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For the receiver snaps, I agree with Verox that they're a bit off.
They're a bit too sharp and "click"-y. This is a pretty heavy piece of solid metal that first gets mechanically unlocked and then slammed back against the recoil spring before hitting the back end of the receiver.
In my opinion (and recollection from the G3), the bolt is a much lower (frequency) "clang"-y sound that you mostly hear through your cheek/jawbones.
So my suggestions:
Maybe lower volume (again, comes through chin/jaw)
More protracted clang instead of a fairly instant click. It's still really fast, but since the bolt usually needs to unlock and then moves against the entire spring you'll hear it from the point it starts unlocking until it reciprocates forward and locks again, not just when it hits the receiver. Trying to make all these actions discrete in the sound might be folly, though. Making the tone longer and the sound last a couple milliseconds more might be a place to start.
Edited by VKing, 2015-01-16 @ 04:01.
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