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    22/10/2006
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  1. If it's only happening on 6-shot mode, then it is loading nozzle not feeding the the 6th bb in the top barrel properly. Popping the shell out and racking it/firing a couple of times will clear the jam, if you try and force it with the shell still in there's a chance the top of the loading nozzle could break.
  2. Yeah since I've replaced the pins on my shotgun with nuts and bolts I've never had an issue with the butt pad falling off. Simple fix to stop you losing it if it keeps happening to you though is to attach the buttpad to the stock with some bungee/paracord like so:
  3. Look what just popped up on G&P's website Gas Charging Collapsible Stock Set http://www.gp-web.com/en/productspop.php?pid=3665
  4. Probably worth holding out for the G&P copy of the Mesa Tactical one, but I have no patience so went down the same route as blobface and got one 3D printed: Need to countersink the screw holes on the mounting plate and get some self tappers to mount the holder to the plate. Got the Laylax screw body pins on the way. I got mine printed in Black matte and the thing is solid, but the shell holes are a bit tight at moment so needs a wee bit of work before I'm finished, will probably revise the model at some point, but just taking some sandpaper to mine just now. Stuck my model up on shapeways if anyone else wants to try it out: http://www.shapeways.com/model/1473872/shell-holder.html?li=user-profile&materialId=25, though it is very much a work in progress.
  5. Modded one of the integrated torch ones, better pic of it from game today:
  6. Discovered a nice side effect of having the G&P fore-end fitted today! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=djWUCWjPaIo Now to buy another and duel-wield them!
  7. Excellent guide p.phresh, you laid it out much nicer than me
  8. Get a tub for all your screws and make sure you don't lose the springs from the right hand side - there's about 4 of them that will pop off at a moments notice. One of the spring loaded bits is a small silver lever with slot in it - i recommend taking the sliding follower which sits in the slot out too to keep it safe. To get the forearm off you need to remove the front bracket that connects the shell tube to the barrel - there is a screw hole in the underside that goes right the way through the shell tube. This screw goes into a small removeable rectangular nut on the inside of the barrel, make sure you don't lose that either as it just slides out (Pro-tip: when screwing this back in, grab a marker pen like a thick sharpie or something similar that will fit inside the outer barrel - slide the rectangular nut back into place and then drop the pen/whatever down the barrel to hold it in place while you put the screw back in). Once you have the front bracket off (It's very tight, I tend to lever the gap between the barrel and shell tube wider with a screwdriver to get it off and on), you can slide off the forearm gently - the side arms will catch in a few places, just pry them off of anything it catches on, don't try and force it. To remove the shell tube and outer barrel, there are screws on the underside of the shell tube that are hidden by the forearm - unscrew these and the shell tube slides off, which exposes the screws holding the outer barrel on. I should make a video...
  9. The Torch is pretty good, it's a nice bright cree LED unit, running off 2xcr123 batteries and it's removeable with a spare tailcap so you can use it as a standalone torch too. The mount is the same threading as most cr123 torches like the cheap Ultrafire ones - that is actually an ultrafire torch fitted and working in that picture there as I've been using the G&P one in games and it's sitting in the bottom of my kitbag at the moment. *edit* Just noticed that the new one for the TM will be a rechargeable 18650 battery, so dunno how it will compare, but it probably wont be interchangeable with cr123 torches
  10. Yup, the current G&P ones require a lot of modding to fit the TM, they're designed for a 25mm tube, and the TM uses a 29mm so there is a lot of material to remove, plus you need to be very careful of the wiring (I wasn't and ended up having to completely re-solder it all with a fresh wiring loom on one of the pressure switches). Been using a combination of Bench press with 29mm holesaw, dremel with HSS millling cutters and a good old heavy duty round file to get it all to size. I'd recommend waiting till the new ones are released. I actually bought the handguard about 2 months ago, just before I got the shotgun, and have been working on it off and on since then to get it to fit. I saw that the new ones were due to be released soon and that's what inspired me to finish it off.
  11. Work in Progress, but I've managed to get a G&P torch front hand guard to fit on the TM
  12. Looks like a bunch of the G&P accessories that were in the pipeline are out now too: http://www.tokyo-model.com.hk/shop/index.php?main_page=advanced_search_result&search_in_description=1&keyword=marui+m870&x=-1417&y=-161 there's also a new tactical rail and side shell carrier to come: http://www.gp-web.com/en/products.php?cid=GP_ACC&did=GPWEB&bid=DEFAULT
  13. Does anyone else have a problem with the stock butt pad falling off in games btw or is it just me? I'm putting it down to me shouldering it too tightly and the sides getting pinched which unclips it. Any thoughts on how to fix if so aside from slapping a strip of tape over it?
  14. Firesupport got stock in yesterday, but they sold out in a matter of hours - these things are selling like hotcakes! Airsoftworld.net have stock due in at the end of November I believe. And just to be a *rickroll*, a pic of mine in action:
  15. Any idea where these are getting stocked? I fancy a couple of the Laylax body pins too.
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