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Hi guys and girls,

I am fairly new to airsoft and very new to these forums. My problem is I own a L1A1 SLR made by STAR and recently it just stopped working mid-game. This was very embarrassing and irritating as this is one of my best, and favourite, guns (in comparison with the M60 and soon to be scorpion evo! :D) The problem with the gun is that it just clicks when you pull the trigger and that's it. My initial thought was the battery was flat or dead so I charged it up and tried it.......nothing. I charged and tried my spare.......nothing. just more clicking noises :(

Anyway I could really do with having this repaired. I would do it myself but I can really only do M4s and I don't want to risk opening it up myself and doing more damage. I have been looking around at places to send it off I have sent emails to patrol base and fire support the price is roughly the same. I would like to have some more experienced opinion on where to send it off before I do and some suggestions on where the best places to send it would be nice as well.

Thanks in advance

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Somewhere close by that you can get to with the gun yourself. Most shops provide a repair and tech service and even the sites themselves provide repair techs. I would start with a close shop or a site with a tech, one of the two will take the project on.

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arrr sounds like you may have what i had with my G&G SR25.

 

If you have, you have managed to lock it up in a magical place, torn between firing and the trigger reset (that's what the clicking is, the trigger resetting).

 

The only cure as i found out was to drop the motor out, get a screw driver and either manually turn the bevil gear until it fires, or see if you can release the anti-reverse latch.

 

hope this helps B)

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