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WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

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I heard from my buddy upstate NY that his BAD prevents the bolt from locking back on his WE. I have no clue why.

 

magazine push-springs are too weak, upgrade them.

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On the eve before a game it happens again: I broke my nozzle! This time I really don't know what happened. I was as careful as can be, and still I heard the same ominous sound protruding as when it happened earlier. So this time I'm going for the TSC Uni-Directional rod with power adjustment thing. Anybody else who own this kit and can provide some information if it's any good or not?

 

Also, is anybody else having trouble with their AWSS nozzles? A lemon amongst the hundreds of guns WE produces is acceptable, but breaking two nozzles within nearly a month, and this time while being extra cautious? That really shouldn't be.

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has anyone gotten their "SCAR" NPAS nozzle yet and tried it out?

Edited by Bamse

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i think installing RA-Tech NPAS (Nozzle Only) & TSC Uni-Directional Rod (Without the Adjustable Knob) will be more stable in adjusting the fps... you can see clearly in RA-Tech vid, if you only install RA-Tech NPAS you have to hold the Guide Rod when adjusting the fps but if you install together TSC Hexagon Guide Rod "without the adjustable knob" will be much more easier to adjust the fps only using RA-Tech key, you dont have to hold the Guide Rod anymore... what do you guys think? :unsure:

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My nozzle has broken after more than 4000 BBs shot, because of the piston head that unscrewed itself from my TSC piston with unidirectional guide rod.

I recommend you to thread-lock it ;).

 

My feedback for the unidirectional guide rod is that it do help stabilizing power, but I didn't use the adjusting knob. I got a 300fps #42 and it worked very well like that ('till my nozzle broke :P ) :).

 

If William from airsoftbuddy still don't answer me this week, I think I'll try the ra-tech nozzle :rolleyes:.

 

 

 

 

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I've supposed it was already done by TSC :rolleyes: .

As far as i am aware TSC sales guide rod only. ;-)

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Karma: i put an order at AB on the 11th, and I just got my order updated from "Pending" to "Processing" ... so there something happening it seems.

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E-mail him then. I had similar situation but after week or so things arrived. William very often forget to send tracking number or change order status on the web page.

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So it's been three weeks and i've sent this message twice:

I still paid $80.73 to Evike.

When will i get my $43.42 back?

 

they're ignoring me now.

this is ridiculous

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Well ... If You put it this way.

My answere is, please read the description of product to the end. ;)

http://www.airsoft123.com/index_eproduct_v...?products_id=15

 

I do know what I'm saying, I own one, so I think I'm a little bit more aware than you seem to be :rolleyes:.

 

It's not only a guide rod: It's a piston, piston head and hexagonal guide rod, that's passing through an hexagonal hole in the piston head, with an adjusting knob that goes inside the nozzle, under the #42 part.

Edited by Manu le maboul

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I do know what I'm saying, I own one, so I think I'm a little bit more aware than you seem to be :rolleyes: .

 

It's not only a guide rod: It's a piston, piston head and hexagonal guide rod, that's passing through an hexagonal hole in the piston head, with an adjusting knob that goes inside the nozzle, under the #42 part.

I believe You've got one, just like me, and about using loctite on the knob and the nozzle was long time ago ;-) TSC dont use loctite because is pointless while there is no nozzle on the guide.

But finally we have NPAS from Ra - Tech, i believe this will be much more reliable.

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I think you don't understand what I mean.

I didn't use the adjusting knob and I do thread-locked the nozzle.

 

What I say is that the PISTON HEAD, factory mounted, is not thread-locked by TSC.

What I call piston head is the part where the guide rod pass through and where you put the #122, do you see what I mean ? It's the equivalent of the original #121 part.

 

That's why I recommend people to thread-lock this part, it's a factory mounted part so I didn't thread-locked it, I thought it was already done by TSC.

It's not and it unscrew itself with vibrations, that broke my nozzle after 4000 BBs shot.

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