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  1. danielsilva

    WE G39C GBB

    I do believe that it is identical to the new open bolt m4, it work won't with the new type firing pin but you can still use the old one if you use both old type valve delayer and firing pin.
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    I would believe it if this would be the case throughout the entire range but some models work pretty well ootb ( WE M4/M16 OB, G36 ), others need just a few pieces ( one piece trigger cage/M14, extra buffers/hingle plate|SCAR ) and others are almost complete failure ( AK, PDW ) ...
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    The Computer Question Thread

    I always use protection !
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    The Computer Question Thread

    High def dude ... high def ! Them 1080p 3D porn videos aren't small :D
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    Try using a similarly sized torx drive.
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    The Computer Question Thread

    You kids and your fancy toys .... My Q8300 is more than enough for me ! Long are gone the days were i was rocking 2 top of the line GPU's, ES CPU's, fancy mobos and cooling systems that would put CERN to shame. The only thing i want right now is disk space, 10TB at the moment and still growing
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    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    I would say that if you're a conservative player using co2 might be beneficial but if you play use other very short and spaced bursts, imho its not worth it. Last year or so I went to a game in the Czech Republic and took my CB WE M4 with me, since it was cold there ( -5 at one point ) I tried to use my co2 mags but after a few hours I had to switch to propane cause the low temps and high humidity kept freezing everything, at one point I had to hammer down the carrier forward since the water froze from the co2 and the carrier got stuck. The co2 mags are more maintenance free but if you live in a cold and wet area, the co2 might create more problems than fix things. I sold all my co2 mags and bought VN mags instead.
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    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    Why don't you put some chalk ( or something that rubs off easily ) on the mag, insert and remove and then see where is it rubbing. You didnt answered that last question though, does the mag enter freely if you separate the lower from the upper ?
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    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    There's no difference in terms of blowback/recoil/cycling, the VN mags do behave better in terms of showing cooldown though and even when completely frozen they still function without spilling all the gas they have. The downsides are gas capacity and they will get too cold if you reload them more than 2/3 times. Regarding the pouches i just use regular pouches and stuff something in the bottom to make some height.
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    AR15 Variants and Derivitives Picture Thread

    First of all, sorry for the very bad picture ! I'll post better pictures when the M203 and BUIS get's home.
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    I've had to re-fit everything more than one time on replicas that came from RAT, not complaining though ... more work and thus € for me !
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    Pics of your Gear

    My usual setup ( unless i'm playin' CQB/MOUT ), * Not pictured : - Propper MARPAT Trousers - TruSpec Combat Shirt MARPAT - Under Armour undershirt - Oakley Assault SI 8'' Boots
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    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    Great photos, those tactical snickers ruin the bottom pic a bit though.
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    And then spend a whole day filling down Ra-Tech parts to fit them ....
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    My eye! Sweet Jesus, Ouch!

    This is actually pretty easy to fix

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