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david pithers

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  • Airsofter since
    2007
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    Aint no thang but a chicken wing, with a big butt in yo lap
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  1. Hi Haven't been active for many years but still have alot of gear. Lots of guns that i will sell as non functional as havent been used and havent been tested for years. Also selling kit cheap to clear. Will post pictures but ideally want the lot to go. Can deliver to most of the midlands as based in South Derbyshire. So per suitcase of kit £75 Bulk lot of possibly broken guns £150 Guns also include tons of mags, some hi cap, some not. This is mostly Chinese guns, no big brands. Just looking to get rid asap Thanks
  2. Wow thanks for the information, ill have a go later and see if that helps any. Im sure that's the issue, because someone else a while ago mentioned it might be the sear, but never explained how to fix it. Thank you kindly One thing ill mention as a very minor negative is that the hammer feels very loose when the gun is in safe. Has a lot of wiggle back and forth. When its cocked its rock solid. It may just be the design of the weapon, as unlike the 1911 when you put it into safe the hammer isnt resting against anything. I doubt it'll affect the performance anyway.
  3. Yeah i get what your saying, although i thought 1911 mags were double stacked, just have a teeny gas reserve. Quality wise i am mighty impressed by the externals of the gun. I would rate the plastic the same as ksc, having owned a ksc g23f. Not quite as nice feeling, but not enough difference to ever care. The slide feels very high quality with low to no wiggle between the slide and rails. The metal piece that has been breaking on every gun just broke on mine, but im not worried just a small design flaw. It has fired every shot and locked back which has so far been a better experience than
  4. Just recieved mine from landwarrior (plus a delicious drumstick ) and have to say it feels very good so far. No slide wobble, and a reasonable kick with good trigger respone. Emptied the mag which is more than i can say for my tm dw 4.3. Cant speak for accuracy, but im impressed so far.
  5. we love the chosen one!

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    2. hwagan

      hwagan

      I AM COVERED IN THE DUST OF THE CHOSEN ONE!

    3. bladerunner168

      bladerunner168

      I chose the chosen one!

    4. aznriptide859

      aznriptide859

      Hey this lima bean looks like the chosen one!

  6. Just ordered one of these from landwarrior, thanks for the tip kithooton.
  7. Sorry to ressurect a dead post, but was wondering if anyone has ordered from these guys recently and there experience?
  8. I can probaly forgive the innacuracies if the gun works well enough. Its just a shame they skimped on parts.
  9. How do you mean detail? is it really that bad? i thought it was just crappy parts, like there original m4?
  10. hmm sounds like a plan, ill have a go. Cheers
  11. Can anybody reccommend a red dot sight that is able to cope with the recoil. Have a 552 acm/element one which just turns off after every shot. Not looking for anything to fancy (or expensive). Cheers
  12. Yeah i did use a small screwdriver, a tad awkward but im fairly sure that 180 was the max it was gonna get. Ill try trimming it, thanks for the help guys
  13. Ok ive fitted the NPAS but didnt modify the nozzle. On propane im getting 150-180 and that is with the nozzle fully closed. Fully open the bb's were not even coming out the barrel. Will modifying the nozzle rectify this or is it something else?
  14. So with regards to the front handguards, were they broken out of the box? and do they wobble around? Id of hoped they would have used the same plastic from the g39, which is pretty high quality.
  15. Thanks Kruck i shall check it out. Well Stuey the last one i had was in my kwa mp7, which i guess was really some of the first npas kits that they had produced. If no other option presnts itself then i will have to buy the npas, ill probaly end up fixing it so it cant come loose. Spose its not like there expensive
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