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Old April 8th, 2011, 20:46   #1
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G&G GR16 Electric Blowback feeding problems?

Hello so i purchased a gun here on the forums G&G GR16 Electric Blowback, anyways so i gamed with it today and the stupid mags will not feed properly so i sent a message to the seller regarding my issues he said there is issues with high cap mags. But others have told me this is not the case does high caps really screw up thatbad? He also said to use bb bastards sinse there better at feeding??

Im new to all of this and do not wanna get a run around figured i post and get a solid response from other forum members!

The gun works and fires really good but the mags you gotta keep manually feeding it to work properly! or put the gun upside down to even work properly.

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Old April 8th, 2011, 20:54   #2
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get mid caps (high caps suck)
velcro on the inside the back of the magwell
BBBastards ftw
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Old April 8th, 2011, 21:05   #3
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Like RITZ said, get Mid Cap mags. High cap are annoying because you constantly have to wind them to get them to feed. Use BBBastard, they are the standard to which all other BB's are measured here on ASC.
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Old April 8th, 2011, 21:18   #4
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Like RITZ said, get Mid Cap mags. High cap are annoying because you constantly have to wind them to get them to feed. Use BBBastard, they are the standard to which all other BB's are measured here on ASC.
this is what i thought to use mid caps just wanna clarify if this was the case!

I already stocked up my bbs stock pile for time being.

Hence im a newbie lol newbie asks stupid questions.

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Old April 8th, 2011, 22:12   #5
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Mine seems to be picky about mags of any size.

Adjusting the hopup will help (mine came with it turned all the way up), but there are still mags that just give me trouble.
See if you can try some different brands out before you go out and buy a whole bunch. You may need to pay bit more to better ones.
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