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Tokyo Marui M870 Tactical Gas Tri-shot Shotgun- picture, text and video review

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Anyone know how to disassemble the grip on the breached yet?

Ask wingmann above you, he's rocking the breacher with the angry Gun buffer gas tank pistol grip stock.

 

I'm sure he did it himself, rather then at the shop

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No he isn't.. He's running a tactical that he's cut down and out an angry gun kit on.. I have a breacher with the angry gun kit on it, it is possible to remove the pistol grip, don't think it's too hard either, couldn't tell you I didn't take the grip off, my tech did, I only out the AG stock on.

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Correct, mine is a sawed off Tactical.

However there was someone that posted pictures of both shotguns with the furniture swapped, so it has to be easy enough to unscrew the grip.

 

As far as I know, both models share the exact same rear end, so no compatibility problems.

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You need to remove those two tiny Philips head screws and then get a socket and take out the valve then the grip comes right off. Fair warning I couldn't for the life of me get the screw that holds the "adapter" to the body out with a regular screw driver, actually came close to stripping it. It's in there overly tight. The grip itself just attaches to the end of that "adapter" unlike the tactical that has a long screw and attaches directly to the main body. As for the valve I just found the right size socket and dropped it in then stuck a flat head into the square slot and turned, came out super easy but take care to not lose the little rocket valve that rests in the hole under the silver valve

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Does anyone have a definite answer to which shells feed in their M870?? I've just tried some ASG ones and they definitely dont. Don't really want to stump up the cash for the TM ones. Is there a way to mod the ASG ones to feed? Do we know why they wont?

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Using different BBs could be the answer? The TM shell feeds with the same BBs used in the ASG shells though.. Unfortunately getting KWA bbs over here is pretty hard. I'll try with some G&G tonight. 

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I'm pretty sure my shells are whatever Gunfire or Tainwangun were selling. BBs have always been G&G 0.25g and I'm yet to have a hiccup.

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Will give both a go. Thanks gents! 

 

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Just to update. Tried it with G&G .2g bbs.. shoots fine. So i'll be running them for now! Would assume it'll be fine with other weights too. And as a heads up, stay away from Madbull BBs if you're planning on using them in the ASG shells!

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Testing out a prototype Stand off breaching device for a friend at Paradigm Rifle works. This one is just a prototype to see how it looks and fits, finished articles will be made from anodised aluminium. A few changes to be made but I think we are more or less there! 

 

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Weird you might say that.. my breacher chronoed higher than my tactical when I had it.. and it shot further.. Not sure if it was an anomaly.. also as far as I am aware the barrels are the same.. 

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The barrels are indeed shorter. Just a little though. Someone mentioned a few pages back that removing the main screw from pistol off the breacher was extremely difficult. Well, that's an understatement lol. It was incredibly hard. Even using a heat gun. still took brute force. I kept stripping the head. When I finally got it out, I had to cut a slot in the screw to be able to rescrew it with a large flathead.

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