Reviews: AG-K Diecasting Receiver Set For M4/16 Series (BK) - Air Force Rescue

$70.00

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4 Customer Reviews
Model: Mbody-AG-Airforce-B

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by Joshua H. on 2010-11-04 20:33:22
"Well in total its a great body except for the fact tht mine didnt come with all the pieces also it doesnt come with directions so if your retarded you could never put this together otherwise you can but it will take a while. out side of the great body 4 of 5
by joshua t. on 2008-12-17 16:57:21
"Got mine in the mail and it's awesome looking. Took me a minute to figure out how to remove the top of the body thanks to the rear of the upper receiver having small lips that go into rear, make for a great design but looks like a flaw for quick breakdowns.
The look of the front body pin looked like it was pre-stripped so I had to be careful with removing it. It was a bit shiney around the edges so that's how I knew how it looked but it wasn't, just had to us a 3MM hexdrive to open it. Once removed it was easy to take it apart.
After removing the 3M tape and looking at the cool words, I noticed a spelling error. I've never heard of a Rararescue person in the Air Force. Kind of upset me being military myself.
Overall quality is excellent. I didn't feel any sharp edges so it's safe to handle with bare hands. I'm use to dealing with real steel and having some burs in the palms.

I bought this to get rid of the wobble in my Echo 1 DMR M16 so I'll find out after installing it.

The only real con is the Rararescue but that will not hurt the performance.
by hendrix K. on 2008-08-19 02:43:56
"True to that, but a full metal gun will have a "company logo" on it instead of a cool logo of your choice. Unless you get the G&P, their guns seem to have pretty cool logos.

$70 is a real bargain. In the old days we used to pay $200 for a metal body....
by Hung-Chun H. on 2008-08-18 18:03:08
"Mine took me 4 hours to get the kit installed on my JG M16A4. I should have known that when you are dealing with metal parts, there are less space for error. I had problems getting the trigger pin and receiver bolts through because the mech box and receiver did not line up correctly. And then I noticed there's a rubber pad at the end of the receiver. After removing the rubber pad, they matched almost perfectly. Getting the pins through itself is also quite laborious - it took quite some hammering to get the job done.

To sum up, it's a nice kit for the money. But it took some patience to get the job done. No wonder some people said you might as well spend 300 dollars to get a full metal gun!

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