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Easiest way to remove the inner barrel is to remove the entire front assembly.

A single metal pin holds the sight block to the receiver. You'll beed a hammer and maybe a nail or screw driver (something of a smaller diamete than the pin). Tap the hammer on the nail into the pin so it comes out the other side. Either hammer it out completely or use pliers to pull it out the rest of the way. this will be easier than angling out the inner barrel and hop from inside the receiver.

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Had a look into my manuals. The VFC manual says that the inner barrel is 502mm long. But didn't see any data on diameter.

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I believe diameter takes place inside the barrel to make it universal for all guns

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the diameter of the bore, not the actual inner barrel. For the sake of comparing what type of tightness it is compared to other brands and aftermarket ones.

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Ah, Well any chance of us going to the Reality Check? If so i'll get the new bucking and tightbore otherwise i can wait on it.

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Fixed the cocking handle getting stuck on the upperreciever and body. Added two pen springs to the push button end allowing it to have more strength when going back. Sooner or later its most likely going to grind more against the upper reciever allowing me the same problem but yeah louder metal on metal sound as well.

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I haven never really taken apart a airsoft gun, and I'm afraid of ruing it. If you take apart your kalash like in http://airsoft-barracks.com/page.php?121 could that have a negative impact on the gear box? Or does that only happen when you open up the gear box?


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nothing is going to happen to the gear box inless you drop it on the floor. The worse that can happen is that the 2 or 3 peices that make up the selector switch will fall off but you can just put them back on.

Also, The hop up has a 1mm long nub that can fall out so watch it.

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When taking apart the hop, you can loose the little nub. You can also damage the rubber. So be gentle with that.

The only other issue you might have in this is when you put it together, make sure that the rear lips of the hop are sitting as far inside the GB as possible. If its not sitting all the way in, you'll have an air leak and that will cost you FPS.

Otherwise, you are fine. Those instructions don't go into the deconstruction of the GB. There is plenty to go wrong when you do stuff that you don't know what you're doing.

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When taking apart the hop, you can loose the little nub. You can also damage the rubber. So be gentle with that.

The only other issue you might have in this is when you put it together, make sure that the rear lips of the hop are sitting as far inside the GB as possible. If its not sitting all the way in, you'll have an air leak and that will cost you FPS.

Otherwise, you are fine. Those instructions don't go into the deconstruction of the GB. There is plenty to go wrong when you do stuff that you don't know what you're doing.


Luckly on the kalash the hopup spacer won't fit inless the lips are pushed enough into the GB. So you know when this might be an issue

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That is not entirely true. Sally's had the issue of not going in all the way, and the spacer was still inserted properly. Some failed alignment in the construction. But I believe this was an early RK01, so maybe your later version are safe from this flaw.

But even with that poor alignment she still shoot far and hard. Just not as hard. When my AKMS had a similar problem, my results were much more visibly negative.

So when you reassemble your Kalash's, look through the mag well and see if there is a visible segment sticking out of the GB, or ifs seamless.

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FYI, i measured the barrel and its about 500mm ... so be aware

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http://hotspotairsoft.com/catalog/produ ... ts_id=1032
http://hotspotairsoft.com/catalog/produ ... ts_id=1086

Closet i could find to 500

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http://www.airsoftpost.com/systema-tigh ... 24410.html

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Evike messed up my first order with them by giving me fudged up mags. So no but now that i have the guns that fit that barrel i can match it up with hot spot

http://hotspotairsoft.com/catalog/produ ... cts_id=879

bam

509mm

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