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#1 apacifico3

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 05:18 PM

Hey guys. I was rooting around my tech's $10 box when I came across an M series lower and a mag for it. I immediately bought both. The M series pistol is just the lower, no slide, barrel, etc., and a working mag. He told me it was a M19 (the smaller version of the M17).

I return home after playing for a while and sit down and look at the lower. The internal hammer does not lock back, so I tap out the rear pin. Lo and behold, it looks like it has a left disconnector sear, meaning it is a full auto pistol (score!!!). Now, is there any difference between the M26C and the M23F. I was looking at part diagram and I can't tell the difference. I know it is with one of the two pistols listed because of the compact design and the extra sear.

Besides identifying the model, is there anywhere to get a slide for it? As soon as I get the trigger working, all I would need is a slide for the correct gun.

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 05:23 PM

Welp, after looking at pictures, I'm pretty sure what I have is an M23F lower (as the M19 doesn't have the left disconnector sear within the trigger package). Now all I need to do is get the the trigger working and find a complete slide, or parts for one...

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Posted 19 July 2012 - 07:41 PM

You should be able to get a slide from one of the Asia retailers, such as ehobby and the others. You could always try calling up KWA to see if they still have the slide for these.




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