Chris_B

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About Chris_B

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    AF-UK Starter

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  • Guns
    Ares MG36/ G36E/ G36KV
    S&T Umarex H&K G36CV
    Double Eagle AK74u Spetsnaz
    WE M92/ M9A1
  • Loadouts
    Warrior 901 A-TACS-FG G36 Chest Rig
  • Sites
    Airsoft Plantation
    Billericay Skirmish
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Essex

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  1. Where you based buddy?
  2. Overall rating (1 - 10): 10 Would you deal with the trader again (Yes / No): Yes definitely Any other comments: Bought a new ex stock WE G39C GBBR, my first GBB rifle and I'm very pleased.
  3. As with repairing any OEM products John, sometimes you might have to find an alternative as the cost to get a replacement original is uneconomical. But I totally get ya, it would be preferable to get an original part but I rekon you're gonna be chasing a wild goose with it trying to source one. Have you checked the polarity of the battery that you used? To me that melted component looks like an SMD (surface mound device) capacitor. God knows what value it is now and what other sensitive components the 'bang' has taken out.
  4. Can't you just rewire it to say a Gate MOSFET?
  5. Bumperama! Offers welcome!!
  6. Make: any Gun/Model: any Desired Condition: broken! Desired FPS: N/A Swaps/Part Exchange: N/N Budget: depends Hi all, After your broken GBB pistols that you don't want to fix or don't want anymore. Not interested in any catastrophic failures that's not worth repairing or can't get the parts anymore. Show us what you got & the symptoms!!
  7. Bump, I'm still after one of these babies!
  8. Make: WII TECH Item: Hop-up unit Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: N/N/N Price/Payment: £15 posted (PayPal) Pictures: Below Here we have a metal hop-up unit to fit the G36 variant AEG's Any additional hardware requirements please PM me and I'll see what I have. Any further questions please also PM me so to not bump the thread. Thank you.
  9. Make: Umarex Item: Inner barrel, piston, cylinder, cylinder head & air nozzle Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: N/N/N Price/Payment: £8 posted (PayPal) Pictures: Below Here we have some stock Umarex G36C internal parts; Anodised aluminium inner barrel (266mm x 6.05) Plastic piston (with brand new SHS O-Ring) all teeth ok and not worn. Anodised aluminium cylinder Plastic piston head (with corrected AoE) Plastic air nozzle These were taken from a working stock AEG. Perfect if you're building an AEG on a budget. Any questions please PM me so to not bump the thread. Thank you.
  10. Make: Umarex Item: Top Picatinny rail & folding stock Condition: Like nee Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: N/N/N Price/Payment: £15 Posted (PayPal) Pictures: Below Here we have an Umarex G36C two tone top Picatinny rail & folding stock in blue. Perfect if you are selling your G36 AEG to someone without defence. Any questions please PM me so to not bump the post. Thank you.
  11. Make: Umarex Item: front handguard Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: N/N/N Price/Payment: £12 posted (PayPal) Pictures: below Here we have a front handguard to fit all G36C variant AEG's. Used to be two tone blue originally, but I have carefully used plastic primer as a base coat and black enamel spray paint for the top coat. Have skirmished with it and had some BB impact strikes to it, but this hasn't chipped the paint whatsoever. Any questions please PM me so to not bump the thread. Thank you.
  12. Make: Army Force Item: Top Picatinny rail Condition: like new Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: N/N/N Price/Payment: £30 posted (PayPal) Pictures: Below Here we have an Army Force G36 Top Picatinny rail. This is made from aluminium, so it's very sturdy mounting scopes etc to it. Bought this around a year ago for approx £42 but never used it in the field. Any questions please PM me so not to bump the thread. I will consider sensible offers around the asking price. Thank you.
  13. Bump... Needs to go
  14. Hi Prisce, The pistol is absolutely cleaned and lubed, no issues there, it was stripped down recently and silicone oiled, the mag is brand new as I said, and I tried 3 other brand new mags. It fires as it should when I use green gas. Having a read on some other airsoft forums with the madbull fill adapter, some people commented that the valve isn't pushed in fully into the bottle when filling a mag. In my case this seems apparent in that there isn't enough pressure/ liquid being transferred into the mag. But the plumbers gas bottle filling is really doing my head in as I can't even fill an empty bottle to begin with.
  15. Ok so I'm new to GBB but I understand the basic fundamentals of gas and temperature relations. I bought my first GBB pistol not long ago and bought a can of nuprol green gas to get me plonking and used to my new pistol. After using up my first can I immediately wanted to switch to propane for cost purposes. So I bought the madbull propane mag fill adapter for 20 sheets, and a couple of propane tank adapters to fill the plumbers bottles (400g) which I have an empty one I kept for this purpose. So I made sure that all the gas had been burnt off/ dispelled before putting it in the freezer for 30 mins. I have an old 4.7kg shell propane tank that I've had for years, I weighed it and it was almost full. Deducted the tare weight of the steel tank. Took the chilled bottle out of the freezer, weighed it empty and screwed her onto the 4.7kg tank & adapter. Flipped her upside down and slowly opened the valve. A small hiss was heard and then stopped. Great! It's full.... Wrong, took the tank off and barley 0.5g went in according to the scales. I tried both refill adapters and same result occurred. So then I bought a fresh 400g propane bottle from screwfix to try out. Screwed on the madbull propane fill adapter, squirt a drop of silicone in the adapter as instructed and tried to fill a mag. Brand new mag btw. I could only get one or two shots off at low velocity before all the gas vents and the top slide & mag freezes. The air temp was around 15°C at the time. Please could someone give me some advice on the tank filling & mag filling issue as I don't really want to spend a fortune on green gas! Sorry for the novel, jus trying to get as much info written as possible for you guys. Pistol is a WE M9A1 for reference. Thanks for reading!