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VM-68 Detent Installation on a Carterized VM

In this video I replace the detent on a VM-68. The feed detents on VM-68s are sometime referred to as Magic Fingers and the detent I am replacing the stock detent with it from a Miltec Blowback and is made to the same dimensions as the stock vm detent.

These detents are available here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/vmp155.html

In the video I mention the feed block does not need to be removed from the VM-68 to replace the feed. You can just remove the detent plate with the feed block still attached and change a broken detent.

Other VM-68 parts are available on www.baccipaintball.com here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/vm-68.html

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