People always tell me they are doing a impression following special operations groups – I am up for that, but at the same time I often see people compromising on gear or accessories, while saying that others won’t see the difference. They shouldn’t compromise, as it is the little things that complete a impression; it is the little things that make it complete.
For example, I bought this sight over 2 years ago, so I could complete my SOPMOD Block 2 load out. People may ask me why I would buy something like this for a toy gun, but at the end of the day I bought it because it was accurate. Because of this my gun looks more accurate compared to the other ones out there. Remember if you are doing an impression, try and stay true to what you see from the photos and not what you think will work. It will make it worth it at the end of the day for you and the “look” will appear so much better.