Parts

No parts required.

Introduction

The G&G CM RK47 is one of the most affordable and reliable AEG's on the market and with this guide it is easy to dissemble as well.

Image 1/3: Image 2/3: Image 3/3:
  • Start by pressing the top cover retainer button and lifting the top cover off of the gun.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Remove the small screw from the plastic receiver cover using a #0 Phillips screwdriver. Image 2/3: Remove the small screw from the plastic receiver cover using a #0 Phillips screwdriver. Image 3/3: Remove the small screw from the plastic receiver cover using a #0 Phillips screwdriver.
  • Pull the thin black rod away from the top cover button and swing it outwards.

  • Remove the small screw from the plastic receiver cover using a #0 Phillips screwdriver.

Add Comment

Image 1/2: Slide the top cover retainer button out of its groove and remove it. Image 2/2: Slide the top cover retainer button out of its groove and remove it.
  • Lift the plastic receiver cover from the receiver and remove it.

  • Slide the top cover retainer button out of its groove and remove it.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Pull the barrel assembly out of the receiver. Image 2/3: Remove the two screws holding the hop-up unit in place. Image 3/3: Pull the inner barrel out of the outer barrel.
  • Remove the four screws on the underside of the receiver with a 2mm hex driver.

  • Pull the barrel assembly out of the receiver.

  • Remove the two screws holding the hop-up unit in place.

  • Pull the inner barrel out of the outer barrel.

Add Comment

Image 1/2: Remove the two motor mount screws with a 2mm hex driver. Image 2/2: Remove the two motor mount screws with a 2mm hex driver.
  • Remove the screw a the bottom of the pistol grip with a #2 Phillips screwdriver.

  • Remove the two motor mount screws with a 2mm hex driver.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Once the cap is removed, remove the screw underneath with a #2 Phillips screwdriver. Image 2/3: Remove the selector lever. Image 3/3: Remove the selector lever.
  • Using a flat head screwdriver, pry off the selector lever cap.

  • Once the cap is removed, remove the screw underneath with a #2 Phillips screwdriver.

  • Remove the selector lever.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Image 2/3: Image 3/3:
  • Carefully remove the gearbox from the receiver, making sure that the wires don't get stuck.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Pull the stock away from the receiver to remove it. Image 2/3: Pull the stock away from the receiver to remove it. Image 3/3: Pull the stock away from the receiver to remove it.
  • Using a 2.5mm hex driver, remove the three screws that hold the stock to the receiver.

  • Pull the stock away from the receiver to remove it.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Remove the selector gear screw with a 2mm hex driver as shown. Image 2/3: Remove the selector gear assembly. Image 3/3: Remove the selector gear assembly.
  • Remove the safety from the right side of the gearbox.

  • Remove the selector gear screw with a 2mm hex driver as shown.

  • Remove the selector gear assembly.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Pull the wires out from under the tabs on the spring plate that runs along the top of the gearbox. Image 2/3: Carefully remove the spring plate by tapping it gently with a plastic hammer until it slides off the front of the gearbox. Image 3/3: Carefully remove the spring plate by tapping it gently with a plastic hammer until it slides off the front of the gearbox.
  • Lift the tabs on the small black cap behind the trigger, and then remove the cap.

  • Pull the wires out from under the tabs on the spring plate that runs along the top of the gearbox.

  • Carefully remove the spring plate by tapping it gently with a plastic hammer until it slides off the front of the gearbox.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Hold down the cylinder with your thumb while prying the gearbox apart from the top. Image 2/3: As you remove the right half of the gearbox, be sure to hold down the cylinder, piston, and spring assembly so that they do not pop out under tension. Image 3/3: Also keep a close eye out for any gear shims that may dislodge themselves as you are taking the gearbox apart.
  • Remove the four remaining gearbox screws with a 2mm hex driver.

  • Hold down the cylinder with your thumb while prying the gearbox apart from the top.

  • As you remove the right half of the gearbox, be sure to hold down the cylinder, piston, and spring assembly so that they do not pop out under tension.

  • Also keep a close eye out for any gear shims that may dislodge themselves as you are taking the gearbox apart.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Remove the entire piston and cylinder assembly with the tappet plate, tappet plate spring, and air nozzle. Image 2/3: Remove the trigger assembly and lift up the wire harness, unhooking the trigger plunger spring in the process. Image 3/3: Remove the trigger assembly and lift up the wire harness, unhooking the trigger plunger spring in the process.
  • Slowly lift the spring guide out of the gearbox along with the piston spring.

  • Remove the entire piston and cylinder assembly with the tappet plate, tappet plate spring, and air nozzle.

  • Remove the trigger assembly and lift up the wire harness, unhooking the trigger plunger spring in the process.

Add Comment

Image 1/3: Remove the three gears and the anti-reversal latch. Be careful not to misplace any of the shims or bushings, or the anti-reversal latch spring. Image 2/3: Remove the three gears and the anti-reversal latch. Be careful not to misplace any of the shims or bushings, or the anti-reversal latch spring. Image 3/3: Remove the three gears and the anti-reversal latch. Be careful not to misplace any of the shims or bushings, or the anti-reversal latch spring.
  • Pull the trigger plunger out of the wire harness.

  • Remove the three gears and the anti-reversal latch. Be careful not to misplace any of the shims or bushings, or the anti-reversal latch spring.

Add Comment

Image 1/1:
  • The RK47 is now fully disassembled.

Add Comment

Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

One other person completed this guide.

101 Tech USA

Member since: 08/06/2012

2,920 Reputation

17 Guides authored

0 Comments

Add Comment

View Statistics:

Past 24 Hours: 0

Past 7 Days: 8

Past 30 Days: 44

All Time: 3,245