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Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP!

Posted: 20 Jul 2013, 23:10
by Buffman
yeah that's TMH's stock. He stated that happened after firing some of the EA ammo I had sent him. Mine has not had that happen, but mine pops the mag up on most EA's stuff except S4M and T6

Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP!

Posted: 21 Jul 2013, 09:35
by panzermk2
Buffman wrote:yeah that's TMH's stock. He stated that happened after firing some of the EA ammo I had sent him. Mine has not had that happen, but mine pops the mag up on most EA's stuff except S4M and T6

They really needed to make the P90/PS90 a delayed blow back. Besides a stock fix I have messed with that but like other things I just run out of time in a day.

Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP! (JB WELD epoxy)

Posted: 30 Sep 2013, 19:56
by Litehiker
How about renewing the forward edge of the reciever lock hole with JB WELD epoxy?

That stuff is actually more wear resistant than the the PS 90 polymer stock.

Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP! (JB WELD epoxy)

Posted: 01 Oct 2013, 09:17
by panzermk2
Litehiker wrote:How about renewing the forward edge of the reciever lock hole with JB WELD epoxy?

That stuff is actually more wear resistant than the the PS 90 polymer stock.

Crumbles after first shot tried that years ago.

Clip like the ones used on the old style magazine lips can't be made thick enough to not break, not enough clearance between stock and receiver.

I am testing a fix by just cutting the section out and replacing it with an aluminum insert. Securing it has been the issue.

Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP!

Posted: 31 Mar 2014, 22:47
by techspec
Was looking at my ladies PS90 and realized something. Her Duracoat in that region is holding up against the punishment that section takes pretty well. It's not even removed the finish yet. If it ever does, I'll just hit it with another coating. Seems that by cleaning the poly stock with the Duracoat degreaser, it allowed the duracoat to bond pretty well. Makes for a pretty good extra layer of protection. I was leaving my PS90 black, but maybe I'll put a coating of midnight black on mine to give it a lil extra protection too.

Jason

Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP!

Posted: 25 May 2015, 16:54
by Litehiker
Would it not be much simpler (and less costly) to increase the spring rate on the magazine catch?

Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP!

Posted: 25 May 2015, 17:52
by Buffman
Litehiker wrote:Would it not be much simpler (and less costly) to increase the spring rate on the magazine catch?
Yes, Jay offers a tougher mag release spring.

Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP!

Posted: 25 May 2015, 22:52
by panzermk2
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Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP!

Posted: 07 Dec 2015, 14:10
by rusTORK
Hello everyone.

I am new on this forum and i am looking for help.

I want to make for airsoft gas blowback version of P90 TR (made by manufacturer called WE) plastic sticker with FN marking. Your may see it on left side of body, it's saying: "Fabrique Nationale Herstal BELGIUM". Somehow WE didn't made it and airsoft version don't have markings at all. It's look fine overall, it's still P90, but this kind of small details make it more real and cool.

What i have got so far:

1. Exact marking text (Fabrique Nationale Herstal BELGIUM);
2. Size of niche on airsoft P90 TR for marking;
3. Exact font used for marking on P90\PS90;

I am looking for:

1. Scan (or high resolution photo) from top of a marking;
2. Size of niche on PS90 (just to compare airsoft P90 TR and PS90).

Scan is ideal for marking. It will give me exact coordinates of each letter and with with high resolution plus exact font i may do it clean and easy.

Re: PS90 Owners I Need Your HELP!

Posted: 04 Feb 2016, 13:31
by rusTORK
I still looking for help with my problem. Anyone?