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  1. So... I recently purchased two WE M4 GBBR receiver kits from KY Airsoft. Two blank uppers and two lowers, one with Colt markings and the other with Daniels Defense ones. Looked super nice, tight fit and the pin holes on both, just looking at the blank kits (upper and lower, switching them around) seemed to line up between the two kits. Which is great because I got the two uppers to have for my dual upper URGI build project. Basically building the two URGI uppers with the two blank uppers on the Colt lower and having the Daniel Defense for something else in the future. BUT! When KY Airsoft re-finished (i.e. new "paint") the receiver kits they did not re-finish the receiver pin holes, making them undersized by about 0.3-0.5mm So, when I went to install the parts and pins in the new kit, they did not fit. The receiver pins are 6.29mm in size (using RS DPMS pins. Have worked on previous WE M4 GBBR rifles that were complete and came with WE OEM pins installed). The receiver holes were something like 5.95mm-6.15mm in size. At first I put the receiver pair I was working on together, made sure they were a tight fit and the holes lined up and went to work with some 400 grit sandpaper wrapped around a 5.5mm punch to get the size right. After an hour of working the punch/sandpaper in the holes and the pins still not fitting I got frustrated and moved on to some more aggressive methods... 😐 Busted out my $20 USD hand-help cord-less drill and went to town with a 6.5mm metric bit. Needless to say, it did not go well. Firstly because the bit is too big, secondly because I did it hand-held with a $20 USD cordless drill, and I did not clamp the receiver kit in place so when the drill bit bit into the aluminum receiver it jerked around and I ended up with some pretty wonky holes... Anyways. Doing some thinking and math I would assume the receiver pin holes should be 1/4" in size, which equals 6.35mm. Meaning the pins will fit but not have a lot of play in them. My question is, and what I need help with is. How in the h*ll would I go about re-sizing the receiver holes to the proper dimensions, keeping them centered and aligned, without jitter when drilling, AND doing this consistently on two receiver kits so that they would be interchangeable when finished? Sounds like an impossible task without a solid jigg, a super sturdy and precise drill press or with a CNC router or something. So, I would like to know what your thoughts and ideas on this are, and what I can do to get this right on the receiver kit that I haven't messed up, and the new kit I bought to replace the one I damaged 😛 BTW, I have tried making this dual upper dream become reality once before by just buying a stand-alone upper (years ago, not from KY) to swap with my existing old WE M4 GBBR kit. On that upper that I got the holes weren't even in the right place to go with my existing lower so... Maybe I am chasing the impossible here? HALP, my OCD is killing me 😢 Maybe one of my Swedish buddies can help? @MODDAN @GRIM! @Dj_komodo
  2. Wooly_Booly

    WE TA 2015, P90 review

    P90, WE90, Play 90, TA2015, the gun with too many names. The gun so many people around the world have been waiting half a decade for is finally out! Up until recently there had been no new information regarding it and the project had been barred from production by Cybergun, but WE surprised us and released it anyways. Who knows what else in in the works, the AUGustus Caesar ^^^^hehe may very well still be somewhere. 76 picture album here! I got mine from Airsoft Taiwan since they were the only place to have enough mags in stock when I ordered it. I placed my order on the 20th of October and received it on the 26th of October, all the way from Taiwan. It made it into the states and through customs in 6 days. Very pleased with the speed. Airsoft Taiwan even notified me of an error in the listed weight for the magazines, leading to additional shipping costs and refunded me $75. All around wonderful service, I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Airsoft Taiwan, especially if you're looking for RA-tech parts. Video will be up soon! --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Packaging: Packaging is the usual odd WE packaging. There is an image of the P90 over an urban city background. You've got some Chinese writing, a funky font for the T.A-2015 logo and the two WE logos. I can't read Chinese, though my quick doodles through Google translate trying to replicate their difficult to read stylized font gave me "????, ????", "King of the road again, Die Another Day". No clue what that means, I could have also possibly gotten one of the symbols wrong. The package is actually really small compared to what I pictured, I put my hand on it for scale. Inside the package you get the WE TA 2015, one magazine, the manual and one of their new Dragon notadildo speed loaders. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The Gun: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Externals: Externally, the gun is damn fine. WE's polymer has always been very sturdy and very comfortable in the hand. No creaking or wobbling aside from the charging rod/handle thing. My Tokyo Marui High Cycle feels a little toy-ish compared to this, both in weight and material. The upper assembly is unfortunately plastic, though the tri-rail assembly is metal. Angry Gun and some other companies will most likely have a metal upper sometime soon, keep your fingers crossed for a red dot upper. The unfortunate part of the upper being plastic is that the threading for the outer barrel are two halves of the plastic coming together. Not so bad, though as I showed in one of the last pictures in my album if you over tighten the grub screw the pieces will bend, leading to accuracy issues. Airsoft Taiwan probably over tightened it after painting the tip. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Function/Assembly: Function is no different than a standard P90. You have your round selector switch, dual side charging handle, dual side magazine release and a tri-rail. Being a bullpup, the trigger is a little on the heavier side, though moving your trigger finger a little higher up helps a lot. Magazine can be a little bit tricky when you're inserting it. If you watched Redwolf Airsoft's video you should know by now that you are NOT supposed to slap it down, even if Tim did do it immediately after. Due to how the valve connects the magazine to the internal gas chamber they need to be lined up properly. I've had a few points where I've pushed the magazine down without the valves being properly lined up and had a mist of gas released in my face. The magazine is very easy to load, no special feed lips or odd angles required, just point it down and load. They hold a LOT of gas, though out of the box you might get some varying performance or you may only be able to load a small amount of gas. This happens when you still have air in the magazine which displaces the gas. An easy way to solve this is to hold the release valve for just a second while filling the gas. You don't need to do it too long, only for a moment after you see gas start to shoot out. This can happen with most every gas gun, same steps to fix it apply. One thing I didn't notice in my first look-around of the gun is that there is actually a dry-fire mode. Right next to the feeding port on the magazine is a small metal plate you can push forward to cover the separate part of the follower which actuates a lever on the inside of the gun to slightly lock the bolt back. Hop-up uses the same rotary design you find in most WE GBBR's, (ex. Scar's, Ace VD, AK, etc) very easy to use, you can adjust it by removing the magazine. Turn left to raise the hop, right to lower it. Accuracy is pretty decent, I was landing most shots on a tree in my back yard 100 and 150 feet away with .3's. Much better stock hop-up assembly than the Scar H, though there is still room for improvement Disassembly is veeeeeeeery easy, you can disassemble most of it in the gun in a few seconds. First step is to pull the charging handle, locking back the hammer. The carrier/recoil assembly will not move unless the hammer is locked back all the way. Next, take off the magazine and you'll notice a button right above the thumb hole. Push it down and the entire assembly slide off. Aim the body down and the carrier assembly will slide right out. The butt plate slides upwards, and the trigger assembly can be removed by pulling up a little lever and aiming it down so it slides out. When reassembling, be careful of the position of the butt plate! The recoil rod assembly has a pin which sits in a slot in the butt plate, and if it isn't seated properly you will have feeding/cycling issues. The P90 uses a closed bolt system, but it is NOT the closed bolt AWSS system WE had previously used. The real P90 fires from a closed bolt position, and WE replicated this in their manual. A closed bolt basically means that the carrier and bullet are seated and fully forward waiting for the hammer to release and strike the firing pin. In the case of GBB's it strikes the release valve. Most every modern GBB uses a system like this. It is open bolt and closed bolt, though it doesn't use the AWSS system. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Firing: Semi auto test: * FPS: 460.0, Joules: 1.96 * FPS: 452.8, Joules: 1.9 * FPS: 447.9, Joules: 1.86 * FPS 434.4, Joules: 1.75 * FPS: 443.9, Joules: 1.83 * FPS: 440.5, Joules: 1.8 * FPS: 442.1, Joules: 1.81 * FPS: 435.7, Joules: 1.76 * FPS: 439.0, Joules: 1.79 * FPS: 439.9, Joules: 1.8 Full auto test with a new magazine: First 11 bb burst: * FPS: 453.3, Joules: 1.9, RPS: 17.79 Second 12 bb burst: * FPS: 443.4, Joules: 1.82, RPS: 17.2 Third 10 bb burst: * FPS: 421.2, Joules: 15.63, RPS 15.63 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Extra: Dragon speed loader Very nice quality, really sturdy made, seems to be made of the same material the magazine shells are made from. Works like you'd expect any speed loader to work, and it works great. No complaints, looks pretty funny and feels comfortable to hold.ribbedforherpleasure
  3. WE AK-74UN MAGPUL Custom Build, The Beginning A little over two and a half years ago (November 7th of 2015 to be exact) I posted a concept photo of a WE AK-74UN MAGPUL custom build on Instagram I was thinking about doing. It looked like this: Instagram, 2015-11-07 First concept image of the build. http://i.imgur.com/cbjrIXr.png Basically a WE AK-74UN with a MAGPUL MOE AK hand guard, MAGPUL MOE PMAG AK magazine shell, MAGPUL MOE AK pistol grip and a MAGPUL MOE AK stock. Also with an RMR sight and different muzzle brake. There were several challenges with this concept. A major one being that the AK hand guard in the smallest size MAGPUL offer is too long for the WE AK-74UN model. The fixed AK stock also required the rear mounting trunnion that is on the WE AK-47 PMC receiver. My base gun was a WE AK-74UN model. Also, the fact that, as far as I knew at the time, no one had attempted to fit any of these parts on a WE AK GBBR rifle so it was pretty much just hoping for the best in terms of if any of this would actually work, with or without mods. So, I set out to get the parts to start the project. I managed to source a WE AK-47 PMC receiver via special order from KIC Taiwan (http://kic.com.tw/). NOTE: These days I would use KY Airsoft for extra, spare and replacement parts for WE guns (http://www.kyairsoft.com/) Instagram, 2015-11-26 WE AK-47 PMC receiver delivered from KIC Taiwan! No different internally than the original WE AK-74UN receiver. http://i.imgur.com/A5gLqVc.png Next up came a delivery from Brownells Sweden (https://www.brownells.se/) of the MAGPUL AK parts. Instagram, 2015-11-30 Delivery of MAGPUL AK parts from Brownells Sweden. http://i.imgur.com/eScFCJ5.png
  4. renegadecow

    WE CT25 Colt Junior

    As many people hate on the WE brand, you have to give them credit in releasing the widest range of unique products (not including double barrel versions) with the latest release having the record as smallest GBB pistol: the CT25. Known as the Colt Junior in real steel, it was originally a licensed copy of the Astra Cub from Spain in the 1950s. It came in .22LR and .25ACP, both holding 6+1 rounds with later produced mags holding 7+1. WE's replica can hold 7+1, comes in black or silver, with or without a threaded barrel and devoid of any markings aside from their logo on the grips. KY Airsoft however offer custom engraved models on their website ranging from the original Astra Cub to Colt licensed (early) and Colt produced (late) versions with accompanying custom logo medallions. I really wanted one of the traded ones at first but importing airsoft guns and even parts have become a pain in my country right now thanks to customs tightening up. Thankfully though one of the local shops brought these in and I quickly picked it up. It is a freakishly tiny gun, slightly smaller even than the NBB 1908 Vest Pocket Hammerless by HFC and SRC, however this does provide enough space on the frame for a two fingered grip with the pinky under the base plate whereas the 1908 only has space for one (pinky and ring finger under the base plate). Being small, everything inside pertaining to GBB functionality is equally in miniature including the blowback unit so recoil is very mild but pleasantly snappy enough. It has a manual safety on the left side which doubles as a slide catch but does not lock the slide back on empty. Instead, when out of bbs, the hammer falls without firing the gun just like the real one does with the chamber empty. It also has a magazine safety which prevents the trigger from moving when the magazine is out of the gun. It shoots an average of 226fps with .20g bbs at 27C and holds enough gas for 30+ rounds which is nothing short of mind boggling given the size of the mag! The hop-up is adjustable via a screw on top of the outer barrel but is of the AWSS design as conventional Tokyo Marui style hop rubbers are simply too big to fit. The sites are a simple ramp front and notch rear but are low and hard to see; guns this size are more suitable for point shooting anyway. Despite that it shoots relatively accurately (while straining the eyes) grouping 5" at 10m however this was after fixing a problem with the outer barrel which I'll discuss more later. To disassemble, remove the magazine and lock the slide back. Rotate the barrel 90 degrees CCW then pull it out 2/3 the way then rotate it back 90 degrees CW and it should pull out of the slide the rest of the way. Disengage the slide lock and the slide can be pulled away from the frame. The recoil spring and guide are not captive but their ends are tight against each other so the two will want to stay on the slide. More on the barrel problem, when I got mine about 1 in 5 shots would veer completely to the left. Checking the muzzle showed that the bbs were indeed hitting the right part of the barrel. To keep with appearances, the crown and fake rifling are .25ACP which is just about as big as a 6mm bb and one of the rifling lands probably had too thick a coat of silver plating that it got in the way. To sort this out I wrapped some 800 grit sandpaper around the smooth end of a 5mm drill bit and sanded down the rifling a hair. I had to take the inner barrel and hop rubber out first so I wouldn't have to worry about scratching or dirtying them up. One more issue that's come up recently now that I've used it some is not having the slide cycle on the last round. It was also shooting a little lower at about 200fps which led me to believe that the valve knocker was only making a glancing blow on the valve. While hardly a deal breaker as the gun still technically spits out the last round, I decided to try and fix it. I figured that the ball-detent inside the magazine had broken in enough (it was the only part that appeared to have any real wear) that it took less pressure from the bb follower to trip the knocker disconnect in the gun. This resulted in prematurely tripping the disconnect function so the valve knocker doesn't get to depress the valve deep enough for the knocker lock/delayer to engage and cycle the slide. To fix it, I cut off about 0.5mm from the top of the bb follower (highlighted in red) where it pushes the silver lever up. You can access the bb follower from the side by removing the plate but be careful of the ball bearing under the silver lever as it's very small. You could also access the bb follower from below by removing the pinned base plate.
  5. It's just a bit strange that no one in the English speaking world has done a review on the "new wave" MP7. I hear a lot of raves on the VFC MP7, which while I am sure is 1:1 and kicks like a mule, it is also significantly lighter. After witnessing the video review by nugentgl and seeing the complexity of the VFC, not to mention the 2 piece (plastic?) inner frame and barrel, I decided that the "new wave" MP7 was a much better engineered beast which deserves a little more exposure. I have owned many^2 airsoft guns in my time, so I will draw upon the experience from the other guns that I have had as well. I am not the person to make pretty pictures or write fluffy sales pitches, so this is a no BS, first impression + technical and performance review. ......................... I saw this thing at the local airsoft store the other day, and I wasn't really gonna get it. Having owned a KSC MP7, KWC Mini UZI, and still own a KSC MP9 and a VFC MP5, I didn't see a point in another SMG/PDW. But the sales guy knows I am curious and tempts me with this relatively internet-obscure gun, took it out of the gun cabinet and let me fire this. One full auto dump at 15*C and I was hooked. It was loud, my ears rang. It had kick, was enough to offset my aim on single hand semi and on auto. It had ROF. It had no drop in ROF. I chronoed this at the store, and it was around 360fps on 0.2gs, for a relatively cold day it wasn't bad at all. After some um and ahhring I parted with my cash. My wife is gonna kill me. Here is the box it comes it. It comes with the sights, rails unmounted. It also comes with a disassembly allen key, a thread adaptor for a 14-ve silencer and a spare stock stopper (not steel). Here is the comparison between the 4 different platforms: KSC MP9 is at 1.8kgs, 5" barrel, 1:1 WE MP7 is at 2.1kgs, 7" barrel, 1:1 VFC MP5 is at 2.5kgs, 8" barrel. 1:1 DE UMP is at 2kgs, 8" barrel Here is front side, its pretty typical plastic from WE, similar to their G36/G39 plastic, with a finer texture. Everything that needs to be metal is metal. Flash hider/barrel/gas block etc. But its typical WE metal; i.e. mixture of zamak and aluminium, with a touch of steel/hardened stuff at most of the high stress places (which I will get to later). Here is the 4 position stock, which is a blessing as the half setting is just right length for CQB but no good with a mask. Here is the mag, rather uninteresting, it is double stacked with an exposed front, similar design to a Marui, but bigger. Here is the front, with the flash hider removed, that notch above the barrel is where we can adjust the hop up. Here is the sights, again, just an MP7 sights but ok in quality and looks the part. Its just not steel. So far, its just a fairly standard MP7, abeit 1:1 in scale, and weight. Now lets take it apart. Pop the take down pins and remove the stock here is the bolt group Its partially hollow on the top, but has all the right bits in the right places. Now to remove the mech, what we need is that allen key and remove the selector and bolt catch: Ok here is the surprise: Casted and milled aluminium mech. No wonder why it is so weighty. Not a 2 piece plastic jobbie like the VFC, and not a million springs fly out (just 3). Its even easier than the KSC/KWA or the Marui MP7 to take apart. Here is the barrel and gas block assembly, note the anti bounce buffer on the gas block. Barrel is rock solid with no wobble or alignment issues: Its aluminum. Secured via two screws at the bottom of the mech, and this disassembles the hop unit also. Now looking at the mechbox here is what interesting, chrome/steel hammers and seers. Its not chrome plated pot metal (more to that later). ................. Function: Now this is where it gets a little interesting - The trigger release on the New Wave MP7 is not the best. Like others in the SMG 8 review have found that its mushy on semi-auto. In fact, I have to pull it all the way back before it will release on semi. Certainty very unsatisfactory and does not bode well with a CQB platform where quick trigger response is required. But with a dremel or a good needle file this can all be fixed. Looking from the right side of the hammer this is what needs to be done to the right side sear contact point (not the left side one as that is for the auto sear/bolt trip). I would dremel that part half way and then slowly file down gradually, testing the trigger release. The optimum result is: On semi, trigger releases @ half pull. On Safe, trigger does not release. On full trigger releases @ 1/4 pull. If you over file: on safe, the gun will fire, and that would really suck, so file gradually after half way. So now, its ready for a proper test. At 8m on .25g its giving a 3cm group, which is fairly decent given its a short barrel rifle, but could be a lot better. But here is what happens at 50m, It shoots straight...straight but high...straight but low...hook left, hook left, hook right.....straight...straight high... What is happening is a classic example of a shoddy designed hop rubber. So I took the barrel assembly apart, unfortunately no pictures... 1) The inner barrel moves ever so slightly around the outer barrel. 2) The hop adjuster is a 2 prong design, has no nub and is hard plastic 3) The hop rubber is the Marui type BUT the alignment tab is at the front rather than at the breech end. If you need to change hop rubber you will need to cut off the tab. 4) The hop rubber has the same issue as the KSC hop rubber, which has a constrictor ring cast'ed inside. BB doesn't drop through the rubber it gets stuck inside the hop rubber. Here is the fix, same as the KSC/KWA NS2 hop mod: 5) The hop adjuster doesn't push down on the hop rubber as it actually hits the barrel instead . Here is the issue, and the fix : I also teflon taped the hop rubber and the barrel, added a sliver of aluminium superglued into the outer barrel as a bushing to prevent the inner barrel movement. I am getting consistent hop trajectory at 50m with .25g, at 340fps on 0.25gs @ 15*C, 1cm grouping at 8m on the stock 7" barrel. Compared with SMG/PDW at a similar class. VFC MP5 with Marui Hop rubber mod, 8" barrel, 340fps on 0.25gs @ 15*C. Kick is there but but not as strong as the MP7. KSC MP9 with Modded KSC hop rubber mod, 5" Barrel, 340 on 0.25gs @ 15*C. Kick is the weakest out of all 3, but ROF is the fastest. Since all 3 have had mods to the hop, the Mp5 is the most accurate at both long and short ranges, but the MP9 is pretty much the same as the MP7, MP7 has an extra 10m more of range than the MP9 but that could be how the hop is currently set. Conclusion:
  6. Philbucknall

    WE M&P

    Well, I don't know about you but I've been waiting since TM said they were making one of these to get one. Seems I wasn't the only one sick of waiting so thank you WE tech for stepping into the breach. Like many here I thought WE pistols were the wrong side of pap but since their PX4 and then the more recent XDM and XDM compact I was getting this the second I could. I'm not gonna bother with real gun history or how the box is because it's the pistol that counts. The gun comes with one mag, three black back straps in small, medium and large and the three in pink too in the same sizes. I have heard that they have unique serial numbers on the little metal plate on the right hand side but I can't be sure. Once I get my tan one I'll confirm it or otherwise. loving the fishscale serrations too. Very cool! The gun Wow! It has a great finish to it especially the slide.almost like its phosphate. The slide racks nicely and is very satisfying to do so. The recoil spring seems quite firm but in a good way and the tolerances between frame and slide are pretty good with very little movement. The trigger is hinged to act as the safety as there is no external safety on this pistol. It doesn't, however, feel strange and has a nice pull to it too. The reset seems quick and the action is really smooth I thought. The slide locks back nicely and doesn't engage on the external part of the slide lock as per the real gun. Contrary to some YouTube vids it certainly seems like the slide has full travel too. As you can see it also has an ambi slide release too. I weighed the gun and with the mag it's 705g without 474g so this isn't no heavyweight but it feels supremely comfortable in the hand and makes up for weight in sheer point ability. The hop is under the barrel so you need to take the slide off to adjust it. I haven't touched it yet but from initial tests on the range at JD Airsoft it seems pretty well set for .25g BB's anyway. The slide is easy to remove anyway in the usual way that anyone with a GBB pistol will be familiar with. I didn't chrono it as we were having too much fun but the shooting experience is fantastic. Quick firm blowback with a cracking muzzle report makes this a proper beauty. If anyone thought they could still say they knew WE pistols were rubbish without trying this out first needs ignoring. This is one of the best pistols I've owned/shot/ drooled over. I may get the slide laser etched to give it the trades it so rightly deserves but that hasn't put me off it yet! So far 9.5/10 and that's only cause I never give anything 10/10!
  7. Batmause

    WE and WELL outer barrel

    From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    You need to do 14- thread on the outer barrel, see the outer barrel below.

    © Produced and owned by GBB Hungary

  8. Batmause

    Finished OTs-14 from WE AK74UN, Taiwan

    From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  9. From the album: GBB Hungary OTs-14 Conversion kit, assembly

    With the new trigger rod, you can connect them to fit next to the receiver, than you won't see the trigger rod.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  10. From the album: GBB Hungary OTs-14 Conversion kit, assembly

    Cut down the original trigger as you can see and connect the trigger rod.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  11. From the album: GBB Hungary OTs-14 Conversion kit, assembly

    Here you can so the prototype, the new version will be come with smaller trigger rod. We choosed this solution because the trigger housing is really weak and more better if you do a small hole for the trigger rod. Do a small hole for the trigger rod as you can see here. If you want to assembly your replica as AKs74u than the trigger guard will cover this hole.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  12. From the album: GBB Hungary OTs-14 Conversion kit, assembly

    You can see the front trigger and that how to connect the trigger rod.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  13. Batmause

    OTs-14 carry handle rail, prototype

    From the album: OTS-14 Conversion Kit

    This is the first prototype. You can see how looks like our top rail on the carry handle.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  14. From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    Custom made conversion kit for WE/WELL/GHK/E&L AKs74u to convert it into OTs-14 (Groza). This is the last and latest version which is production-ready.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  15. From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    Custom made conversion kit for WE/WELL/GHK/E&L AKs74u to convert it into OTs-14 (Groza). This is the last and latest version which is production-ready.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  16. From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    Custom made conversion kit for WE/WELL/GHK/E&L AKs74u to convert it into OTs-14 (Groza). This is the last and latest version which is production-ready.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  17. From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    Custom made conversion kit for WE/WELL/GHK/E&L AKs74u to convert it into OTs-14 (Groza). This is the last and latest version which is production-ready.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  18. From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    Custom made conversion kit for WE/WELL/GHK/E&L AKs74u to convert it into OTs-14 (Groza). This is the last and latest version which is production-ready.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  19. From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    Custom made conversion kit for WE/WELL/GHK/E&L AKs74u to convert it into OTs-14 (Groza). This is the last and latest version which is production-ready.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  20. From the album: WE-WELL OTs-14 conversion kit

    Custom made conversion kit for WE/WELL/GHK/E&L AKs74u to convert it into OTs-14 (Groza). This is the last and latest version which is production-ready.

    © Owned and produced by GBB Hungary

  21. From the album: OTS-14 Conversion Kit

    We made the newest version with leftside charging handle and with side rails. It seems to be sooooo tactical.

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    Finished and half-finished parts

    From the album: OTS-14 Conversion Kit

    Few parts to let see how they looks like before painting, after painting, etc.

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    New handguard2

    From the album: OTS-14 Conversion Kit

    We made a tactical version, just for fun. This set is lighter and has two rail on the side - for lamps, for example.

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    New handguard - OTs-14-like

    From the album: OTS-14 Conversion Kit

    We made the new lower handguard, now the OTs-14 conversation is finished.

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    WELL/WE/GHK/E&L OTS-14 Conversion Kit

    From the album: OTS-14 Conversion Kit

    Here is the first batch with the final design. This conversion kit based on the size of WELL/WE AK platform but it will fit to the standard VFC-GHK system too. A few, light modification may needed for this conversion kit but we spent a lot time to make it drop-in fit (as it is possible).

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