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Discussion in 'Airsoft Images & Video' started by magkill, Oct 28, 2012.
The worst that I had.
The saddest little gear box
The one on the left is a ics m4 piston
Forgot the worst parts .
All plastic only metal parts are the ones for the slector switch.
Is there any thing worse than this?
The only metal part is the motor, screws, and springs...
Haha, maybe you can scrap that motor and put in a high torque build! Just kidding...
Sparky just replace the gearbox the gears the piston the cylinder cylinder head air nozzle tappot plate piston head trigger contacts and do some tuning and it will be ready to go !
Would that happen to be out of a CM.022? I have one laying around as well.
Actually, I was able to sell 2 gearboxes fairly similar to those to Thunderbo15 on here. He used them for solder practice...
I think mine were Stunt Studios AKs
The gear box that is in the photo is a crossman one, right now I'm waiting for my friends pulse r76 to completely break down.
It actually came out of a CM020, but the 020, 021, and 022 used the same gearbox as did the TM Boys series (3/4 scale electrics) and several other LPEGs.
Actually, before the clones came out, that boys size gearbox was the standard LPEG powerplant right up until the BE AUG and the JG AK LPEGs brought about the "full size" plastic gearbox in the first post.
I had one of these... Came out of a Stunt Studios MP5. I think I sold the entire gun for like $5 + shipping.
No I meant my photo I took is a pulse r76 it worked for a long time until a bb got jamed in it
I'll buy it for 15 shipped. Those guns were awesome back in the day. Not gonna use it, maybe for a wallhanger
I think it doesn't have all the parts, like the small springs and screws is that all right, and how would I sell it?
I have a stunt studios co2 pistol it worked great but then I lost the mag and then took it apart, my friend wanted to buy it for $35, that's how good it was. It was a slide out mag so when I was running through a farm field it fell out some where, haha it prolly in some ones corn right now.