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    GBB psg1

    considering their regular G3A3 is $450 and all the custom things they must develop for a (probably) very small batch, $780 sounds fair. Still I wish it was somewhat cheaper, that's some serious money for an airsoft gun.
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    Maple Leaf 2021 buckings

    Why would anyone still use lubed gas is beyond me
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    Maple Leaf 2021 buckings

    lol. Haven't tried those yet, but have some on the way. Honestly I wouldn't expect them to behave any different, I believe the change is mostly for manufacturing ease (which is welcomed, considering their previous ones had ocasional molding issues). But I'm certainly looking forward to give them a try. Ill try to run some test when they arrive.
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    GBB psg1

    Guys I'm no VFC fan either, having dealt with their always-failing guns for more than a decade. I can see why they are known as Very Frustrating Company. But truth be told, they really stepped up their GBB game in the last couple of years. Their G3 is a solid performer, and I wouldn't expect anything less from the PSG-1, which most likely shares all working parts with.
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    Raptor MP-443 PYa "Grach"

    Awesome review. The choice of an o-ring instead of cup seal is where it shows their lack of experience with GBBs. I'm pretty sure this gun would greatly benefit from a cup seal, and a somewhat lighter hammer spring while we're at it. Giving a second thought on that, IIRC the Makarov nozzle is also 15mm, so maybe we could adapt WE piston head and shaft to the Raptor Grach.
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    wonder if RPK-74 (45rnd) mag shells could fit the WE AK-74 mag internals..
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    I assumed we were talking about the 74 mags (the plastic ones), as those are the ones that break easily, as well as the ones that are much longer than real mags.
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    None. Your best bet is reinforcing the standard shells.
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    ICS BLE

    Fair enough, that's why I emphasised that the rentals allows us to test a gun at a much faster pace than a regular user would. Most users probably won't gent any of the issues until about a year of use, except for the mag catch. That's the only big fail on the gun, and should be evident for anyone that can get their hands on those mags. Really, really sharp metal edges engaging a tiny plastic surface should be an obvious no-go. Other than that, it's true that there are many guns with less durability, but there's also many that last 20x more. I guess comrade Diatlov can say it clearer:
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    ICS BLE

    Well we got some of those for the rental field and results are not good at all. Yup, it's a snappy gun... being a really light weight slide. But the recoil, accuracy and range are "meh" at best. The real issue is with durability. At the rental field, guns go through about a 500 rounds every day. This allow us to test guns at a much faster place than any normal user would. At that pace, the humble WE G17s are lasting for 2 years before showing any failure, which normally is the sear, right where it engages with the trigger bar. The ICSs lasted less than a month. The most obnoxious design flaw is the plastic magazine catch that engages really sharp edges on the mags, and furthermore, with a really small surface area, so they fail really fast. Other broken parts have been hammers, seals, and sears. All in all, I wouldn't recommend them at all.
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    Army G36 Feedback?

    At that sort of temperature you should be using at least Map Pro / propylene or even black gas
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    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    The 74M is post-soviet and is the most common rifle in any deployment, the previous AK-74, AKS-74 and most other variants can be seen a lot in training but they are long gone from actual service. The plan is to modernise most of those guns to the 74M3 spec (which is something airsoft manufacturers could easily do as well) and get any new production in the AK-12 / 15 variant. They are already making their way to the units and are gonna be the most common in a decade. This is no AN-94.
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    AK & Variants Picture Thread

    Wut? They have been officially adopted by the Russian military, and chances of changes at this point is close to zero
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    I've removed the side rail for the RPK project, so had to replace the rivet with a round head screw and two nuts. There was no way in hell I could get the proper rivets and tooling in my area. Then I filled the screw slot with epoxy and painted it. Looks pretty much like a rivet.
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    WE Makarov PMM

    nope and nope. As long as you keep it in the normal operating range (80 to 160PSI), gas pressure has no influence on FPS. And the gun is not a joule creeper with such a short barrel.
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    Weird, just checked ours with the handguards off and there's literally zero wobble, and they have about 4 years of use. The only one that has is because the owner pushed the pin in the wrong direction + he's using a RPK-length, full steel barrel extension. Which I'm totally gonna fix with this technique, so thanks!
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    WE Makarov PMM

    It does, but bear in mind the pressure relief sleeve takes 13mm out of the usable barrel length, and it's a 6.04... so the FPS are just about (o even slightly below than) that of the OEM barrel with no extension
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    WE Makarov PMM

    A silly mod / upgrade than can help with accuracy: prevent any movement in the inner barrel by shimming the space between the inner and outer with a cut out from an old bucking. In the pic I'm using a Ra-Tech 84mm x 6.01 inner barrel, as that's the longest one and tightest that fits
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    Thanks! I've never seen such problem develop in our 74Us, but our custom-build "WE" RPK has some wobble on the barrel. Will try this fix asap
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    Any pics? Wouldn't that weaken the trunnion?
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    WE AKS-74UN First Impressions (Pic heavy)

    No aftermarket outers for these.
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    "New Wave" Small Rice 7 (MP7) Review

    Then it's either a worn out nozzle to bolt carrier oring, or the nozzle is disconnecting prematurely from the bucking. That should be easy to check for, just pull the charging handle and see if it stays coupled to the chamber for a couple cm then snaps back, or it just wants to follow the bolt carrier
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    "New Wave" Small Rice 7 (MP7) Review

    Maybe first-gen mags? (the ones with lower gas routes)
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    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    Certainly. Nothing beats the OEM cup seals when it comes to the 0-100 PSI use, no matter how hi-tech they look. I get what you mean, pretty much the only brand of green gas we have readily available here is drenched in silicone oil, which makes a mess in the bucking and inner barrel totally screwing accuracy. Maybe you can find Puff Dino gas, that's really low in silicone content which gives it a great performance.
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    WE Desert Eagle (Licensed by Cybergun)

    Unless you really filled the mag with gasket, the different capacity might be just due to air trapped inside. Try purgin the mags, by "filling" them for a second while pressing the release valve. Repeat a couple times with the gas can nozzle up and a couple with in the regular position. That should flush all the uncompressible nitrogen out and give you the 12s loading back That's ... incorrect, to put it in soft words. The cup type piston head they have from factory is the best. There's simply no way around it, they seal perfectly under pressure, go smooth as silk after release. Despite quite some fancy piston heads out there that looks like might work better, the original design is superior to all of them
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