• The Official Questions Thread V. GUYS WHERE DO I BUY MAGPUL RAIL COVERS FOR MY BETA SPOOTZNAAZ??
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How easy is it to change a ak's spring
[QUOTE=oakman26;34020534]How easy is it to change a ak's spring[/QUOTE] My first experience with gearboxes was changing the spring in my CM040 and everything is good, so I'd say not all that hard.
It takes me 10 mins just to swap a spring in my ak. Just as long you don't fuck with trigger assembly it's easy.
Has anyone had any bad experience with CYMA AK74's with spring changes?
Just buy the gun and change the spring, follow a tutorial and I promise you that you will not fuck up your gun
Ok [editline]2nd January 2012[/editline] Any other parts worht repalcing?
[QUOTE=oakman26;34021193]Ok [editline]2nd January 2012[/editline] Any other parts worht repalcing?[/QUOTE] Re-grease, re-shim, and I replaced my cylinder with a Systema Area 0 cylinder or something like that but that's optional.
agree for wood disagree for plastic funny for full stock winner for folding triangle
Full wood stock.
[QUOTE=FPKawaii;34021457]Full wood stock.[/QUOTE] A.K.A. CM048
Guys, i've taken matters into my own hands and i'm scavenging parts from my MP5(such as the bucking) to fix my SCAR but i hit a road block. See, the original problem i had with my SCAR was that the hop-up nub wasn't extending down far enough, so i tried disengaging the hop-up gears to push the thing down all the way but all the way is too short. We determined that the spring inside the hop-up is keeping it too high but from the looks of it even removing that wouldn't do much. I'm really not sure what to do. Any ideas that DOESN'T require me to buy anything?
[QUOTE=ossumsauce;34021619]Guys, i've taken matters into my own hands and i'm scavenging parts from my MP5(such as the bucking) to fix my SCAR but i hit a road block. See, the original problem i had with my SCAR was that the hop-up nub wasn't extending down far enough, so i tried disengaging the hop-up gears to push the thing down all the way but all the way is too short. We determined that the spring inside the hop-up is keeping it too high but from the looks of it even removing that wouldn't do much. I'm really not sure what to do. Any ideas that DOESN'T require me to buy anything?[/QUOTE] Cannibalise the hopup from a similar gun?
[QUOTE=ossumsauce;34021619]Guys, i've taken matters into my own hands and i'm scavenging parts from my MP5(such as the bucking) to fix my SCAR but i hit a road block. See, the original problem i had with my SCAR was that the hop-up nub wasn't extending down far enough, so i tried disengaging the hop-up gears to push the thing down all the way but all the way is too short. We determined that the spring inside the hop-up is keeping it too high but from the looks of it even removing that wouldn't do much. I'm really not sure what to do. Any ideas that DOESN'T require me to buy anything?[/QUOTE] What about your M16 hop-up?
scar has ics-style hop with the side dial
[QUOTE=cardfan212;34021943]What about your M16 hop-up?[/QUOte] I wish, different hop-up type.
[QUOTE=ossumsauce;34022050]I wish, different hop-up type.[/QUOTE] Oh, had no idea.
[QUOTE=ossumsauce;34022050]I wish, different hop-up type.[/QUOTE] Get the sandpaper out then.
[QUOTE=Psychokitten;34022232]Get the sandpaper out then.[/QUOTE] Eh?
[QUOTE=ossumsauce;34022507]Eh?[/QUOTE] Sand down the parts of the hopup so that they work properly. Last resort of course, I'd sooner buy a replacement hopup.
Would either of these be good replacements for my old broken gun? [url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=139_24_134&products_id=2881[/url] [url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=3732[/url]
Probably. I was going to buy one of those M14s awhile ago.
[QUOTE=mastermaul;34023168]Probably. I was going to buy one of those M14s awhile ago.[/QUOTE] Aight, If there's anything else in that price-range you would reccomend keep in mind it needs to be in stock because I need it by this weekend.
[QUOTE=thelurker1234;34023143]Would either of these be good replacements for my old broken gun? [url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=139_24_134&products_id=2881[/url] [url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=3732[/url][/QUOTE] I think the CM031 has a plastic receiver (correct me if I'm wrong). The M14s are good from what I've heard, but get the fake wood one.
[QUOTE=cardfan212;34023230]I think the CM031 has a plastic receiver (correct me if I'm wrong). The M14s are good from what I've heard, but get the fake wood one.[/QUOTE] Why the fake wood one? Personally I like the OD better. Also, The CM031 description says [QUOTE]This rifle is sturdily constructed with a metal barrel assembly, [B]metal receiver cover,[/B] and metal trigger assembly.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=thelurker1234;34023228]Aight, If there's anything else in that price-range you would reccomend keep in mind it needs to be in stock because I need it by this weekend.[/QUOTE] What exactly are you looking for in a gun?
[QUOTE=thelurker1234;34023294]Why the fake wood one? Personally I like the OD better. Also, The CM031 description says[/QUOTE] I guess you can have OD, don't want to force my opinions on you. It says receiver [B]cover[/B], not the whole receiver.
[QUOTE=mastermaul;34023295]What exactly are you looking for in a gun?[/QUOTE] Just a durable close-mid range gun. [QUOTE]It says receiver cover, not the whole receiver.[/QUOTE] Well I feel dumb
[QUOTE=thelurker1234;34023398]Just a durable close-mid range gun. Well I feel dumb[/QUOTE] M14 is not good for CQB. A SOC16 wouldn't be too bad though.
[url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=3498[/url] Full metal, should be similar, $133 but without full stock. The other one might be better for you as long as you don't mind the non-metal parts.
[QUOTE=mastermaul;34023472][url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=3498[/url] Full metal, should be similar, $133 but without full stock. The other one might be better for you as long as you don't mind the non-metal parts.[/QUOTE] [url]http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?products_id=4735[/url] A bit more expensive, but infinitely better.
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