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    Default Annoying Mp5 clone problem

    I have a DJ getz build.

    I haven't complained much since i bought it years and years ago..

    but the trigger housing can be moved back and forth when gripping the gun..

    Is there anyway to fix this?

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    I have a HK SP5 that I put a Navy lower with the full auto pictogram, and it had a back and forth play also. I haven’t done it yet, but was thinking of replacing the push pin for my lower with a new one since they may wear down causing that play to occur over time.

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    On one of my old clones I put a little piece of thin rubber where the shelf is to take up the slack and it made it tight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 50BMGDUDE View Post
    On one of my old clones I put a little piece of thin rubber where the shelf is to take up the slack and it made it tight.
    you can clean the housing, wax the magwell, add a dab of epoxy and let it harden, attach housing then sand to fit if needed

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    Quote Originally Posted by TaylorWSO View Post
    you can clean the housing, wax the magwell, add a dab of epoxy and let it harden, attach housing then sand to fit if needed
    It's like a cheap way of bedding your grip to the receiver lol.

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    Do you guys mind showing me a picture of what you did?

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