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    CM16 M4 R8-L

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  1. Ahh brilliant yes, just used my pliers and managed to unscrew the black thing. Perfect. Thank you very much for your help
  2. Yep that's the first thing I tried. They're not screws, they're just fake.
  3. https://www.dropbox.com/sc/6gkfxjki5yrwvwp/AAAB3zp1O3NXTKvAhnDLRIGwa Already tried that. They seem to only be there for looks. There's no other screws that can be undone. Do i need some kind of key?
  4. https://www.dropbox.com/s/c9k9jhn19bqmhhn/2014-09-22%2011.47.49.jpg?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/dk9oyojmrjug98d/2014-09-22%2011.48.05.jpg?dl=0 Mine looks like this and seems to be completely different though
  5. Hello, I have a CM16 R8-l. Is there anyway of taking the delta ring off? It's the part between the hand guard and the upper receiver. I've looked at tutorials but they all decribe how to take the round one off but the certain one I have is different to everything else. Any ideas?
  6. Thanks, I May send it back. Also while you're here do you know where I can get replacement parts? For examle I want a new polymer body but don't know where to look.
  7. Okay thanks, is this a normal thing that can happen?
  8. Sorry I should rephrase. On my gun there are two separate rails. One part of the main body and the other where the rails are free floating. Placing the sight on the main body the red dot aims way to the right, and can't be zeroed left anymore. Placing the sight on the front rail it's fine. It's like the actual rail is wonky. If I look down the gun without a sight I can slightly see that the rail bends. Does this make sense? Thanks for the quick response.
  9. Hello guys. I recently bought a CM16 M4 R8-L and got a manufactured two tone version. When I put the optics on the main body (receiver I think it's called) it seems to fire a bit to the right, but when placed on the front rail it seems to shoot fine. I'm guessing somethings not aligned properly. Any ideas on how to fix it?
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