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Old 04-26-2015, 04:12 PM   #16
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hop-up assembly and parts

I broke the pin that pushes down the on the bucking. The pin attaches to the sliding adjustment plastic. I wish that stub wasn't so small and me being hard on plastic pieces. Is there a replacement for this part? Has anyone mod'd a different type hop-up unit to fit in a Blaser?
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Old 04-27-2015, 06:32 PM   #17
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I do not know if there are replacement parts for the hop up. Also, I do not know if there are ways to cram on a different hop up. I am looking into a different hop, and from what I see, as long as the bb's are not fed from the bottom of the unit, but from the back instead, and it is the same length (or can be made the same length), a new hop up could be fastened directly to the barrel, and the barrel modified so that it could be accessed. I will not take responsibility for any damaged guns, but if you are feeling risky, go ahead and stick a new one on there. Maybe the unit could be rotated so that it could be adjusted through the existing opening in the outer barrel... Definitely something to look into.

I other news, I have finally tracked down the reinforced trigger set. Airsplat has it in stock, however, I cannot add any to my cart. They just rebuilt their website, which I despise of, so that may be messed up. I can rant all day on the new airsplat website, but that is for a different thread.

If anyone knows where the reinforced trigger set can be found, in stock, I would greatly appreciate it, as that is what is holding me back from buying the 550 or 600 (I do not know which one is better, advice would be great) cylinder upgrade kit.
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Old 04-27-2015, 06:40 PM   #18
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The only problem now is that I seem te be losing air somewhere.
My guess is the new air nozzle on the cylinder set is slightly different.
I think that in combination with the new hopup rubber from prometheus is probably causing loss of airpressure when firing.

Anybody else experienced this?


Furthermore I noticed that the bolt is very hard to pull and seems to be getting resistance when sliding. What is the best way to ensure this is smooth?
I just read this, since I have been a bit preoccupied with school.

As far as the resistance, I took some thick grease and greased the sides of the cylinder. This helped tremendously.

If you want, you can take a pair of needle nose pliers and unscrew the nozzle from the cylinder, then unscrew the tip of the nozzle from the rest of it. After that, you can drill out the tube of the nozzle. I don't remember what size bit I used, but just wrap it in some fabric, put it in a vise, and drill slowly with lubrication. Worked fine for me to enlarge the inner diameter of the nozzle. Just screw it back into the rest of the nozzle, then screw it back onto the top of the cylinder.

Where did you purchase the reinforced trigger set, by the way?
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Old 04-29-2015, 07:47 AM   #19
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Thanks, but I think i need a better contact between nozzel and hopuprubber, not sure how the drilling will help with that.

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Old 04-29-2015, 11:57 AM   #20
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Fixed Hop-up adjustment pin

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I broke the pin that pushes down the on the bucking. The pin attaches to the sliding adjustment plastic. I wish that stub wasn't so small and me being hard on plastic pieces. Is there a replacement for this part? Has anyone mod'd a different type hop-up unit to fit in a Blaser?
Drilled a (0.0400=#60 bit) hole at a slight angle so more material can be support it.
Inserted whole pin into plastic so the excess can aid the mount and install.
Spun 2x Unidirectional-Carbon around a pin. Sanded and Shaped to the correct diameter (0.0350) to allow contact glue to seep and bind.

Sanded and shaped outer-bottom "-" pin window and inner-top due to angle of Pin. Sanded according to fit the pin.
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Old 04-30-2015, 01:14 AM   #21
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That looks like a fix to me, how's it working for you? Overall the only problems I've had with my rifle is the hopup not working right, but I just realized I had installed the little tiny rubber cylinder wrong. I guess when I first disassembled it I didn't pay attention to where exactly in the hopup unit that piece came from

Greased up the cylinder assembly with some white lithium and instantly saw a 30+ FPS increase from taking it out of the box, plus now the bolt is heavenly to pull. As well, after fixing that little fault of mine it's chrono'ing ~350 FPS without any hopup applied, and with .3g BB's.

Attempted to sight it in today but all my BB's were falling short and now I know why. Can't wait to get back and sight it in accurately this time!

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Old 04-30-2015, 03:41 PM   #22
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I'm from Scotland, UK and I'm looking for a new hop rubber for the Blaser. What kind does it take?
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Old 04-30-2015, 10:04 PM   #23
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Earlier in this discussion, someone posted a link to where they purchased a new hop up rubber.

Dang, that is expensive in USD. 55 bucks! I think I might keep browsing around on other sights that, as of now, do not have the trigger set in stock. I am considering just buying the upgraded cylinder set and a barrel and hop up rubber, then buying the new trigger set once the stock one breaks.

Which set do you think would be better for the long run, 550 FPS or 600? I don't care about numbers, I care about balancing the maximum effective range and the minimum flight time of the BB. My typical range is between 100 and 200 feet in the woods, and 50-100 feet in the urban environment. I can swap the stock set to play urban, and put in the upgraded set for woods, so there is no concern with keeping it fieldable. Question 1: Which FPS set? How difficult is the draw with an m180?
Question 2: Which barrel diameter?
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Old 04-30-2015, 11:51 PM   #24
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Which set do you think would be better for the long run, 550 FPS or 600?
The difference in 550 and 600 FPS is sort of negligible, but I would get the 550 if I were you, hearing your engagement distances. A 600 FPS setup is more for when you need that extra range or power when you're playing on a field that's multiple square miles, and your engagement distances are constantly pushing 250+ feet. You'll be fine saving the extra few bucks by going with the 550
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Old 05-01-2015, 10:17 AM   #25
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Thanks, Taco! I think that I can agree with that.

Next question: best barrel diameter for accuracy, while preserving range?

Last question: *jokingly* How long do you think the stock aluminum trigger sear is going to last with the M170 of the 550FPS kit? Haha! I'm so cheap! I think I am going to buy the 550, a new barrel, and a new hop up rubber, then buying a new trigger assembly after the stock one explodes.

I brought up a really cool point in my last post, you can be really adaptive in a sniper role by simply swapping out the cylinder kits, since there is a release rod. just keep a 550 in the gun, then when it gets closer, pull out the stock one (or upgraded but with a stock spring) and swap mags. Just use a silver permanent marker to mark the positions on the hop up for each BB weight.
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Old 05-01-2015, 11:50 AM   #26
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I'm not quite sure what the BEST diameter is per se, however I'm gonna upgrade to a 6.05 in the future. I read that it'll be wide enough to not mess up the backspin of the BB but also not too wide as to add turbulence in the barrel and also so you don't lose a ton of FPS. But that's just what I've read on.

I wouldn't trust the stock trigger set with a M170 farther than I could throw it! Make sure you have that new trigger set as a backup real soon ;)
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Old 05-01-2015, 10:48 PM   #27
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Yeah, Taco, I will have a replacement as soon as I track down one of the bastards at a fair price.

Thanks for the advice on a barrel. I know when you are working with between 6.01 and 6.05, there are minimal advantages and disadvantages to each one, but nothing major. I think I will hover around a 6.05 as well.

What I want to do in the future is to develop a style of BB that is shaped similarly to a Mini-ball (minus the rear cup, since there isn't that much expansion force) Then you could actually make use of barrel diameter, and rifling, potentially, as you are controlling the pellet, not controlling the spin, bounce, and turbulence.
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Old 05-03-2015, 03:53 PM   #28
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I will have a replacement as soon as I track down one of the bastards at a fair price.

I just went on about 20 different airsoft websites and they're all sold out. It seems KA isn't manufacturing anymore for the time being? Right now that seems like your best bet here, if you wanna upgrade right now I would just go for the one posted earlier, disregarding the price.
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Old 05-03-2015, 06:59 PM   #29
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Ahh

Ugh! That is so frustrating...
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Old 05-04-2015, 03:27 AM   #30
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