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Guges Mk3

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  1. Most Zero to 25 yards with .25g bbs at 400fps. However, note..we have magus effect on our shots...so normal ballistics does not apply.
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    Hi. Let me preface you with some information, I have been in the Airsoft industry since the 20th century. I have assisted many PD's in getting airsoft for training. Most of the items sold through US distribution is not high quality. This is due to the fact that the industry follows no productions standard any more. American Consumerism does not apply in Airsoft. Now...your CYMA M14 should be fine as a starter AEG. However the P09 in CO2 is not the ideal solution. CO2 is terrible for Airsoft, but distribution won't tell you that...because they want you to break their gun and you go out and buy more items versus buying a durable product. Also CO2 is expensive to use 25 cents a jet for 1 maybe two mags of use is not very economical over say 7 cents per mag for a Green Gas gun using propane. With a GG gun you can top off a mag between rounds...with a CO2 jet...you can't do that and you will need to decide if you want to Waste a half empty jet or go into training with a weak mag. See how this is panning out?
  3. Or an easier trick is getting a 3V LED, a 1S LIPO, a clear hop-up unit like this: and electrical tape.
  4. G&P is a very good platform to build it on. It is an analog mechbox with legacy parts compatibility for DSG's...unlike Mosfet driven mechboxes that need a magnet sensor in the sector gear. However, be ready for a lot of patience, because to under take this venture at your skill level is not going to go smoothly the first 5-15 iterations...
  5. Depends, but due to product safety standards, no it shouldn't cause a fire. Well that looks like a Kyosho connector and you have a Tamiya connector. Issue is that you would be buying the same size connector as the one on your A26. While the listing lists "Tamiya Style", I have some doubt that it's NOT a Tamiya compatible connector. Another thing...Kyosho Connectors are made in Milky White, part of how it was designed to discern the connector. Tamiya was made in a light green tint or Solid White. Couple with that this industry has been polluted by people that know nothing about what is what, it just all adds to the confusion. This is indicative of an industry where American Consumerism does not apply, where items are NOT made to a standard. At least this one is the right tint and the right size (but still described incorrectly) https://www.amazon.com/Venom-RC-Battery-Charger-Adapter/dp/B01N28WZN8/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=banana+plug+adapter+to+tamiya&qid=1610135809&sr=8-5 In comparison to yours which has a noticeably larger connector and the wrong tint. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LZEAHZ8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Yes, they do...but then using your alligator clips, spare wire and logic is nearly free to charge your pack...in a pinch.
  6. Details all comes down to PSI. If the PSI is regulated to 115...its no different from Propane or (Release Restricted) CO2, It's all about pressure and less so of the source.
  7. Thanks, but that isn't the wire pack and I am very familiar with the B6 Class charger. The wire pack is the items on the right.
  8. NIMH is Nickel Metal Hydride, that is NOT a LIPO - Lithium Polymer. It is natural for NIMH to self discharger when not in use. Plus you need to thrown a maintenance charge on them every 90 days if you want the battery to fully function for 500 cycles. Here is a NIMH battery FAQ https://www.batterystuff.com/kb/articles/battery-articles/proper-care-and-feeding-of-a-nimh-battery.html
  9. Uh...yes. How else would you be bridging wires between two non-compatible connectors? However, if you don't feel comfortable doing that, definitely don't. Note...this is only to some heavy gauge wire....like "lamp cord".
  10. That depends., And by that you need to understand and look at any Airsoft gun as a WHOLE system. Of which even people who work in that Airsoft industry does not do... Yes, you can put on a steel slide, can you get it to work...it depends. Run it in 90 degree heat...it "should" work fine. Try and run it in 30 degree temps...it won't work so well due to mass and gas pressure of which CO2 is not a panacea either... Its a fine balance between KNOWING Chemistry, Physics and mechnical engineering. Sadly, people approach it like video game gun modes...programmed and always works.
  11. Just use the wire bridge technique, until you get/make the right adapter,.
  12. Oh you are referring to the OLD A26 Charger. I was under the impression you got the new B6 charger which comes with an assortment of cables. BTW...that is a Kyosho connector. Not a Tamiya. Did it not come with a step down adapter for Tamiya or T-Connectors? If not that charger is really a rip -off. But, you can still jury-rig a charging option. Take a piece of thick wire like lamp cord. Cut and strip both ends by 1/4 of an inch. Jam it in each side on the charger and MATCH polarity on the battery. It will charge the battery without having an adapter...
  13. No...its all the same metal, just cast in a different way. What you have is a damaged unit that got out into the wild...or was damaged in the wild. They don't leave the factory that way...ever.
  14. Did you buy this new? Forensically thinking,... Seems the whole issue is someone slammed the slide release hard, thus the notch punched out a hole on the slide and bent the release.
  15. I think it is a AGM L96. https://www.bachbio.com/reviews/agm-l96-airsoft/
  16. I don't trust it. Looks like Kyosho connectorss and not Tamiya. Sadly...distribution is too ignorant of the Plastic Connector types. Calling a Kyosho a Large Tamiya or a Tamiya a Mini-Tamiya. There is no such thing as a Mini-Tamiya, it's just Tamiya and the Large unit is Kyosho. Each connector is unique to the various RC houses that designed and used them. Large Plastic Connector used in Airsoft is Kyosho, rare now days really. Small Plastic Connector used in 90% of the AEG's sold is a Tamiya. Post a picture or your charging wiring harnesses, please.
  17. Maker and Replica Model of you Bolt Action Rifle will help. With out that measuring the mag really doesn't help, since there are more proprietary variations now than say 15 years ago. https://www.google.com/search?q=l96+magazine+airsoft&rlz=1C1CAFC_enUS835US835&sxsrf=ALeKk00x243cbuIE55ndPfCpOALAlmuXpg:1609772424330&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjxqJXMxYLuAhVAGFkFHdg6BP4Q_AUoAnoECAgQBA&biw=1756&bih=816 Two on this search looks like your mag...AGM
  18. Which is the case for batteries - female connectors. You need a male Tamiya connector from your charger. In a pinch use the gator clip adapter and wire. Strip and jam each end into the battery and MATCH the polarity for a short cut to charge your battery. You should have that lead in the kit you got.
  19. Does it slide lock with an empty magazine inserted and you rack the slide?
  20. We cannot assist if you are using it for "animal control"...
  21. That one is one and the same, though you could have paid 10.00 less for it. https://www.amazon.com/Intelligent-Multifunction-Battery-Balance-Charger/dp/B07FMYW4ZG/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=B6+Charger&qid=1609551749&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEyUDRTOTIxWk1LR1lPJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMTIyMDcyS1ZVQVk1VUxLUUxXJmVuY3J5cHRlZEFkSWQ9QTA0Nzc5NTAzRE9ORlQ0Q0pDSzdXJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfYXRmJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==
  22. First off, American Consumerism does not Apply in Airsoft. Nothing, is made to a standard, nothing should be taken as the being any good unless it can be vouched as a good product. Many low quality items may be defective. So, with that, the A26 is a pile of junk as far as a charger goes. It's a 2.19 wholesale charger that they sell to new people for 25.00. It most likely is defective. You should instead get a charger like a B6/HOTA at a minimum...anything else...is just meant to do one thing. Fleece the new player of their cash. I know I worked in the industry... https://www.amazon.com/s?k=B6+Charger&ref=nb_sb_noss_2 That charger will charge your NIMH pack, LIPO, and it can even recharge a car battery.
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