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Just saw this on Arms-cool and thought it was a neat idea, maybe not the best when skirmishing but for collectors? Yeah why not :P Sharing it here so everyone can see, all credit goes to the original poster on arms-cool!

Full guide here (Chinese) http://www.arms-cool.net/forum/thread-174737-1-1.html

 

 

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That's crazy :o

 

Word of caution to anyone who has a working spring-action on their extractor, removing the BBU will make this spring come out and it is a PITA to get back in. Just an FYI.

 

If your extractor does not spring back and forth when poked/pulled with the slide back then you have no spring in it so don't worry about it.

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The temptation to do this with all GBB nozzles is strong...

Barely any of them are bullet-looking like this one, but it could work for some of them.

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I've done something similar in the past with my WE steel slide build to allow for mock press check.. but instead of painting it, I just removed some material and stuck a section of a brass tube to the nozzle, seemed to not have interfered with the actions. 

 

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Will the paint not shave off when the pistol is fired?

 

Gotta admit I dont use mine. I use none of my expensive guns.

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Don't think it will be much, if any, not so sure about exposing to oil and stuff, maybe few layers of clear coat would last a while longer.

 

The painted part barely touches anything, except the tip which enters the chamber and the square rod pushing BB out of the mag, I would mask those parts out if I were to paint it, oh and don't forget to smooth out the flash.

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That I said the same type of nozzle as in my vfc H&k vp9. I have not painted mine, but it is my favourite little detail. I know it isn't much, but I have wanted blowback units to look like this for a long time. Hopefully more manufacturers like we will start using them.

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I've done something similar in the past with my WE steel slide build to allow for mock press check.. but instead of painting it, I just removed some material and stuck a section of a brass tube to the nozzle, seemed to not have interfered with the actions. 

 

Wait... I don't get it. oO

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