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Salindin Naz

Member Since 16 Oct 2008
Offline Last Active May 24 2011 12:14 AM

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In Topic: Big Bad Bow Back Half Disassembly

15 February 2011 - 09:47 PM

Alright, so don't go and burn the house down, but grab yourself a a sharp razor like everyone said, heat that baby up till she's red hot, and then try cutting it. Move fairly quickly, and don't breathe the vapors. You'll find that your knife will cut much more smoothly and much more easily like this. Heat it up again when the blade cools.
Or you can freeze the shell,then dip it in boiling water a few times. This will weaken the bond,because the glue and plastic expand and contract at different speeds.

In Topic: Modification and Paintjob Pictures

06 February 2011 - 11:47 PM

AR removal, Dead space removal, pre-load spring spacer, Clean powerstock.
Shell painted by Salindin Naz.

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Nice to see that one back in action after years in a blaster bin. And for the sake of dodging the ban hammer here's a Longstrike I'm working on.
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In Topic: The Mave

16 January 2011 - 08:48 PM

Welcome to the Haven, Zakary. A shortened name for a shortened blaster, keep the mods coming, and capitalize your 'I's and you should have no problem here.

In Topic: Modification and Paintjob Pictures

16 January 2011 - 08:23 PM

Here's a Lancer I did as a commission piece for a fellow member here at the Haven.

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In Topic: Ls Bolt,stuck

26 December 2010 - 05:29 PM

I've worked on a good 15-20 LSs and never had this problem. The only thing I can think of would be like others have said; that the plunger head is not seated correctly. There are a few little guide bars on the octa/sexta/whatever-gon part of the plunger head that must be put in correctly or eles your plunger will be too long at the front. The blot is what pushes the plunger rod back, and it does this by pushing the plunger head first, so if the head is a bit too far forward then it won't be able to push the back of the rod into the catch all the way. Also as others have said pics would be very help full. Another thing could be that the two springs are tieing up with each other, but I've used Recon springs in longshots in additon to other springs as well, without any problems. Hope this helps, but if I were you, I'd take it apart, take pics of the bolt assembley in the gun, and then take picks of the plunger rod with springs and all out side of the tube, post these pics and I can prolly give some better advice.