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|09-27-2010, 02:01 AM||#1 (permalink)|
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WTB: Smart Parts Nerve PARTS
Hey guys, hopefully I can get some help over here gettin my parts.
As the story goes I got this nerve as a throw in on a trade, I was told it was "all there" and just needed the on/off button replaced.... That was far from the truth. I'm not too aweful worried about it due to the fact that it was a throw in, but if I woulda known what parts it needed I would have grabbed them when I saw them. Now after digging into it I found out what was needed and the parts I had seen earlier have disappeared. The gun kind of intrigues me, and it would serve a decent purpose of shootin out in the woods and not worrying. So without further story telling, my list...
I Need (the gun is black):
Solenoid, the one the board plugs into with pins.
VA with locator pin and bolt
Stock nerve reg
Control board other than the cricuit board (cheap preferably)
Rail/asa or unimount
Maybe a trigger if its cheap enough.
The list is in order of vitality, so if you offer a trigger then someone else offers a noid, ill buy the noid first. I want to get it shooting first. I will buy parts guns but the MUST be worth my time/investment.
I do realize that some of the parts on the list are available new, but I would like to help fellow ballers out b4 buying new.
Post here then PM me, PM me then post here, post here, or pm me, I really don't care how ya do it, just lmk somehow that you have the part!!!
|09-30-2010, 07:55 AM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2006
Location: Tomball Texas
Zdspb.com. They have detailed nerve parts lists. There are two different noida used on the nerve but you can figure oit which one you need and probably order it from the manufacturer.
Edit: they also sell a few parts
Last edited by wycked54; 09-30-2010 at 07:58 AM.
|09-30-2010, 09:21 AM||#6 (permalink)|
I've got a complete nerve in blue, plus a spare body in black if you're interested.
Running on an odd number of cylinders
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