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Old 04-09-2019, 01:28 PM   #1
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Meet the Krytac Killer..

Oh yes, humble in its beginnings, but don’t scoff...anyone here remember the Hemi Dart? The 304 Gremlin? The Omni GLH? The 302 Monza? Etc, etc...

This little experiment is going to finally rivet shut all those flapping lips that say nothing but Krytac....maybe I’ll even nail a few PTW’s while I’m at it...look out Golden Boys...the Combat Machine cometh...





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In somewhere in the future, 100 years later those cost more than gold...
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I have quite the soft spot for g&g stuffs. In general they are pretty well made. Their gb shells are crap chineseium and the lower requires a little dremel work left side to fit a generic clone v2 gb shell properly (e&c, jg, cyma) and have the selector actually work nicely.

Their hopup units are solid. The green rubber is killer. Their pistons are good, but the teardrop piston head is too weak. Their internals otherwise are pretty good

I have the following g&g thingies:

~3’ish gr16 m4’s in various states boneyard rebuilds in progress
Gr25 (boneyard rebuild to hpa in progress)
Mp5sd6 (boneyard rebuild in progress)
Ump (boneyard rebuild in progress)

I miss my first g&g gr16 (m4 cqd) I had a ascu first gen in it chugging away, shooting ~400 on a m100, had to run a m90 to be legal
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Old 04-09-2019, 10:32 PM   #4
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I hear ya brother, I'm a bit of a G&G fanboy. Lots of good luck with these guns. Fear not, when this project is done the only G&G bit will probably be the chassis. hahahaha. This is a throwback to my roots. This is going to be like stuffing a 454 into a Chevette.

Man, the MP5 and the GR16's are fantastic!
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I have a G&G GC12, and my current project is to make a MK12, shooting 0.40g BBS but respecting de limit for DMRs here (450 FPS with 0.20's).
Any tips to achieve consistent hits at 75m (245 feet) ???

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I have a G&G GC12, and my current project is to make a MK12, shooting 0.40g BBS but respecting de limit for DMRs here (450 FPS with 0.20's).
Any tips to achieve consistent hits at 75m (245 feet) ???

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Man, you can get consistent hits at 245 feet with what you have now without the big horsepower (450fps). I do that with my Thompson firing .3's at 405 fps.

It's in the tuning. Go with as tight a barrel as full auto can stand. I just tried a Deep Fire 6.02mm stainless barrel from Redwolf in my Thompson. Man does that thing WORK. I'll be doing the same in the Combat Machine. The trick to distance is the hop and being able to keep the shot on track. Now, I make and modify my own, so I'm not overly familiar with out of the box hop ups these days, but get the right spin on a BB and it will go FAR. Oh, another thing, avoid cheap BB's.

I've been toying with the idea of getting a T-hop from Swit Airsoft to see what that's like. Looks promising! Then again, I've got something that really works so I don't really want to stray too far off that development path. No question if you can do a proper r hop, that really really works. Then again, I don't want to divulge all the goodies or I lose my advantage...such is the arms development business. :)

Anyhew, that GC12 has alot going for it already...shouldn't be too hard to get that to light up. Out of curiosity, where is it now for range?
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