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Replacement Air Nozzle

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I've attached a pic of the air nozzle, whilst I'm swapping the spring out I thought I should replace the Air Nozzle.

 

I'm not sure which type to go for, is this an M4 type of air nozzle?

 

Also some come with an O ring, does this go behind the Air nozzle or on it to create a better seal.

 

any suggestions welcomed.

 

Mike

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Go with ak2m4 mate

 

I've bought things from him, he's a top bloke & always gives great advice

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haha. I was in the same boat, I've got an old X3200 clone in fact that has done me proud for 3 years now. As soon as the X3500 came out I knew I had to have one :-) The larger firing tube is worth it alone for all those people out there who can't shoot straight haha.

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My x3200 was pants :(

 

Didn't display rounds per second & 7 of the sensors broke inside

 

Think I'll have to invest in the 3500 just for the larger tube :)

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Get the X3300w its better. Its a chrono thats always on your gun.

Are you serious trig ?? Where are they available ??

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Oooops cheers trig

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