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Algy

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  1. Algy

    WE P226 R

    Hong Kong: http://www.airsoftglobal.com/shop/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=51_297&products_id=16872 UK: http://www.milspecsolutions.co.uk/gas-blowback-pistols/we-pistols/we-p226-e2-gas-blowback-pistol.html&limit=100 Europe: http://gunfire.pl/product-eng-1152203490-F226-E2-pistol-replica.html
  2. Algy

    WE P226 R

    What is the gas efficiency like in low temps, can it get a full magazine out or do you just have to load fewer pellets? I'm assuming the gas reservoir is quite large. I'm eyeing up a traded version, but want to make sure that it is good for more than just wall hanging.
  3. My old style Co2 mags are having great difficulty firing more than 16-17 shots in current temperatures (it is rather chilly, but that's the point of using Co2 mags), and was looking at these as a permanent replacement. So what is the verdict on these? Is it functionally better than its chunky predecessor, or does it just look more appealing? Apologies for the dreadful necro.
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    What's your backup?

    KJW CO2 MEU, it's a bit battered, but it still shoots straight and gas consumption per shot is better than using Green gas/propane.
  6. Algy

    Schnitzel with noodles - what made you smile today?

    Same boat as post above. Though I'm sure the guilty conscience will evaporate once I have my shiny new toy.
  7. Is it wise to leave a bulb screwed into the magazine? I was told that one should always leave them empty for storage.
  8. Sorry to hear that the new magazines are not much of an improvement. But at least they look a bit better than the large base plate ones. Instead of using an o-ring between the nylon seal and CO2 bulb, I use PTFE tape (plumber's tape, Teflon tape or whatever you call it): Just wrap some around the top of the bulb. It's soft, so forms a pretty good seal. Good luck getting the mags to work.
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