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Raven1

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  1. Raven1

    KJW M4

    Wat up Snoop A Loop ! Hope All Is Well Bruh ! ! !
  2. Raven1

    KJW M4

    @ Erebus On That MIAD make sure to use the KJW grip fastener as the Magpul Fastener is slightly L O N G E R than the Kay Jay Dub Ya fastener is bro ! I've had every Magpul grip on mine and currently have the Umbrella Corp Grip installed and never have had An Issue as I've always used the KJW fastener. QUICK TIP: When Removing the grip have the rifle inverted ( Upside Down With Grip Orientated To The Ceiling ) Make Sure to have new grip staged - as in out of the packaging, ready and in easy reach in front of you! Verify Selector Is On 'Safe' With fastener removed, gently 'Rock' the grip side to side ( Not Front/Muzzle - To Back/Stock ) while pulling up at the same time. !Slowly So That way the spring doesn't launch on you! Making sure to capture the detent spring for the selector, set aside. Set the old grip aside and grab the new grip. Slide new grip fully into place, Verify Good contact all the way around, if there are no irregularities ( as in no filing or trimming needed) Gently slide Grip away from lower about half inch or 15mm - Place selector detent spring into place ( Be Aware Spring MIGHT Be At An Angle ! If this IS the case place the spring into its home - Gently slide the grip down to where it just makes contact - Then Slowly VERIFY The Spring IS Compressing and NOT Being Smashed Flat Between Grip And Lower Receiver Body ) If It Is then use a small flat blade screw driver to compress and Hold the spring into the lower receiver and slide the grip on top of and small blade Flat screw driver so that the grip is now holding the screw driver. Slide the screw driver out and install the fastener and let the good times roll baby . . .
  3. Raven1

    KJW M4

    Hola Bitchachos ! ! Just a quick note to let you know I have extensively tested the COMPLETE V1+ Bolt Carrier and this is a sweet reliability upgrade ! ! ! Been gone for a minute as I've been busy ( So Don't ASK ! ) I apologize in advance for my Overly Detailed Reports on the KJW M4 . . .
  4. Raven1

    KJW M4

    @ Kai_Wolf Bro, PM Sent, I Have Some Outstanding News For You !
  5. Raven1

    KJW M4

    The belt is Nylon and provides tension on both sides of the charging handle to the upper receiver where it contacts. The Nylon belt serves 2 functions, To take provide tension AND a slick Lubricated like surface for the charging handle/Bolt Carrier Group Assembly to smoothly & freely move front to back. To provide a mechanism to smoothly engage the Bolt Cup moving back to its 'Home Position' fully collapsed on the Carrier, the spring fully seating the Bolt Cup. Guys, when opening and separating the upper receiver from the lower receiver make sure the Nylon Band is NOT Catching and the BCG slides easily in/out in the upper receiver First BEFORE mating to the lower receiver. This is typically how the band gets damaged and eventually snaps, due to rough handling of how the BCG is placed into the upper receiver or it catching slightly when the 2 halves are shut... Hope This Helps
  6. Raven1

    KJW M4

    Apologies All, Answered All PMs and am available to help anyone who has inquiry... -Raven1
  7. Raven1

    KJW M4

    Correct,,,
  8. Raven1

    KJW M4

    I had my lower receiver machined to accept a MilSpec buffer tube so that it will accept ANY stock end plate. Of course I did it specifically to utilize the Magpul A.S.A.P Plate and it works great. How Ever - The KJW M4 in it's stock form from the factory is physically incapable of using WA Spec Stock End Plates,,,
  9. Raven1

    KJW M4

    Occasionally you will need to look up through the magazine well and verify that the plunger is fully seated against the pin that passes through both sides of the BCG. The Sequence of Installation is: Screw In Round Pin ( Part # 24 ) is removed from the Left Side of the Bolt Cup ( Part # 15 ) The plunger ( Part # 17 ) comes out next. Followed by the Spring ( Part # 35 ) To Install hold the Bolt Cup NOZZLE Pointing Straight Down Drop In Spring ( Part # 35 ) Drop In Plunger ( Part # 17 ) with O-Ring ( Part # 17A ) Installed Onto Plunger Use A Ball Point Pen or Similar to Verify the plunger closes and seats into the inside of the nozzle easily. If it does not then there is some debris there that needs to be cleaned/removed. Once you are Sure The Plunger is moving freely and seating smoothly. Push down on the plunger with ball point pen or similar. This will allow the Screw in round pin to be installed from the side of the bolt cup. Pass the screw in round pin Over the plunger and fasten down screw in round pin once you see it is capturing and holding the plunger. In Short the plunger is slammed shut by pressure from the expanding gases. The gases flow around the 4 internal orifices of the plunger. BB is expelled out of the inner barrel. Pressure continues to climb and over comes the plunger spring ( Part # 35 ) pressure. Closing the Plunger ( Part # 17 ) against its O-Ring Seal ( Part # 17A ) . Pressure Continues to rise pushing back against the piston driving the carrier into the buffer tube. The Phenomenon here is the Plastic Construction of the Plunger ( Part # 17 ) is it deteriorates over time and WILL Crack. When It Does Crack it breaks apart from the constant stress of cycling the bolt carrier group. This also destroys the Spring ( Part # 35 ) and O-Ring Seal ( Part # 17A ) Along with it. I seriously recommend using the Cradle Piston as it is Billet Aluminum and will never break apart. From then on all you will need to do is replace the spring ( Part # 35 ) every 5000 BBs shot.
  10. Raven1

    KJW M4

    A W E S O M E ! !
  11. Raven1

    KJW M4

    I have many pages ago. Please PM me and I will answer any and all questions you have regarding the magazines.
  12. Raven1

    KJW M4

    t_hum Correct, Auto sear spring will slow your rate of fire if it is in the incorrect orientation. @ Sirrith Double check the springs for your auto sear are in the correct orientation. First the locking Spring for the auto sear pin ( Part # 76 ) If the auto sear ( Part # 57 ) is not freely moving properly it will affect ROF or in some cases if the auto sear spring ( Part # 72 ) doesn't hold the Bolt Carrier Group will not fully cycle. Verify that the auto sear spring is properly seated On Top of the Hammer Pin ( Part # 65 ) which also lock that hammer pin down and keeps it from sliding out.
  13. Raven1

    KJW M4

    Hard to say as one can never really tell about the magazine unless one pulls the spring and verifies the thickness. The old revision of spring is Identical EXCEPT for the thickness. The New Springs are Thicker,,,
  14. Raven1

    KJW M4

    Sounds like you have an early version magazine with the weaker follower spring. Part # M14, once this is changed out it will work perfectly,,,
  15. Raven1

    KJW M4

    Not Necessary on the KJW M4 ! The Nozzle is built into the Bolt and is 2X as thick and 3X longer than 'Other' designs making the Nozzle much more resilient and stronger. How Ever: Some magazines may Not fully seat with the Bolt Carrier Group in full battery and it helps to pull the BCG back slightly to seat easier. But this isn't always necessary everytime,,,
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