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MP5 A7 repair

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Hello, 

 

I have been gave an MP5, not in the best state but an airsoft gun albeit.

so ive had a look online to try find some information on the gun but i have been unable to find a thing.

I decided that disassembling it would be the best option, to diagnose the problem, but also to figure out if it was electric, gas or spring.

It has a  spring mechanism within. my work has stopped due to me being unable to remove the muzzel and sight, which i beleive to be one piece. There doesn't appear to be a screw holding it on so im raver puzzled by it.

I would be very greatfull if anyone can shed some light on the gun.

 

kind regards,

 

Colbox.

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Couple of questions to help the tech gurus help you quicker. 

 

What make is it? 

 

We we can work out if it's gas/electric/Spring easily.

 

How does it fire? Do you attach a battery? Do you fill the mag with gas? Do you cock it after each shot?

 

With this info it will help us help you!

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i have never fired it as the spring mechanism is broken.

make- i have no clue, i havent been able to find a similar mp5.

it has MP5 A7 etched into the side. 

i have tried searching for information but i havent actually been able to shed some light onto it.

 

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thankyou! 

 

i'm looking to repair the gun also but i have been unable to locate any form of screw or pin holding the muzzle in place

 

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2 hours ago, colbox said:

thankyou! 

 

i'm looking to repair the gun also but i have been unable to locate any form of screw or pin holding the muzzle in place

 

have you tried unscrewing the whole thing, i doubt very much it is a threaded flash-hider though but it's worth a shot?

Seriously though it's not worth the effort to fix it, unless it's your big brothers, you broke it and need to fix it before he finds out.....

 

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Look for very small grub screws near the flash hider.  Will look like a small hole with something in it. Needs a hex key to get out.

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