Thomas Avila: WD40 is a water displacer (WD), its very good to use to get water out of all of the smaller areas but you should always use good gun oil after WD40. Just to clarify, WD40 should only be used supplementally. Good luck lilatino.
Thomas Avila: You never stick your cleaning tools in that end of the barrel, go from the chamber or you'll wreck the crown on of the barrel.
copland1389: If anyone could point me to a guide for reassembling the trigger assembly I would really appreciate it......
Edward Brian Reyes: IDIOT
eschnitger: I just purchased one of these, Thank you for posting these videos. The manual leaves a lot to the imagination.
Watch Ryder: Mine is the same on the safety, it only works when the weapon is roostered.
jfjhtfghgfhgf: thanks for the help also when i bought the gun my trigger saftey only works when the gun i roostered not sure if u know anything about it but any help would be great i will say that the little piece that u use to slide the pin back is different then urs so im not sure if mines a different modle then urs mine has the carry handle as well
Watch Ryder: Factory-state gunk? Or accumulated dirt?
Soak it in gasoline then re-oil. It's not critical though, as long as it's lub'd
jfjhtfghgfhgf: my springs have gunk on them should i clean them at reoil them?
Syconess: Would it be possible for you to do a breakdown video?
georgeterro: ya im gonna have to imma add this video to my fav"s to help me thanks man
Watch Ryder: No alas.
Just get that allen key and screwdriver out man!
georgeterro: over 3000 rds through it easy is there a way to clean it with out taking it apart
Watch Ryder: Damn! Is it brand new or shot-in yet?
georgeterro: mt 715t double feeds and jams so much
Watch Ryder: Hmmm Interesting.
DetroitSquirreL: I bought the flat top and it was dry out of the box
DetroitSquirreL: I bought the flat top after I asked about it....thanks for the reply...I'm glad I got the flat top over the handled
Arlena Kennedy: the flat top has better metal sights where as the handle top sights are made out of plastic.
But who cares if your just using it for plinking
John Smith: It comes with better sights and a threaded barrel
Watch Ryder: Of course it's not in real time. The video would be over twenty minutes long otherwise!
Also there is talking in it, you just haven't watched the video properly! :)
TheWarrior45: video sucks. not in real time and no talking in the video at all.
alien funbug: because the flattop has better ergonomics when adding scope and other accessories.
DetroitSquirreL: Just bought the flat top and no finish on it..good, no immediate strip down lol
DetroitSquirreL: I ended up buying the flat top 2 days ago :) thanks for the info to help me think I made the right decision
Watch Ryder: That's a good question. Strange as to why it's more in price...
DetroitSquirreL: Im trying to decide between the handled & the flat top...anyone know why the flat top is so much more in price?
Watch Ryder: Absolutely!
The oil on the bolt carrier assembly and in the barrel was preservative oil, much thicker than the regular gun oil.
DetroitSquirreL: you said in the review video that they ship with a oil finish on it. Do you suggest to break it down first before firing and wipe it down?
cumminsdeiselpower: Thanks for the tip about cleaning. I just got a flat top 715T and I just finished cleaning it. There was a bit of grease and now it cycles much more smoothly.
ThatAwesomeUsername: Clever thinking! Nice video once again
Watch Ryder: Fills in the dead space and enhances the knowledge base.
I try to choose the right sound for the right bit.
ThatAwesomeUsername: Nice video, but why so many audio samples?