gatornation151: did you make a shooting review for this gun...because i cant find it...but
anyway thank you so much for saying in your review where the hop up is i
couldnt figure out if it was the same as the g-spec so thank you very much!
silentfury214: thanks! i am nervous because i do all of my videos unscripted and
Dino2009able: Thanks for the video! My rifle quit shooting, now I can take it apart and
try to fix!
Tcreature358: can you talk a little faster?
SwitchStyl3Z: Alright thanks.
MrAlabamaAirsoft: Not really complaining but it's forestock on most rifles not foregrip
(automatic rifles have foregrips)
silentfury214: i will make that video soon. right now i am very busy, but soon. :)
TacoBellCrew: do u have the upgrades
kumquatsta: nice review, i'm thinking of buying this gun from an airsoft boneyard for
the stock only. what can you say about the stock, is it solid and sturdy
even without the receiver/barrel in it? where is the stock weakest? how is
the grip size? large? small? what about the foregrip?
DemonAPX: The front sight is only attached by an adhesive piece of tape.
Yourthefishead321: Piston sear. $20 fix if you know how to install it.
kevin71127: whered you get this
silentfury214: the bolt scrapes against the scope.
YaMom0: @silentfury214 well that makes me feel good lol. thanks anyway
KyoshoCrew: Pen! That's what i was thinking about all along. I went around thinking:
what is it that uses a familier spring? I know there was something, but
couldn't remember what. Anyway, i tried it out, and after a couple of
adjustments the pen spring worked pretty well :-) Thanks. Anyway, about the
long screw, i bought another 5mm screw which i would be tighten, problem
is, it doesn't seems like there's anything in the stock to catch the screw,
like there's no rings in there. Experienced this yourself?
silentfury214: @YaMom0 I really don't know what is wrong then. I had the same problem,
sold the rifle and now the guy I sold it too is trying to fix it.
gapanlilio33: what's better on the but with iron sights or without?
Jm Tajon: @silentfury214 hi guys..i also have the same problem but I've already
figured it out... did you also change your trigger sear? ..try to check
that one..the stock sear can not stand it..i saw a crack on it when i
change may piston sear..i hope this helps..Godbless..:)
silentfury214: I'm sorry, i don't know what to do. :( you might want to take it to Home
jeedarblob56: GOOD VID but what is the scope on the jg bar 10 called in case I dont have
$130 dollors at the time and have to buy the scope some other time?
silentfury214: i am not sure what it is called, but all other scopes would work.
silentfury214: thanks the stock is probably the most comfortable stocks that i have used.
i don't think that there is a weakest point. the grip size is medium and so
is the foregrip.
cmabeast: if everytime i pull the bolt back and go to push it forward the bolt shoots
forward and then it actes like its never roostered whats wrong?
Thomas W: Hi, nice video. But i got a problem. One of the screws (the one closest to
the trigger) is broken and i cant get it out. what can i do, maybe buy some
new screws and where? Plz. reply:)
0arv09678: is your front sight removed? if so how did you do it?
ScreenDestroyer3000: I had recently received a JG Bar 10 but I have a little problem with it,
when the magazine is in the sniper it will not fire no matter what I do. I
have tried tightening the screws, even to the point where they have
stripped and I still have no luck. So my question is, what do you think the
problem is and how do you think I could fix it?
silentfury214: I have not experienced that myself, but you can buy a cheap thread tap set
at a hardware store and remake the threads.
crakerzez: @cmabeast too much grease in the wrong places, just disassemble and clean it
Yourthefishead321: LOL take a gun to Home Depot? WTF? LOL
silentfury214: @YaMom0 Is it plastic or metal?
YaMom0: @silentfury214 it is metal
Jack McGee: @ScreenDestoryer3000 see if it's jamed.
SwitchStyl3Z: You should show how to assemble the mag catch. :)
Panos Tzevelekos: Plzz make a vid for the mag realese
KyoshoCrew: I got the gun today.. and ofc i lost the motherfreaking spring in the mag
release. The reason i loosed it in the first place was because it was
impossible to get onto the little nob, so while i was trying it just flyed
away somewhere. Where do get another one of thos small springs which would
fit? Also, the long screw that followed to the stock, isn't the right one.
You cant use an alan'ringe or whatever you call it. Where do i buy extras?
silentfury214: for the spring, cut the spring of a pen in half and then you have two. you
can get the screws at home depot.
silentfury214: i had the same problem. what you need to do is, take your screwdriver and
press down hard. while you are pressing down angle the driver sideways so
that it presses against the edge of the screw. once you take it out, take
it, and the other one, to Home Depot, or someplace like that, and ask them
for a set the same size.
Thomas W: I cant screw it out coz the screw head is broken:(
YaMom0: my brand new reinforced piston sear isnt catching onto the piston... any
silentfury214: @YaMom0 If you have the stock piston, the plastic is being shaved off.
silentfury214: not really (it is really straight forward).
YaMom0: @silentfury214 its a brand new reinforced piston
Buster Ecks: you sound a tad bit nervous but regardless good video. And yea the spring
for the mag release is a bit annoying. I ended up doing the same (using a
pen spring) and I put a bit of super glue to make sure it stays in there.
For a first time sniper rifle user is can be a little intimidating until
you realize how easy is
Thomas W: Do you mean press down inside the screw??
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