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Hi all

A few weeks ago i started a post in the Tanaka thread where I was asking around about upgrades and such for the m700.

I after all I bought a G&G g96 and so far I'm extremely pleased with it. Its very solid and it does come with the g&g upgrade parts which are all steel, cool.

Anyway the nozzle in the G&G bolt is machined from the same piece as the bolt (as far as I can see). This means it can not be changed for the one that comes with the king arms chamber conv. kit.

The question is: why is there a nozzle in the conversion kit, and is it necessary to change it? I saw people buying KJW bolts for their g96 to be able to change the nozzle. Is it necessary to change it?

Thanks for your thoughts in advance


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It is not necessary to change the nozzle to the extended King Arms nozzle. However, the BB will not go in as much as it could. I do not know the effect on accuracy this may have. The nozzle is in the conversion kit because after installing the King Arms VSR chamber, the nozzle should be extended to compensate for the additional space between the hop up nub, bb, and bolt nozzle. KJW M700 bolt assemblies are available at evike for about $40. I do not know if the KJW M700 bolt will fit the G&G G96. I do, however, know that it WILL fit the Tanaka M700 series of guns (I have both the KJW M700 and Tanaka M700 AICS).
 

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Great thanks for the insight!

I actually know that the KJW bolt fits the G&G g96 however I don't really want to change my lovely steel bolt to some inferior parts.

At least if only the front piece of the KJW bolt could be used so the bolt handle and other parts would stay g&g I would consider it.

Of course maybe I'm wrong in thinking that KJW is inferior? Does anyone have experience regarding this upgrade?

Thanks guys

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I use KJW bolts in my Tanaka. I find them to be of superior finish, even to my Tanaka bolt. I am not sure if the front end of the KJW bolt will go onto the rear end of the G&G bolt. I do know that the KJW bolt front end does NOT fit the Tanaka PCS bolt rear end(The striker tension adjust screw is a different length).
 

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If I were you, I'd see how the performance is with the G&G bolt, then if you wanted, you could swap for a KJW bolt. I have a KJW and the bolt is fine. Just take your striker spring out, and your air seal piece.
 
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