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The VSS to MP7 Magazine Adapter is a mag well converter for some VSS Vintorez airsoft electronic guns (AEG) to use MP7 AEG magazines. See compatibility list below for a list of compatible AEG. This web page provides the proper instruction for using this airsoft magazine adapter.
You may acquire the VSS adapter for MP7 magazine in numerous different colors. This instruction uses the white version so that it stands out from the airsoft rifle and the environment in the photographs.
This airsoft magazine converter is compatible with the following Airsoft VSS Vintorez guns:
Airsoft magazines that are compatible with this airsoft mag-well adapter:
Before installing the VSS adapter for MP7 magazine, be sure to inspect the BB feeding tube. Use a 6mm airsoft BB to ensure this tube is free from obstruction.
The VSS adapter for MP7 magazine is 3D printed using the latest 3D printing technology. The high-end 3D commercial printer lays down fine powder and uses laser to fuse the powder into shape. After the product is 3D printed, a specialist removes the product from the powder and blows the excess powder away. In some cases, the internal areas are missed during this cleaning process.
When you first get your magazine converter, drop an 6mm airsoft BB through the feeding tube. It should fall freely through. In that case, the magazine converter is ready for use.
If the airsoft BB does not fall freely through, turn the magazine converter upside down to drop the BB back out. Do not try to force the BB through; it may jam and lodge in the tube.
The obstruction is usually caused by loose powder build up during 3D printing. Unwind a paper clip and use it to scrape the powder out (see photo below). A small wire brush or a thin letter opener may work even better. The powder is extremely fine, be sure to clear them out over a trash can and keep a distance away from your face. Repeat this process until the airsoft BB falls through freely.
This magwell conversion kit installs into the VSS Vintroez AEG in the same manner as the VSS Vintorez AEG magazine. Insert this airsoft magwell converter into the front of the magazine well, then rotate it back upward into place until it clicks in.
The photo above shows the converter installed into the VSS Vintorez AEG properly.
Always install this airsoft magazine converter into the VSS Vintorez AEG before inserting the MP7 AEG magazine into the adapter. This adapter will cause the BB's in the MP7 AEG magazine to release, potentially hitting your eyes if the BB feeding hole is pointed toward your face. Therefore, the proper way to use this adapter is to install it into the VSS Vintorez AEG first.
The following photo shows the proper way to insert the MP7 AEG magazine into this airsoft magwell converter. The top of the magazine should be parallel to the mag well converter. Slide the magazine forward slightly, against the tension of the magazine release. Then push the magazine straight up into the converter until it clicks into place.
When you first receive this brand new airsoft magazine converter, the insertion could be very tight and a little difficult. It takes a few insertions to break-in a brand new converter.
The following two photos shows the wrong ways of inserting the MP7 magazine into this airsoft magazine adapter.
In the photo on the left, the magazine is angled backward toward the user. The BB feeding hole is not line-up straight, so it will not insert correctly.
In the photo on the right, the magazine is angled forward. The magazine release gets in the way and the magazine cannot be inserted.
The photo above shows the magazine is properly inserted into the airsoft magazine converter all the way.
The photo below shows the proper way to remove the magazine from this airsoft magazine adapter.
Insert your index finger in between the magazine release paddle and the magazine. Then pull the magazine downward to remove.
Do not remove the VSS to MP7 Magazine Adapter from the VSS Vintorez AEG with the MP7 magazine still attached. If there are BB's in the MP7 magazine, they will eject. Always remove the MP7 magazine first.