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#1 Romeo_Delta

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Posted 25 June 2009 - 04:46 PM

So just recently my uncle's friend has offered to give me his Assault Eagle Mac 11. I don't know a single thing about this gun aside from it's a GBB (I believe). I've read around and seen some sites say that it's HFC. Is that true? If so, is it worth anything? What's the quality of it? I have yet to shoot it, but my uncle's friend said there's a major gas lead coming from the ejection port.

Can I get some more information on this gun? I'm going to go and test fire it a couple times then come back and edit this post accordingly.

Edit: Okay, just shot the gun a couple times. Works in both semi and full auto and it seems like everything is fine except one thing. The aforementioned gas leak. However, it isn't coming from the ejection port, it's coming from the top of the magazine. What part is it that would be letting the gas leak out as heavily as it does? Is it the O-ring?

Also, I tried to take the outer barrel and inner barrel apart but the outer barrel won't budge (yes I removed the retaining pin). I can twist it like I'm trying to unscrew it, but it isn't threaded. In the take down video I watched it just slid right off. Should I dip the tip into boiling water for a couple minutes?

Another edit: After disassembling the gun and applying silicone lube to all the pieces that needed it I put the gun back together, pulled back the bolt, and pulled the trigger. Everything worked fine. The port cover closed and everything was all good. About 10-15 minutes later I pulled the bolt back and pull the trigger, but this time the port cover didn't close all the way. I don't know what the problem is, but the port cover won't close all of the way unless I have a BB in the magazine. And even when I do have a BB in the magazine when I :censored2: the gun the BB gets stuck in the barrel either inside of, or just in front of, the rubber hop up piece. I have no idea what's going on here!

Help?!

Edited by Romeo_Delta, 25 June 2009 - 09:54 PM.

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