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Post by Guest on 26th June 2011, 5:04 pm

i was wondering how to disable full auto on a G&G m4?

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Post by Guest on 26th June 2011, 5:56 pm

Turn the dial to SEMI.

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Post by Guest on 26th June 2011, 6:58 pm

Duhh haha Razz im talking permanently

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Post by JH on 26th June 2011, 7:50 pm

keep it on semi
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Re: Disabling Full Auto on a M4

Post by Guest on 26th June 2011, 8:32 pm

You can go about it two ways:

1. Mosfet.
2. Physically modify the selector plate.

Mosfet is probably the best way to go.

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Post by Guest on 26th June 2011, 10:21 pm

Im building a secret gun haha so i can set the mosfet to make it only shoot semi?

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Post by Guest on 26th June 2011, 10:28 pm

Yes like that

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Post by plank on 26th June 2011, 11:05 pm

Why so sneaky? Lets lift the veil of secrecy. You're building a DMR (Designated Marksmen Rifle). Why else would you disable full auto?
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Re: Disabling Full Auto on a M4

Post by Guest on 27th June 2011, 12:49 am

Haha you got thanks for the help
gimme a couple of months and it will be on the field Twisted Evil
i even bought a magpul stock for it saturday haha

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Post by plank on 27th June 2011, 6:16 pm

Have you read this link yet?
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Post by Guest on 27th June 2011, 7:14 pm

Yes i Have im doing his hop up mod and then probably systema insides with prometheus 6.01 455 and G&P hop up unit

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Post by Longbow on 27th June 2011, 8:00 pm

also if you want to be on the safe side for internals rather than modifing the selector you can glue or weld a bead to the body to not allow the lever to move farther than semi.

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Re: Disabling Full Auto on a M4

Post by Guest on 27th June 2011, 9:24 pm

Longbow i dont understand? like where should i weld one

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Post by Howie on 27th June 2011, 9:56 pm

On the body of the M-4 , place your selector on semi as your looking down at it, the bead of weld will be place to the left of the selector switch.
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Re: Disabling Full Auto on a M4

Post by Guest on 27th June 2011, 10:04 pm

Oh i see so it cant slide into full auto i think im gonna do that

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Post by IRS on 27th June 2011, 11:04 pm

Or instead of a bead just put a screw there
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Re: Disabling Full Auto on a M4

Post by Guest on 27th June 2011, 11:06 pm

Haha funny you said that because its in pieces in my room till i get all the parts and iwas thinking the same thing

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Re: Disabling Full Auto on a M4

Post by plank on 28th June 2011, 6:43 am

I wouldn't weld anything to the lower receiver of M4. The lovely mystery metal alloy is probably cast. When arc heat is applied, bad things happen. If the body is billet Aluminum that has been machined, the heat affected zone would distort due to the wall thickness of the base metal. If you go with 'physical' stop for the semi-switch, look into mechanical or adhesive attachment. BTW I omitted those messy 'gas' welding processes for a reason- they suck.
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Re: Disabling Full Auto on a M4

Post by Guest on 28th June 2011, 9:39 am

Yeah im gonna listen to the welder haha idk what ill do yet its all in pieces in my room and i keep looking at the selector plate and dont know which ill do

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Re: Disabling Full Auto on a M4

Post by Guest on 28th June 2011, 9:48 am

If you want to do a physical block, try two part epoxy from home depot - the steel kind - it can be shaped and placed and will hold nicely, without all that melting pot metal.

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Post by Guest on 28th June 2011, 10:32 am

oh i see so like instead of a screw use that to where the selector cant slide to full right?

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Post by Guest on 28th June 2011, 11:57 am

Think of it as an advanced technique with putty that hardens into a metal like substance.

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Post by Guest on 28th June 2011, 3:25 pm

So you just put that on the lower?

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Post by Guest on 28th June 2011, 4:14 pm

It's a two part putty that is steel reinforced. It can be used for plumbing and the like. Unless you have a thumb that will break the epoxy further, it will make a physical stop. It is permanent, so don't do it wrong.

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