Because why not

So h has been a fun free zone for far to long and just recently, some variety but it’s still work…haha, pun

So this weekend for sNg…why the…not

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Looking like your just about ready to stick a car spring in your m24 gear box :open_mouth:

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Thou shalt not twist

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Its sharnt

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What ya brewin up there colt, looks like a sweet bootleg elixir :rofl: :+1: :+1:

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Moon shine o.O?

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Sanitiser @95%

First parrot I’ve ever owned, friggin handy

Mongrel slow process. 1lt every 45 minutes :face_with_symbols_over_mouth:

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I think i have exactly what your looking for​:wink::wink:

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Omg yes that looks like an m300 right there

Will that work with my nylon j10 gearbox :rofl:

Btw is that like a buffer tube spring for an at or something?

Good shit never come easy :ok_hand:

Yes that will work very nicely in your J10 nylon box, should be very smooth and give you around 700 to 800 fps :rofl:

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that’s not very impressive :slightly_frowning_face:
was hoping to hit 1000fps mark :joy: :rofl:

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Well if it was an unequal pitch you might get that :thinking:

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we need at add an " :joy:" button next to the like one :joy: :ok_hand:

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So I’m well off the reservation with my activities here…that’s a factor of annoyance and the m24’s penchant for pissing me off…

During my travels I have specifically sought to understand why it seemingly is unwilling to retain the piston after cocking…

It might be of benefit to others experiencing the issue to pack out the retainer peg as below to stop it twisting / moving. I suspect I haven’t seen the last of this issue

Man looks like a pretty well used receiver right there…

There is a bit of play in there and it can be annoying.
I sorted it with sanding and reshaping.
Works great now even with a much stronger spring.

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This poor little bugger has been brutalized by two peeps.

it’s had a hard life. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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One step closer

This is some of the roughest work I’ve done in a good long while but I’m ok with that…

Fitted, well, placed into the stock with a little grinding

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