TeddyBhoy

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TeddyBhoy last won the day on July 10 2016

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  • Guns
    TM 2.5 inch colt python, black
    ICS M4 RIS
    KJW P226R
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    USMC Force Recon
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    TW Woodland
    TW Annerley
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    London
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    Bushcraft, Survival, Guns, Pyro's, Making things and the occasional video game.

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  1. Anyone at Ace combat Brenchley tomorow ? Weighing up whether to give it a go

  2. Anyone make an off the shelf GBBR M16a2? Had a quick google and all I can find is custom builds or a Viper tech carbine mislabeled as an M16a2...

  3. Overall rating (1 - 10):10 Would you deal with the trader again (Yes / No):Yes Any other comments: Really nice guy. Item arrived quickly and better packed than items I've received from a lot of retailers! Wouldn't hesitate to deal with again
  4. Just ordered a CA m249 para as a birthday present for myself next week
  5. Funnily enough that thought must of been had by the Rangers and delta in Mogadishu
  6. Are there any reputable brands of "Lipo bag" ? First time buying one, would rather buy something I know is going to work instead of a knock off that will just add fuel to the fire
  7. G&P selector installed , gun working perfectly now. Thanks for the help gents. SHS reinforced selector plate not compatible in the slightest , you can see that just by comparing the two - bad job tech lol.
  8. Cheers duck they are actually bolts, was repeating the slosh I'd read from the otherside of the pond lol.
  9. Sorry for the delay in reporting back - motor plate screw stripped and couldn't get it out. Had the gun apart and I think the problem lies with the selector plate being incompatible. I think its an SHS re-inforced type, and the extra meat might be causing too much resistance? There were shavings of plastic coming out of the grooves that hold the selector plate on. I put the gearbox back in the lower receiver without the body pins to hold it in place, and the selector would move the selector place as it should about 75 percent of the time. Put the middle body pin in and if I pressed the front of the gearboxs downwards, it would usually move as it should. Rear body pin goes in and it doesnt go back far enough... Anyway I've just ordered a G&P low resistance polymide selector plate from firesupport so will see how I get on with that! On a side not, anyone know where I can get replacement motorplate screws? Saw on a yank forum about them being M3 machine screws , does anyone have any experience with that being true?
  10. I'm off out to the shops just now to get a long handled screwdriver so I can get the gearbox out of the receiver and some expoxy to add some material to the selector plate. Will report back and let you know how I get on gents, thanks for the help so far !
  11. Right lads pushing the selector plate back a smidge when in the auto position does indeed make it shoot automatically as it normally should... Problem is then when I put it into semi the problem re-establishes itself meaning the plate has to be pushed back each time. Also, sometimes when switching back to Semi, semi sometimes locks up but is fixed by going to safe and then back to semi. From what I can see the selector plate isn't going back far enough. There does look to be a cut-out for the rear body pin so I'm assuming this isn't causing the problem. Unfortunately I don't know which parts were fitted but from what I can see down the side of the gear box ( I cant get the gearbox out of the receiver yet as I've lost my long handled screw driver for taking off the buffer tube screw) its pretty much a case of this selector plate not going far enough back. About half way along the selector plate there is a small cut out with a spring inside it, the spring itself seems to be bent with the end which is nearest the front of the gun going in towards the gear box. Could this bent spring be the problem? Hoping this could be as simple as getting someone reputable ( or possibly even myself if its easy) to fit a new selector plate if it turns out this one isnt compatible. I know its quite a cheap one, and neon yellow if that helps in identifying it at all?