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Old 07-19-2020, 07:27 AM   #1
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I recently got an HFC VSR11 at first I was quite impressed with it. Out of the box, the fps was around 510fps on .2g bbs. Then I noticed that the hop up was not quite that responsive. So I opened it up, tweaked the hop-up, and put it back together. Now here's where another problem popped up. I am having misfeeds. Torqued up the screw on the reciever and it solved the problem.

After consuming around 3,000 bbs, the rifle slamfired. So, I had to open it up again. Lo and behold! The sear was totally worn off and the tail on the zero resist spring guide (looks like a maple leaf copy) was broken.

I was thinking of upgrading it to a 90⁰ sear set but it's not available here in my country. Hence, I purchased a new Maple Leaf 45⁰ stainless steel sear set, piston, and spring guide. The sear assembly fits fine in the trigger box. However, the spring guide stopper wouldnt go through the hole on the reciever. Hence, I used a rotary tool to make the hole a bit longer to accomodate the spring guide s

However, for some reason I cannot get the cylinderhead off and open the cylinder. It looks like HFC glued the cylinderhead to the cylinder. Has anyone else also encountered the same problems?
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Old 07-19-2020, 09:57 AM   #2
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I know TM has a metal bolt that hold the head in place. For that u gotta drill it out.
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I know TM has a metal bolt that hold the head in place. For that u gotta drill it out.
For ones that have glue, you need a pair of channel locks pliers and maybe a new cylinder and head if it doesn't work out lol
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yeah. I had the stock cylinder assembly sent back to the store and let them figure how to get it off. Anyway, I ordered an AA Masamune Cylinder just in case. Is the AA cylinder any good?
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I know TM has a metal bolt that hold the head in place. For that u gotta drill it out.
For ones that have glue, you need a pair of channel locks pliers and maybe a new cylinder and head if it doesn't work out lol
I used a bent nose pliers (channel lock pliers) to attempt to get it out to no avail. They really glued the shit out of it. Lol
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This is how the sear looks like before (stock) and after I installed the new Maple Leaf 45⁰ stainless steel sear (shiny new one).
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