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Feed issues after barrel change .

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SO as the title says changed the the inner to a 6.2 and bucking and nub to a maple leaf in a Jing Gong MP5sd6 and now having feed issues on semi it’s picking up ones and twos then nothing and on auto it’s firing but you can see gaps in the line of bb’s and then next mag full it’s not picking any up at all .

holding the mag in and turning the gun upside down has no effect on the fault .

cheers guys . 

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The bucking might protrude a bit too much into the BB feed tube. Can you drop in a BB if it's upside down and the nozzle is all the way back or does it need a push to drop all the way down?

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10 minutes ago, Samurai said:

The bucking might protrude a bit too much into the BB feed tube. Can you drop in a BB if it's upside down and the nozzle is all the way back or does it need a push to drop all the way down?

 

I'd second this, especially for maple leaf buckings in particular.

 

I sand the feed lips down a tad makes the world of difference.

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Cheers guys will give it a go 👍

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Will second bucking lips as being too long. 

 

I was pratting around with my XM8 all weekend long trying to get it to feed correctly with the new hop unit. In the end I had to sand the tappet. Sand the new air nozzle 3mm off, wire brush the tappet route... All sorts! Luckily your seems a bit of an easier fix then mine!

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