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ManMarin3

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About ManMarin3

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  • Airsofter since
    2004
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    New Zealand
  1. ManMarin3

    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    Eh the M14 is easy to get tuned, tightbore, nineball hop rubber and your practically away laughing, the only other things i would get would be the RA tech trigger unit shell, the operating rod to bolt carrier bar (can;t remember part name at the moment), and the RA tech trigger pin. Just make sure you keep her lubed up properly with silicone grease on the parts where metal move past metal and you should be fine.
  2. ManMarin3

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    nope just the end i use for loading my AEGs aswell
  3. ManMarin3

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    i just use a speed loader held at about a 80* angle over the top towards the front and pinch the sides of the feeding nozzle to stop bb's going anywhere else and it loads just fine and quick
  4. ManMarin3

    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    there is a little set screw on the underside holding the castle nut in if you haven't already removed that
  5. ManMarin3

    WE G39C GBB

    it's the delayer, same as part 66 for the M4, just make you get the OB version of the part or you will have to use the old style firing pin aswell
  6. ManMarin3

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    what JKpics said and you may need to look at the trigger or hammer sear as they may have worn out, alternatively could be a cracked trigger
  7. ManMarin3

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    are you firing on semi/ full auto and what temperature are you in, the only times i have had similar with my SCAR was when a BB got lodged above the nozzle, although it does sound like the main O-ring drying out thru cooldown and seizing, what lube do you use on it?
  8. getting impatient waiting for open bolt mag conversions to arrive

  9. ManMarin3

    WE SCAR Review

    the conversion does come with the buffer at the end, mine did
  10. ManMarin3

    WE G39C GBB

    trimming the nozzle allows you to raise the FPS more with the NPAS, i found not trimming it seems to be the only way to get sub 350 speeds on GG or propane
  11. ManMarin3

    M14 Picture Thread

    i didn't really, only the part that screws onto the receiver i dremmelled down to make it fit as the gap is a lot smaller than the bit on the WE, the rest is just held in by the collar up front, also used a bolt from my MOE rails as it was a bit beefier and easier to torque tighter than the KA screw. @tinydata, yeah not a bad idea, also, would a RS op rod or any other parts fit? i find the WE one ugly as sin.
  12. ManMarin3

    M14 Picture Thread

    Nice one Tinydata, just finished mine also, WE m14 in a refurbinshed USGI stock with a KA tri-rail
  13. ManMarin3

    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    i must've gotten lucky with mine then, was a bit disapointed with the NPAS, found to achieve lower fps i had to not follow the instructions for installing it from their videos and just straight swap it out for the stock WE nozzle. Following the instructions on a mates one we could barely get it below 350 fps on 0.20g bb's, and this is in about 10-15 *C weather. Also, update on the USGI stock, almost there with dremmeling it out to make it fit, had to take a break as spent an hour trying to make the upper fit in and realised i hadn't dremmelled out the space where the tappet plate sits... derp
  14. ManMarin3

    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    Mine fit without issue, definitely tighter tolerances getting it in there though. Lotsa super lube silicone grease helped also.
  15. ManMarin3

    WE M14 Gas Blowback Rifle

    Having just acquired a refurbished USGI walnut stock , from first measurements there's a fair bit of work to do, the channel where the operating rod moves in needs to be ground out, but basically all the way to the front of the handguard as the gas tube is fatter as well, also a few bits need dremelling where the receiver and trigger pack go in to make it fit. I'm taking my time with it so i don't destroy this beautiful stock. Most of the differences are within about 0.5cm, just a bit fiddly to work around.
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