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callumbagshaw

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About callumbagshaw

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  • Guns
    Krytac Trident CRB
    VSR
    WE G19 G-Series x2
    WE XDM Compact
    KJW KC02
    JG P98-1
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  1. I haven't played in a while, but I didn't delete my FB page. Nice try
  2. Legend, thanks it's on the way haha
  3. Thanks for this input - can you point me in the direction of a filter which would work with that unit?
  4. Thanks a lot, I've checked out those links and I still think a pump is a good option for me. I do have fill stations relatively nearby, which is the go-to option, but at that price, a pump would be a great backup option, and at least good enough to fill my tank a little for garden testing.
  5. I've been out of the game for a while, and I know I need to get my tank & reg tested, which I will do. I'm aware that there are hand pumps capable of reaching the bar/psi required for a HPA RIF setup but I always thought of them as mega expensive.... I found this on amazon: https://www.amazon.co.uk/4500Psi-Pressure-3-Stage-Filling-Warranty/dp/B082W8WZ29/ref=asc_df_B082W8WZ29/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=406571268444&hvpos=&hvnetw=g&hvrand=5270647696550972882&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=c&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocph
  6. Hi all, I bought my first house a couple of years ago and all of my free/weekend time has been spent on that ever since. I finally have a lovely man-shed complete with work bench which gives me an area to put all my RIFs back together as most are in pieces. As with anything these days though, I'm presuming 2 years out has put me behind the curve. Prior to this I was running a KC-02 with HPA adapter, "upgraded" inner barrel, rogueworx bolt and so on, absolute beauty but I'm sure it'll need some TLC to get back to it's former glory.... And when I'm feeling fruity I fa
  7. The trouble with leaving it assembled to paint though is any moving parts like the safety switch, stock, charging handle etc. It means if you painted it in "safe", then switch to semi or full auto you're gona have a random line in your paint job!
  8. It looks like he hasn't dismantled it before attacking it with the airbrush...? Paint job looks nice IMO, not sure how long the internals will hold up though if he's just blasted paint at the RIF as it is. Also, once you start sliding that stock, flicking the safety or pulling the charging handle, the original bright orange two-tone might stand out.
  9. I'll leave the others to recommend a good starter RIF for ya since I've been out of the sport/hobby for over a year now. What I will contribute is: SAVE SOME MONEY FOR DECENT BOOTS AND FOR GOD'S SAKE PROTECT YOUR EYES PROPERLY. The search function on this forum will help you do both of these things. Good luck and have fun!
  10. callumbagshaw

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    it's quite often the hammer catching, make sure the screw that holds the hammer assembly is as tight as you can get it, and in extreme circumstances you could try filing a bit off the hammer itself, but do that at your own peril!
  11. Who is "us"? This is the first time you've piped up... I was simply recommending a service which might have been helpful to the OP because I was aware of it. I didn't post the screenshot with the spelling error in it, nor did I even claim that he was a good tech, I just said it's a good shop with a good reputation, which, in my opinion - it is. This is a forum. A forum is a platform for discussion, telling someone to wind their neck in because they're part of "them" not "us" defeats the object bud, especially when you've offered nothing constructive in the first place
  12. He's running a successful airsoft shop. Did you know that you can rearrange the letters in "Rogerborg" and make the word "Salty"?
  13. The guy's running a shop, employing and teaching several people, raising a family and putting out constant content on social media. I don't think he's too concerned about a mistaken keystroke. Ah well, let's stay true to the general attitude of the forum these days: "pick up on minor, meaningless details - avoid being helpful, stay specifically OFF topic, and buy a TM recoil, strip it down and completely rebuild it so we can all be friends"
  14. I saw that ASPUK are running tech tuition sessions, you tell them what you want to learn and they teach you (think it was £20 or £30 per hour but don't quote me on that). They're a fantastic shop with a great reputation, based in Sheffield.
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