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Old 10-06-2016, 12:14 AM   #1
shaddow   shaddow is offline
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Question CA M14 Power Issue

Hi,

So I received the M14 Match that I bought from another forum member and firstly replaced the connectors for Deans to allow me to use my batteries.
Plugged in a battery (Not fully charged) and went to shoot a few rounds to make sure everything was working as it should.
A couple of round probably only travelled about 5m in a very downward curve. (Not hob affected, just severe lack of power).
Most of the rounds however did manage to get to the back of my garden, but at a much slower pace than what I would have expected.

Plan is to do a complete strip down of the rifle and clean all components and maybe a spot of silicone grease on the gears.

Has anyone experience a similar situation with little power? Anything specific I can look at or look to replace?

Long term, I want to convert into a DMR, so will be upgrading spring, gears and motor to give a consistent 450fps MAX.
(Does anyone know what the stock gear ratio is?)

Any advice on the above issue would be much appreciated.
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