Below you'll find a selection of or pistol internal parts. Not seeing what you're looking for? Make sure to give us a call or email at the shop and we'll be happy to help you find what you're looking for!
Depending on the type of pistol you own, you may have the ability to rebuild and recondition it with new OEM parts. This will usually be in the gas blowback category of pistols which can be fully disassembled. Partial blowbacks and non blowback pistols do not typically have this ability and the cost to have them repaired often exceeds the already low price point of the pistol itself. That means that on lower end guns if something goes wrong with it outside of warranty you might have to look more into outright replacement rather than repair. It's kind of an ugly truth but we would rather be up front about it and give you the correct expectations on a gun rather than try to sell you something that won't meet your needs.
Ask yourself if this pistol you are getting into will be used a lot or a little? How much care and maintenance will you put into it before each game? Are you going to be better off buying an expensive pistol first and then tackling expensive maintenance should it require it? If you consider yourself a more casual pistol user we would recommend any of the entry to mid level pistols. Full gas blowbacks are fun but with anything that has moving parts, things wear out and eventually need care and maintenance and you need to be good with that.
After that, the blowback unit is also something that needs looking into now and then. This is located in the slide and is what takes gas from the magazine and directs it to fire the BB. There is a piston inside and sometimes these rubber components will dry out with age and need replacing. The loading nozzle is also a big wear item and these can crack from time to time as they see the most pressure and violence from the gun in operation.
The primary items you'll have to look into for maintenance and upkeep are magazines for the gas blowback guns. These are the lifeline of your gas gun and dried out seals will cause your magazine to leak and not hold sufficient gas for the gun to function properly. As such, regular lubrication is required to keep them in top shape. The valves will occasionally need replacing so you will see rebuild kits which feature spare valves as well as o-rings.
If you're already in this section you probably already own a pistol and are looking for upkeep parts. Some companies are really good when it comes to having available rebuild kits for their pistols. If you are looking for a pistol you can use for a long time and want to invest the time to recondition it from time to time, pick something with a lot of part support such as the 1911 series. If you don't see what you are looking for here we still may be able to get it for you from the manufacturer. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (888)316-7816 and talk with us!