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richwuk

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  • Airsofter since
    2008
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  1. I'm very curious to the manner that GHK designed this - I wonder if its "We want a steel slide, how do we make it work properly" or "TM isn't very efficient how do we make it better". If this works well (the reviews will be interesting) I wonder how long before others copy the design.
  2. Finally purchased one of these I couldn't feel any mush on the trigger but still took the hammer out to look for it! I think WE have made a change (attached). Mine also seems to have the trigger spring replaced with a spacer and do feel the trigger could do with a little more weight as the safety is catching the body
  3. A slight bump, anyone come across the WE Europe MP7? There's a thread on zero one and it appears to be a revised model with a few problems fixed...
  4. When I've used free shipping in the past it was about a week and just provide your UKARA number to them. I've never had my UKARA number written on the box and my stuff hasn't been stopped either.
  5. I've just found that the DTW nozzle was starting to work itself loose - it's only a fraction of a mm longer than the DTW one now. I can feel the nozzle being pushed back ever so slightly - not enough if it was fully forward. I assume the nozzle is suppose to help create an air seal like a aeg?
  6. I brought an Alpha Part Cylinder as I have a nagging feeling about the DTW cylinder (along with the wrong porting hole) and now the nozzle is too short to create an air seal against the hop. The DTW nozzle is slightly too long and I can feel it pushing back on the spring when it meets the hop...new hop I wonder... Anyone have experience of the RWA CNC hop?
  7. I've checked there the nozzle is released and it's a decent amount down the cylinder and in slow motion appears to have enough time to load a BB. Looking at the nozzle upside down it doesn't look like it has enough time... There is about 2mm movement of the nozzle tip (hop end) in all directions, does that seem a little excessive?
  8. Sorry yes, the nozzle does appear to be damaging the piston head where the lip is to hold the o-ring. I've since found the screw on the spring guide shaft (piston head end) was slightly too long and allowed some movement of the head and I've now replaced with a shorter screw. I also replaced the nozzle spring and with a systema spring + o-ring and it stopped feeding. Anyone else had this? It could be down to the spring guide shaft?
  9. Has anyone had problems with the DTW cylinder head? My nozzle keeps trying to mash the piston head, I think there is too much movement and trying to work out which is too small: the nozzle or the cylinder head.
  10. What are these like in the cold? Like < 5C / 41F
  11. I was looking at the full set inc trigger switch pack. On an unrelated note my sector gear has a reasonable amount of play in it, has anyone come across this before?
  12. I've asked powair6 about the compatibility warning on there website about the etiny mosfet and it's not the greatest english but here is what they said: Not sure I understand the shape thing, I wonder if the 2014's are any better or just play it safe! Does anyone know about testing pinouts on the ecu/mosfet too?
  13. I think I understand! I did try with the switch in both positions - if I can't fire the gun i should be able to program the ECU (which I cant do either!). I did find the bolt catch very sensitive which was trying to sort out! Thanks.
  14. Anyone know if the DTW 2014 electronics are interchangeable with say etiny? The ecu light is on but nothing happens, have tested the motor and that's fine, I'm guessing the mosfet part but I've been modding the ecu as the bolt catch switch wasn't the correct type (as far as I could tell I needed a push to break, instead of push to make) so wondering if I managed to damage something there. Is there anyway to test mosfet? Otherwise I'll buy a complete etiny setup...
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