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nice one kenworth. No lazors but watch this.

 

*vid*

 

Hard to see in that vid, but is that ejection port reciprocating?!?!?

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Hard to see in that vid, but is that ejection port reciprocating?!?!?

 

yes it is ,for some reason the videos off my phone don't work very well when I put them on my photobucket.

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Can't believe you nearly sold it to me. Glad to see you using it though. The working ejection port is really cool.

 

The one you did sell me performed well last weekend though. First time I actually took it out. :)

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I'll get pictures up later today, but I just picked up 2 Maruzen M1100 Revisions.

A friend of mine is probably gonna make a wood kit for it, so we'll actually be making them work on the outside and the inside!

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my m1014 shotgun.

 

 

 

hey dude how did ya get that rail onto the top of the receiver? I have a shorty version of the m3 and i've always wanted to put an optic...my sights were shot off.

 

-brendan

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hey dude how did ya get that rail onto the top of the receiver? I have a shorty version of the m3 and i've always wanted to put an optic...my sights were shot off.

 

-brendan

 

Its the M4 super 90, it comes with the rail from the factory.

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hey dude how did ya get that rail onto the top of the receiver? I have a shorty version of the m3 and i've always wanted to put an optic...my sights were shot off.

 

-brendan

 

the DE M56DL comes with the rail on the top of the receiver. if you want a top rail on your shorty m3, you can either drill holes and attach the rail with screws or just use really strong glue and glue it on. my buddy glued a rail onto his shorty m3 and it holds great.

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Hum, Just got my hands on an ACM m500. . . loving the thing and I'll post pictures later but. . . the trigger is DAMN HARD to pull...is that normal?

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no, take it apart and put it back together again. There is a trick to getting it back together again.

 

Put the BLACK bar in it's hole and tilt it up as far as it'll go, then slide the gas block and slider part under so that the black bar is in the correct place. Don't force it back together, be patient. When it's all aligned right, it'll slide together with very little effort. Also make sure the rotating bar on the outside of the gas block is in the foremost position towards the barrels.

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no, take it apart and put it back together again. There is a trick to getting it back together again.

 

Put the BLACK bar in it's hole and tilt it up as far as it'll go, then slide the gas block and slider part under so that the black bar is in the correct place. Don't force it back together, be patient. When it's all aligned right, it'll slide together with very little effort. Also make sure the rotating bar on the outside of the gas block is in the foremost position towards the barrels.

 

By black bar. . . you mean the fake shell lifter?

 

I figured it out, the spring of the pump blocker (or whatever that thing is called) was jamming the hammer and when that happened, no matter how hard I pulled the trigger nothing happened.

 

Therefore, I was confusing a problem with the hammer with a problem with the trigger. . . oh well, live and learn.

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Phew, managed to smooth out the action and make the trigger work well. . . these ACM clones sure do need some work....

 

Still, this thing is kickass. . . I think I'll get a nice RS stock for it. . .

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Phew, managed to smooth out the action and make the trigger work well. . . these ACM clones sure do need some work....

 

Still, this thing is kickass. . . I think I'll get a nice RS stock for it. . .

 

That they do, they're a right pain to work on. You'll spend half of it's life trying to keep it gas-tight. But when it works. It has the racking action like no other airsoft gun. :D

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That has to be the worst quality picture I have seen in a long time, what the hell did you use to take that picture ? A stick ? :o

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