The stock provides space for a battery and in the first part of the text we described how to open this compartment. If for some reason someone will want to take the stock off, they won't have any trouble as the stock is slid over the receiver of the replica and locked with only a single pin, which is secured against sliding out with a spring insert.
However, it is worth noting that in the place indicated by the white arrow there is a steel pin guiding sleeve that tends to fall out. So if someone has already found such a sleeve on the floor, than...
As we have already mentioned, the replica does not offer the possibility of quick spring replacement. So if you are planning such an operation you will have to disassemble the entire mechanism.
Disassembly of the replica
After removing the stock, it will be necessary to take out two more pins.
Especially the latter can cause some problems (white arrow).
Now it is necessary to disassemble the motor and remove two standard screws hidden at the bottom of the pistol grip.
And to remove the last pin.
In this way the mechanism is removed from the trigger group.
It is worth noting that one does not have to worry about the safety\selector switch as it is permanently attached to the trigger group wall from the inside.
The frame is adapted to work with an electric (mechanical) blowback system EBB used by LCT and also has 9 mm ball bearings.
Steel (cut) gears. The sector gear has a factory installed delayer.
The parts of a very airtight pneumatic system. The polymer piston has a full set of steel teeth and both heads are made of aluminum.
The piston head has bearing. A second bearing facilitating the operation of the main spring is located on the spring guide.
The nozzle is 21.4 mm long and, interestingly, despite very good compression of the pneumatic system, does not have an O-ring.