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  1. On 8/16/2019 at 5:11 AM, TheFull9 said:

    (I dunno if that's what you were actually going for, just something that came to mind.  I think the Russian side had that camo as an unlock too.. maybe..)

    BF3, actually, it was a DLC weapon. I loved running it with the Kobra in CQB, that 2 body shot kill at close range was very handy.

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  2. 18 hours ago, blobface said:

    Words from HK is saying that full steel builds based on the latest Umarex / VFC Glock kicks harder than a TM Glock with Volante BBU by a significant margin, which in my book pretty much puts it on top. I'm trying not to think too much about it at the moment as I have four TM Glock steel builds so that's giving me major FOMO. 

    I'd wait for a bit to see how the longevity is. For what it's worth, I've had to fix one of the new Umarex/VFC G17s which had borked a recoil spring and it was pretty standard VFC, lovely externals, meh internals, questionable reliability. With the bonus of horrendous prices for Co2 magazines.

  3. 21 hours ago, cazboab said:

    Yeah the problem is for everyone here but thee and me:

    Theoretically a block booking in a hotel or an airbnb etc would do, but schlepping gear to and fro on busses sounds far less interesting than beer and burgers around a campfire... 

    Though if we can find a couple of sites near each other, one running Saturday one on Sunday lodgings between the two might make for a decent long weekend of pew-pew glug-glug nom-nom... 

    Fair, but there is plenty of room on the site to set up tents and such. I can ask and see, worst they can say is no!

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  4. 3 minutes ago, scorch said:

    I got my svd running again after it ate a piston. 

    Had to dremel a piston to get it to fit, but now the gearbox is running like a champ.

     

    Not happy with the hop though. What's good rubber wise these days? 

    Maple Leaf AEG Super hop up rubbers are good.

    As for the PSL - I've been entertaining the idea of converting my old CYMA RPK into a PSL-esque thing by cutting the barrel down to 20" and cutting the receiver to accept modified FAL magazines.

  5. On 2/9/2019 at 1:10 AM, Gunmane said:

    "Looks at collection of kalashes, bizon, etc."

    Why do I still not have one.

    I do want a kobra too...

    Further offtopic, Darklite, what camo pattern is that rifle atop of?  I can't quite put a name to it but it seems familiar.

    Tis the Russian Border Guard camo - proganininininininikhikhikhihkhihkhihkhiihkhihkhihkik

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  6. 13 hours ago, Got Wood? said:

    Impressions so far (no range or game time on it)

    Overall build quality seems good. You could probably tell someone it was the WE version and unless they owned one they wouldn’t know. Plastic is a nice rough finish, not smooth and empty feeling like a JG.

    Bolt has the same issue as the MP7 from Marui. With the bolt at the rear, gun raised, loaded mag in, sending the bolt home is rather pathetic and did lead to a couple of light strikes. Since finding a 110-120% spring seems difficult, I’ve found another spring the same diameter but shorter, and used that as a buffer at the end. Improvement for sure but still not ideal. Feed lips on the mags aren’t too hard and stiff.

    Mags are a pain in the backside, but for design reasons, not Airsoft ones. They weigh nearly a kg each, and all the tabs and rims on them mean a 5.56 magazine won’t fit a standard 5.56 pouch. No idea if a magwell conversion is actually possible as I’m sure I’ve seen purchasing G36 parts is illegal in this country.

    Takedown is ridiculously simple. I have a newfound respect for the real platform!

    Front rails removed, rote he slapped on, MOE rail and an X200 put on (better positioning)

    All that’s left before Sunday’s outing is to change the hip rubber and install a restrictive disc, although if I don’t get the time it shouldn’t be too big a problem, as I’m only going to use it indoors anyway.

    Magwell conversions aren't possible, alas, as the gas routers and feed lips etc don't line up.

    Are you having issues with the bolt not seating into battery properly?

    In terms of bolt catch - the WE's system is actually unrealistic - the real G36 will lock open on empty, but there's no bolt release button - the button that WE uses as a bolt release is actually a manual bolt hold open for manually locking the bolt open for inspection - you just pull the cocking handle to the rear and let go.

    Magazine wise, yeah, the side lugs are annoying as *suitcase* - there are plenty of pictures of KSK members in the field either running G36 Pmags or having cut the side lugs off and taped up the mags. It's not too bad if you're running the german army g36 pouches but literally any other pouch will snag like hell.

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    When you are capitalist pig but you want to Сука блять quietly

    My personal .300BLK AAC GBBR.

    Based on a WE with a full RATech build, internally and externally, she's had a LOT of work put in to get it shooting well, because apparently RATech's QC is so bad that an RATech GBBR built BY RATech with RATech externals and RATech internals won't work properly because of poor tolerances and fitting issues. 1f611.png-_-

    Internally:
    - FG Airsoft Speed buffer and spring
    - Stock WE nozzle with a 150% return spring and a restrictor disc
    - RATech steel BCG
    - RATech steel hop-up unit
    - RATech steel FCG
    - PDI 6.05x150mm carbon steel tightbore
    - Mapleleaf Monster 50deg hop up rubber

    Externally:
    - Guarder AAC URX3 8.0
    - RATech steel 8" barrel
    - Guarder steel low-profile gas block
    - Strike Industries polymer dust cover
    - Random angled foregrip thing
    - G&P Troy style BUIS
    - MFT minimalist stock
    - MFT trigger guard
    - MFT pistol grip
    - Real Magpul ASAP plate
    - Real Kobra RDS
    - Mini PBS-1 suppressor
    - WE PMags

    She's currently doing about 1.2J on propane, though she has a second CQB legal nozzle that drops it to 0.8J on propane. She's got a hell of a kick, though!

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  8. ci2opbp.jpg

    Xqc4Zyp.jpg

    When you are capitalist pig but you want to Сука блять quietly

    My personal .300BLK AAC GBBR.

    Based on a WE with a full RATech build, internally and externally, she's had a LOT of work put in to get it shooting well, because apparently RATech's QC is so bad that an RATech GBBR built BY RATech with RATech externals and RATech internals won't work properly because of poor tolerances and fitting issues. 1f611.png-_-

    Internally:
    - FG Airsoft Speed buffer and spring
    - Stock WE nozzle with a 150% return spring and a restrictor disc
    - RATech steel BCG
    - RATech steel hop-up unit
    - RATech steel FCG
    - PDI 6.05x150mm carbon steel tightbore
    - Mapleleaf Monster 50deg hop up rubber

    Externally:
    - Guarder AAC URX3 8.0
    - RATech steel 8" barrel
    - Guarder steel low-profile gas block
    - Strike Industries polymer dust cover
    - Random angled foregrip thing
    - G&P Troy style BUIS
    - MFT minimalist stock
    - MFT trigger guard
    - MFT pistol grip
    - Real Magpul ASAP plate
    - Real Kobra RDS
    - Mini PBS-1 suppressor
    - WE PMags

    She's currently doing about 1.2J on propane, though she has a second CQB legal nozzle that drops it to 0.8J on propane. She's got a hell of a kick, though!

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