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Well, since "Black Friday" has passed, seems my local "Canada Post" has been quite busy, they shipped my Night Sights/Mags to another sorting facility, so delay x 1.

 

In any case! Has anyone changed the rubber on this bad boy? I'm getting great results out of the box, at least in CQB, haven't even had to dial in the hop-up. Using Elite Force .25's, and it's doing quite well.

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I changed it to a Laylax/Nineball purple hop rubber about a month ago.. To be honest I've only shot it about 5 mags worth since all in the dark so I can't tell you how effective it was.. but its certainly no worse! 

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Hmm ok. I'll order in my next Asia order. However very happy ootb with the p9!

 

Parts came in.. Package was utterly horrible for $74 night sights.

 

Will have pictures and a video hopefully this week..

 

Small pics for now.. Night sights under light for few seconds.

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Night sight's aren't to bad, haven't had a chance to try them out properly, but will do tomorrow or so, after I repair my shotgun.

 

VERY DISAPPOINTED in how the front sight is held on the TM slide, I will have to listen to fire knife and have to glue or super glue the front sight on, do not want to lose it. They should of made it a small set screw or something.

 

UAC Night/Day Sights

 

.. will do a proper review when I can.

 

Small video preview:

 

 

 

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TM M&P

VFC M&P

WE M&P with Ace 1 Slide

 

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Also the TM M&P Magazine I got from have a different finish then the one that came with the original gun.

 

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Plan on doing small review later on my blog.

 

WE ACE 1 ARMS

TM M&P9

VFC M&P9

 

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TM honestly made some WEIRD design choices - front sight being one of them, and the *fruitcage* mag seal for the other. My stock mag is leaking like mad already; temporarily fixed it with some teflon tape. Seriously TM why couldn't you have used a set screw LIKE ALL YOUR OTHER GBB'S?

 

/rage

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TM honestly made some WEIRD design choices - front sight being one of them, and the *fruitcage* mag seal for the other. My stock mag is leaking like mad already; temporarily fixed it with some teflon tape. Seriously TM why couldn't you have used a set screw LIKE ALL YOUR OTHER GBB'S?

 

/rage

 

Not long forward to punching those out.

 

I added some blue thread locker first to the front sight clip, let it dry for a day, and last night I added some "clear" "white glue" (Normal glue we used as kids to make crafts and ).

 

Hoping this will do the remedy, as opposed to super gluing/hot glue.

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Weirdly the base pins come out REALLY easily...

 

Thanks for the tip! That's good to note, I know the KWA USP pins where a pain in the rear to take out.

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For anyone that has the same complaint as I do about the insanely long trigger reset, a friend of mine found a solution on a japanese blog. I have not tried it yet, but I definitely plan on it:

 

http://bodie.militaryblog.jp/c36748.html

https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fbodie.militaryblog.jp%2Fc36748.html&edit-text=

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For anyone that has the same complaint as I do about the insanely long trigger reset, a friend of mine found a solution on a japanese blog. I have not tried it yet, but I definitely plan on it:

 

http://bodie.militaryblog.jp/c36748.html

https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fbodie.militaryblog.jp%2Fc36748.html&edit-text=

 

Thank you for finding this,

 

So understanding the Google translation, we shave 1mm to make it from 5 - 6 mm on the trigger bar?

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Thank you for finding this,

 

So understanding the Google translation, we shave 1mm to make it from 5 - 6 mm on the trigger bar?

Correct. That is my understanding of it.

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I acquired one of these recently at a fantastic price but was wary of how well it would do compared to my WE M&P's as I seem to have the only non lemon ones out there! Lol

Apart from a few initial feeding issues with the mags, which were easily resolved it was a blast. An absolute tack driver!!

I was using it with Nuprol 3.0 gas and nuprol .28g BB's.

This is my new go to gun.

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I'm in love with this pistol,

 

Gamed it yesterday at a new CQB field that opened up in Toronto here. Was borrowing my friends Sig552, but it was a small crowd, 5v6, so pistol was clear choice of using. Ran it for 3/4 of the night out of the box with no hop-up adjustments on .25. Dialed it in later that evening. Didn't notice mag cool-down issues at all on propane (bernzomatic propane). Front sights stayed on with the crafting clear glue with blue Loctite applied.

 

Gave the mags and gun a nice cleaning job and re-lube.

 

Have many clips of me lighting people up with the M&P9, just compiled it yesterday, not sure if I want to add commentary or subtitles, or simply just paste it on YouTube and call it a day.

 

Video inbound tonight!

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I really wish I had my holster for this; played this weekend with it at 50F degree weather, was immensely surprised it could cycle (compared to all my other pistols). Hell, I am extremely satisfied just keeping this pistol stock. It performs amazingly, so happy with my purchase :)

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I really wish I had my holster for this; played this weekend with it at 50F degree weather, was immensely surprised it could cycle (compared to all my other pistols). Hell, I am extremely satisfied just keeping this pistol stock. It performs amazingly, so happy with my purchase :)

Yep! Keeping stock minus sights. Gun performs like a dream ootb.

 

Now I want replacement parts when the breaking happens.

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A quick question has anyone had issues with BBs getting stuck in the hammer mech? I took the gun yesterday and it was cold but the mags were warm I had three mags the first mag fed fine and emptied, the second mag however fired a couple rounds the the slide jammed I took the mag out took off the slide and there is a BB in the hammer mech I cleared it put the same mag in fired one shot fine then again a BB gets stuck in the mech!!

 

On clearing it again the mag emptied as normal and so did the third mag with no issues at all, granted the temperature is borderline but it seemed odd that the cycling lets a mag into the mech, maybe it rolled in there when slide is taken off but I have never seen it happen on anyother of my pistols?

 

Curlyboy

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More Parts are out.. here's a list:

 

UAC Match Grade Steel Trigger for Marui M&P9 - $25 USD

 

Nine Ball Reinforced Hammer Spring Set for Marui M&P9 GBB - $12.50 USD

 

M&P9 (T.Marui) CNC Hardened Steel Parts (Parts No.36 & 43) - $35.00 USD

 

@Curly

 

Haven't had anything stuck in hammer mech. Maybe time to take it apart and clean and relube and see if it happens again.

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Had this show up this morning:

 

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Feels a little light compared to my PX4 but very solid. Also love the finish they've done on the slide. Can't wait to try it out at a skirmish.

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