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  1. NonEx

    Gas magazine valve key dimensions

    Oooh, high precision technical drawings, me like
  2. NonEx

    Gas magazine valve key dimensions

    TM style valves.
  3. This is a bit of a random FYI post. Someone on my YouTube channel asked me about the dimensions of gas magazine valve keys and I took the time to do an MS Paint illustration and figured I might as well share it here as well.
  4. NonEx

    TM 1911 Trigger Issue

    For installation of safety the hammer should be cocked, right side ambi safety in first (if applicable), left-hand side safety lever inserted almost at the full most upward position. Grip safety slightly depressed. Wiggle in place during installation.
  5. NonEx

    WE G series MOS full house

    I got confirmation from KY that you only need to replace the gas route rubber with the above item to make normal Glock magazines work in the MOS series.
  6. NonEx

    WE G series MOS full house

    From what I have been told only the gas route rubber is different. KY Airsoft sell them separately. https://www.kyairsoft.com/magazine-bbs/armorer-works-magazine/vx-series/aw-custom-vx7-vx9-rmr-slide-gase-magazine-rubber-gas-route.html Install that on any WE Glock compatible mag and it should be good to go in a WE Glock MOS pistol. I do wonder though if the feed lip part is different as well but I don't think so. Let me see if I can double check with KY on that.
  7. NonEx

    Glock Picture Thread

    Glokarov 42?
  8. NonEx

    TM 1911 Trigger Issue

    Good catch. I remember seeing this illustrated from browsing the Guarder website. Here is the image for reference: Although I guess if the leaf spring is forcefully pushed in place I am not sure how leaving that left side edge on would affect the trigger action? It could also be as mentioned above something jamming if installed slightly out of place. The airsoft 1911 leaf spring, hammer, sear and trigger bar configuration is finicky.
  9. NonEx

    H&K Picture Thread

    The VP9 is one sexy gun.
  10. Thank you But yeah, it seems the latest finishes from Glock are a deeper pure black rather than my image of the ideal Glock finish which is slightly lighter and a little grayish. So, huhm. To go for what is actually correct right now or what I want? 😛
  11. So. With the WE Glock 19 GEN5 MOS release happening and KY Airsoft custom marking versions coming shortly I am gearing up for my ultimate custom order of one of these. I am planning to go all in and have it Cerakote finished. I am trying to figure out which Cerakote finishes to use to best try to replicate the look and "feel" of an RS Glock GEN5 factory finish. The parts I am looking at having done are: Slide + cover plate + adapter plates Barrel Extractor Guide rod Rear plate It's really difficult to decide based on Cerakotes official color chart sample "pictures" (the wave thingies) and all of the actual real world sample images of finishes are heavily dependent on lighting conditions and camera settings etc. so can't be sure what is what. Basically I am wondering if anyone can tell for "sure" from real world experience which finishes look most like an RS Glock finish. The other problem I guess is that the Glock finishes have changed over the years and generations so the definition of what I think is an RS Glock finish is also a bit diffuse I suppose 😛 Anyways. In my mind, what I am looking for is: Slide: Dark/medium black/grayish finish (semi gloss) Barrel: Offset one shade darker than the slide (normal gloss) Extractor: Offset one shade lighter than the slide (low gloss) Guide rod: Offset one shade lighter than the slide (low gloss) Rear plate: Offset one shade lighter than the slide (low gloss) I think in relative terms that is how the different components of a Glock GEN5 look in relation to each other (?). Are there levels of gloss as an option on Cerakote as well? How does that work and what are the scale/numbers for glossiness? The official 3D view on Glocks site is a little too dark/black and uniform between the slide and barrel finish for what I am imagining but you can twist this thing around to see for yourselves what they think their Glock GEN5s should look like 😛 https://us.glock.com/en/pistols/g19-gen5-mos-fs
  12. NonEx

    WE G series MOS full house

    WE and KY Airsoft posted updates today. All models should be out and available now. I will start discussions with KY Airsoft for a custom Glock 19 GEN5 MOS for myself!
  13. NonEx

    WE G series MOS full house

    Well, go see for yourself as KY just posted that those two models are next to be released 😛 No pics of the G45 MOS yet though. And the 19X MOS is not "correct". Wait... As per your reference and RS pics, their 19X MOS is basically the Glock 45 MOS Don't forget they usually release these with custom markings shortly after WE OEM release if you want to hold out for that. You can also talk to KY Airsoft directly on FB Messenger for further customization and Cerakote etc. https://www.kyairsoft.com/guns/we-pistols-gbbp/we-g-series/g19/we-g19x-gen5-mos-bk.html?fbclid=IwAR0xDqIeEMVDV40bfonjzkznokSev_oMiyuK2rjjAmLNXUtCcIcn69rOwqU https://www.kyairsoft.com/guns/we-pistols-gbbp/we-g-series/g19/ky-custom-g45-gbb-pistol-we-g19x-mos-modify-version.html?fbclid=IwAR3iwtoNmJ8mm0-ss2qNTUNKw8Pj0S8YYWeJ47BJsx6FA7hfKy01i6zqapk If nothing else I would think you can custom build one by asking KY Airsoft to mix and match upper/lower parts for you to get a correct G45 MOS.
  14. NonEx

    WE G series MOS full house

    I am not familiar with what a proper frame is for the G45.
  15. NonEx

    WE G series MOS full house

    KY Airsoft confirmed with the factory that Glock 19 GEN5 MOS is on the way but no exact date yet. I can't imagine it will be too far behind. Same for Glock 17 GEN5 MOS most likely.
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