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Pydracor

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About Pydracor

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  • Airsofter since
    2002
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    Germany

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    Fantasy / Medieval times, Airsoft, Metal, US Cars, movies, piano / keyboard

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  1. Pydracor

    DMRs

    Haven't posted here in a long time, I'll restart with this Scored a steel version Bear Paw SVU GBB a while ago and wanted something special in regards of optics for it. Looked around a bit and finally got my hands on a rare 1P21 scope - very large russian scope that has been used on the SVD. I'm not sure if any of these have ever been used on the real SVU, standard for this was the PSO-1 scope. It's also not possible to mount large scope mounts like the one of the 1P21 on an SVU without disassembling it, as these are pushed onto the side rail from the rear, which can't be
  2. Joining in with a Dominator M870 + wood kit. Really like that one, steel all the way!
  3. Finally got this after a long ordeal of shipping horrors and german bureaucracy... Tokyo Marui Springfield V10 GBB with all the bells and whistles from Guarder's stainless steel program: Slide, outer, frame, hammerspringhousing, slidecatch, hammer, safety, gripsafety in stainless steel, front and rear sight in steel. Plus Kimpoi wood grips with Springfield logo.
  4. Family pic, let's call this "evolution of old school Armalite replica models" Can post detail pics, if anyone's interested, just let me know. Left to right: - MGC M16A1 modelgun 1st Gen, late 60s, full metal, not entirely accurate replica, has that famous screw holding together upper and lower instead of a forward assist, internally completely different than a real AR - MGC XM177E2 modelgun 1st Gen, same series as the M16A1 - MGC M16/CP (M16A1), PFC modelgun, probably early 80s, a lot of plastic on this one and no authentic markings, but otherwise faithful copy
  5. 1,5 years without pics in this thread - are there no airsoft machineguns around? Ah well, then I'll post another one: Inokatsu M60E3 - pretty nice gun with the steel receiver, but honestly it's a bit disappointing, that it came with aluminum trunnion, aluminum outerbarrel and aluminum gasblock. Managed to source one of the rare Inokatsu steel kits with steel trunnion (which also has more authentic markings than the aluminum trunnion), steel outerbarrel and steel gasblock, so now everything that has to be steel is Also got a RetroArms gearbox with better internals, a
  6. Pydracor

    DMRs

    Oh, sorry for the late reply Comes in at 5,5 kg without the accessoires, full monty with scope, bipod, silencer and foregrip, it's at about 6,7 kg.
  7. Pydracor

    DMRs

    Something a bit different: WE M14 (with Ra-Tech trigger group) inside a realsteel TROY S.A.S.S. (Semi Automatic Sniper System) chassis. Very nice high-end chassis, CNC aluminum, the M14 needs a few adjustments, the trigger box doesn't fit in flawlessly yet. Will see how to fix that.
  8. Collecting for quite a while now, still happy as a child, when I get my hands on something rare - in this case, the happyness is accompanied by something like awe, as it doesn't get much rarer than this Tanaka Colt SAA Casyopea (which already is rare as hell in and of itself, as these were banned in Japan together with their Casyopea counterpart, the S&W M500) with a Prime CNC Brass Kit (possibly the only brass kit for Casyopea in existence, either a mod of a Pegasus brass kit, or Prime has begun to build one of these, but stopped when the Casyopeas were banned in Japan). The loa
  9. Recently aquired, can't remember when I saw one of these offered for sale the last time - so it makes me pretty happy, that I finally got one I live in Germany, thus the "cut out" nono-symbols
  10. Finally got something that had been on my list for quite a while now. And to boot, it's the gun of a deceased friend, which he had sold off prior to his death and which has now found its way to me on mysterious pathways 😌 Hephaestus HTS-14 Groza, 1st version, with the early full steel silencer and a Pilar scope (civil version of the military scope, that belongs on the Groza but is extremely hard to find), Just need different mount rings, these look aweful. Really happy about this! ☺️
  11. Recent acquirement, one that needed a total brain-shutdown πŸ˜‹ WE Desert Eagle with ALC full steel kit and realsteel MAK grips. Got it used from HongKong, so it wasn't as expensive as a new ALC kit (which really costs an arm and a leg), but still the most expensive pistol I ever bought... it definately is an EXTREMELY impressive GBB kit, everything in that kit is CNC machined steel: Slide, frame, front part, sights, trigger, slidecatch + disassembly lever, safety, hammer. This one is the somewhat rarer version in dark chrome. Altogether this DE now weighs in at 2.283g, which is ab
  12. Sorry to hear that @CatgutViolin As I did not get any response to my last 3 emails, we gave up. It's obvious, that the only way we could go now is taking legal action, but suing a shop on the other side of the world is far too much effort for 300 USD. And they obviously know this. So I complimented them on having found a reliable way to rip off foreign customers and after staying polite and business-like for dozens of mails I politely asked them to go *fruitcage* themselves. 🀬
  13. Something I've been hunting for quite a while now: Hudson IMI Jericho 941 GBB, silver version Very rare gun from the early 2000's, uses the Maruzen GBB system from their P99. One of only 3 airsoftguns Hudson has ever built and the only GBB of this pistol. Had to install wood grips on this (they're almost drop in, just have to remove a little from the heightened wood part on the inside, so that it fits the pocket of the frame), back then I only found ones with the newer "IWI" name. Recently found ones with "IMI", they're on their way now Surprisingly tight me
  14. Got my grips and DE this weekend. Now I get what you meant with that "spacer", there's not a gap between the frame and the grips, but a gap between the two halves of the grips πŸ˜… Well, that can be a real pain, when you chose grips with a pattern in the wood, going around the back... like I did... Just making a spacer isn't enough, you have to copy the wood pattern with the spacer. That will be pretty annoying and looking terrible when something goes wrong 😝 Will keep you updated!
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