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  1. Make: Tokyo Marui Gun/Model: New-Gen Recoil Shock G36K Accessories: UFC Dual optic gunsight, STAR slimline handguard, 5x MAG midcaps, Laylax rear sling swivel mount Condition: Used, excellent FPS: Stock Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: No/No/No Price/Payment: £250 plus postage Pictures: See below Hello all, up for sale today is a lovely Tokyo Marui Recoil Shock G36K EBBR. Internals are stock, and the externals have been subtly enhanced with a selection of accessories to include the following: Laylax rear sling swivel UFC Dual optic gunsight with magnified scope and red-dot sight (has accurate G36-style crosshair markings) STAR old-school nylon fibre slimline handguard with matching aluminium outer barrel extension A selection of sling swivel pins that can be fitted to the front of the carry handle mount (Laylax, UFC, STAR) In addition, the package includes: Original TM carry handle optic Original TM Railed G36K handguard Original TM 50 round magazine 5x MAG 100-round midcap magazines Original Box+Sundries All internals, including electrics left stock. Runs like new, strong recoil effect, ready to go out the package, 7.4V Li-Po ready. Original TM parts fitted for shipping, all acessories can be easily fitted with a simple screwdriver or by hand. Prices are negotiable, but I am not willing to split the package’s contents at this time. Please contact me if you have any questions, would like additional photos or videos of the rifle firing. Please have a valid defence for purchasing a RIF ready as this will be verified. Postage will be via Parcelforce, local collection in and around Norfolk area preferred. Thank you for your interest.
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    Snoopy's Initial Impressions on the Tokyo Marui MP7A1 GBB

    It would seem that buying a spare nozzle would be the best course of action, as I usually run propane. I probably won't even need it given England's lovely (HA!) weather. I saw some references earlier in the thread that the aftermarket nozzles increase the FPS somewhat - is this a significant increase when installed in a model without any mods?
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    Snoopy's Initial Impressions on the Tokyo Marui MP7A1 GBB

    Had a read through the whole thread. Pretty good stuff to know, all in all. I've been seeing a lot more aftermarket loading nozzles recently on all the major shops in Asia and locally, beyond the usual Azimuth ones. Any other impressions regarding their durability and performance? Also, how well do the original TM parts "mesh" with the aftermarket nozzles?
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    Tokyo Marui M9A1

    Aye, it's as you say. After it arrived, I had a play with a variety of different weapon lights, including three different brands of M3 and M3X, and all bar the ACM one fit. No skin off my teeth as I wanted a new torch anyway.
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    Tokyo Marui M9A1

    Well what surprised me was that my ACM torch fits on every other rail I have including real milspec ones just fine, but not at all on the M9, leading me to believe that the rail is out of spec as too wide.
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    Tokyo Marui M9A1

    Hi guys, I've got one of these heading my way soonish, and as a result I was wondering about accessories, namely regarding torches and the railed frame. A friend of mine got his a few months back and bought an Element M3X to go with it. It fit - barely - and with quite a lot of effort to push the thing on as it was a very tight squeeze. We also tried to mount another torch I had lying around, but that didn't go on in the slightest - the rail was far too wide. Has anyone else had these problems? What torches would you recommend? I kind of want an M3 or similar, but I'd rather not shell out the dosh only to find out it won't fit on.
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    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    Most recent (and by "recent" I mean last Summer) photo of me inna field at Tudders, rocking the San Marco, LBV, and HK33E.
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    UK Spec KWA KMP9 Pictures

    Excellent. I was planning on getting an MP9 in the near future, and since I usually run my gas guns on propane, I knew it would probably run way too hot. Guess I'll add the valve to my future shopping list and see.
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    UK Spec KWA KMP9 Pictures

    Does anyone know what it chrono's on .20 BBs using pure propane and a Dangerwerx valve?

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