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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby oddball » Mon Aug 29, 2011 12:36 pm

Waldiebeast wrote:
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nb.nagantsniper wrote:is the fed tube thing a common problem or something wich developes over time / and use ?

so far my issued st-ppsh drum and an altered hp--ppsh drum both feed fine in my toy.


The mags fall out easy if someone holds the wood stock just behind the drum mag, they push on the mag release which drops your mag on the concrete floor and the shock jumps the spring out of its fixing.


That is probably why the ares is more expensive. Little things like that. There are no problems with the mag catch on the ares. BTW, How wobbly is the mag on the ST?


Not that bad but a stronger spring would help, but once you know it isn't a problem. If you fit the aries stick it isn't a problem at all. All guns have slight problems, the lad with the aries above had a problem that his gears chewed to bits in 2 weeks :wink: but I think that was because he was using 9.6v and blow back all the time.
Once you know how to hold it no problems.
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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby Waldiebeast » Mon Sep 05, 2011 9:56 am

sthe lad with the aries above had a problem that his gears chewed to bits in 2 weeks :wink: but I think that was because he was using 9.6v and blow back all the time.
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haha actually it was 2 days! :lolpanda: It turned out that the piston stripped and the motor burned out! Pics below...
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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby oddball » Tue Sep 06, 2011 11:12 am

Waldiebeast wrote:sthe lad with the aries above had a problem that his gears chewed to bits in 2 weeks :wink: but I think that was because he was using 9.6v and blow back all the time.
Once you know how to hold it no problems.

haha actually it was 2 days! :lolpanda: It turned out that the piston stripped and the motor burned out! Pics below...


My piston on my TM Thompson stripped inside of 30min at a game last Nov due to piss poor BB's the site owner gave me. It also took the teeth off my sector gear, are you sure the ammo you were using was ok :idea:
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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby Waldiebeast » Tue Sep 06, 2011 11:44 am

My piston on my TM Thompson stripped inside of 30min at a game last Nov due to piss poor BB's the site owner gave me. It also took the teeth off my sector gear, are you sure the ammo you were using was ok :idea:


definitely, I only use quality controlled pellets above 0.2 gram. ARES even changed the recommended battery to 8.4 in the manual!
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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby oddball » Tue Sep 06, 2011 1:32 pm

ARES even changed the recommended battery to 8.4 in the manual!



Ah that sounds like a good idea as I thought 8.4 seemed about right on the ST with all that blow back stuff I would not over run it. :good:
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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby Steve.D » Tue Sep 06, 2011 10:20 pm

Ya know Oddball, I had a full set of low milage TM v6 gears there ;-)

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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby oddball » Wed Sep 07, 2011 6:06 am

Steve.D wrote:Ya know Oddball, I had a full set of low milage TM v6 gears there ;-)

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Yep but went for a steel set this time, nice to see you on here you missed a good game.

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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby TheChef » Mon Sep 26, 2011 6:03 pm

Stick mags for these have just been released on wgc at £20 inc postage, cheaper than the ares ones that are hard to get hold of and at 540 rounds easier for the general 600 round limit than the drum mags, ordered mine so ill let you know about the quality, feeding etc

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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby Cadaceus » Mon Sep 26, 2011 6:54 pm

Do any UK retailers stock the ST PPSH?

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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby TheChef » Mon Sep 26, 2011 7:19 pm

Not that im aware of put patrol base where i work can import it for you.
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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby Cadaceus » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:56 pm

TheChef wrote:Not that im aware of put patrol base where i work can import it for you.


Patrol Base in Huddersfield?

Yeah got a few bits and bobs and my Sten from Chris there if it's the same place

Any idea of the cost?

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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby TheChef » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:58 pm

Cadaceus wrote:
TheChef wrote:Not that im aware of put patrol base where i work can import it for you.


Patrol Base in Huddersfield?

Yeah got a few bits and bobs and my Sten from Chris there if it's the same place

Any idea of the cost?

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Thats the one, i work there on saturaday mornings and i would expect about £210, have a word with chris and im sure he can sort you out,
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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby Cadaceus » Mon Sep 26, 2011 8:59 pm

TheChef wrote:
Cadaceus wrote:
TheChef wrote:Not that im aware of put patrol base where i work can import it for you.


Patrol Base in Huddersfield?

Yeah got a few bits and bobs and my Sten from Chris there if it's the same place

Any idea of the cost?

Cad


Thats the one, i work there on saturaday mornings and i would expect about £210, have a word with chris and im sure he can sort you out,


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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby TheChef » Tue Oct 04, 2011 3:51 pm

Quick review on the stick mag,
- the bb port is a little small spring loaded catch which isnt the easiest to fill but is good enough
- quite a hefty thing which for me is a good thing
- quite stiff to get in and out of the magwell but im sure will ease in time
- feeds flawlessly so far, no misfires
- on a full wind it only does out 150ish rounds so alot of winding
- looks good on the gun, and sets it apart from other ppsh and makes sure unknowledgables thinking its a 'tommy gun'
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Re: NEW ST PPSH

Postby oddball » Tue Oct 04, 2011 10:07 pm

TheChef wrote:- quite stiff to get in and out of the magwell but im sure will ease in time
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I gave mine aslight tap with a hammer but it is still tight but dont want to file the mag.
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