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  1. What holster do you use with that?
  2. Man, what does that weigh? 10 kilos?
  3. Mig1

    KJW M4

    Hope this hasn't already been covered, but what kind of inner barrel is it? Standard AEG compatible one? If you look down the middle of it can you tell if it is a TK hop-twist barrel?
  4. Squad leader, ok that makes sense based on the pics I've seen. Though, I haven't seen any pics of the STAR-21 in service. Have you seen it?
  5. Thank you for bringing some much needed clarification to the thread, Sayeret. Most of the pictures I have seen of a squad or larger size dismounted infantry has one or more CTAR's with TA-31 ACOGs mounted. I suspect this may be their new standard squad level marksman's rifle.
  6. I have actually disassembled it many times. This is the first time I decided to do something about the full auto firing on semi problem by replacing the cut off lever.
  7. Quick question guys. I have the firing auto on semi problem that some people had been reporting. So I installed a guarder cut off lever to see if that straightened it out. It didn't. But I'm not sure I installed it right. Never done a cut off lever before. It seems to have some play in it, not just on the rotational axis, but it wiggles a bit too. When I installed it I noticed that it seemed as if the screw should go down tighter, but it didn't. When I was done, I noticed that I had a shim laying on the table. Did VFC actually put a shim on the cut off lever? Is my Guarder cut off lever s
  8. Why yes, yes you can See here -> http://www.icsbb.com/EDM/SG/ESG.html
  9. That stuff looks like a rip off of Hyperstealth's camo. http://www.hyperstealth.com. I would definately buy it
  10. Yes, indeed, thank you. Have you had a chance to see if it is too long/wide to fit in a CQC holster replica?
  11. Put your radio model number into google and see if you can see what the band split is. Also, there is an advantage to using a radio that only you and your friends can talk on. If you are at an event that allows listening in on enemy channels you would be pretty safe.
  12. Are you sure your radios can operate in the 460-470mhz range? You said you can hear truckers clearly. CB radio frequencies are nowhere near FRS/GMRS frequencies. A quick google search finds me this: http://www.livecbradio.com/cb-radio-frequencies.htm
  13. There is also this: http://www.dentrinityshop.com/pr_details.jsp?pid=5484 which I think is lower.
  14. SCARs were most certainly not "issued" since 2004. And the correct current generetion flash hider is the ACC style 3-prong flash hider. Although there have been rumors of AAC losing the suppressor contract I have seen no proof of this.
  15. Feldjager, would you mind posting some pictures and a tutorial on how to do this? I see this question has been asked many times on other forums.
  16. Go for it. A couple of things I'll caution you about if you want to place it between the bolt assembly and outer barrel. 1. The fake bolt has these flutes in the bottom. Depending your MOSFET layout, you may need to cover those up to prevent you MOSFET from getting caught in the flutes and breaking when you rack the charging handle back. 2. The fake bolt also has a semi-useless (as in not 100% necessary) guide extension on the lower front. You may want to cut that off for the same reason, depending on how far forward and how big your MOSFET is. Both of those things kind of depen
  17. Yeah. I mean, it's not hard to field strip. Getting the wires tucked all back in isn't hard now that I've gotten the hang of it. There's just a certain way to layer the wires, then you slide in the lower receiver, then insert the pin. Voila, done. I will admit, the first time I took it apart after getting it back from AWS I was like, how the hell am I going to get all this back in there?! But, it wasn't that hard. Come out to a game and check it out.
  18. Well, basically main power is still supplied through the two contacts at the back of the lower receiver. Power then goes to the MOSFET from those two contacts and from there it gets distributed back to the motor. Attached are two pictures AWS Airsoft took while installing it for me.
  19. Thanks, Magz! Yeah, we had to tuck the MOSFET in between the fake bolt and barrel assembly. The space was perfect for it. The cool thing is that I still have the realistic field stripping. When you pop out the lower reciever, all of the wires are then connected to the PCB via micro deans connectors or deans ultra connectors. I just disconnect those and proceed with field stripping the gun. My original plan was to place it in the AN/PEQ-15. But Having 8 wires running out to it was just not something I wanted to pursue. I'm basically done with the gun at this point. Going to
  20. I know this is a picture thread, not a video thread, but here's my VFC Mk16 Mod0 SCAR-L with awsairsoft MOSFET video review: Part 1 Bolt hold open demo Part 2 Overview of internals. Part 3 AAR and tracer demo (can only see the tracers in full screen view, frickin youtube!). BURST fire test. I will probably turn the burst fire feature back off, since the real SCAR does not have a burst limiter.
  21. Does that one have the ability to mount a doctor directly to the slide?
  22. Good thing we know your gun's blood type. In case it gets wounded! But seriously, very nice conversion. Ever thought about trying to scquire real Ak5d handguards and a stock?
  23. G&G and Star also have the Gen 3+ cheek rest.
  24. That's a VFC. You can tell by lots of features, but most easy to identify are the conductors in the stock hinge (and the fact that it is black).
  25. Or maybe some Testor's model paint dull-cote?
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