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Old August 23rd, 2009, 04:14   #1
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ABs Plastic Slides on Propane

Tokyo Marui ABS plastic slides for Hicapa

That is one of the biggest questions I have been asked about the Tokyo Marui 5.1 and 4.3

Yes you can use propane on Tokyo Marui Hicapas It may not be a metal slide but it is still strong

Tokyo Marui 4.3 - Will it break? Read below

No, it won't break that easily

I know a buddy of mine Ancorp - Been gaming a old looking TM 4.3 that definitely looks over a year old with a lot of good usage and its still kicking.

I have heard the 4.3 ABS plastic slide is tougher than the 5.1 but actually when I compared the spring guides the 4.3 has a rubber buffer on it, which helps cushion the slide impacts so that its not being mashed so hard.


Tokyo Marui 5.1 - Will it break? Read below

No, it won't break that easily

I have yet to break my TM 5.1 ABS plastic slide and I game my pistol quite a lot almost every week. I have hear some 5.1 slides eventually crack near the rear sight.

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Even if the slide is metal it can also eventually break too, having metal slides does not mean invincibility to propane use

But there may be some new One piece Steel outer barrels coming out where no matter what slide it is it will prolong the life of the slide much much longer than normal. ILLusion knows more
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Old August 23rd, 2009, 04:20   #2
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also dont fear using propane on your tm deagle!!! at first i was using duster to manage it and once i tried propane on it ... just wow... fired close to a hundred mags on propane and it's still kicking hard!
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Old August 23rd, 2009, 04:25   #3
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yep, and ANcorp is the 2nd owner of that gun too!

also owned a TM Deagle and that thing sang on propane, I was 2nd owner of that gun as well.
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Old August 23rd, 2009, 04:27   #4
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yep, and ANcorp is the 2nd owner of that gun too!

also owned a TM Deagle and that thing sang on propane, I was 2nd owner of that gun as well.
you should had kept it at the price you paid LOL
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you should had kept it at the price you paid LOL
hehehehhee u know eh, needed cash for other projects, was fun while I had it tho
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hehehehhee u know eh, needed cash for other projects, was fun while I had it tho
i paid mine relatively cheap (250 bnib) and i would not sell it for any amount!!! way too much fun gun to game! people recognize you by that huge hand cannon LOL

edit: btw guys... i currently have a tm hicapa 4.3 in here for repair and even being plasic slided i can assure you that i wouldn't fear using propane on that shit! very solid feel!
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Old August 23rd, 2009, 04:37   #7
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If you say that

Then I should not have sold this, but I need the money and I became a Hicapa gun anyway


At one point I had this but it was too long for its own good. It didn't come with a extended inner barrel so the length was a bit excessive
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Then I should not have sold this, but I need the money and I became a Hicapa gun anyway


At one point I had this but it was too long for its own good. It didn't come with a extended inner barrel so the length was a bit excessive
imo the lengtened deagle is fugly... i prefer the "classic" deagle.... but a ka lightweight silencer would look totally bada$$ on that thing!
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