Maruzen M1100 Revision Replacement Shell Lifter

Maruzen M1100 Revision Replacement Shell Lifter 3d printed Mechanical parts Miniatures Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel
Maruzen M1100 Revision Replacement Shell Lifter 3d printed Mechanical parts Miniatures Stainless Steel
Maruzen M1100 Revision Replacement Shell Lifter 3d printed Mechanical parts Miniatures Stainless Steel
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About this Product

A rib has been added to reinforce the lifter for printing and must be removed before installation.

Dimensions

IN: 5.109 w x 0.622 d x 0.82 h
CM: 12.976 w x 1.58 d x 2.082 h
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I have a madbull co2 charger and the pressure is adjustable.I will try to do what I seen other people do with the m1100 , take the stock out and replace it with a ATI foldable stock and pull the gas hose to the stock and attach the co2 charger there.With the m870 I will atleast try to change the receiver in to G&P m870 metal receiver/outer barrel.Thanks for the information and let me know if you come up with upgrade parts/tips.
December 30, 2013, 11:18 pm
@pieruaivo If you are using a regulated CO2 setup (I had one on my Tanaka M40), it should work fine if left below 120 or so psi (and be more consistent than propane), but I personally don't think it's worth the trouble. You can improve the consistency, but I don't trust the internals to hold up to any attempts to increase performance. You would have to basically replace every single component (including the receiver frame/shell) or it will just break the next weakest link.
December 29, 2013, 6:35 pm
@tunabreath I have seen people hook up co2 air rigs straight to m1100 online.I don't know if they modified in other ways.
December 29, 2013, 3:34 pm
@pieruaivo I wouldn't recommend it. Green gas, maybe, but definitely not CO2. The bolt rails/lugs are cast pot metal and won't hold up to it (hence why I put made a pump arm to be printed in the stainless steel as well, mine cracked the ends of the bolt holes off).
December 28, 2013, 9:40 pm
@tunabreath well I just ordered one to try it out. BTW do you have upgraded your m1100/m870 power in anyway? I just bought them both, I have read about them but I havent found any solid answers if they can handle green gas or co2 ?
December 28, 2013, 9:34 pm
@pieruaivo I'm not sure, I don't have access to a basic M1100 to compare with.
December 25, 2013, 8:21 pm
@tunabreath does this work for the basic maruzen m1100 also?
December 25, 2013, 6:13 pm
 
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