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  1. Faded Mars

    WE Hi Power MkIII

    A decent preview video from CRW including field strip and firing:
  2. Looks like Viva Arms is developing some interesting replicas. Video starts with an AEG M1919 machine gun, but then, in my opinion, gets to the more interesting stuff. I know that G&G has a No4 Mk1 in development, but those models are gas powered like their m1903 and 98k. These ones appear to be spring action, according to the info in English on the wall behind them. Except for the SKS of course, which sounds like it takes both CO2 and green gas mags? Anyway, it sounds like some great news! Anyone who speaks the language able to add more?
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    DAS M4A1 BY GBLS Korea

    I wonder if it's experiencing accuracy and velocity problems for the same reasons some DaytonaGuns do - the rapidity of the bolt/nozzle shoving the BB too far into the bucking, causing under-hop and velocity changes.
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    KWC GBB Mauser M712

    I recently picked up the KWC M712 and a few Tercel magazines (they're on sale on RSOV for $11 a pop) to try in it. I can't really seem to get it to work. I filed down the guide rail part in the magwell as renegadecow suggests so the Tercel magazine now slides in and out freely. However, I've encountered a couple of problems. 1) The magazine catch doesn't want to engage with the Tercel magazine. Inserting the magazine and lifting the gun up results in the mag falling out. It doesn't matter if I try to slam the mag in or gently push it, same thing either way. If I hold the magazine in position (which seems to be with the little nubs on the side of the magazine approximately 1mm away from actually touching the magwell like they should) then I can fire. Gas efficiency is terrible though. Maybe 8-10 shots on a full charge of propane. 2) The nozzle and bolt seem to get caught on the feed lips/blow off port of the Tercel mag. This is (mostly) remedied by keeping the mag down ever so slightly as mentioned above. I would imagine this is also the thing hampering gas efficiency. Has anyone had similar problems with getting Tercel brand M712 magazines to work in their gun? What did you do to remedy it if you did? I'd love to use propane in this thing instead of CO2.

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