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Black Knight

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  • Airsofter since
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  1. Looking to buy a G&P M733 AEG. Or more specifically the model with the A1E1-style(A1 rear sight with forward assist and case deflector) upper receiver. I'm trying to build a Colt model 723, so I can take the right type of metal body and/or outer barrel also. Condition of the gearbox and other internals is not a factor. I will pay appropriately for a nicely tuned gun, but I'm also quite comfortable with doing work with the internals. As long as the externals are intact. Can be spray-painted and scratched, but not broken... I can also consider other brands, as long as the upper is the A
  2. Well, I put in an order and a little while later received and e-mail stating that everything I ordered were out of stock. And my Paypal payment was returned/rejected. So I ended up not getting stuff, but didn't loose money either. I guess that counts as a positive experience..
  3. Thanks for the info, mate.. I think I'll give it a shot. Simply because this old-school G&P-stuff seems to be pretty hard to get these days.. And paying with Paypal always has some additional level of comfort.
  4. https://gpairsoft-uk.com/shop/en/ Does anyone have any experience regarding this retailer? Looks to HK based, despite the name. I'm trying to put together a Colt model 723 and the G&P M733 would be a good base gun to start from. These guys seem to have one in stock, but as I have no experience with this retailer, I'm hesitating on putting in an order.
  5. Quite possible, yes. Mine are serials 0022 and 0510, in case anyone wonders..👍
  6. Curious. Both of my Ino 60's had only one plunger straight from the factory.
  7. No, I have separated the boxmag wiring from from the gun completely. The gun has it's own wiring and runs on it's own battery. And the boxmag has it's own battery and is wired to a pressure switch, which I attach to the pistol grip with a couple of rubber bands and press while firing. Works like a charm.
  8. Finally got around to take the gun apart enough to get a picture of the trigger mod. These came out a little blurry, but you get the idea. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1A8sZpDRNB3kM-J7Gc8pzrKkJOuaNbg5q/view?usp=sharing https://drive.google.com/file/d/1x_xmDENJEzo03lh85bgZJy1y6qRdOzcY/view?usp=sharing
  9. Hi mate, As the owner an Ino Mk43 and M60A1 I probably can offer some assistance. As for 1 and 1a, I just re-wired my guns and mags straight out of the box to use one battery to fire the gun and one battery to power the mag. I also wired the boxmag to have it's own pressure switch that I could press and the mag would feed. This is fairly easy and cheap to to, if you are confident with soldering. I have been using a 7.4V LiPo to run my boxmags without issues for years. The downside is, you gotta remember to press a button to make your gun feed, but it has never been a biggie for me, o
  10. Yep, I have a Prommy barrel and bucking in mine already. Standard piston head is also good to go. And WGC doesn't have anything I need in stock.
  11. Ok, thanks mate. I sent them an e-mail, as the MP7 parts are not listed on their pages. We'll see how that goes.
  12. So, the VFC MP7 "AEG" has been out for a while, but I'm still not seeing much aftermarket support for it. Or am I not just looking hard enough? Does anyone have any idea where you could find spares? I would like to have at least a gear set, a tappet plate and a piston lying around before taking this into a game. I'm quite comfortable with disassembling the gun, as I have done so already.
  13. I'll give it a try once the new nozzle arrives. Thank you very much for all the good info, kind sir!
  14. KY apparently has pretty nice customer service. I contacted them and within a few hours received a reply directing me to the correct item(it was listed as a nozzle assembly) on their website. Placed an order right away and ordered two while I was at it. Now I just have figure out how on earth I'm going to get the nozzle return spring installed back between the slide and the BBU. Does anybody have a good technique for that?
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