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I recently bought a CYMA CM045A which is lovely but due to the need of a torch at the Malls I've bought the CYMA C114 RIS handguard for it. Thing is, there's no instructions whatsoever. Anyone got a clue how it goes together?

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Actually wanted to do the same thing with my AK. Again, no instructions but maybe this guy can help you as he is to me. I know its an AKS-74u but I think it's very similar to any other AK.

 

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=l3WGgDMNsmg

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Actually wanted to do the same thing with my AK. Again, no instructions but maybe this guy can help you as he is to me. I know its an AKS-74u but I think it's very similar to any other AK.

 

http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=l3WGgDMNsmg

 

Spot on! Matrix is a rebrand of the CYMA kit I have. Thanks dude!

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Spot on! Matrix is a rebrand of the CYMA kit I have. Thanks dude!

Anytime mate. :)

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HERESY!!

 

Be a pure AK owner and just gaffa tape your torch to your rifle.... ;p

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HERESY!!

 

Be a pure AK owner and just gaffa tape your torch to your rifle.... ;p

 

Too late ;)

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