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  1. tome

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    Thanks Kullwarrior I was hoping that would be the case!
  2. tome

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    Hi, couldn't find this anywhere, but does anybody know where I can get the little fake body pins for the lower receiver? I bought one for a custom build and found that they don't come with the fake pin bits! Cheers Tom
  3. tome

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    Hey, I tried to do a search for this but "f93" was too short a search term. Has anybody tried to fit one of these to a WE m4? http://www.redwolfairsoft.com/redwolf/airsoft/Accessories_Grips_and_Stocks_GBB_Ergo_F93_Pro_Stock_GBB_DE.htm does it have the correct buffer threading? Cheers
  4. Hazarding a guess, this nozzle problem may be known to TM. The o-ring behind the nozzle is a bit special, I don't recall seeing that in any GBB me or my friends have every owned and it's purpose would appear to be reducing the shock on the nozzle when returning to battery. It is also telling that with the o-ring removed the bolt returns fully to battery rather than stopping just short, suggesting that the o-ring was added too late in development to change design or maybe even molds. PS. I'm glad to see you weren't offended enough to just turn and leave arnies. Good on you mate. Some members need to learn some manners.
  5. Probably as a result of the combination of forces from the gas and forces from scrapping a bb from the mag, making the nozzle reach a load state dry firing just can't reach ;-)
  6. unless the design is fundamentally flawed ;-) Just kidding, I'm pretty sure someone will make one out of more suitable plastic.
  7. tome

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    I actually have a PDW but since the trigger box is the same between the two i thought i'd ask here. Is it possible to lighten the trigger pull? I've heard that this is a "realistic" pull for an m4 but for me after years of AEGs and a KJ m4 it just seems too heavy for me and it's making my double taps feel wierd :-S Cheers
  8. tome

    KJW M4

    Nice Good luck on your upgrades. Hope it all goes well, I'd totally build a marksman rifle out of a KJ m4 if the results were worth it!
  9. tome

    KJW M4

    Longer barrel plus more power from hammer or gas :-O doesn't a longer barrel in a gas gun already increase power quite significantly (of course this depends on how much gas is released). At least this was what I experienced with Tanaka m700 series sniper rifles.
  10. tome

    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    Those mags look like they learnt a lesson from Tanio Koba ... which of course is a good thing !
  11. tome

    KJW M4

    I had a quick look at semi auto carriers for real ARs and it looks like it might be possible to make the KJ semi only by filling down the underside of the rear of the carrier enough that it doesn't trip the auto sear. The selector switch would still be able to go into the auto position to move the auto sear into position for auto fire so if you had two bolts you could go from low fps auto to high fps semi just by changing the bolts around. ... or have i gotten confused somewhere?
  12. tome

    KJW M4

    I seem to remember reading in the thread that some brands are easier to mod (closer to the KJ barrel) than others. I can't remember which ones though.
  13. tome

    KJW M4

    I've gotten a reply but it's been about 2 weeks since I emailed her.
  14. tome

    KJW M4

    I've read about the orientation of the spring on the auto sear a few time but don't really understand what I'm looking for. Could someone with one that's in the right place post up a pic?
  15. tome

    KJW M4

    ok, sorted out the problem with the buffer moving slowly. I figured it wasn't supposed to have an almost airtight fit with the buffer tube so i filed around the head of the buffer and now the buffer moves smoothly and quickly. Unfortunately.... it still stops randomly in full auto.....the investigation continues edit: not entirely sure why the buffer had such a tight fit in the first place. Might be the carrier hitting the buffer and deforming it outwards enough to get it to form a semi-seal :S
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