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CO2 kit and problems gone ?

If something sounds to good to be truth, it probably is. I have v.1 rifle after all "crucial" upgrades and problems somehow didnt disappeard. Here is the point to reconsider my opinion about AB. All the stuff arrived yesterday- so sorry if i was to quick in my opinions. To be honest - in the past i've used TS One "350" (in fact 330 - 480 - dependable on gas type ) fps nozzle with propane and rifle behaved much better. Bolt cach is not working on CO2 mags, only on propane mags. Chronoed and honestly big surprice - 350 - 150 -380 - 150 - and so on. On semi rifle shots 2 - 3 rounds like on auto. O - ring from nozzle misalliged, moved from its original position and harmed (by what ?). And so on and so on.

 

More tomorrow, as i am dead tired after milsim

Edited by Nazio

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i have hop issues with my m16, im waiting on a tightbore to rectify the problem..

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It already has a 6.03... I think it just needs a lot of fettling/wearing in. If it doesn't clear up at the next skirmish, I'll see about disassembling the HOP unit.

 

Ben.

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It already has a 6.03... I think it just needs a lot of fettling/wearing in. If it doesn't clear up at the next skirmish, I'll see about disassembling the HOP unit.

 

Ben.

so there is a tighbore available for the m16, Ben?

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For some odd reason semi-auto went out on me today. It shoots only in full auto? WTF. Does anyone know what would cause this to happen?

 

Two parts can be broken to cause a auto fire only, the disconnector or the hammer:

 

http://www.airsoftbuddy.com/index_eproduct...products_id=377

 

http://www.airsoftbuddy.com/index_eproduct...products_id=376

 

 

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so there is a tighbore available for the m16, Ben?

 

It comes with a 6.03mm barrel already installed.

 

I'm not sure if you can get any other barrels for it? Probably.

 

Ben.

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It comes with a 6.03mm barrel already installed.

 

I'm not sure if you can get any other barrels for it? Probably.

 

Ben.

i asked william(airsoft buddy) about getting a tightbore for my m16 and he did not mention one is already installed? He did say it was not released yet..

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i asked william(airsoft buddy) about getting a tightbore for my m16 and he did not mention one is already installed? He did say it was not released yet..

 

Check this out, under 'features';

 

http://www.arniesairsoft.co.uk/forums/inde...t=0&start=0

 

I know it's a tightbore, because the consistency of the shots reminds me of one of my Tanaka rifles with a Laylax 6.03 in it.

 

Ben.

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Hmmm, not overly different from my mod which I mentioned a while back (finally got a pic).

 

P1000709.jpg

 

There is a slight difference in that I've put the locking nut behind the nozzle and trimmed the plastic part to suit (rather than using grub screw locking on the internal piece) , so the lock nut and new collar, are the same size as the original.

 

But for all intents and purposes the operation is the same. You undo the lock nut, screw the nozzle back and forth on the extended threads on the 'op rod', and retighten the lock nut when it's in the desired position. Slide the collar back up to the lock nut.

 

 

 

Airsoft 123... I can't help but noticing that the nozzle has TS-Custom written all over it. Are you TS-Custom by another name, or a distributor for them?

Just curious.

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Alrighty! That settles it, I'm buying a WE M4 again ^_^

 

I sold my old original release WE M4 due to all the problems it had, but now that the power adjustment nozzle is no longer vaporware I'll give the ol' WE a go again. I think a CO2 version WE M4 with TSC bolt catch plates, steel sear, steel hammer, and power adjustment nozzle will be just what I've been hoping for and with any luck pretty much bullet proof.

 

Now, off to go sell my $500 6mm M500 shotgun :lol:

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Thats a cool mod "The Chef" I may copy lol :P Airsoft 123, i went to your site and you have the nozzels available? I did not want to add to cart and buy thinking i may get a email to say its out of stock? Can you confirm that its in stock,or at least put it down as "not in stock yet"

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Are these "CO2" ready ???

 

And what exactly do you mean with "* AWSS valve head NOT included in kit" ?

 

Telling from the shape it is a co2 nozzle.

 

But without some kind of locking mechanism on it I'm pretty sure it will unscrew itself. (the value)

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its a hex shaft,so there will be no spinning there,also the nut that locks the nozzel has a allen key locking nut in it...i think the probability of it unscrewing will be minimized,if not at all.

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Personally I like The Chef's way better. It seems much less likely to have any impact on gas flow.
it is good, but not suitable for co2 (according to WETTI) though i have played with a standard nozzel whilst using co2 mags and i did not notice a difference( perhaps fps only ) there was not any noticable wear on the rubbers also?

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Just ordered one, we'll see what it does :) .
all good, though the fact he posted it as "coming soon" today,you may find "its out if stock" I have sent them several emails ,so far no reply..

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rvp69...

 

by all means copy it. If you want a real detailed explanation of what to do just shout up. Doesn't take long to do.

 

I can't see why it wouldn't work for the CO2 nozzle, you don't actually change the nozzle part itself or the valve at all. Just it's position on the operating rod, the same as the TS-Custom one that A123 has shown. Although granted theirs looks nicer and is blue!

 

If anyone in the UK wants this doing, just post me your op rod and I'll sort it for you. If you've got a die set, 15 minutes or so of your time and a 3mm nut... you can do it yourself. It really is pretty simple.

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