It's beautiful, kalbs! I really wish it were available here. So far only the more expensive Ares is scheduled for arrival over here.
BTW, would you mind posting detailed pics of the hop chamber including the bb feed port? I'm having low fps output problems with my custom PPSh and i was thinking of replacing the hop chamber with a G36 one like Hexagon and Ares did. I have the CA hop chamber but i have no idea how the 2 piece hop mates togerther....
Post by jimmiroquai on Oct 25, 2010 11:39:16 GMT 8
Thanks! Here are pics of my HP PPSH. I got the Dark stock version with the 600 round mag. Comes with a sling as well. Oiled up the blued steel receiver with WD40 as there were little pinpoint areas or rust. The drum mag issue of the first releases has already been fixed before shipping. It shoots around 330fps stock. It doesn't come with a battery.
I've opened mine up as well. It's pretty easy to disassemble but a bi@tch to reassemble because of the fiddly selector plate at the bottom. Bassically, just shotgun open the barrel shroud, take out the barrel and hop assembly. Flip the gun over and take out the wood screw holing the trigger guard in place. Pull out the trigger guard. There is one tiny screw holding the gearbox, receiver, and wood stock together (scary thought). Take this out and separate the receiver from the stock. You will see the fiddly selector plate thingy fall out. Then you can just pull the gearbox out. Take out the pin securing the feed tube to the gearbox then you're left with the M14 gearbox assembly. It is a Cyma gearbox inside. Meaning, Ver.7 TM compatible, also with a small spur gear. So if you do have to changer the gearset, make sure you get Version 7 compatible gears. The cyma gearbox comes stock with a plastic springguide, metal bushings, and a new aluminum cylinder head with a centrally located nozzle with custom proprietary tappet plate. I'm not sure what kind of air seal nozzle it has but it is long. Putting the HP PPSH back together is difficult because it's very hard to line up the selector plate, gearbox, receiver, and stock, to the tiny screw hole and the tiny screw that secures them all together.
I did a basic power upgrade and installed the ff: TU Version 3 metal spring guide with bearings Element 190% spring (equivalent to PDI190%) Sorbo pad to protect the gearbox CA G36 hop assembly teflon tape around the cylinderhead and barrel
Does somneone know, are there Hexagon PPSh Hicap magazines out there, in the market at all? I've went through some airsoft retailers ( Gunner, airsoftworld ) and i have no idea where to look next. Where did you buy your magazines for your PPSh?
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