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cropzy last won the day on May 3 2014

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  1. cropzy

    HPA TM M870

    THIS ADVERT IS 'UNCOMPLETED' - THIS MEANS THE ADVERTISER HASN'T BUMPED THIS LISTING, BUT IT COULD STILL BE WORTH CONTACTING THEM.

    • For sale
    • Used

    HPA TM M870 for sale. PAYDAY SALE £180 Shortened barrel. HPA tapped with no leaks. Works fine on 3 and 6 shot. 3d printed m4 mag adapter. 3d printed shell holder. 6x 30 round shells. 3x 3d printed AR grip adapters if you want to make it stockless. Picatinny on the barrel as well for a torch which is 3d printed. Accessories are the shell latch, sight post and the tube that the bolt was inside in the stock. It will come with a rifle bag as well. It has a few exterior marks but it works perfectly and is a blast to use. Selling to fund PC parts. Located in Huddersfield

    £179.98

  2. Hi lovely forum people. I have a strange issue adapting a TM M870. It has already been hpa'd but I am changnign the grip/stock on it and need some help. Here is the setup I am having. A 3d printed grip adapter and grip. Don't worry, they fit and are printed at 100% infill and hold the weight perfectly. The issue is with the adapter: https://pinshape.com/items/32629-3d-printed-hpa-grip-for-tm-870 Here are the instructions: This adaptor will make your gas tm870 to hpa you will need to make threds 2x m5 (one for the m4 gbb grip one for the tube in the backplate) 4x m3 (in the back plate) you simply take off the hose on the cylender and replace it with a new flexible one. (6mm) heat op the end that are going on the cylender and press it on. then put your hpa grip on screw it to the m870 after that. drill a hole to your m4 gbb grip.mount the m4 grip put down the hose. put on the back palte with 4x m3 hexscrews The thing is, this grip says you have to attach a tube directly to the valve, which doesn't have a notch. See photos below: As you can see, this just slides on and secures with a bolt. The actual metal part on the shotgun is where a 6mm nylon HPA hose is supposed to go on. I am supposed to heat one up and then just slide it on. I am worried that the pressure will blow it off as there are no notches. Here is the original tap and setup when it used a long stock: As you can see in the last picture, it has an oring in it as well. So I ask you people, what is the best way in doing this? Would I just be able to put a 6mm hose on the cylinder if I heat it up and will it stay there. Or am I looking at a different approach. I want to keep it short as the first picture. If need be I can sand things down.
  3. Quick question. Are hpa tubes made out of nylon? Anybody got any links to any hpa tubing I can use??

    1. Tommikka

      Tommikka

      You need suitably pressure rated tubing.

       

      Whereabouts in the system is the tubing to go?  

      What are the fittings it will be used on?

      What would be the operating pressure at that point?

      What would be the operating pressure at the components before it? (To allow extra pressure if a component such as a regulator fails)

       

      You need to allow for both designed operating pressure and maximum failure pressure.

    2. cropzy

      cropzy

      I'm going to make a thread with pics

  4. Friend had one. They are a lot of faff. Not worth the money tbh
  5. Get a hi-capa. You will not regret it. Best gun I have ever owned (this is coming from an ex owner of a P* G&P). Mine is upgraded to the teeth, there is nothing further that can be done on it performance wise. It is stupidy accurate with marshalls calling it a "laser" and the range from a pistol is crazy. Do it.
  6. This advert is COMPLETED!

    • For sale
    • Used

    Has been painted. Works fine. 3 modes, strobe, full brightness and half brightness. Comes with rail mount. Very bright. Ideal starter torch. Works via a button on the back. £15

    £15.00

  7. cropzy

    Wilcox clone red dot

    THIS ADVERT IS 'UNCOMPLETED' - THIS MEANS THE ADVERTISER HASN'T BUMPED THIS LISTING, BUT IT COULD STILL BE WORTH CONTACTING THEM.

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    Good clear red dot with a big bright reticle. £15

    £15.00

  8. cropzy

    Leapers UTG red dot

    THIS ADVERT IS 'UNCOMPLETED' - THIS MEANS THE ADVERTISER HASN'T BUMPED THIS LISTING, BUT IT COULD STILL BE WORTH CONTACTING THEM.

    • For sale
    • Used

    Real steel good red dot. Unfortunately the battery is dead. Very bright, holds zero really well and it is QD. Here is a link to more info. https://www.leapers.com/index.php?act=prod_detail&itemno=SCP-DS3039W&midx=2127&allids=2107_2127 £20

    £20.00

  9. cropzy

    15inch keymod rail

    This advert is COMPLETED!

    • For sale
    • Used

    15inch keymod rail, unknown brand. Throwing in a receiver with outer barrel for it as well and the castle nut. Receiver brand is a&k £20

    £20.00

  10. cropzy

    Division6 facepro

    THIS ADVERT IS 'UNCOMPLETED' - THIS MEANS THE ADVERTISER HASN'T BUMPED THIS LISTING, BUT IT COULD STILL BE WORTH CONTACTING THEM.

    • For sale
    • Used

    Genuine multicam black. Designed to protect the import part of your face without obstructing your ability to shoulder. These are very very rare now and are a great bit of kit. Selling because I use a dye. £15

    £15.00

  11. cropzy

    HERA arms CQR grip

    This advert is COMPLETED!

    • For sale
    • Used

    HERA arms CQR grip in tan. Used twice. No longer have a rifle therefore I have no use for it. Comes with original box. £20

    £20.00

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