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Hello. Im currently in need of help, I bought the airsoft gi g700 about 2 years ago. I replaced the spring piston and sears about 4 months ago. My hopup got messed up in the process so finally fixed that. My problem now is the gun is slam firing again. Now I know its either the sears are bad or the trigger housing screws is loose. I have a 170 spring in the gun and i wanna keep that spring. Can any one give me info on keeping the trigger housing tighter and also a better sear set. Ill get more info on whitch one it is on thurs, but for now any help will be apreciated. I dont wanna have to retire her.
 

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When you say the trigger box is loose, do you mean the screws holding it to the reciever are loose? If that's the problem, that would cause slam firing, ecpecially with a heavy spring like that. Are you using the 45 degree sear system or the 90 degree? If they are 45 degree sears you can't use any spring that gives you over about 450 fps because it just can't handle it. May I ask what parts you have in the cylinder and what trigger it is (stock, z-trig, etc.)?
 

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Yes the screws holding it in to the reciever.
Also stock trigger.

Also I have the teflon cylinder by action army

http://www.airsoftgi.com/mobile/product_info.php?cPath=362_364&products_id=5713

http://www.airsoftgi.com/mobile/product_info.php?cPath=362_364&products_id=5709

http://www.airsoftgi.com/mobile/product_info.php?cPath=362_364&products_id=5951

The original gun is this
http://www.airsoftgi.com/mobile/product_info.php?products_id=8253

Any help with how to keep screws from getting loose and keep her on the battle field is appreiciated.
 

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If you see wear on your sears again, your better off just upgrading to a zero trigger with that power M170 spring. It would also make it easier to pull/push the bolt. You would also need a 90 degree piston, so sell the old when you do. You could buy an action army zero trigger with 90 degree piston here @ ASGI http://www.airsoftgi.com/mobile/product_info.php?cPath=362_364&products_id=9273
 
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I actually tried loctite when my front screw stripped before I tried using the screw with slightly larger threads. It worked for a few shots then the glue failed. If you want it permanent use j-b weld or gorilla glue. I would also suggest saving up for a z-trig though. The 90 degree system is much better.
 

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Well did you strip the screw threads or does it just keep coming out? The screws that come with the z-trig are exactly the same as the stock screws. If you stripped the threads on the receiver you will need to do what I did and get a screw with larger threads, or do it the better way and re-tap it to a larger diameter screw. IF you use my method it doesn't really matter how much larger the threads are than the stock, just as long as it creates new paths for the threads.

As for what z-trig is better, some people say to only go with the LL z-trig, but the AA z-trig has been working fine for me for months. It is an almost exact clone I think. The only problem with the AA one is you will have to sand/file down the sides of the guide stopper to get it to fit into the cylinder, but it's not a big deal. The AA z-trig is also like half the price of the Laylax z-trig. I see a pattern among clones here; the TM VSR is double the price of its clones, and the same trend is happening with other things... Just interesting is all.
 

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I have never heard of the AA z-trig have a sear snap. Might have been a defect. Then again I might just be defending it because it hasn't broken on me yet.
 

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Ok sorry for the delayed info i took the gun apart thurs night. And it was the screws being loose. I tightened them and its back to working. I will be saving up for a zero trig in the future. Thanks to everyones input.
 
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