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Old February 4th, 2011, 20:02   #301
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you don't remove the castle nut, remove the stock, remove the buffer and spring and look under your tube you should see a set screw, remove that screw and remove the cap at the end of the buffer and you will be able to remove the buffer tube
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Old February 4th, 2011, 20:14   #302
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thanks I'll take a look at it !
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Old February 4th, 2011, 20:45   #303
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THANKS that worked
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Old February 4th, 2011, 22:22   #304
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Just got mine, really love it
Read a lot before getting that's why I did know that

On a side note what type of lube do you use and where exactly in the gun
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Old February 4th, 2011, 22:30   #305
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Just got mine, really love it
Read a lot before getting that's why I did know that

On a side note what type of lube do you use and where exactly in the gun
Just got mine as well...I was wondering the EXACT same thing...I put a drop of silicon oil on the piston oring but that is pretty much of what I did since then...I just wait for a friend to show me how to take care of that baby ! A video would be AWESOME ! I can't figure without seeing
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Old February 5th, 2011, 00:27   #306
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HOW THE HECK do I loose the castle nut ? mine is all scratched now even with plyers...it doesn't budge...
Are you talking about on the buffer tube? It is fake, one piece. To remove the buffer, take the stock off. Unscrew the small grub screw under the buffer tube at the back. Unscrew the big flathead on the rear of the buffer. It should then slide off the internal brass tube.
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Old February 5th, 2011, 00:28   #307
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Oh uh... I'm way late LOL.
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Old February 5th, 2011, 01:16   #308
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Oh uh... I'm way late LOL.
yes, I will forgive you if you make a video showing wich parts you lube and where I need to SEE...but there is nobody to show me

Would be a good thing to share wich lube you use (ON THE DAMN M4... )
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yes, I will forgive you if you make a video showing wich parts you lube and where I need to SEE...but there is nobody to show me

Would be a good thing to share wich lube you use (ON THE DAMN M4... )
Are we still talking airsoft here??? Awwwwkward!!
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Old February 5th, 2011, 01:26   #310
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UHHH I knew I should have said it differently but its late and I'm not patient I think I'll go sleep and write it differently tomorrow haha

EDIT: damned...I wanted to edit my post but you quoted it -_-'
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Old February 5th, 2011, 01:36   #311
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Oil all parts that are subject to abuse, and as well oil your piston o-ring. Keep in mind that if you oil your gun, make sure you clean the crud off after you game with it.

I usually clean and re-oil before and after each use (because im anal like that)

I use shock oil, you can get it at your local hobby shop. I got the lightest weight stuff I could find which I think is 10wt.
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Old February 5th, 2011, 09:10   #312
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I've been told that oil like this (I used silicon oil) is not good...that I should use grease and clean the extra to just keep the minimum.

I'm so lost...
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Old February 5th, 2011, 11:55   #313
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Hey guys...I have the RAtech blue hop up rubber lying on my desk...and I'd like to install it in my M4...but I don't understand how to get to the hop up...last time I tried to figure out by myself something I scratched everything so I'm asking your help BEFORE I make a mistake
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Old February 6th, 2011, 17:51   #314
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Hey guys...I have the RAtech blue hop up rubber lying on my desk...and I'd like to install it in my M4...but I don't understand how to get to the hop up...last time I tried to figure out by myself something I scratched everything so I'm asking your help BEFORE I make a mistake
Remove your flash hider, Remove your front sight post, remove your handguard or free float rail, remove your barrel nut, remove your barrel, pull out hop-up & inner barrel from the outer barrel.

You have to remove the outer barrel to get to the hop-up/inner barrel

i'd also make sure your hop up is all the way off before removing the barrel

**let me know how you like the bucking, I had my eye on one.
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Old February 7th, 2011, 21:49   #315
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Wow, I didn't tought it would be such a pain to remove the internals!

Plus, the pin holding the full auto sear was bent, so when trying to straight it, it broke. Had to find something the same diameter (Read brand new AEG pin, the one top of the trigger) and then cut it down to the same lenght, and then make the groove so the spring holds in place...

At the final, I've got a nice black matte finish lower body
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