180$ now. I got mine for 100$ but that was years ago. I would jump at sub 150$ to get a back-up if I could justify it right now.
(note, NOT, the Space Saver, or M4, which use rubber sleeves)
I really wish I knew why Unicomp doesn't make a buckling spring TKL. They made the M4s.

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Anyone know where i can get this keyset? Pmk only sells individual keys for them

>> No.57082208

>Leopold FC900
>Excellent for gaming
>sister XDD

>> No.57082209

Its called symbiosis btw

>> No.57082210

There are also still some Model Fs around. A quick glance says around 100$ too. The thing to be careful of is getting some weirdo terminal board that needs an expensive hardware converter to work with modern computers. Model Fs are all older, but the design of the switch on them (capacitive vs membrane buckling spring) is actually more durable than the version on the Model M.The spring is also thinner, meaning lower actuation force for the keys; around 60cn instead of 85cn (cherry clear or black vs cherry green); and yet it's also slightly louder. Even the ones that work with PCs (AT jacks) tend to have weird layouts.

I love the weight of the M's keys, so that's a big part of why I stay with them, but I've been contemplating buying a Model F and seeing if I could get heavier springs for it. They're longer than the Model M springs so I don't think I could just swap them.

On the plus side, the keys for the Models M and F should be mostly interchangeable, so you could get replacements from Unicomp if you wanted.

>> No.57082213

>You could look at completed auctions on ebay.
Why oh why do you idiots even use eBay? You're the ones who inflate the damn price, fucking hipster pieces of shit.

>> No.57082229

>A quick glance says around 100$ too.
kek got a model F with a IBM XT for $30

>> No.57082232

I was gonna get that one, but I was too late, so I got the Granite set instead.

>> No.57082241

It has brown MX switches, and the keycaps I use are DSA, not so good for gaming.

>> No.57082268

Finding a 104key with cherry mx clears for relatively cheap is impossible

>> No.57082269

>MX Brown
>implying DSA keycaps are any different on the top
>implying Browns are not just a matter of preference, mostly hand and finger size
whatever helps you sleep at night bro
your faggy attraction to your keyboard is actually worse than the average /v/ermin

>> No.57082337

Technically, carpal tunnel syndrome is a specific kind of repetitive strain injury (RSI), and is almost only produced by twisting motions. Assembly line workers that had to screw parts together were the largest pool of sufferers.

Poor hand posture causes what are technically other kinds of RSI (usually just called wrist or forearm tendonitis or tendonosis).

I don't fear that I'll develop a hand RSI from my keyboard because I learned correct touch typing and keep my wrists as straight as possible while typing, generally moving only from the shoulder and elbow. The most important thing is to not let your palms rest below the keyboard while you're moving your fingers. Wrists bent back while using your fingers is the fast track to pain town.
For this reason, my keyboard is at the edge of my desk, so there's on temptation to develop a bad habit.

>> No.57082368
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Straight outta /csg/

>> No.57082383

>csg keyboard
not sure if bait or serious

>> No.57082566
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Those are keycaps.
Sorry I spent less than $80

>> No.57082609


Model Fs have individually mounted switches and the spring and hammer design is different (Model F hammers are hueg), giving them bassier sound and more tactile punch.

This is even before considering the capacitve PCB vs membrane sheets.

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>> No.57083496

As long as you enjoy it that's all that matters ya goofball

>> No.57083509

How is kbp compared to pok3r

>> No.57083604
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so i just broke my Ducky Shine 3.

plz recommend me some good and waterproof replacement. no custom

>> No.57083709

Any advice on wireless/bluetooth mechanical keyboard?

>> No.57083733


Filco Minila Air or HHKB BT.

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Gonna plastidip my Model F soon.

>> No.57083751

DSA is perfectly fine for gaming though?

>> No.57083814

Looking for a cheap 60%, was looking at the Anne pro. Any suggestion?

>> No.57083898

Basically this if you want a wireless 60%. As long as you don't mind the nonstandard z row staggering (which is more ergonomic) on the Minila Air.
If you want something larger then go for a Filco Convertible.

>> No.57084014

are there any laptops with mechanical keyboard switches?

>> No.57084295

Retard who doesn't like black and white colour scheme.

>> No.57084308

thanks - exactly what I was looking for

>> No.57084313
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Do it anon!

Nice F-122 btw, I love mine

>> No.57084627
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Yeah some Asus or MSI expensive ones, but they are all over 2000 dollars

>> No.57084665

yeah I don't have the money for that, or the ambition to look like a spoiled manchild in public. Would be really neat to just have one on a business model

>> No.57084738
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the problem with mechanical switches is that you need a long enough distance for the actuation mechanism. With a membrane since the actuation is at the bottom you can have it as short as you want

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>> No.57084944

I don't mind a bigger laptop, just could do without the insane gpus and childish design

>> No.57085002
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In use every day at work (just the keyboard, I don't use the mouse but keep it because it matches).

>> No.57085096

Its a shame these keyboards have gotten so much more expensive. About two years ago I bought a Grey badge model M on eBay for 60 bucks. Most of them sold for around 50 but I wanted one in good condition. Now days if you want one you have to pay about $80

>> No.57085098
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I bought this one only because it was cheap as fuck and I wanted to get into the mechanical keyboard meme. What do you guys think?

>> No.57085119


Yeah, for the money I'd probably buy something else.

This one was free; I found it cleaning out a storage closet after I took the job with another one still in the box.

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yell it has cheap build quality and that really all there is to say. Most likely you might have some inconsistencies between the keys and the poor quality keycaps will end up with shine.

>> No.57085186


>> No.57085195

Also I'm looking at some of the 80 buck ones on ebay and they are terrible condition. The one I bought the guy had taken the keycaps off and cleaned the keyboard, he cleaned the case, and he used packing soft foam for the shipping. These don't look like they are worth 40 bucks with their missing and dirty keys

>> No.57085413
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What do you think about this?

>> No.57085479

that enter key will make it really hard to find replacement keycaps for the poor quality ones that will degrade pretty rapidly.

>> No.57085522

is this not cheaper?


>> No.57085527

It's adequate. Caps get a yucky shine but remain legible, blacks were too heavy4me (Can't remember what else it comes in?)

Fine for using, shit for ricing.

>> No.57085672

i bought it when it was released when i also knew nothing about mech keyboards, i hated to linear switches and the low quality printing on the keycaps, but it was really cheap so i did not really expect so much

6/10 would not recommend for typing
7/10 for gaming

>> No.57085805
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There are now better keyboards for the same price like Rosewill and especially Ducky

>> No.57085830

Unicomp sell brand new original IBM model m's for 80 dollars.

>> No.57085877

>extra volumes 7, 9 and 10
>volume X bundled with extra 10
Explain this.

>> No.57085908
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I literally just saw nichijou in the shelf at book-off and grabbed all of it.

>> No.57086003

but they are the cheapo plastic ones, why pay that much when I bought mine with metal plates for $60 and was in excellent condition.

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What do you mean cheapo plastic? They use the exact same molding method and platic, it feels exactly the same

>> No.57086053

All original IBM Model M's and Unicomp Model M's use metal back plates, some are just thicker than others.

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>> No.57086133

I hate this meme

>> No.57086271


>> No.57086425
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Why is it a meme?

>> No.57086508
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oooooo very nice
Joe Stran is that you

>> No.57086658

I really like that white and grey keyboard, mind telling me what you've got going on there?

>> No.57086946


Where did you get your PC keycaps from?
I've taken my numpad keys from my ATPC Model F.

>> No.57087006

The keycaps on that model f are a mixture of the original terminal caps and some keycaps I had spare which will have been from other model m's. Regular unicomp keycaps will also work on it - except for the space bar.

>> No.57087257

I got some classic cherry keyboard for free, the G80-3000

This is pretty cool but I'm pretty bad at touchtyping. I'm fine with lowercase letters but I choke with anything else. Any recommendations?

>> No.57087260

Not him but its the TADA 68. The second round has ended already, but hopefully in 10 months time you can get one. They cost around 80-100 depending on the options

>> No.57087273


This should help

>> No.57087631

Any way I could find out when they'll be back up?

>> No.57087867

I have a Novatouch keyboard I'm looking to sell. Should I try sell it to someone here from 4chan or just use the local ebay variant in my country? The keycaps are UK iso, and I live in Denmark, so I dunno if I'll have much luck selling it here unless I put on some of my other keycap sets.

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Guess what just came in the mail /mkg/

>> No.57088249

put it up on the deskthority market place


>> No.57088266

their website

>> No.57088284

here is their blog

>> No.57088388

Where do you guys get these kinds of keyboards? Do you build them yourselves?

>> No.57088411


>> No.57088522


These wont be delivered until January, they are still in production.

>> No.57088610

> 252$

>> No.57088655
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hey its a rare keyboard only 50 something kishsaver keyboards were ever made

>> No.57088705

Does anyone have an opinion on the Logitech G610?

I am quite interested indeed

>> No.57088738

desu is a great board for gaming. 7.5/10 would recommend

>> No.57088758

how about for general typing? furthermore, do you know any similar keyboards that you would recommend more-so?

>> No.57088759

the non standard bottom will make replacing the keycaps a chore, buts it an okay-ish keyboard.

>> No.57088769
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Model M 122-key reporting for duty

>> No.57088807

then i'll better make sure I don't need to replace them.

I was thinking on taking the browns (I know, babby etc.).

considering I am not too obsessed about keyboards and am only switching because I want to get the international US layout (currently using italian), is that a wise pick?

>> No.57088808

non-standard bottom row and non-standard stabilizer placement. Don't bother if you plan on ever replacing the keycaps.

>> No.57088864

I'm not a fan of brown switches as they are pretty underwhelming. The tactile feedback they have is terrible compared to the other switches. Now they keycaps will end up with shine like >>57085160 if you use them. If you want a cheap keyboard with dedicated media keys then I guess you can go for it. Personally I would go with Duck One since its a little bit more expensive and has much better build quality and more features as well. It has dedicated volume switches, but playback is done with function macros.

>> No.57088993

Thoughts on corsair K70 lux red led?

I got it a few days ago as my first mechanical keyboard, I really like it. Mine is with red switches for gaymen. Still not used to it though, I make mistakes and sometimes accidentally press keys. The wrist rest it comes with is great, feels really good.

What I'm not sure about is that the space bar is textured. I hope it doesn't become smooth where I press it but it probably will with time. They also give you a bunch of textured keycaps which is nice I guess, I don't use them.

Also, keep in mind I couldn't find ducky or similar in my shithole cunt, so I had to choose from mainstream keyboards.

>> No.57089102

looks like you should have went with a heavier switch like black. Why not get a keyboard with that since black are the cheapest of all the cherry switches. All those old cash registers used to have blacks in them, heck my police station threw away their old mechanical keyboards that had cherry blacks. I'm absolutely positive you can pick one up used for under 20 bucks or whatever currency you use. Of course it won't be fancy, but it will have much better build quality compared to the k70

>> No.57089268

Recommendation plz
Budget: cheap as possible, 100$ max
Location: Denmark, Europe
Preferred switch type: tactile, hard, don't care about sound, can be comfy
layout: iso preferred, ansi is fine
form factor: has to be 100%
backlight: I'd prefer not to have it backlit.

if a 100$ one absolutely does not exist with these specs I'd like to know what the cheapest one is.

>> No.57089388

the cheapest mechanical keyboard that you can get are the Chinese ones off of aliexpress or banggood. But I assume you want something better like Ducky

>> No.57089436

If I am to replace, say, Gateron Green's spring with a spring from Clear will I get a 35g tactile switch that works perfectly fine?

>> No.57089473

yes plenty of people do it, heck they even sell springs by themselves

>> No.57089565

Check coolermaster, de har nogle gode mekaniske med dansk layout også.

>> No.57089766
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the fuck is up with this key layout?!? why are the keys like ?/, <> etc upside down? wtf

>> No.57089774

Hvor mye?

>> No.57089793

Are you drunk?

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>> No.57089843

Because the LEDs are on top

>> No.57089844

They aren't upside down, What are you talking about?

>> No.57089856

look at it goddamn,

the ? is under the /

it is supposed to be above it

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>> No.57089865


the number row is upside down ergo it's some retarded aesthetics decision

>> No.57089876


It's not like it will function any differently because of the keycaps looking like that

>> No.57089882

and what does that have to do with anything?

>> No.57089894

It will confuse the fuck out of anyone looking at them.

>> No.57089900

Holy shit you retard.
I understood what you meant >>57089843
They put the primary keys on top because the LEDs are on top. If they placed it normally, the secondary keys would be brighter since they would be closer to the LEDs.

>> No.57089909

does that mean that the defaults are inverted as well? do I need to type shift for / or for ?

it's fucking retarded desu.

>> No.57089913

I think >>57089843 is right. The figure that is illuminated by the LED is the one that is on top and is the one that show up when pressed.

>> No.57089916

>Metric ton of 60% and sub 60 kits and standalone plates being sold
>Several TKL projects
>Not a single full-size DIY kit

>> No.57089929

>>Not a single full-size DIY kit
well there are those Korean group buys, but they are very expensive.

>> No.57089930

ah ok now I get it...

still fucking retarded if you ask me, just turn the leds on the other side like LMAO such retards amirite

>> No.57089931

Of course not, that's not how things work in the first place.

sure, it's not the best aesthetic choice, especially for backlighting since the lower legend will be practically darkened out, but I don't see how that'd actually confuse anyone.

>> No.57089934

I bought it for about 100 gbp, so was thinking like 80 gbp.

>> No.57089944

>I don't see how that'd actually confuse anyone
It just did >>57089909

>> No.57089947

meant to to link you: >>57089934

>> No.57089956

Let me correct myself.

I don't see how that'd confuse anyone with an IQ that exceeds the typical temperature of a room.

>> No.57089993

right, because there is no reason why aside from the other 90 different keyboard layouts this one might not be the standard us keyboard...

I am currently typing on a italian keyboard, my laptop has a belgian keyboard, they are completely different.

In the light of this fact I don't see why my question was stupid, unless you are an inbred american who has no perception of the outside world and who's never even conceived the possibility of there being different layouts.

>> No.57090014

I sure am glad that I'm not retarded as you

>> No.57090021

you are missing out on a PhD

>> No.57090033
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I'm using US ANSI on some variation of german ISO right now.

The keyboard layout is handled by the OS, so I don't really see what you're on about.

>> No.57090036

I'm not lol

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I conceive, you are such masterminds.

Oh what a shame that I was fooled by a company deciding to seemingly randomly switch the position of the keys without knowing the technical aspects of the sub-key LED configurations.

I truly am lower than a worm

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Good to see that you have come to your senses, now do me a favor and never post here again

>> No.57090100

Most of my keyboard is from /csg/ stuff. It's a GH60, the only thing that's not /csg/ are my keycaps. Am I not allowed to be serious?

>> No.57090126
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I'm fairly sure that the electrical engineers at logitech are aware of the technical aspects of those LEDs, it's just that whoever designed the keycaps was an idiot.

Now, how some minor change in how the legends on the keycaps are placed could confuse anyone is still beyond me.

>> No.57090128

go find a dick and choke on it

>> No.57090156

it was clearly implied by the syntax and context that I am the one who did not know the technical aspects of the LEDs, not turn off your trips, you are whoring. If you want a nick go to reddit

>> No.57090174
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Why are you still posting here even after I told you not too?

>> No.57090182

why do you use japanese cartoon snapshots? are you a virgin?

>> No.57090192

you're trying too hard bro, you dont have to look cool to anyone here, chill out

>> No.57090204
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>why do you use japanese cartoon snapshots?
Because this is an anime image board.
Do you know where you are?
Here let me help you >>>/r/eddit

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>on thread about mechanical keyboards on the technology board
>not a virgin


>> No.57090225

Looking for a decent first mechanical keyboard. No gamer shit from corsair/logitech/etc
Any recommendations?

~$125 or so
>Location (continent at least)
>Preferred switch type
cherry red
tenkeyless (80%)
>Form factor
>Previous/current keyboards
$10 hp crap

>> No.57090234
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Your syntax was actually quite ambiguous on that matter, some punctuation would've made it clearer.
Though given the pretext to this, I'm guessing you had trouble finding the correct keys for that.

>> No.57090258

>Because this is an anime image board.
>Do you know where you are?

no, this imageboard is /g/ technology.

You should fuckoff to /a/.

Sure moot was a degenerate geeky otaku jew, and the website started out as a nip clone, but 4chan has little to do with oriental animated drawings anymore.

Sorry pal, but projecting in this case (or saying haha you ane not one of us!) doesn't really make you cool.

a virgin or even a wizard being a good thing is a meme. irl it means you are the trash of society.

>> No.57090280


honest to god though, I keep fucking up my writing due to using so many different keyboards (laptop, desktop, and work). That is the very reason that I am looking for a new keyboard with the same layout as my laptop.

>> No.57090283

all these fit your budget (except for the Bluetooth one)

No cherry reds are a light switch so things like>>57088993 might happen
>Still not used to it though, I make mistakes and sometimes accidentally press keys. The wrist rest it comes with is great, feels really good.

Maybe consider a heavier switch like blacks, unless you've already tried reds in which case go for it.

>> No.57090285


>> No.57090334

>irl it means you are the trash of society
What kind of society do you live in anon?

Where I live nobody defines your worth to society by whether you've put your genitals in another person or not.

Belgian layout? See if you can find a cooler master or maybe, maybe a ducky with that layout, otherwise your best guess will probably the shit brands like corsair, razer and logitech. Unfortunately quality keyboards rarely come in uncommon layouts.

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>but 4chan has little to do with oriental animated drawings anymore
wut? If I go onto the catalog right now I see at least 15 different OPs with anime girls

>> No.57090345

Or this

>> No.57090377
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This is a pretty good review of that keyboard, and I would get it since its on sale.


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nice collection. I hope you got them from clack factory and not scalpers

>> No.57090444

What about the rk61?

>> No.57090447

do all 24 f keys work?

>> No.57090522

csg keyboards are actually better than 90% of keyboards posted here. they almost always have double shot keycaps even, though with the ugliest font ever.
conveniently you can get great 30$ keycap sets there too

>> No.57090527

RK is one of the better Chinese keyboards. Its 20 bucks cheaper but it has lower quality ABS keycaps compared to the PBT ones on the Anne pro and no rgb LEDs

>> No.57090723
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Well I ended up buying the gateron clears i asked about in an earlier thread, and they actually seem very nice. I built a little keyboard with them, and it also seems nice, although the particular layout is a little strenuous on my index fingers

>> No.57090767

also that keyboard is made of literal garbage i had lying around so pls no bully, its a prototype

>> No.57090891

More pictures please.

As many as possible

>> No.57091155

I've only programmed the controller to allow F1-F12 to do their respective functions, F13-24 are generally almost unused in most programs and I have them ready for other uses in case I need them

>> No.57091515
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>also that keyboard is made of literal garbage i had lying around

>> No.57091671

The Unicomp buckling spring keyboards have a metal plate under the keys; the internals are next to identical to the IBM Model M 42H1292 (most common blue label)
Sure, it's not as thick as the one in a third generation Model M (some blue labels produced between 92 and 96), a gray label Model M (2nd gen, eg, 1391401), or a Model F, but it's still metal, and the switches are still buckling spring.

The cases, barrels, and keycaps are also all mode on the same machines and with mostly the same plastics as the 4th gen Models M (PBT keys, etc).

You might be thinking of the fact that the earliest Models F and M had metal in their cases too, either the entire thing or just the bottom half.

>> No.57091697

Are those both Industrial Space Saving keyboards? I'm so jealous it hurts.

>> No.57091704
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Do any of you have OpenBazaar (decentralized Bitcoin marketplace) and a cheap spare mechanical keyboard? Message me at b63ee3c0fdcc78dec277124071c3ac05a7ba7d8e if you do

>> No.57091711

Not to mention Unicomp are selling original IBM model M's right now for 80$ and they're new in box too.
The unicomps are practically the same thing, I took one apart recently to use as spares as I needed the flippers and springs. Pretty much identical internals

Also the only metal cased IBM's were the Model F 4704 series and the F122. the unsaver probably had a metal back too. I don't think any M's had metal cases

>> No.57091729
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They are! I love it

>> No.57091762

how many centimeters is the model f? that looks like a fucking goliath behemoth collosus

>> No.57091788

it's just under 2 feet wide

>> No.57091890

You're right. I was thinking about the metal underside of the F122, getting it confused with first gen Model M Enhanced.

>> No.57091910

is unicomp worth it or should i try to find a legit model m

>> No.57091943

Unicomp are nice since you wont have to clean it, and you can customize it

>> No.57091981

If you asked that question a couple of years ago I would have said get a legit one, but now that they have become more popular and people are charging extra for them just get a Unicomp one

>> No.57092009


yeah i kinda figured thats what was happening

>> No.57092086
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Not much to show desu. laser-cut plywood (1/8", so the switches are glued in), diode matrix, teensy. Probably the most interesting thing is I wire-wrapped the teensy pins; it's been soldered to and desoldered from a lot, and is starting to kind of fall apart. This spares it unnecessary stress.

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rows and columns. forgive the soldering please.

All I did was jam the plywood into a couple pieces of what i think is aluminum wiring conduit with some wedges of same, then hotglued everything together. Gives it just enough clearance to keep the wires from getting pressed together. Made a little bracket out of fr4 to hold the teensy; superglued that onto the back..

>> No.57092150
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One of the traces on the teensy was broken, so i had to bypass it. This was the hardest part of the whole endeavor. Made the layout with keyboard-layout-editor, made the plate with builder.swillkb.com, made the firmware with kb.sized.io. Didn't have to look at a single line of code lol

>> No.57092168
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This is the layout right now. I would have gone for an angled split, but the wood I had wasn't large enough to accomodate it. v2 will look more like >>57091515, and I'd like to achieve tenting as well. This was just to see if the layout was actually usable, which it is

>> No.57092254

Nice, thanks a lot.

What's your next project?

>> No.57092289

V2, planning a ~30 degree split. Ultimately I'd like to make something shaped loosely like a kinesis advantage, but need to get the layout absolutely nailed down before building something that complicated. Also experimenting with dying keycaps, the purple keys above are the result of that

>> No.57092378

What's the best keyboard for tetris? My mac air sucks

>> No.57092464


>> No.57092931
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The cheapest the better, I already have a mechanical meme at home and want a cheap one for the office instead of my current Dell keyboard.
>Location (continent at least)
Murrica, Fuck Yeah
>Preferred switch type
ANSI preferred
>Form factor
100%, I kinda use the numpad often at the office
No pls, don't want ricer shit at the office
>Previous/current keyboards
Logitech G710+
Filco Majestouch 2 TKL (current)

Thanks lads.

>> No.57093573

>cheap one for the office instead
Is noise an issue?
It might seem normal to you but the loud noise from bottoming out browns might drive people to hate you.

I would recommend you get a dampened tactile switch like matias quiet click. These switches are quieter then rubberdomes, but if you want full size your options are very limited (the white one is for macs)

>> No.57093623

You might be right.

A coworker once brought his keyboard that had reds... a couple of us noticed right away that it was a mechanical due to the different noise and then after we mentioned it, other people in the same room remarked that it sounded louder and different.

I'm staying the fuck away from blues because of that... but what are the other alternatives? anything cheaper.

Thanks for the help anon.

>> No.57093691

unfortunately the market for quiet mechanical keyboards isn't large as such its pretty limited to only matias quiet click and cherry silent (which are only available on linear switch corsair gamer keyboards).
The only other option is to mod the switches yourself by buying pads and dental bands

>> No.57094283
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Where can i get a keycap like this? Like a fallou vault style

>> No.57094326

you mean like this?

>> No.57094421
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>she doesnt type on gateron purples

>> No.57094431

d- did you paint that?

>> No.57094504

I got to test switches today at a local store, but they didn't have clears. I liked the blues, and I think I might have licked the browns, but I didn't like the lack of click. I would have to test them. How do clears measure up?

I'm having trouble finding a good $100-150 mx clear keyboard. Do you have any suggestions, or even brands to look for?

>> No.57094528
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Ducky Shine 4, KUL ES-87, I think the new series of ducky one's also comes with clears.

Clears aren't clicky, they're heavier than browns and their weight increases very quickly as you go past the tactile bump. Probably my favorite cherry switch.

>> No.57094533

Thanks, what would you recommend for a blue? I'm going to choose between the two I think.

>> No.57094537


Clears don't click either. They just have a slightly more pronounced bump than browns.

>> No.57094547

All these are good keyboards

>> No.57094561

For blues you could go for a Ducky one. This model comes with PBT keycaps so they feel really nice

>> No.57094574

I love the look of this one, I might get this one. I like the click.

Thanks man

>> No.57094589

Ah, it's not backlit. I should have mentioned that matters to me.

Awesome, is vortex a solid brand?

>> No.57094613


>> No.57094658
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good night /mkg/

>> No.57094701
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I bought a ducky shine 5(blues) and put some caps on it from a wyse terminal board I found at a surplus store.

Not really a fan of the whole RGB lights and stuff, but I really like the raindrop effect.

>> No.57094716


logitec 270 user here

also my eneloop triple A batteries just arrived as well (only had double A prior) which means now ill never have to buy another mouse or keyboard again in a decade since each last on 1 battery charge for a year and the batteries themselves can be recharged thousands of times

>> No.57094759
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>is vortex a solid brand?
The keyboard you're asking about is made by ducky, but yeah, they're a solid brand.

Please find the nearest fire and throw that thing into it.

Or just put the stock caps back on.

My keyboards and my mouse have cables, which means that I never have to recharge them.
Revolutionary, isn't it?

>> No.57094763

How do I use the backlit section of this? Is "all" meaning it can be multiple colors, or it's like >>57094701

>> No.57094785


my keyboard and mouse dont have cables, which means i can take them to my bed or anywhere else and not worry about them snagging since my "battlestation" includes a recliner and not a fucking office chair

>> No.57094806

that's what laptops are for anon

>> No.57094819


i have a 40 inch 120 native hert LED screen and a 24in secondary monitor around my recliner, no need for a lap heater

>> No.57094851

Fair enough.

That'd then lead to me to asking you what you're doing in the thread about mechanical keyboards.

>> No.57094894

>that gore

A hacksaw is not the recommended disassembly tool.

>> No.57094922
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was a dremel actually.

That PCB didn't stand a chance against a metal cutting blade at 30'000 RPM.

>> No.57094976


No desoldering station?

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>No desoldering station?
you can actually see part of my desoldering station right in the picture.

Problem was that it had gotten clogged with some molten plastic or something of the sort, which lead to it doing a rather mediocre job at desoldering, as a result of which I ended up ripping off some pads from the PCB. All of that then devolved into such a PITA that I just decided to handwire it instead.

>> No.57095017

What sculpted SA mods would look good with Pulse? I want to mix it up now and then so I'm looking for some mods. I wish there was a black mod option for Pulse I would have got that too.

>> No.57095026
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Can brand keyboards play or are they for normies?
My desk related.

>> No.57095027
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First much on the way, MechanicalEagle 88-key with Outemu Blues.
Did I do good?

>> No.57095063
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>Can brand keyboards play
you can play, but you're going to get bullied if you clack up with a brand like corsair.

>> No.57095068




>> No.57095099


Not gonna lie; that is some major autismo for a chinkboard.

>it had gotten clogged with some molten plastic or something of the sort

How the fuck

>> No.57095127
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Depends entirely on what form factor you want. They both have doubleshot keycaps, RGB and cherry switches. The pok3r also has a metal case, but I wouldn't consider that much of a plus, given that it's spray-painted and doesn't really add much more than weight to the keyboard.

I don't see how you're even having trouble choosing with two form factors as contrasting as these. Personally I'd go for the pok3r, but that's just because I prefer the form factor.

>that is some major autismo for a chinkboard
Tell me more about me and my autism

Beats me how it got clogged, maybe some random shit from the board I had previously desoldered? No idea really.

>> No.57095134

I bought it because it's the prettiest one out there.

>> No.57095138

I like the grey caps. So no.

>> No.57095146
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>buy a cherry red keyboard
>like it initially
>hours after using it see that whenever im thinking or anything with my hands on the keyboard i go sddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd accidentally pressing on a key
>this happens all the fucking time

i want blacks.

>> No.57095148

I ordered the ducky, I liked the size better and I figured having the option to change LED is nice.

>> No.57095160
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Then get all gray caps. That combination of keycaps looks absolutely terrible.

>it's the prettiest one out there
I understand that taste is a subjective matter, but you're going to get bullied for it here.

My daily driver has 35g linears and I never have any problem like this. How heavy are your fingers for that to be a problem?

Though blacks are also quite nice.

Ducky's a nice brand. Enjoy your keyboard.

>> No.57095165

Lose some weight faggot, I use Gateron Clears and never have accidental button presses. Maybe if your hands weren't so fucking fat you wouldn't accidentally hit keys.

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should have bought blacks then, the objectively superior swtich

but i got a cherry black keyboard with a grey switch for the spacebar for work thinking the cat wouldn't be able to push on it as much

i was wrong about that

>> No.57095179

I want a proper retro SA set, but that would cost as much as the board did. The caps on the Wyse board is like an old timey winkeyless ISO setup, and my Ducky is 104key ANSI, so obviously they don't all fit.

>> No.57095180


im a skinny manlet

not fat at all.

in fact i've been called ladyhands.

maybe i just have some weird tick and i subconsciously press on shit while thinking.

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r8 my layout

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Alphas and mods look good. Scratch everything else.

Though you shouldn't be buying WASD keycaps in the first place, they're horribly overpriced.

Those secondary legends are for chinese, right?

There you are again.

Any additions to your collection?

>> No.57095215

This is a Max Keybaords set. But yeah, the secondary is for Mandarin.

>> No.57095219

Max keyboards makes custom designs too now?

Are they just as overpriced as WASD?

>> No.57095222

>maybe some random shit from the board I had previously desoldered

You don't desolder plastic.

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besides the tada68, which only serves as a keycap display, i got pbt spacebars from massdrop in all colors

but i'm just waiting for keycap sets i already paid for

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here's the donor board/cap storage

>> No.57095233

I payed $46.60 for a 6.6 set. I only chose Max because WASD didn't have 6.5 setups.

Granted, WASD had those sexy off-white keys.

>> No.57095236

You've never vacuumed up an smt component before?

>> No.57095238

>You don't desolder plastic
Yeah I know, hence my confusion.

What did you order?

>> No.57095247
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GMK carbon and SA jukebox

>> No.57095251

I just bought one of these, too. Saw good reviews and it was only 45$ shipped.

>> No.57095256

Nice SCAR, bud

>> No.57095261

that's one big spacebar.

Are those keycaps doubleshot or laser-etched?

>> No.57095269

they're doubleshot. You can't tell from the front, but they're actually blue legends, which is neat. Apparently someone makes a set based on these old Wyse boards, but last time I looked them up it was like $180 and if I'm spending that much I'm at least getting SA profile.

>> No.57095271

You Canadian too?

>> No.57095286

Yeah, buddy.

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like, thanks, friendo

>> No.57095351

ewww is that an ACOG? I take it back, your SCAR is garbage.

Buy a Specter or just give up.

(kidding, I can't even afford any of those things)

>> No.57095354


I have the same problem with light switches. I ended up actually using my kitchen scale and a book so I could rest my hand like it were on a keyboard, with just the middle finger on the scale. It varies between 40-50g depending on posture and breathing, so 45g linears are just too light. Discovered I didn't like linears as much as I though I would anyway so I ended up selling the board and going with a Matias quiet click. Tactile bumps help with accidental activation a lot, even on lighter cherries like browns/blues.


Not the faggot you're projecting on but plenty of people have heavy hands because of physical work like trades. No fat required.


Posture has a lot to do with it I've found. If you're leaning into the keyboard or your elbows are raised you'll have more weight bearing straight down on the keys.

>> No.57095367


No, because I stay on the fucking pad.

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if i bought a specter it would be for my forever wip block ii clone

the acog gives it a modern FAL feeling :^

>> No.57095444

If you want a modern FAL, why not just buy an SA58?

>> No.57095452

because that's still a FAL and therefore garbage


>> No.57095462

>Right arm of the free world
pick one, bruv.

>> No.57095484

>pick one
i did
i bought a modernized version of the right arm of the free world
it even takes FAL mags
«with some modification»

>> No.57095599

Very happy with my cooler master devastator that I got for 24 bucks, it came with the mouse. From what I know its like a hybrid mechanical keyboard..

>> No.57095772

This has to be expensive.

>> No.57095923

Bump limit hit. New bread:


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