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Don't quote me on this, but all the MP5's that I have encountered that were not designated the "Asia edition" all seemed to light strike on anything other than 134a or what the Americans dub as duster gas on a warm day or warm full mag.

Could this mean that it is for use in lower power countries (Japan)?

Seems logical.

AP.

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Make the mag warm and try. Even on hfc144 gas if the mag is direct from a warm place it won't fire for the first few shots.

Also, you'll notice that the hammer hitting forward just feels limp.

AP.

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Never happened with my mp5. I live in Houston, TX USA and it gets to 100 degrees Fahrenheit for 3 months straight...also zero problems with bolt stopping followers...

 

Sent from my Samsung Galaxy Note 2

 

 

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I was using it at training last week in direct sunlight at 90 degrees and the only issue i had was a double feed from the one mag that still has the horrid extended follower but i'll get a new hammer spring asap anyway 

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My small research about VFC MP5K GBB and Folding Stock for it.

 

Price:

 

HK PDW Folding Stock for MP5K (Real Steel): $299.95 (HKParts.net)

Choate PDW Folding Stock for MP5K (Real Steel, CLONE): $124.95 (HKParts.net)

 

GWS HK MP5K PDW (Custom): $N\A (by request)

They are used Choate Stock (that's why so small photo on their Facebook page).

 

Diffirence between HK and Choate: Marking in the circle. HK have got "HK" marking, then Choate have got "Choate Tool Corp".

 

It's also interesting to try fit Folding Stock from Marui MP5K PDW...

 

ALSO, almost forgot about... first spot of MP5K PDW was from ACTION. And of photo was MP5K PDW with Foldign Stock.

vfc_new_hk_gbbs_actionairsoft.jpg

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Got answer from VFC:

 

Hello,

VFC’s MP5K GBB can fit the real MP5K PDW folding stock.

But Marui can’t fit on VFC’s MP5K GBB

 

VFC service

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Real steel parts now installed:-

Trigger housing (lower receiver) 

Selector switch

Maglite torch grip!!

Stock

Sights

Magazine (for show only)

YUM!

 

AP.

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The cool thing is you can whack in an LED upgrade cell in it and it can compete with modern Surefires e.t.c. I am yet to find a way to boost the lumens on old school Surefires like the P114.

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Just in case you're being serious, it's not a real url.  AP probably acquired it by sacrificing a goat to our lord Satan.

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MP5K with real H&K stock & real 30 round magazine.

HKMP5Kwithstock_zps85b65187.jpg

 

The bolt assembly is actually about an inch shorter than the regular version & you cannot use azimuth bolt guides (but with the VFC MP5 K you don't need them.

 

I have tried numerous times to make the FE aluminum loading nozzle work but in all four of my VFC MP5's its just plain shocking, really awful.

 

The blowback is just sloppy with it installed & even on red gas it's just farty. 

I have tried different set ups internally & extrernally but it's just total junk.

 

Ready fighter seems to be the the best so far along with the VFC MP5K loading nozzle.

 

AP.

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Brilliant.

Bolt has wider side sections at front and rear.

Comes with a copper guide on one side as standard.

Loading nozzle is way tougher.

Bolt head is simpler but wider.

Power is below 330 on green.

Accuracy and hop are the same but it's not meant to be a ranged weapon.

AP.

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