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Part 1 - GSG-5 Full Teardown & Screw Upgrade

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Published on May 2, 2009

Part 1 of the how-to video detailing the full disassembly of a GSG-5 carbine and reassembly with upgrade screws available from www.rrages.com. If you've ever wanted to know how to completely tear down your GSG-5 and were amazed at the lack of detail in your owner's manual, this is what you have been looking for. You'll learn how to strip the receiver, bolt assembly, and trigger pack--along with helpful tips to keep your GSG-5 running smooth for years to come.

NOTE: OKFIREARMS assumes no liability for damage or injury to property or individuals who fully disassemble their GSG-5 weapons. The manufacturer reccommends that you follow ONLY the instructions in your owners manual. OKFIREARMS is NOT affiliated with American Tactical Imports or German Sports Guns. You may attempt the procedure in this video at your own risk. Be aware that doing so may void the manufacturer's warranty.

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Comments • 43

Einer der Reinsch heißt
hello! is it possible to say how the barrel and breachblock were brought together? i would like to know if you can change the barrel?
Steve Montana
Thank you, great video. I should be getting my screws in a couple of days and now I should be able to do it without messing anything up.
JohnEtattoo
Couldn't you just loctite the screws already in the gun? I just ordered this gun 2 days ago, haven't got it yet and I'm already regretting it. Oh well.
shane schaalje
Your videos are a life saver. I had my gsg in pieces and only your video regarding the bolt upgrades helped me put it back together. The videos are very detailed and well narrated. Also one question, I accidentally screwed the screws on the scope rail back into the gun after I removed the plastic rail to upgrade to a metal rail and then my gun wouldn't cock all the way back. To make a story short your video helped me fix my gun but now I have a grossly deformed cocking spring and I need a new one but can't find a replacement anywhere on the internet. Any ideas?
eihcuobllerrad
They sell the push pins at rrages also. Same place as the screw set
D Kruse
Where did you get those push pins?
Striker51z
Do they make this for the light weight version?
kenarthur07
Please could you list all the screws that you used for the teardown
betatalk357
Which would be better: The GSG with a plastic/ polymer receiver or the Umarex with a metal receiver? Thanks.
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