bigshep

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bigshep last won the day on January 17 2013

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    have: ics cxp, cyma ak tactical, 2x ak beta spetz, owned lots
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    Ukranian TTSKO + assault vest, or OD PLCE

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  1. wind smock jacket sold
  2. sold
  3. Make: unknown Item: m4 drum mag Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: no/no/no Price/Payment: £18 including postage and paypal Pictures:below M4 drum mag, takes 3 AAA batteries, works (have tested) and about a 2500 capacity (though don't quote me) Make: unknown item: bipod foregrip condition: used splits etc: no/no/no price: £10 posted and paypalled pictures:below
  4. Make: viper Item: shirt XL Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: no/no/no Price/Payment: £10 inc postage and paypal Pictures:below Vipe shirt, XL size, good condition Make:Military Item: 180/96 Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: no/no/no Price/Payment: £12 inc postage and paypal Pictures:below DPm hooded wind proof smock. All buttons etc there, no tears, good condition Make: vanguard Item: drop pouch Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: no/no/no Price/Payment: £10 inc postage and paypal Pictures:below vanguard drop pouch Make: viper Item: holster Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: no/no/no Price/Payment: £10 inc postage and paypal Pictures:as above
  5. Make: strike systems Item: vest Condition: used Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: no/no/no Price/Payment: £50 including postage and paypal Pictures: below I have a strike systems assualt vest. Good condition all zips and fastners work, pouches as seen below.
  6. Make: APS Gun/Model:UAR Accessories: 2 hicaps, 4 low caps, flip up sights Condition: used FPS: 320 Splits/Swaps/Part Exchange: no/no/no Price/Payment: £80 including postage and paypal Pictures: below I have for sale my APS UAR. It is in a used state. I have had the gun for 3 years, not used it for two. I have tried a mag through it and it is not hopping/spinning up the BB, so this gun is sold as seen/spares and repair. Motor works fine as does the gear box, so may well be a simple fix. I have not been softing for a couple of years, so time to move the kit on. I will require proof of skirmish defence before shipping.
  7. So going back to the Op and slating the manufacturer. Having read the thread I just want to get this straight in my head: 1: you bought a brand new gun 2: you then gave said gun to a shop to do a crap load of work on it including fitting new tightbore, new hop rubber, upgrade spring/gearbox and fit a new motor. 3: you now have had loads of problems including a badly fitted hop rubber, locked to single shot breaking and range issues. I would put the blame firmly on the shop/tech who upgraded this, not the original manufacturer, as there is not much left original except the body, am I correct? Just thinking out loud.
  8. Of course you are. They are not biodegradable or anything are they? Just have to factor in postage to the equation as they do weigh a bit.
  9. I have a set of nam webbing, some original some reproduction. If interested then I can send you some pics. Was going to use it myself, just never got round to it
  10. The 8.4V 2200mAh will give you around 12-14 hicaps worth of shooting at full charge on full auto or about 9-10 hicaps worth of shooting on single shot. If you are going to a full on, high pace woodland day, or a full on, high pace ccb place then you will have a battery that should last the day easily. If you are going to a "sit on your arse in a bush" type place, then it should last a month
  11. You will find that the following has happened: 1: hop nub: it has moved or is not sat correctly and is off centered to the left, causing it to spin right. Have a look down your barrel from hop unit end and have a look at how the nub is poking down into the barrel. 2: Inner barrel has moved: The inner barrel may have rotated slightly. Again from the gearbox end have a look at the hop unit and see whether or not the hop unit is crooked. 3: you are not shooting correctly. If you do not shoot the gun with it perpendicular to the ground then it will cause the hop to not be straight and the bb will curve left or right dependent upon your stance. (IE fire it gangsta stylee and it will curve straight up ) Gives you a few things to look at.
  12. For cheaper options. The viper assault vests go upto about 62". As a larger older gent (think middle age continental drift),I prefer to use a belt and suspender system like good old PLCE or ALICE. Basically a belt around the middle with pouches on your hips for magazines and one or more on your kidneys for drinks/ammo and other stuff. I have both an assault vest and PLCE and prefer the PLCE.
  13. Yes you would have to drill a couple of holes and add a small nut to the inside to secure, if you do not already have holes. Ronnyjodes, you need to look into the mounts which screw in just to the front of the magwell. From what I remember of my under folding stock AK, it does cover up the bit where the Ak side mount goes. You are looking for one of these things: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Milspec-AK-Series-AEG-Metal-20mm-Side-Scope-Mount-Base-/360209735741?pt=UK_SportingGoods_Hunting_ShootingSports_ET&hash=item53de2c603d
  14. do you mean one of these things? http://www.taiwangun.com/en/side-mount-plate-for-ak-series-cm
  15. Nope, nope, thrice nope. It is at best a backyard plinker, it is not a skirmishable gun as you will find it will disintegrate quite quickly. To play at an airsoft site, you are looking to spend £120-£150 on a skirmishable airsoft gun, not £50.