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Okay, I have 2 problems.

1. The Mags are HORRIBLY difficult to put in and take out. A PDI hop up chamber is in the gun, could this be it? When I pull them out and inspect the back of the feeding nozzle, I can see plastic scraping away.

2. My cylinder head (I got this gun in a trade) doesn't have 2 holes, or even one hole in the top. It just has some beveling on it. How do I open the cylinder with this type of head?
 

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cpdes said:
Okay, I have 2 problems.

1. The Mags are HORRIBLY difficult to put in and take out. A PDI hop up chamber is in the gun, could this be it? When I pull them out and inspect the back of the feeding nozzle, I can see plastic scraping away.

2. My cylinder head (I got this gun in a trade) doesn't have 2 holes, or even one hole in the top. It just has some beveling on it. How do I open the cylinder with this type of head?
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1.... Mine did the same, even new. So what I did was sand down the side of the mag chute. Just on the sides, ever so slightly. This made it easier for the mags to eject out of the rifle


2.... I use a set of pliers, open them up to the largest opening and grab onto the bevel. Mine is more of a stair step, opposites sides of each other. You should then be able to get into the cylinder, just use care so you don't bugger up your nozzle.
 

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First take the o-ring off that's around the hop up arms. After you get that off, remove the rubber nubbin. Then there's 2 hex screws on either side of the chamber, remove those and the barrel and bucking will slide right out.

Livonia wrote up an assembly guide with pictures, just follow it in reverse.
http://www.airsoftsniperforum.com/phpBB/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?t=1027

As Woogie said, just sand down the mag well, little bits at a time. Takes some trial and error to get it so it's a smooth operation.

Also, the cylinder head you have is just a stock cylinder head, if you damage it removing it, and aftermarket cylinder head is only like $20. If you absolutely cannot get the cylinder head off like Woogie said to, drill some shallow holes into the top of the cylinder head and use needle nose pliers to twist it off. With the holes drilled, you should be able to get it off, though it you may or may not need to replace the cylinder head after that.
 
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