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Old October 30th, 2010, 19:54   #6
Assault Pioneer
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Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Edmonton AB
what do you want to know?

they are superb guns we have a review written on them here somewhere look for that.

also when you get one, DO NOT FIRE IT! strip it, wipe everything completely dry of the lube WE put on it and clean it and re lube it following the WE rifle cleaning guide we have on here (you'll have to find that too) it's on the brass tube system but same fundamentals apply to the open bolt, lube anything that you suspect could cause friction, a little bit of the dust cover/ejection port, the bolt itself obviously, the tigger assembly, and the rails the bolt slide's along as it fires (that's a big one!) I poibnt you to that guide because they tell you about a very specific and easy to obtain lube you should ONLY use on your rifle, anything else could damage the O rings in there etc so read up on that and do it before firing

this will save you the new gun frustrations I had, was too excited and brought it out for some shooting, the ejection port didn't close all the way and BB's double fed and jammed in the magwell (there's these metal groves they travel on from the mag to the chamber if the bolt isn't lubed properly they'll get smashed and embedded into there) som bb's even managed to bounce back behind the bolt and fall into the trigger assembly jamming the gun,
one I cleaned and lubed it properly taking all the factory shit off it has ran LITERALLY without failure since.

will this be your first GBBR?
Originally Posted by Strelok View Post
Wow, best derailed thread, ever.
Originally Posted by mcguyver View Post
Don't take weapons training from a book. It ranks right up there with people who think they know guns from watching a Chris Costa video.
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