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Old April 12th, 2010, 13:09   #1
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TSC Steel AWSS Internals

I ordered a Steel TSC hammer and sear from airsoftparts last week and was instantly told "zomg TSC is teh shit and doesn't fit", so I feel I must say, Either they have improved, or I got lucky, because the TSC parts for AWSS SCAR and M4 all fit PERFECTLY, drop in with no modification whatsoever

short review? I know, not much to say, but there are no issues with the parts, they are pretty cheap, just buy them already >.>
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Old April 12th, 2010, 13:34   #2
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I got the firing pin set and it doesn't really fit properly. It gets stuck if you tighten it a lot.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 13:46   #3
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what are you tightening?

I've installed all the TSC internals into a spare trigger assy, hammer sear, drop in firing pin kit and the uni directional fps adjustable thingy, and everything slipped in like it belonged( І was worried as uni-directional tingy had threads sticking out the back of the bolt carrrier but no problem with it impacting on anything)

I read the post I think the guy said something like " for Gods sake don't buy TSC" never said what parts or problem he had except fitting issue maybe.

I'm not usually lucky so I just assumed that mine works fine and so would everyone elses, maybe yes maybe no I guess

I have it in my scar
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I'm tightening the two screws that hold down the firing pin assembly on my 416.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 15:05   #5
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First off...that's just about the laziest review I've ever read.

On topic, I've bought TSC parts for a WA-GBBR and had fitting issue. The through hole for the sear was undersized and needed to be reamed out. Not much, but enough to set it up on a drill press.

I've had to mod lots of different parts from lots of different manufacuters....just a fact of life when mixing and matching brands. Better that something be oversized than undersized.

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First off...that's just about the laziest review I've ever read.

On topic, I've bought TSC parts for a WA-GBBR and had fitting issue. The through hole for the sear was undersized and needed to be reamed out. Not much, but enough to set it up on a drill press.

I've had to mod lots of different parts from lots of different manufacuters....just a fact of life when mixing and matching brands. Better that something be oversized than undersized.

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what more is there to say other than: they are steel;they fit
lol, thats all I ask for in a part
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Old April 12th, 2010, 15:14   #7
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Really? Hammers do fit?
I will get one soon than.

The drop in firing pin and part 66 fit in perfectly for my SCAR.
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Old April 12th, 2010, 15:21   #8
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if you just get the hammer it will wear out the pot metal sear though, and the trigger too, but I have yet to replace my trigger with a steel one
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Old October 26th, 2010, 19:11   #9
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Sorry for the Necro.

Did you try them in a scar or only in te M4?
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was in my SCAR
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