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Discussion in 'Electric Guns' started by TheNCAirsofter, Dec 26, 2012.
Could you guys give me a short review of this gun?
My friends broke in half in 2 days
Buy something else. Its sold at Walmart which isn't a good sign.
Wait I'm doing a marine:
Your friend did something wrong, the gun would just break in half with any type of proper care.
Op, I'm not going to say it sucks, but it's for sure not the best.
My friend has one that he bought probably 4 months ago the only real problem to me is the blow back makes a loud metal noise when you shoot.
Edit: you can get a warranty for it also.
Don't buy it,It comes from walmart not a good sign..Just save up and get a jg m4 I've owned on there pretty good.
That's not necessarily true for all Dep't stores. ****'s for example sells the King Arms M4.
My friend got didnt have the best hop up and had charging handle problems plus the dust cover wont stay up and his mag was weird like it was a REALLLLLY tight fit like he had to wiggle it in and i had to do the same when i put his mag in my masda i would say like 4/5 but on the bright side you can but it at walmart so you can just keep returning it until you get a good one
They sell the KA sportline of sportlines. It's downgraded and junk. It's not the KA we know. The gearbox breaks very easily.
Sportline of sportline? The one near me sells the actual King Arms M4.
Most certainly not "junk".
The outside might be the same but what about the inside? My local airsoft tech had to redo everything because the gearbox split in half. You could be right because Im not sure how much stress he put on the gearbox but it couldn't be that much.
Is the black ops viper m4 a pneumatic Blowback aeg?
I'm not positive, if no one has answered by the time I get home I can tell you
I wish there were 10 threads about this gun with short reviews.
No it is driven by a piece of metal screwed into the top of the piston.
So would that wear the piston out? If so is there a way to stop the blowback?
I'd bet you could just unscrew the screw.
Could u tell me where that's located? Maybe post a diagram?
I removed all blowback related parts. I have mine running at around 35 rps with a heavier spring and some short stroking at around 380 fps and some other parts. The stock piston showed no signs of where after 50k rounds with the blowback enabled. I picked it up when it had around 45k rounds in it. The previous owner had broken the return spring for the blowback unit. The one I have is a Javelin M4 which is basically the same gun.
So could u explain how to stop the blowback itself?
Do you want to completely remove it or temporarily disable it?
Prob just disable it for now until I wanna use it again