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Hello. My name is Sturm. I think I've been a member for some time, but due to difficulties logging on, this is my first post. Anyway, I own an Inokatsu 100th Anniversary M1911A1 pistol. I really do like it, contrary to what many people say about it. However, it does have one or two problems which, although in my case are not 'critical,' can be quite annoying nevertheless. One of these is regarding the pistol's slide stop. The slide stop always pushes itself out a bit when the gun is fired, even if fired whilst empty. It does not push itself out that much, and after going out a little bit, it will not go out any further with subsequent shots. However, I know this issue is related to the slide stop. I tested a Nova slide stop, and it has no such behaviour when installed on the pistol. The problem with the latter is that the finish on it is a medium grey (Despite being labelled as 'Steel Black') and does not fit very well with the rest of the gun (Which is Parkerised on the slide and frame, and blued on all of the small parts). So basically, I would either need to buy another slide stop that matches the blued finish of the Inokatsu piece, and also make sure it does not push out as the Inokatsu tends to do, or I could somehow fix the Inokatsu slide stop - which I do not know how to do. If anyone can give me suggestions on how I could get the default slide stop to quit loosening up and pushing out erratically, I would be very happy. The Inokatsu slide stop is a good fit - mostly. I have noticed that the move-out behaviour is not present when the slide stop is placed in the empty frame of the pistol, but with the slide and barrel and hop up and all of that stuff assembled, it starts right back up again. There is one video on YouTube that describes and demonstrates this exact problem (Although I am not sure if I'm allowed to post links). If someone could link or point out an alternative slide stop that is obviously steel, checkered, and has a dark-blued finish, that would be a good course of action as well.
I'm hoping to make extended slide-catch "field mod" but I dare not touch the original, dat be sacred. Also the axle mounting the catch is oddly short. It's not falling out but my plan was to add a bearing axle to it while at it. Where can I find one of these? Inokatsu has a distinctive color tone also so regular "black" would stand out and going after the original surface treatment might be expensive for such small part. Btw: what is the coating called? Is there a contact email for Inokatsu? Has anyone seen these things sold somewhere?
Hi everybody. I am selling nearly all of my airsoft arsenal, including most of my gas blowback airsoft guns, as well as other gear, parts and accessories. If you are interested in any of the items, please PM me or email ajfriedman.af<AT>gmail.com. PayPal only. I live in the U.S. Inokatsu 2011 Super Version M4 To see more images, click on the picture and scroll left. You can also click on this link to watch a YouTube video w/ more info about the gun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aVUAuXq6EB I bought this gun in 2012 from eHobbyAsia. Since then, it's been used in-game three times. The gun has seen some wear (reference photos and videos) but is overall in good condition externally. I am including: - 5 ProWin V2 Magazines (some of which are broken) - Replica Trijicon ACOG 4x32 scope - Authentic KAC foregrip - Authentic BlueForce Gear Vickers Tactical Sling - Original Packaging - Plenty of broken/replacement parts Externally, the gun is in good condition. It has 100% authentic markings, true to the real M4s that are produced by Colt Defense. All the components feel a step-up from the normal degree of quality of airsoft guns: the fore end is solidly attached to the receiver, which (apparently) are made of 7075-T6 Aluminum, just as the real weapon. The receivers are also hard-coat anodized, which provides ample protection against wear and tear (reference video). Internally, the gun is not completely working: the bolt catch function and full-auto are problematic (ref. video). It seems that the fixes for both issues should be relatively easy w/ some small tinkering, but there's no guarantee. There are also some feeding issues w/ some of the magazines, however this should be easily fixed with a quick cleaning. Otherwise, the gun works well in semi-auto, and has decent range, accuracy, and velocity. I'd estimate the effective range is near 180 ft, and the gun shoots around 450 FPS (NPAS adjustable FPS). The gun has also been heavily upgraded, with a slew of replacement/upgrade parts: - G&P Negative Pressure Polymer Nozzle - RA-Tech NPAS - Prometheus 6.03 Stainless Steel Inner barrel - ViperTech Hop-up System (w/ 4 Replacement Buckings) - ViperTech Hammer w/ Hammer Spring - Extra replacement nozzle guide Overall, the MSRP value of all these parts, accessories, and gun combined is more than 1500 USD. I'm asking 600 USD + shipping, or best offer. Please message/email me if you're interested or have any questions. Tanaka Remington 700 AAC-SD Replica To view more images, click on the above photo and scroll left You can also click on this link to watch a YouTube video w/ more info about the gun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cn3F8Be5lDg This is a heavily modified Tanaka M700. It is pre-ban, which means you can adjust the FPS via a screw at the bottom of the bolt. I am including: - Tanaka - G&P Replica Leopold M4 3.5-10 x 40mm Scope - Authentic Harris 6-9" Bipod w/ KMT Pod Lock ($125 dollar value) - Hogue Overmold Stock ($100 value) - 1 working 10rd short mag - 1 working 30rd long mag - 1 non-working 10rd short mag - Bag of replacement parts (very useful) Internally, the gun is nearly stock, except it has a "Best Gun" Hop-up Chamber, w/ an elongated nozzle (for enhanced air seal). The gun has adjustable FPS, but can shoot up to 570 FPS w/ .20g. It is very accurate, and has an effective range of at least 200 ft. Also, because there's no mechanical blowback action, the gun is EXTREMELY gas efficient. It is truly an all-year round gun, and can be adjusted to work in winter just as well as it does summer. The lack of a blowback action also makes it more reliable than nearly all other gas blowbacks: when all other guns fail, you can rely on this one. The trigger has also been adjusted to be very precise and light. Externally, the gun has been heavily modified. I tried to replicate the Remington 700 AAC-SD. I started with an Authentic Hogue Overmold Ghillie Green stock, which required a lot of work to mate with the Tanaka action. It also required a free-float barrel, which I created (reference video). Unlike original Tanaka rifles, this Tanaka has a barrel that is actually attached to the action, rather than the stock. This creates a much more stable platform. The barrel has been shortened to 20" to match the AAC-SD. The gun has never been used in game, and all the metal components are in excellent condition. The MSRP on all these parts combined is more than $1000. Keep in mind, it is hard to find authentic Tanaka M700s anymore (especially in the USA). I am asking 650 USD + shipping or best offer. I do not want to part out. If you are interested or have any questions, please email or message me. Tokyo Marui M1911 MEU(SOC) M45 Replica To view more images, click on the above photo and scroll left You can also click on this link to watch a YouTube video w/ more info about the gun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQNVct-ia8c This is another highly customized gun. It started it out as a standard TM M1911, bought from eHobbyAsia. Incrementally, I replaced the plastic slide and frame, and built a very accurate replica of the real MEU(SOC) M45 CQBP used by Marine Force Recon. Reference this article: http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_5_49/86667_The_MEU_SOC___45__ICQB__and_M45_Close_Quarters_Combat_Pistol___Updates_to_OP.htmlThe parts include: - Guarder TRP Slide and Frame [100 USD] - PGC M1911 Slide and Frame (and Outer Barrel) [200 USD] - GunsModify Tritium Night Sights [80 USD] - Pachmayr G40 Grips [40 USD] - Nova Grip Safety [60 USD] - Guarder Ambi. Slide Safety [30 USD] - Nova Medium Trigger [20 USD] - Nova Combat Hammer [50 USD] - PDI Palsonite 6.01 Inner Barrel [60 USD] - Guarder Slide Stop [20 USD] I am also including: - 3 working standard 1911 Magazines - Authentic Coyote Brown SERPA Holster - Original packaging and manuals - A bunch of broken and unused parts Internally, the gun has slight malfunctions. I believe it is the valve knocker, which has worn out in the past. If it is, it would be an easy and cheap replacement. However, there is no guarantee. Reference the video for more information. Overall, the value of this gun and all the parts is over $900. I am asking 350 OBO for this gun. Please contact me if you are interested or have any questions. VFC HK416 10.5" Replica GBBR To view more images, click on the above photo and scroll left You can also click on this link to watch a YouTube video w/ more info about the gun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9JIS39Ds8_A This is a VFC HK416 GBBR, bought from eHobbyAsia. The gun does not come with the EO-Tech. The gun includes: - VFC HK416 - 6 mags (1 broken) - Stubby foregrip - G&P standard LEM stock - Old HK-style stock - REAL Tango Down BG-16 grip - Original HK-style pistol grip - Prometheus 6.03 stainless steel barrel - Original packaging - Z-parts steel 10.5" outer barrel - Random steel flash hider (14mm CCW) - Z-parts steel bolt carrier group - Steel hammer and fire control group - Modified ejection port door w/ real Colt ejection door (ref. photos and video). - Broken/replacement parts Internally, the gun is one of the most reliable weapons I own. It almost always locks back on the last shot! The gun is in full working condition. The velocity of the gun is near 450 FPS w/ .20g, and the effective range is at least 150". I can't stress how reliable this gun is - it makes it much more enjoyable to use, since I rarely need to worry if it will work. Originally, the gun had difficulties w/ reliable hop-up performance. However, thanks to GGi user Nugentgl, I was able to sort out these issues and now the hop-up works great and is adjustable through the rear of the receiver, using an elongated hex-wrench (also included). Externally, the gun has 100% realistic markings (unlike WE 416). The Z-Parts steel outer barrel makes the gun feel much more authentic and front-heavy. The iron sights are close replicas to the real HK416 apertures. The gun has seen some wear and tear, and there are visible markings on the receivers. However, none of these markings are distracting or detract from the overall look of the gun. I had to modify upper receiver to accept real ejection port doors. Ultimately, I tried to replicate the "kosher HK416" and refrained from using all the fancy MagPul accessories and gadgets you might see on many airsoft guns similar to this one. Overall, this is one of my favorite guns. It works 100%, looks great and is enjoyable to use. I've easily put more than 900 USD into this gun. Keep in mind, you're not going to find one of these new in the United States. Asking 500 OBO. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact me. KWA M9 To view more images, click on the above photo and scroll left You can also click on this link to watch a YouTube video w/ more info about the gun: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6k5_xhGNnY&list=UUx2o8npxEjOzyYhe_mZcvWQ Not as much to say here. This is a used, old KWA M9. I recently completely re-did the internals however, so all the internal frame components (and the frame itself) are brand new. All the functions work fine. Also, I replaced the grips (and grip screws) with real Beretta 92FS grips. The gun comes with one mag, and an authentic SERPA holster in OD. Original packaging. Asking 80 USD + shipping, or best offer. If you are interested or have any questions, please contact me. GEAR I have collected some high quality gear as well. Most of the gear seen here has been used minimally, in excellent condition, and high quality. LBT 1961A Coyote Brown To view more images, please click on the photo above, and scroll left. For more information about this chest rig, and LBT, click here: http://lbtinc.com/vest-h-gear-carriers/h-harness-gear/load-bearing-chest-rig-c.html This is an authentic LBT 1961A in coyote brown. I bought this in early 2013 to go along with a (Tan 499) LBT 6094A plate carrier (which is also for sale, if anyone is interested - have not taken pictures yet). If you scroll two images to the left, you can see the LBT markings that designate the model and date of manufacture. The chest rig has been well taken care of, and has been used in-game no more than twice. There are minimal (if any) nicks, cuts, scrapes, etc. The chest rig comes with all the original articles, including a holster insert (reference picture). The MSRP on this article is 350 USD. I am asking 180 OBO. Replica LBT 6094A Olive Drab, by Toy Soldier For more photos, please click the photo link, then scroll left. The real 6094A made by London Bridge Trading (LBT) is popular among the special operations community. This is a replica of the real LBT 6094A in an Olive Drab/Ranger Green hue. It comes with various MOLLE pouches, including a front three mag pouch, a hydration carrier (w/ camelback), side pouches, and a grenade pouch. Although it is replica gear, Toy Soldier is known to make some of the highest quality replica gear around. TS carefully examines the geometry and cuts of the authentic LBT gear to create accurate products. When designing AOR 1 fabric gear, TS uses authentic Crye Precision AOR 1 pattern, rather than cheaper Chinese fakes. The MSRP on this model is 190 USD. I am asking 70 USD. This is a great starting vest. Accessories, Parts Here are a bunch of accessories and parts. If you see anything you're interested, just ask. Some notables are a XCortech Chronograph, which I am willing to sell for 50 USD + shipping. I also have a Sightmark Aimpoint Replica. This is a decent Aimpoint replica that (apparently) can be used w/o issue on .22 Rifles. I am willing to sell the Sightmark for 50 USD + shipping. Also, I have a boneyard KWA SR-10. The gearbox, and all the internals actually work just fine. It needs some replacement parts including: - new charging handle - new dust cover - new hop-up bucking - new magazine release and button Otherwise, I think the gun is good to go. I also have a 9.6V nunchuck Intellect cell battery that I'm including. 110 USD or best offer. Please contact me if you have any questions.