So this is my first post but I figured if i'm getting into airsoft, might as well join a community and get some advice on things when I run into them. I purchased new Tokyo Marui FNH Licensed P90TR w/ Suppressor AEG on September 27th this year. I received it and was so excited, this was my most sought after gun, I started this sport a couple months ago with a Valken M4 AEG, love it, still use it a lot. My favorite gun is the P90 and I heard that TM is a very trusted brand. So I splurged and ordered the dang thing from Evike. It was working great, sighted it in, got it pretty locked onto my red dot and it was working amazingly. I did notice I started to run into a problem with the suppressor constantly getting hit about 1 to 2 shots every time I would shoot a bunch of semi shots. This is normal with suppressors and is the second time I've run into this issue, so I'm boycotting suppressors for AEG airsoft guns at this point. This weekend however, actually just today, I was shooting my P90, pushing a target and all of a sudden, on trigger pull, nothing, no noise no bb, nothing. And I got full autoed with no return fire which was great as I called out broken gun, but these things happen. I have no idea what the problem is but I take it it's not normal for TM products to break after less then 2 weeks of use. I have shot maybe 500 rounds through this thing when sighting it in and just shooting it. I also take care of this thing like a baby because I love this gun. At this point I've submitted an RMA to Evike to see about getting this either repaired or replaced but was wondering if anyone had any thoughts? I am using a Matrix 7.4 PEQ Lipo 1500mAh/20c small Tamiya in it, which shouldn't be messing with the bushings but I wasn't sure seeing as how this is only my second gun. Any advice is helpful and I can give you more information if I haven't given enough already. Love this gun and am really sad to see that a brand as prestigious as Tokyo Marui gave me issues in less than a month. I also could take it into a local shop in my area but will be charged 60 to 70 bucks I'd imagine just for labor to fix it. I also have heard that you don't want to try and open up a gearbox for a TM because you'll lose the "fairy dust" but I could be wrong about that too. Like I said, any advice or comments would be helpful, pretty new to this sport but I got about 7 other people I play with and we are loving it so far.