Great, where did you buy the airsoftpro piston and wich is the esact model?First batch:
The two body screws:
The bottom of the body, with a useless latch:
The top of the body, over the trigger guard and the useless latch...
The top of the magwall:
The bottom of the body with the useless latch closed...
The receiver assembled, and the spring guide stopper pulled out(Halfway):
The spring guide stopper hanging on to a magnet... So not potmetal. :tup:
The left side of the receiver:
The bolt/cylinder taken out:
The cylinder head:
More of the same:
Here's the piston and spring guide:
A magnetic washer on the spring guide:
And the base is magnetic too:
A spring guide... How exciting!
And the front of the piston:
90 degrees of goodness:
Pistons side by side... That's from airsoftpro, if you couldn't tell.
And look it fits :shot: That said, the piston is slimmer than a stock VSR piston:
And it holds air:
And now it doesn't:
The cylinder levitating magically:
So far so good.
It was a part of there 90 degree trigger set.Great, where did you buy the airsoftpro piston and wich is the esact model?
Thank you ver much.It was a part of there 90 degree trigger set.
I got the first version, and the one they sell now is version 3.
If this means that you think you already have SDIKs compatible with it or that you will make them I'll gladly buy and send the measurements and even the entire rifle if necessary.:lmao:Guys! Please tell me 4 things:
Length, inner diameter of the cylinder (I believe, it's ~22mm, right?), length, diameter of the nozzle .
Nozzle diameter: 6mm.Guys! Please tell me 4 things: Length, inner diameter of the cylinder (I believe, it's ~22mm, right?), length, diameter of the nozzle .