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PBS-1 replica arrived for my Bizon.  Had to dremel out a bit on the end (and fight the gearbox again after having to take it out to put longer inner barrel in).  Despite being non-steel it still got a bit of heft to it and oddly enough makes the bizon front heavy somewhat now (which is what most folks assume the bizon on its own to be when it isn't airsoft wise).  I'm sure the longer barrel won't play nice with the cylinder but hey, maybe it will drop the fps down low enough again to make it 5 ft MED again.:P


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HAY GUYS! I has AK too. Can I join?

Finnaly put my RPK together. Its a genuine Russian Molot from 1973.   I bought it as a complete gun, but due to laws i had to remove and trash the receiver, BCG and barrel.   But all the rest (70%

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Long time no see. While im still here i might aswell post something.

One of my latest build, a Zastava M70AB2. Base out of a LCT  AEG and added real parts from a real gun i shopped down to a legal parts kit to bring back home. A nunchuck battery is hidden and custom fited in the lower handguard. So that the real bolt carrier can be racked.

Instead of listing whats real and airsoft i made a pic, simply showing how much it is. All real parts are genuine Zastava, used in the balkan war.

For more posts, check out my page Real Fake Guns FBYoutube and Instagram :)

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14 hours ago, GRIM! said:

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Paint it like this ! And then just sit back and watch all the ‘pureistes’ have a total meltdown followed by a stroke ! 😈😈😈😈😈


PS , looks bloody good bud ! 👍

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On 5/16/2019 at 3:05 PM, blobface said:

Super nice, ever considered getting the new slimline motors and stuffing it into a milled real steel pistol grip? 


Yes but the Zastava pistolgrip is moulded after the tumb so its too tight there. But i have an idea of doing a cast of the real grip and remold where the thumb is so that the slim motor fits.

Will see if i get the time for it in the future :)

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13 hours ago, Bloodsword said:

Have you tested having the red dot on the Ultimak gas block? I think it lines better with the sights and the sight line is lower.

I have indeed! I liked it in a lot of ways but it gave me neck strain so I swapped to a side mount rail, which seems more comfortable. I'm currently playing with options and I might go back to mounting on the ultimak gas tube as I've only used this set up for one game and was having accuracy issues that day (as it turns out, possibly due to a slightly dislocated barrel clip). Mounting the T1 on the ultimak was great for aiming, perfect point of impact position, but neck strain.

Edit: this set up is also noticeably heavier, so, swings and roundabouts.

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I am extremely bored today and did a thing.  My Accursed LCT RPK with the aluminum pbs-1 replica I had sitting on a closet shelf.  I sincerely doubt the bb's would actually get past it considering how long the inner barrel is already (and the fact that the gearbox is probably complete *suitcase*)  I actually plan on doing a group shot of all my replicas at some point, but still waiting on stuff for the 74m.  Might still do it this upcoming Thursday that I have off.


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Double post and bad photos again full steam ahead!  My current collection as of this moment.

  • Real Sword SVD with 3-9x24 "PSO style" scope (I say that because it has the 1.7 meter height marking unlike the civilian 1.8 and afaik was made by NPZ and sold commercially by SAMOON many years ago.  Still stock, only swapped connector for deans.  Doesn't really get used much due to how I usually play and partly because local fields think it needs 100 foot MED despite polarstars shooting 30+rps with .4 being able to outrange it easily yet still be below that for MED.
  • Cyma/Dboys Aks-74:  My work horse and primary rifle.  Been taken apart and parts swapped both internal and external for years, currently has no scope rail on the receiver, ics fire selector, real Russian plum handguards, an Egyptian rear sight leaf, and of course tourniquet and sling.  Internally a mish mash of SHS and ZCI parts, with a 16tpa shs motor 12:1 shs gears iirc,  promy tightbore, lonex hop up unit, and modify flat hop bucking nub set (black iirc, I keep swapping between the black and grey ones).  Empties a mag fast but not my best semi auto response.  150 ft shots reached but not sure the extent of it, around 360 or so fps iirc.  Nukefet installed.
  • Cyma Bizon:  My confused child that doesn't know what role to fill.  Currently shoots above local limits for 5 foot MED, so I still can't clear buildings with it, despite the spring being a m95 zci (might be from having a non ported cylinder in it).  Mostly the same setup as the rest partswise internally, but stock metal hop up unit with the modify flat hop and promy barrel.  Range is decent for how short it is but it is picky with the mags I have for it.  Still love it though.  Apex python mosfet installed
  • Cyma ak104/5, 40 series:  My latest aeg purchase, not even over a year yet and I already have messed with its guts.  Recently got fixed up after finding that its spring guide and piston head both failed, now has 12:1 gears instead of 16:1, which paired with a zci 22 tpa motor seems to be making it smooth for trigger response.  Oddly enough fires just below 350 fps so actually is better than the bizon for clearing buildings.  Put a lct ultimak clone top handguard on despite not having a proper optic for it.  Nukefet installed.
  • Cyma/Dboys Ak-74m:  Current project gun.  Recently restored the internals of it, giving it the 16:1 gears, a zci 22 tpa motor, mostly similar internals to everything else, and slapped a random spring into it that currently puts it at 397-401 fps range.  Stock barrel and hop up unit atm (lonex chamber on the way) but I decided to try and mod my old prommy purple that was in it for flat hop with the modify nub.  It is the only one besides the SVD atm without a mosfet, but I have a gate nanoasr on the way to try out.  Externally it is an old, old, old body, like the aks-74 but the front barrel assembly is so worn around the barrel pin notch that I have to put something in there alongside the real steel pin to keep it from falling out.  Half tempted to stick the gearbox into a dboys akms body that I have in storage instead (which pin is so pressed in that it won't come apart to allow dissassembly) or find a boneyard gun to take the barrel assembly off of, maybe put it onto the full stock ak-74n body that I have which has a nice wood stock finish.
  • LCT RPK:  My most accursed replica to date.  Has had one of its barrel screws bored out due to it being stripped from the factory, no wobble so far though.  Fire selector lever also got replaced due to original one wearing out on its cylinder nub (why can't these companies do what lct does and weld lever and the nub together!).  Real RPK sling.  Internally it is a mess, with the  apex python mosfet wiring job done so bad I ponder how it actually works (spliced wiring to extend it back into buttsock, as well as to extend part of the wiring to the 16 tpa motor).  Stock barrel, lonex hop up chamber, modify flat hop.  No idea how it performs currently but I would say probably subpar to everything else.  Plan to just run it till it dies again and see about redoing all of it internally again.  The PBS-1 as stated before is just for lulz.

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I recently bought on of the D-Day AK12 variable capacity magazines. I haven't had a chance to run it yet but it looks and feels very good. The witness windows don't show you anything (they can't because of the design of airsoft AK magazines) but they are clear, which is a nice touch. The magazine inserts into my CYMA AK-105 very easily, there's a little bit of play but that's fairly common with a lot of AK magazines. I think it looks pretty cool in a 100 series to boot. 

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