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  1. Got this as part of a job lot. Works perfectly and comes with the following: - L96 (unknown make) firing at around 330 fps. - Scope with mounts. - 4 mags. - Viper mag holder. - Gun bag (camo). The rifle looks like it was a two-tone rifle before but was resprayed to black but regardless, it does work great and without any issues. One of the mags does not pop out when you hit the mag release button which is a fault with the mag (I just shake the rifle to get it to come out) but the other mags all function correctly (they all feed perfectly fine though). I have a bipod for this as well but never managed to figure out how it attaches. This is either because I just don't know as never owned a sniper before or because there might be something missing from the bipod but I will happily include it with the rifle too. Asking price for this is £115 collected or I will take £135 posted to you (includes postage and paypal fees) but I am open to offers as well.
  2. I am selling my airsoft equipment as I am moving country. This listing is for a JG Bar 10 GSpec with mods. Whats for sale? Base replica: JG Bar 10 GSpec Trigger assembly: Stock Piston: Stock, but with shortened air brake rod Cylinder: Stock but with cylinder head mod. The cylinder head has been given a curved profile on the piston side. This helps with air flow. Barrel: No longer stock, but cannot remember if PDI or Laylax. Its been a while since I installed it. GSpec length Hop up: Laylax purple bucking. Top Dead Centre mod. Very quiet replica. I haven't used it for a few years, but if I recall correctly, sits around 380 FPS with 0.2g There is also: 3 magazines, one TM, two JG. Geologic rifle case Packet of 0.2 Maruzen SGMs. Haven't counted how many left, but look new. Packet of 0.4g Guarder BBs (the beige ones). Geologic barrel cleaning kit Looking for around 100 GBP. P&P extra, around 20 GBP as the whole thing weighs around 7.5 Kg. Open to offers
  3. Batmause

    BST Works - Cylinder head

    From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. It was made from stainless steel. We worked a lot to reach the current size because we want to do it compatible with any of VSR hopup rubber. The newest version is totally compatible with the o-ring grooved hopup rubbers, like Modify or NineBall. It has a soft, buffer to keep the piston quiet and make it more long-lasting.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  4. From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. Reinforced trigger guide made from a solid aluminium piece. The parts has black eloxated finish. Drop-in fit even with Zero Triggers. You can saw how it fit with our Zero Trigger.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  5. Batmause

    BST Works - Zero Trigger

    From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. The side panels were made from reinforced, alloyed aluminium. The pins were made from brezon which is really hard material. The other parts were made from ST-37 steel. You can adjust the trigger force - trigger lenght. The trigger move really smoothly. Basically we sold them with 5 years warranty.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  6. From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. The cylinder also was made from stainless steel. We polished it very well, looks like a mirror which reach smooth action. The end is welded, it won't fall out. We recommend to use it with our own parts for the best performance.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  7. From the album: BST Works

    It isn't custom made parts, they are mass-produced reinforcements for your TM SR-10 or for your JG BAR-10. We produced the piston from three different material. The body was made from high strengt, alloyed aluminium. The back-part connected with glued screw-thead and it was made from high strenght stainless steel and at last, we placed "plastic" spacers on the piston to reach the really smooth movement in the cylinder. This parts tested and it won't be never worned, we haven't any replacement issue in the past (even after 10 year of use). We recommend to use it with our own parts for the best performance.

    © Owned by BST Works and GBB Hungary

  8. Batmause

    BST Works Trigger Guard 3

    From the album: BST Works

    This is an aluminium trigger guard which compatible with TM VSR-10 series, JG Bar-10 series or with Well MB-03 series. The parts machines from a solid aluminium pieces, eloxated in black color and it it totally drop-in fit, even with zero triggers.

    © Owned by GBB Hungary and BST Works

  9. Batmause

    BST Works Trigger Guard 2

    From the album: BST Works

    This is an aluminium trigger guard which compatible with TM VSR-10 series, JG Bar-10 series or with Well MB-03 series. The parts machines from a solid aluminium pieces, eloxated in black color and it it totally drop-in fit, even with zero triggers.

    © Owned by GBB Hungary and BST Works

  10. Batmause

    BST Works Trigger Guard 1

    From the album: BST Works

    This is an aluminium trigger guard which compatible with TM VSR-10 series, JG Bar-10 series or with Well MB-03 series. The parts machines from a solid aluminium pieces, eloxated in black color and it it totally drop-in fit, even with zero triggers.

    © Owned by GBB Hungary and BST Works

  11. Vivax

    Remington M24 SWS

    From the album: Weaporn

    © by Vivax

  12. razor_sharp

    IMG 2399

  13. Mike_West

    Project Uglystick

    Like I said, after flipping a coin three times and getting tails three times, I decided to roll with a Muzzelite 10/22 sniper rifle build. I dubbed it "Project Uglystick" (due to its... questionable aesthetics). I divided it into four phases: Phase One: purchasing the carbine and internal upgrades (new hop-up, new barrel) Phase Two: purchasing a Muzzelite stock Phase Three: purchasing a compact scope (2-6x28 or 2-6x32) and mount (M16 carry handle rail) Phase Four: assembly and testing Phase One is 50% complete: all parts have been ordered, paid for and shipped. They just have to arrive here. Due to the fact that first version of the KJW 10/22 got really damn scarce, I had to check all the Hong Kong shops I knew, from AirsoftGlobal to TokyoModel - it turned out that only JK Army had it in stock at a sensible price ($200). JK Army apparently has some good reputation, but what they did blew my mind: I placed an order on Sunday, Monday morning (CET) I already received a confirmation and tracking number that worked. Now these guys are FAST. Sourcing a barrel was less of a problem - even with Falcon extended barrel kit out of stock, I found a 509mm barrel for a KJW M4 that looked remarkably similar (and considering that both guns were designed by Tanio Kobayashi, I guessed it will fit anyway) at EHobbyAsia. And here's where EHobby screwed up: sure, they said they've shipped the thing, but apparently forgot to give me a tracking number. So now it's a mail race between the Ruger and the barrel, and my money's on the Ruger. Phase Two was more of a challenge. First, the guy who I originally asked to get me the stock claimed he could send it for $12, plus 10% of the item's value as a commission fee, but then I actually checked the shipping cost via USPS and discovered there's no way to go below $48 due to the stock being REALLY FRIGGIN' HUGE. So what it weighs two pounds? It's two feet long and postage for things that large is... substantial. So I turned my attention to Ebay. Advance Manufacturing first declined to send the stock overseas, but considering they do ship other things to Europe, I convinced them to try and send me the stock. Groovy. But due to them selling some gun accessories (probably), they had some problems with those retarded monkeys at Paypal and switched to a more Australian payment processor, Paymate. Here's the problem with Paymate: it takes them FIVE *fruitcage* DAYS to process a payment for American clients. I kid you not. Also, they send you no receipt whatsoever if you pay someone, so you don't know how much exactly you paid and what was the exchange rate (hint: it's usually retarded, making Paymate no different than Paypal in this regard). However, the order was placed, the payment was made, now I just have to wait. Phase Three is put on hold until I get everything else. I already have a humongous silencer (to cover the longer inner barrel) and my flatmate told me he has a M16 carry handle rail he doesn't need, so all I need now is a compact scope - preferably with 2-6x magnification. Those usually come with 28mm or 32mm lenses, which should be enough. Now, the problem with calibrating it is the fact that it seems to sit pretty high in relation to the barrel. If I got it right, it will shoot low at distances shorter than the one I set the scope at and high at longer ones (which isn't that much of a problem if I set it far enough to make the difference noticeable only at ranges too short to fire the gun safely (gotta love the Polish airsoft laws, you can crank your gun to insane output velocities and all you're risking is infamy in the airsoft circles). I'm also tempted to build a Predator-style laser pointer barrel extension, with three cheap red lasers from RSOV set around the barrel, but I guess it'd be overkill. The reactions of people seeing three familiar dots on them, on the other hand...? Priceless!
  14. Mike_West

    The Coin Flip

    So, I finally got some extra cash, after all the sources for cheap Muzzelite stocks and all but one source for a cheap 10/22 dried up. And then, during the search for cheap Muzzelites, Google started actively scaring me with all those real-steel forums and people repeating multiple variants of "awful trigger pull". So today, I decided that I have to choose: "buy me now or forever stay your hand". Let's flip a coin, I thought, and got out a quarter-dollar coin I carry in my wallet. "All right. Heads, I wait. Tails, I go for it." And then, I flipped the coin. Like a spaz. Failed to catch it and it fell on the floor. Tails up. That doesn't count, I thought and flipped it again. I did it like a spaz again. It landed on the floor, tails up. Apparently the universe is trying to tell me something. I flipped it for the third time. This time I caught it. Tails again. SHOPPING TIME! I placed orders at the online shops and e-mailed the guy who could source a Muzzelite for me with sane shipping costs. I only held out on the scope as I think I'll be able to get one a little cheaper here. Once spring comes, I'll have the thing up and running. Super light, super compact semi-automatic sniper rifle with enough power to fling the BBs over 200 feet away. And it'll look cool on photos.
  15. Mike_West

    Out of the left field

    It turned out that AirsoftGlobal has custom-built Muzzelite 10/22 for sale - of course, it's stupidly overpriced and lacking some upgrades, but at least I have a clue how the replica really looks fitted with the Muzzelite stock. First thing: the barrel is shorter than on the real deal, and only the thread sticks out - good for me, I can go with any barrel extension to cover up the Falcon 509 mm one. For example, the 240x40 King Arms can I got from my flatmate. Second, the Muzzelite stock isn't much more expensive than normal RS 10/22 stocks - normal ones go for $80 roughly and the Muzzelite is $110. The only problem with Muzzelite is that trigger needs some work - it's not as terrible as, let's say, JLS F2000, but I'm sure I'll be needing a lighter return spring for the trigger bar. Why Muzzelite, though? Well, for starters, I wanted a futuristic-looking gun. Sure, it looked futuristic in the 80s, just ask propmakers that worked on Total Recall and SeaQuest. After slapping a longer barrel and a Falcon hop-up, it goes Section 5-hot and remains pretty accurate at 150-200 feet. Finally, as AirsoftGlobal claims, it's only a bit over 2 feet long and weighs two kilograms. TWO KILOGRAMS! That's two full-metal Berettas, which means I won't break my back carrying it around for a whole day (as opposed to the Warrior 1 I owned a while back). Damn good choice for a mobile marksman. I'm only $200 short for the whole project - if I wanted, I could already order the 10/22, barrel and hop-up, but considering it's -10 C outside, and I need 200 feet of open space for testing, I have to postpone it until Spring. When I get a $400-$500 bonus.
  16. OK, so I'm going to be $700 richer in the coming days. Want to try and persuade me into not starting any mildly-crazy-to-batshit-insane airsoft projects? 1. Mildly crazy: Magpul-kitted SR25. JG based, fitted with a G&G hop-up, nozzle and standard V2 gearbox, with MOE foregrip and PRS stock. Won't cost a fortune, considering that I can get a decent discount at the local airsoft store and knockoff Magpul parts aren't really that hard to get. 2. Nuts: The Space Blaster. Stark S18C GBB with Guarder threaded barrel, AABB KPOS kit, a Docter or C-More red dot and the can I use on my USP. KPOS kit can't be bought without some digging and asking, and the Stark brand is relatively unknown. A couple of long mags should turn this thing into an useful CQB weapon that looks cool on photos. 3. Flap-Eared Royal Fruitcake: Assassin Rifle. KJW M700 Takedown with Tanaka 30-rd mag, silencer adapter and the humongous can I got off my friend. Simple but costly and useful only for photo ops. Would be nice if I found some way to detach the stock as well and an inexpensive case to keep it in. Good that I have friends in indie movie business and the local airsoft shop sometimes lends replicas for photo ops, and not for free at that. 4. Batshit Insane: Longsword SS-AP5 Rifle, Redneck Edition. A KJW KC-02 with extended mag release, Well MB05 stock, Falcon 510mm barrel encased in a rectangular aluminium profile and some other assorted gubbins. This is going to require a fully stocked workshop ("Oh, hi dad... I want to build a science-fiction sniper rifle." - "OK, no problem, apart from the fact that you're completely crazy."), won't look EXACTLY like the sniper rifle from DXHR and will be just barely more practical than the M700.
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