The Motor is connected to the - Motor Bevel Gear The Motor Bevel Gear's connected to the - Main Bevel Gear The Main Bevel Gear's connected to the - Spur Gear The Spur Gear's connected to the - Sector Gear!
The Sector Gear's connected to the - Tappet Plate and Sear Lever The Tappet Plate's connected to the - Loading Nozzle The Sector Gear's outer teeth are connected to the - Plunger The Plunger is seated by the - Piston Sleeve!
The Piston Sleeve is housed by the - Sleeve Retainer The Sleeve Retainer is held in place by the - Guide Rails The Guide Rails are machined with the - Spring Guide The Spring Guide retains the - Main Spring!
The Main Spring is linked to the - Sector Gear (again)! The Gear Box houses all the - Internals The Internals are linked via the - Wiring Harness The Wiring Harness is linked to the - Contacts!
The Contacts are linked to the - Contact Carrier The Contact Carrier is linked to the - Trigger Lever The Trigger Lever is reset by the - Sear Lever And the whole thing cycles again! BANG BANG!
My happy AEG gearbox song. I sincerely used this song to memorize the construction of an Airsoft Electric Gun Gearbox, called a Mechbox in the industry. This is based on the Version 2 Mechbox commonly used by the industry. This is the mechanism that makes an electric airsoft gun work and fire in full auto! It really is that simple!
New Firearm Based Wardrobe...I have decided to change my wardrobe for clothing that specializes in tactical wear. I have a lot of 511 Tactical clothing and clothes designed for concealed carry and hiding body armor. Totally worth it. I can wear my vest and conceal carry my pistol without any bulge or sign that I am carrying it, as the clothes have the holsters and pads built in and are formed to go over body armor and weapons. Totally worth it. I can't stop people from having guns, but I can reduce their effectiveness. These clothes will be used for skirmishes in airsoft and when I am on the range. I don't plan on wearing them everywhere as they are expensive.