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Old 05-04-2015, 03:43 AM   #31
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New Zealand - there's one for 60 USD

Sweden - I don't speak Swedish I couldn't even read the website xD

Denmark - couldn't read it and in a different currency anyway

Germany - I speak German! 40 Euros

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Interesting tool, although it didn't really help in this situation unfortunately. It seems like KA simply isn't manufacturing new reinforced trigger assemblies and what you see on the web now is simply old stock. Fingers crossed that there's gonna be at least some sort of shipment of new triggers soon!
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Old 05-06-2015, 07:06 PM   #32
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That is actually a really useful tool, however, it seems to miss many sites, such as the king arms UK webstore. I will definitely check that in the future for parts for other guns too!
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Old 05-06-2015, 07:57 PM   #33
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You know, I wonder if it might be worth it to sell the damn thing so I can get a gun that has parts available left and right... I only paid 80 bucks for it, so I could probably sell it for 120-150. That is what many of them are going for on Ebay. Take that money + 50 bucks and go buy a different one, maybe a Well MB4411D... Tempting offer.

Damn shame, but I am considering.
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Old 05-06-2015, 08:56 PM   #34
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You know guys, I just had a 45 minute session where the air was completely calm outside my house, and I went shooting. I live in an urban area, and had to shoot across an intersection, which I acknowledge is completely illegal and dangerous, but I know the traffic patterns here, and every 5 minutes, there is a 1 minute gap where no pedestrians or cars are within a city block of my house. Sooooooo, we all know where that is going.

I have 0.25g bb's, but they are black, and I cannot see them through the scope. However, I DO have 0.20g bb's which are white, and I saw them well enough to see how it was shooting. According to the google earth measurement tool, I was at a range of exactly 205 feet, and I could hit a man sized target 10 out of 10 times. With the hop up completely "off" (still hopped, that is why there are quotes) the BB would lift about 6 inches at about 195 feet, then drop quickly. I want higher FPS, but I can't source a damn trigger set within my budget. (buying the cylinder kit and trigger set at the same time) I think that I might earn a little more cash then go and buy the cylinder kit and a trigger set at a higher price... disappointing that I have to do that, but its better than nothing!

I am still surprised that I was shooting at 200 feet. I didn't really realize 200 feet was that close. However, I have faith in this gun, even though King Arms are complete pricks when it comes to keeping parts for their popular guns in stock... Went on the King Arms UK Webstore, and even though the reinforced trigger and the magazines for the R93 are the most popular products, the trigger set can be found under the clearance section, with a page heading of "Limited stock, do not miss your chance" Pisses me off, that does.
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Old 05-06-2015, 09:12 PM   #35
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I understand your frustration with the extra parts. Personally this is my first real airsoft gun, and I'm very satisfied with all the stock parts. I'm gonna hold onto this and later upgrade the parts and everything; this is my baby that I'm gonna take care of. That is, until I save up for a P* or decide to do a mancraft conversion

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Old 05-07-2015, 03:15 PM   #36
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The stock internals are fine, with the exception of the spring guide, which is known to be a weak point in this gun. Mine broke, and I bush-fixed it by using a large bolt with partial threads. That is why I am so insistent on upgrading it, as I have a broken part, and it would make more sense for me to make the leap now, rather than only replace the one part.

I am getting close to having the funds to upgrade it, but it is still tempting for me to sell it on eBay at a profit and preorder a Well MB4411D, or MB4410D, which is cross a compatible with another popular platform(s).

For now, I will hold onto my blazer and consider my options.
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Old 05-07-2015, 03:21 PM   #37
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Personally, even with the mods I've already done to mine, I've never had a problem with any of the parts. I guess it's just sometimes quality control isn't up to par :/

It's totally up to you to decide, if I were in that situation I would personally wait for the upgraded parts, and if it still gives me problem then yeah I would probably switch do a different rifle. It's unfortunate your experiences with it weren't so great.
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Old 05-07-2015, 08:57 PM   #38
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It is not that my experience has been sub par, it is just nice to be able to walk into any airsoft supply store and say "I need this part" and be able to get it. Plus, I am unique that no matter how I sell it, I am standing at a profit, as I only payed 80 bucks as outlined in the OP.

I will hold onto it for now. Maybe I will buy an upgraded spring guide and sell it as partially upgraded for at least 120 dollars, potentially 150, depending on the market. I will stand at a minimum of a 20 dollar profit due to shipping costs to get it to the buyer, or maybe even a friend.
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Old 05-07-2015, 09:37 PM   #39
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Looks like I will be selling my R93 to a friend who is getting into airsoft for the first time. He was hell bent on getting a CO2 revolver for his first gun, as he is 90% likely to go into law enforcement as a career, so I have given him a good deal. He and I are really close, and I am always going to be working on it for him, so I am still going to be active on this thread for as long as he keeps that gun. His parents are very fearful of anything beyond a dart blaster, and they have issues with those, as well, meaning that the gun is still going to be staying at my residence until hell freezes over...

This thread is not going to go dead as long as I have an internet connection, but I will be purchasing a Well MB4411D (or 4410D, I can't decide whether I want aggressive looks, or a smaller gap between the scope and the barrel.)
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Old 05-07-2015, 09:42 PM   #40
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I'm happy you'll be helping keep the thread active! I'll make sure to stay up to date with my R93, I'm at my friends airfield and so far I've found my max range and my effective range with this thing. I'll post the distances here in a little bit.
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Old 05-07-2015, 09:47 PM   #41
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Effective range with stock parts and .3g BB's(8/10 shots): ~150 feet

Max range with .3g BB's(maybe 1/10 shots): 300+ feet
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:36 PM   #42
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Effective range with stock parts and .3g BB's(8/10 shots): ~150 feet

Max range with .3g BB's(maybe 1/10 shots): 300+ feet
The gun is damn impressive stock, but a bit heavier of a spring, along with all of the other BS that is needed to cope with the spring is necessary for ANY sniper to be effective at range, with wind.

You can use as heavy of a spring as you want, as long as the bb weight is increased to keep the muzzle velocity in the sweet spot between 300 and 400 FPS, there is no limiting factor to how accurate you can get an airsoft gun other than the limit for 0.20 gram FPS. (Accuracy in this statement is regarding the effects of wind)

I will still be updating with the activity in regards to the R93. If anyone is interested, I will put up brief bits about my experience with the MB4411D/MB4410D (still cant decide). I just do not want to keep up with two threads. AIN'T NOBODY GOT TIME FOR THAT! Haha, but I am really busy during the fall/winter/spring months with high school, so my most active times as far as fielding my gear, will be in June-August, with a combined total of between 30 and 40 days taken up by vacation and summer camps. I may bring my gear on vacation, we will see how that goes.

I am not stopping on this thread, as I said before. EVER. NEVER will this thread be in danger of being Necro'd. (just a statement for the future people, if this gun stays in production for more than a year or two after this, when the gun becomes a "could've should've would've didn't" for KA. Future people, go ahead and post)

Have a nice morning/noon/night everyone. I have a big AP exam tomorrow to take a chance at getting college credit to skip a freshman history class.
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Old 05-07-2015, 10:47 PM   #43
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Here are some pictures that I meant to upload a LONG time ago:



Broken Spring Guide


Lower Receiver with cylinder retention thingy that grabs onto the back of the spring guide.


Better view of previous + Piston Sear. This entire assembly comes out and is upgraded to use a larger spring.


Mag-well from above and behind.


My Gun Wall as of NOW (ignore all the useless shit sitting in the baskets on the peg board... Spring Cleaning is basically pick up everything within the immediate vicinity of a container and move them into said container. LOL

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Old 05-07-2015, 10:56 PM   #44
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Not only is is very nice stock, but also this is probably the easiest airsoft fun I've ever disassembled. The disassembly is very straightforward and only requires the removal of about 6 screws to completely disassemble everything even down to the hopup unit. Whoever designed this ment for it to be taken apart.

It's nice to know you'll remain active on this thread, I will as well! I'm gonna take this out to a game this Saturday so I'll post my experiences with that when I get back. As well, I'll be posting here when I replace all the internals and if I ever do decide to go with that mancraft conversion kit, I'll definitely post about my experience with that too.

Also good luck with your test :)
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Old 05-11-2015, 09:04 PM   #45
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Well I'm back! My legs are about to stop working completely, I totally overworked myself. As for the rifle, I'm yet to clean her off and whatnot, but I'm happy with her performance. BB's kept veering too far to the left and right due to wind, and I had troubles with twigs snapping the BB's out of their flights. I definitely got people out, however I really should look into getting heavier ammo. I'm barely even at 1/4 hop as it is, so I feel I could afford much heavier ammo. My only concern is that the spring might not be powerful enough for the heavier ammo, and the FPS being so low would negate the purpose of heavier ammo (more air time means more contact with the wind and therefore it'll veer off more).

I'm starting to take that Mancraft conversion more seriously. I'll be doing further research into buying their kit vs upgrading the spring and cylinder assembly. The price to upgrade both are about equal, my only concern on the HPA side is the noise and where in the hell I would even go to get the tank filled up. Because Anchorage doesn't have any airsoft or paintball shops, that eliminates the convenience. We do have some scuba diving facilities, and I know for my school's competitive riflery (we use HPA rifles) we go there to get our air, but again I'll do further research.

Can any HPA users out there recommend any other places besides paintball/airsoft stores that fill up air tanks?
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