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Caspian Glock 17

 

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Parts list:

Shooters Design Caspian Slide and Barrell

Shooters Design Mag Catch

Shooters Design

Guarder 150% Recoil Spring and Guide

Freedom Art Front Sight Red

PDI Palsonite Inner Barrell

 

Next upgrades: Guarder Frame, Hi-flow valve and Hammer Spring.

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Your pictures are so much more helpful than Blackhawk's. Let us know how the holster performs once you've used it. I'm very interested.

 

Will make a short review in a couple of days. ;)

 

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And here are some more.

 

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Parts include:

Shuey Custom slide + barrel (obviously not two tone)

shooter's design magwell

stippled frame (it's the stock frame modified)

Guarder recoil spring

And if I'm in a good mood, i might try to install the 150% hammer spring as well.

I'm not sure if the rest of the internals are stock or what. I got mine off of Redwolf Airsoft

Here's the site:

http://www.redwolfairsoft.com/redwolf/airs...il?prodID=25460

 

Also, is there supposed to be a grinding/rubbing noise with the guarder recoil spring? The stock spring moved without any noise.

And is the barrel (external one) supposed to be so loose?

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Also, is there supposed to be a grinding/rubbing noise with the guarder recoil spring? The stock spring moved without any noise.

And is the barrel (external one) supposed to be so loose?

 

Nice looking shooter.

 

The Guarder Glock spring sets sometimes do that. You can unscrew the end, take the spring out and use some high grit sandpaper to smooth out the recoil guide rod.

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Finally was able to nab a photo of my G19 that didn't suck more than a portable Hoover... This puppy was my first airsoft gun and will probably remain my only GBB though the cold weather doesn't suit it woo well. Glock repaired my light/laser within the last week so I'm happy to have that back - don't need a light on the AEG anymore.

 

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For $90, I can pick up a pair of Trijicon tritium glock sights (night sights). Anyone believe its worth looking into?

 

 

RS sights usually fit when it comes to the front sight (I've only tried stock Glock RS front sights) but I've tried a selection of RS rear sights and all have been too narrow for the dovetail on the airsoft replica.

Solutions are making some kind of shim or gluing the rear sight into place. Of the rear sights I've tried some are slightly wider than others but all required something to hold them in place properly. I'd be interested to hear the results if you decide to go for it, I've always fancied a set of Trijicon sights.

 

Got 'em. Love 'em already. Installed quickly though the hexagonal screw head on the front sight was obnoxious. Ended up using a little glue on the rear sight (good fit, but didn't want to risk losing the rear!). Anyhow, here are some photos. Kinda hard to see just how well they work (camera doesn't adapt to light like our eyes) but you can see the immense contrast. In the photo down the sights, I zoomed in and focused on the front vial so you get some good detail - however, all eyes see is green.

 

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Purchased a new backup gun about 2 months ago now, KSC Glock 17 with metal slide (not sure on make, but its plain and I like it!)

 

Heres when I got it:

 

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Then when I got bored:

 

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Then when I got bored and put in elbow grease:

 

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Need new sights asap :(

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