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  1. Just an FYI, you could install he sub $20 Gate Pico SSR3 mosfet in the gun and situate it towards the back. It fits well and will not require modifications save for rewiring the gun for it. those Prometheus Element Cord wiring is pretty awesome. It's really the only wire that should be used for these things.
  2. Tried programming it for max breaking to fix the bolt lock/stop fire issue?
  3. Kind of fits in a hk p30 holster.... Just get the proper M&P 9 serpa holster....those can be had for about $25
  4. Trigger response is very snappy even with the proprietary 8.4v 1300mah nimh. I was getting between 309-313 FPS using marui .20g BBs. Hop had already been engaged and set for the said weight/brand of bb's prior to chronoing. According to someone on fb, it's got a ported cylinder. Looking at how much space the extended outer barrel provides, it looks like the stock length outer barrel will accommodate up to 455mm inner barrel without sticking out of the muzzle/muzzle ports. This will require you to swap out the cylinder to a non ported one should you change the barrel length to that of an AK
  5. Nice. Just gotta open up and seal cylinders if/when they leak due to high pressure. Might as well get the sat. Upgrade valve with this... Bahhh been out of airsoft a while...in the process of buying a car so toy fundage goes out the door...must not pull out credit card/paypal for airsoft. Lol
  6. Just that the m&p9 sticks out of it...muzzle is unprotected...like on the serpa for the p30...hk45 sticks out the muzzle side.
  7. HOT is definitely worth it. He has shipped products out in Europe. If anything you can probably ask him to declare the item so the value of item is minimal. It's shipping that will probably cost as much as the item though but don't quote me on that. A pouch the size that you mentioned could probably be stuffed in a small box which should cost about $25USD to ship. Anyhow, hope you find what you're looking for. It was just a shameless plug for my friends company. Oh, he's also on Instagram =^.^= Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. There's a guide for the tm m870's take down. Someone's YouTube link has been posted several times on this thread...start with that before doing anything. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. The gas tank should hold. Not sure about the internal cylinder workings. You may need to take it apart and lube the o-Rings.
  10. Headontactical....you send your specs...he can do zippers, shock cord, and hook and loop flap for retention. Tailor made gear....no extra material....no extra bagginess. Aside from HSGI taco pouches, I've only ran pouches made by HOT. =^.^= may require a lead time if he is swamped with orders though. You get quality gear that people will ask who makes it. Haha Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  11. DZ....hit up headontactical.com he makes custom stuffs.
  12. A firm grip and a good tug is needed. Dont overdo it though.. It is on the harder side but the more you do it, the better it starts to feel.
  13. Just an FYI, out of curiosity, I slipped my TM M&P 9 in a Blackhawk Serpa Holster for the H&K P30 and it locked into place nicely. However, the trigger guard retention needed to be depressed hard to get the pistol out. You'll need to push the pistol down some into the holster then depress the trigger guard retention (no resistance aside from the spring that keeps it in pla even) if you want to draw the M&P 9 out without issue. The P30 serpa holster does work beautifully with the TM HK45 save for the pistol muzzle sticking out by about .25" out of the holster. Sent from
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