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Hello for all of you!
Finally we got here.

Small introduce:

Mancraft - a small company in Poland (Mancraft) founded by two graduates of Wroclaw University of Technology.
We are producing airsoft parts -mostly for airsoft sniper rifles. We are working hard on conversion kit for AEG. That will be available in coming months.

The company was founded around 2012.
At first we started producing sniper kits for SVD rifles. Next was L96 and VSR standard (for almost all brands and types). In 2013 we decided to start our own regulators line: „normal" and „with manometer". They have infinitely variable pressure from zero to 15bar.
We are also producing our own CO2 cartridges for 12g co2 capsules.


For now our main product is - SDiK. It's Sniper Drop in Kit - a set of components which allows converting a spring rifle into gas-powered rifle. It is cheap and very effective method to upgrade.

The entire structure was designed from the ground up - as evidenced by the patent issued. The whole is based on a simple and effective system of gas supply that is reliable and durable.

With proper construction and materials, the mechanism does not burden other components of a gun - they may be standard (e.g., the trigger assembly, cylinder etc). Rifle can be reloaded with one finger - overcharging is very smooth.

By using an appropriate regulator it is possible to obtain very stable (+ /-3fps), satisfactory fps.

Using Mancraft regulator provides to continuous adjustment velocity from zero to maximum for the replica (depending on the length of the inner barrel).
Installation of conversion is simple. Usually does not require any modifications.


Test results for 12g CO2 cartridge:
Rifle: L96 with Prometheus 550mm barrel.
Temperature: 15*C



SDiK can be 100% used during the winter. Low temperatures are not problem.


Example values for L96 (Mb-08 Well rifle), 590mm length Edgi barrel, modified hop up chamber:



As always: We do not prefer such high results, but negligible scattering and very easy to reload - this is what we were looking for.

Briefly about the upcoming conversion PDiK and EPDiK:

PDiK - semi-auto conversion kit for AEG rifles. No electronics, no batteries - just pneumatics.

EPDiK - full-auto/burst/semi-auto - fully configurable conversion kit on solenoid.

Both of them will be matching to V2 replicas in first. Next will be all other types of gearboxes: for Ak, P90, M249 etc.

V2 version: Fully modular, adjustable, semi-auto conversion kit. You will be able to quick exchange your body (put conversion kit in other replica) with unscrewing any screw. Stock, Pistol grip, magazine lock - they all will be with the replica all the time. More information soon.




Please follow us on: Mancraft or www.facebook.com/mancraftpl

As I follow that forum, I saw, some persons have that already ;).

I have one question for now: what I must to do, to get my own thread in "The Rifles" named "Mancraft? :D That should be helpfull for all of us ^^.
 

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Hmm, I have a TM VSR-10 laying around with a shattered cylinder, what would be needed to get your SDiK working with it? I really wanna try it!
The kit includes everything that goes inside the cylinder except for the cylinder itself. So if yours is broken you'll have to get another one.

PS: I have a one new VSR SDiK lying around. Bought it less than a month ago, didn't get to use it yet and now I'm thinking of selling it cause I'll probably be leaving airsoft for some time.
PM me if you're interested.
 

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check your PMs
Why so secret. Though I'm am not from the states I would like to know
if you ship there as I might need some services if I go there.
 

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Why so secret. Though I'm am not from the states I would like to know
if you ship there as I might need some services if I go there.
No secrets, just didn't want to go off-topic and clutter the thread with useless posts.
As for your question, it really doesn't make much of a difference for me what destination address to write at the post office, so assuming that you cover the shipping cost I can ship wherever you want actually.
 
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Received it today. Ordered one for my Classic Army M24 but the product i received is totally not for it... Maybe it is for the snowwolf m24 because the upgrade kit needs a wider cylinder to fit. I have contacted Mancraft on Facebook but still no reply...
I'll update...
The boxing of the product was very good and contained 1,5 meter hose which however is 4x2,5" which also does not fit my p*'s hose. The other problem was that no instruction manual was included but i guess they will help me to that..
 

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Received it today. Ordered one for my Classic Army M24 but the product i received is totally not for it... Maybe it is for the snowwolf m24 because the upgrade kit needs a wider cylinder to fit. I have contacted Mancraft on Facebook but still no reply...
I'll update...
The boxing of the product was very good and contained 1,5 meter hose which however is 4x2,5" which also does not fit my p*'s hose. The other problem was that no instruction manual was included but i guess they will help me to that..
Any update on this?
 

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I would suggest mancraft change the VSR cylinder head(The nozzle) to this shape:

It enters the hopup unit much easier.
I'll try modding one of them to fit, I'm just waiting for a 16mm drill bit in the mail.
I just got mine in mail yesterday, and the nozzle on the cylinder head looks vastly different on the VSR-10 kit than what is shown on the website. I'm thinking they must have taken customer feedback into account.
 

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I just got mine in mail yesterday, and the nozzle on the cylinder head looks vastly different on the VSR-10 kit than what is shown on the website. I'm thinking they must have taken customer feedback into account.
And what do you think of the kit?
Is it noisy?
 

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And what do you think of the kit?
Is it noisy?
The quality is impressive. You can tell the guy is obviously passionate about his work and the sport. It's nice to see an operation like that compete with other companies. He also is giving away what looks like PVC Mancraft patches for everyone who buy/bought a conversion kit.

I haven't got a chance to test it out as the regulator hasn't arrived yet.

From what I have heard it's supposed to be 40 decibels per shot. Not sure how that would compare to various spring upgrades for the VSR-10 though.

But to put it in context of average, everyday occurrences....

"...Shout (5 feet) 100 dBA
Heavy truck (50 feet) 90 dBA Very noisy
Urban street 80 dBA
Automobile interior 70 dBA Noisy
Normal conversation (3 feet) 60 dBA
Office, classroom 50 dBA Moderate
Living room 40 dBA
Bedroom at night 30 dBA Quiet
Broadcast sstudio 20 dBA
Rustling leaves 10 dBA Barely audible"
 
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