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TM G36C triple M (MadMaxMod)
#46
Little Update on my G36 "Triple M" (^^) for who it might interest.

A lot of people wanted to see it in action during last game, I am sorry I used my M4 because this baby here wasn't ready for outdoor yet.

I am currently changing pretty much everything in the gearbox and swapping it with Systema parts (Cylinder, Piston head, gears, spring etc...) and having a FET installed.
Also considering an aluminum HopUp unit (bucking?).

Also working on a "Triple M" little logo-artwork that I am planning to engrave on the stock or receiver (not decided yet) using a dremel.

I am also looking at a magnifier x3 in front of a Hurricane 551, and installing a metal upper rail.

All should be done and ready for the game on the 29th of Jan!
(Very excited about it! I like my M4, but the G36C is just much more "my style" of gun.)

"Warning! - NEVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night."
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#47
Almost finished my new project: The Quad-M (MadMaxModM4)

Built almost form scratch, with a TM classic M4 base, getting rid of the annoying electric blowback.

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- Magpul lower receiver
- G&P Vltor upper receiver
- Madbull Noveske RIS (10")
- G&P custom stock
- Polycarbonate hop chamber
- H-Nub
- Magpul front grip
- Magpul tactical Pistol grip
- G&P Noveske iron sights
- Leupold illuminated cross-hair scope (I might change that in the near future to a red dot)
- Aluminium one-piece UFC Outer barrel (16")
- UFC DTNC Flash hider

In current state, shoots at 91mps / 0.82J (average on 10 shots in semi, and 3 measures in full auto).

Yet to be done:
- Tight bore inner barrel (probably 325mm)
- Metal bushings
- Systema / Prometheus Spring, cylinder and piston head
- FET

Finally achieved THE M4 I have always dreamed of! ^^

(between you and me, I hesitated to sleep with it last night...)
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"Warning! - NEVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night."
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#48
Very nice Smile
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#49
Hot rifle Max, so if you removed the recoil, are you still using the bold lock function?
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#50
@Drifter: No, I used a classic TM M4, not my EBB as a base. This one doesn't have a Bolt lock function.
I am thinking of selling the EBB actually.
"Warning! - NEVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night."
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#51
I've enjoyed my EBB experience so far, but I can agree that the shaking isn't for everyone. Was also thinking of building a new M4 myself based of the TM M4 CRW High Cycle. I like this build though, has a real competition look.
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#52
Yes, It's not such a big deal, but I got a bit frustrated by:
- The noise
- The clunky shaking
- The lack of custom parts, and all that cool stuff available for the classic M4 that doesn't fit the EBB models.
- No short mags

Custom CRW HighCycle sounds nice! It's basically a classic M4 base right? Is there any other difference besides the gears and the motor?
"Warning! - NEVER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES
take a sleeping pill and a laxative on the same night."
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#53
(15-02-2011, 02:59 PM)madmax Wrote: Yes, It's not such a big deal, but I got a bit frustrated by:
- The noise
- The clunky shaking
- The lack of custom parts, and all that cool stuff available for the classic M4 that doesn't fit the EBB models.
- No short mags

Custom CRW HighCycle sounds nice! It's basically a classic M4 base right? Is there any other difference besides the gears and the motor?

Yeah, the gear box is a new to accommodate the new high cycle motor. From what I read it looks a smoother piston and newer gears.

I actually use short mags on my M4 EBB now, just had to get one of these cheap things: http://www.ebairsoft.com/lonex-magazine-...-3897.html

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Works fine, except some Magpul style mags need a little extra width on the side to fit proper, but a little rubber floor slider pad did the trick. Works great with this 200rd short PMAG.
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#54
I thought the short Pmags were 20 rounds. Who makes the 200?
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#55
(15-02-2011, 07:53 PM)GingaNinga Wrote: I thought the short Pmags were 20 rounds. Who makes the 200?

It's a high-cap. The STAR type low/mid cap PMAGS actually fit without any adjustment, just need the tube adapter. This high cap is more similar in dimension to the newer PMAG M-style, with a more textured feel, but a little thinner, hence the need for some extra adjustment.
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#56
madmax - your new baby looks cool! Especially in an aluminum outer barrel, I like it. Out of curiosity how many days did you use for making it from scratch?
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#57
(21-02-2011, 11:24 PM)RON Wrote: madmax - your new baby looks cool! Especially in an aluminum outer barrel, I like it. Out of curiosity how many days did you use for making it from scratch?

Thanks RON! ^^
I am totally digging the aluminum silver outer barrel! I was looking for one for a couple of months now.

I didn't touch the gearbox yet so once I had all the other parts, here is my walkthrough:

Day 1:
- Disassembling a Marui M4 classic (40min)
- Freaking out before understanding there is a tiny little screw under the stock front iron sight, and removing it... (2hours 30min)
- Removing "properly" (=without the help of a sledgehammer) the gearbox (30min)
- Screwing the RIS on the upper receiver (20min)
- Freaking out and swearing my guts out because "it doesn't ¥*#×$&◎!ing fit" before realizing I forgot to remove one part... (15min)
- Putting together the Hop chamber with a H-nub (15min)
- Trying to fit the gearbox in the new lower receiver (2hours)
- Miserably failing, screaming and swearing again (20min)
- Giving up, and going to sleep (1min)

Day 2:
- Calmly managing to fit the gearbox in the lower receiver. (30min)
- Having a cigarette, and doing some anger management when arranging the motor cables in the new grip... (30min)
- Cutting myself with the edge of the upper receiver, more swearing, disinfecting, and putting gloves on... (20min)
- Looking for the little spring of the reload handle that suddenly popped out of nowhere on my carpet... (1h30min)
- Losing patience, having a smoke... (10min)
- Finally putting the whole thing together (30min)
- Realizing that I forgot the magazine eject button, and that I mounted the shell ejecting space cache upside down... (30seconds).
- Some more swearing in italian! ...I was out of french and english bad words! (10min)
- Replying "NOT NOW! I AM BUSY!" to a girl who wanted to see me on valentine's day. (2min)
- disassembling the whole thing again... (5min! "eh! I am getting good at this!")
- assembling it again, but with the magazine eject button, the case won't close "propely" (remember the sledgehammer?)... (1h30)

Day3:
- Calling-in "busy", Taking a day off work (1min)
- Bringing the case/frame and gearbox to Echigoya to have them show me how to assemble it "properly". (3hours incl. travel).
- Mounting the stock pipe, stock, iron sights, front handle, battery case (twice. I broke the rail-mount shaft the first time), flash hider, etc... (1h)
- Success!

Total time: daitai 16h40min / 3days
Total bad words used: 1,562
Total cigarettes smoked: 57
Total girls upset: 1
Total awesomest M4 ever: 1


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#58
Thats a lot of cigarettes.

Cool m4 though
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#59
Got the M4 fully tuned with Systema parts (Cylinder, spring, piston head, nuzzle, etc... Laylax gears and metal bushings) yesterday from Airborne!

They installed their home-made FET in it too.

I tested it a bit in their range, and the grouping I got was more than satisfying.
Chronoed at a very consistent 96mps.


I can't wait to use it on a field! ;o)
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