I knew I wanted to shorten the barrel, and improve the hop-up, since I've read complaints about the hop-up it comes with. This meant either finding an obscure steel 6.03 for M700, or converting to VSR hop-up and using a G-spec Laylax barrel. And yes, the replacement bolt was in case something goes wrong with machining the power bolt (see below).And why are you replacing the bolt and doing the hop-up conversion? The bolt replacement was due to not being able to get the nozzle to extend on the original bolt right? But to extend the bolt nozzle you need to move the hop up by converting it to VSR style? Do you see why I am getting confused here? What are the advantages to these two mods?
I'm just learning here, as I am new to this rifle as well.
Wolf, I read that a few days ago. I've probably read almost every thread on the G&G G96 out there.. anyhow, that thread concluded that it wasn't just glued and after a rediculous amount of trying to melt the glue, they had to machine it.You can remove the nozzle of the power bolt. It's simply glued.
Here's a link on how to do it..
You don't need to buy another bolt, use the stock bolt.