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#1 Mojopin2010

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Posted 09 January 2021 - 12:38 PM

Howdy all,

 

I ended buying one of the last M3 Medea Corp shells a little back.  My form 4 got sent for a minor correction and the SOT thinks probbally things its near the end game.  As of right now I am having John Andrewski finish this up , though he did say their particular shell is a , "bit rough."

 

I managed with some help to find a new nice Guide Lamp saw cut parts kit, and have a bunch of other spares include a extra barrel and bolt assembly with guide rods/springs.

 

My main question is what are considered the high wear items on this SMG?

 

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#2 Got Uzi

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Posted 09 January 2021 - 03:42 PM

Recoil springs, sears, and extractors.


Recoil springs and sear-5k-7.5k rounds

Extractor-10k rds unless its steel then cut that in half.


This is all based on personal experience with my M3. The advice is worth what you paid for it, but its a base line for you.

Edited by Got Uzi, 09 January 2021 - 03:43 PM.

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#3 huggytree

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Posted 09 January 2021 - 07:36 PM

My gun was doing runaways. Turned out to be a worn sear and trigger spring was really bad

You can find main springs on GB

These guns bottom out and beat on the back. I have a suppressor barrel for mine and it softens up the gun dramatically. I dont think it bottoms out anymore. It makes the gun easily 2x better.
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