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Old May 17th, 2011, 20:45   #1
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So I'm in need of a few parts, and wouldn't mind getting another whole guns worth of parts, but nobody seems to have anything.

I checked the usual retailers, Airsoftparts.ca, torontoairsoft.com and ehobby and they all have 1 part I need and are out of stock on everything else.

I found airsoftbuddy, and they've got everything I need. The problem? the website was last updated in 2010.

I emailed for a shipping quote/verification they are still alive. haven't gotten any response. Mind you its only been a day...

Has anyone ordered from them in the recent? does anyone have a secret parts supplier?

I'm looking for: (WE m4 parts)
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tightbore 500mm
multiple hopup rubbers
hopup other parts (shims, bbs etc)
replacement hammer
firing pin+delay
steel bolt catch
replacement screws/springs
my cart on airsoftbuddy right now is ~180US

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White Stabilizer
TSC Complete firing pin assy
Part #117 Plastic BB Chamber
Parts #108 and Parts #110 for WE Gas Blow Back M4
Parts #118 for WE Gas Blow Back M4
Steel Bolt Catch for WE Gas Blow Back M4
Tactical Limited Piston O-ring - Part #122 for WE M4
Trigger Set for WE Gas Blow Back M4/M16 Series
TSC Delay Firing Pin Stop
Chormed 6.025mm Inner Barrel (505mm with new Hop-up Rubber)
Part #50 - #52 Hammer for WE Gas Blow Back M4/M16 Series
Part #72 Fire Control Selector for WE Gas Blow Back M4
Part #118 Hop-Up Assembly Part B (New) for WE Gas Blow Back M4
Part #118 Hop-Up Assembly Part B (Latest Version) for WE Gas Blow Back M4
I'd love to hear they are still kickin, but any info would be good.

Thanks.

Edit: price for parts, not for a gun(for the age impared) the retailers listed above should be checking age(I know ASparts.ca asks for ASC username)

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Old May 17th, 2011, 21:16   #2
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I order from airsoftbuddy often. No problems yet. They rarely answer emails. They have infact updated their site since 2010. They have released new products just this month. tracking is sometimes funny with them. And I believe customs flagged them so your package is guaranteed to sit in customs for a while.
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Old May 17th, 2011, 22:20   #3
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Seems like rape for shipping, not including duties.

Edit: Removed a couple items that Canadian retailers carry(barrel&triggerpack), shipping got about 100$ cheaper... lol

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Old May 18th, 2011, 03:37   #4
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Their shipping is a bit expensive, I think they calculate it by setting it at 80-90% of the cost of the parts you order. I ordered from them on the 10th of this month and a day later my payment was refunded because apparently some of the parts I ordered were out of stock so be carefull of that. Other than those 2 things their shipping is quick and their prices are 5X better than local even with shipping on small orders around $50-80.
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Old May 20th, 2011, 19:18   #5
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I would not combine steel and original parts in the trigger mechanism, the steel delayer will wear off the nub on the hammer, then a steel replacement hammer will wear out the trigger... you see where that is going, either get an original replacement delayer, or go all steel in there; trigger, sear, hammer, delayer and knocker
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Old June 5th, 2011, 12:14   #6
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That's all good for an m4, but for the scar as far as I know, there is no steel trigger to upgrade to.
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