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steaktipz

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About steaktipz

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  • Birthday January 27

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  • Airsofter since
    2007
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    Ashburn, Virginia
  1. @ northernairsofter: That would be notrabies, but I think CatgutViolin was the one who made the custom 1100/Spas12
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    What music are you currently listening to?

    Getting into Armchair Apocrypha by Andrew Bird lately - *fruitcage* good stuff "Armchairs:" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a2VH4gS59S8
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    Shotgun Picture Thread

    I think A is about 330 - 350, and B is 380-400
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    Shotgun Picture Thread

    My contribution: (another cell pic) Maruzen CA870 Fold. Not sure if I like the M6 and rail set up, but it works for now.
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    I'm not sure about others, but on mine the nozzle guides, the bar that connects the bolt and charging handle, the bolt catch, and the bolt cover broke through normal usage. I'd say don't buy one of these things unless you're prepared to spend a lot of time and a decent amount of $ getting it tuned properly. I've seen it done, but it does take some dedication.
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    1911 Picture Thread

    Is it possible to modify standard 1911 grips to fit a detonics? Thanks
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    I had the same problem. Couldn't get my orange painted one off, so I just hit it with some paint stripper.
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    will aeg m14 bolt covers work?
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    anyone know where to get replacement bolt covers?
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    I doubt AEG op rods would fit on an M14, much less be able to handle the stress. As for the trigger problem, I fixed it with duct tape. Just put a double layer of duct tape between the trigger pin and the inside of the stock, works like a charm. Thanks for the help everybody.
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    I was afraid of that. Thanks for the help!
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    I do have that gap, but I just looked at it again and the rail that slots into the upper reciever doesn't mesh very tightly with the upper reciever. I'm guessing this is the problem? Because the two parts of the trigger box aren't moving, just the whole entire thing.
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    Ive also noticed that when the trigger box is secured to the upper receiver without the stock, it can rock back and forth a good deal. Is it supposed to be this loose?
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    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    I recently received a used WE m14, and the stock seems very worn out. The upper receiver moves back and forth a few mms. I looked through the thread, and the edges in the stock that cause this problem are severely ground down. The main problem is that the trigger box can rock back and forth inside the stock when assembled. when the gun is ready to fire, the trigger will move back a few mms when pulled, then the whole trigger box will sort of rotate back and into the stock, and then a considerably large amount of force must be pushed on the trigger to drop the hammer. Even then, after the bolt cycles, the trigger won't drop the hammer at all, due to some weird interaction with the selector parts. Could a worn out stock be the source of all these problems? Or is there anything else I can do? Thanks!
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    1911 Picture Thread

    Thanks! good to hear.
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