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Old 05-30-2019, 03:48 AM   #16
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Where do you live? Max limit Iíve seen is [email protected]~ and 4J.
M150 stands for 150m/s~ spring, you canít be doing 210m/s with it, they are usually stronger at first, but not by whole 60m/s! You must have wrong spring inside.

limitst in Poland for sniper rifles are often "666 fps on 0,2g" sometimes like You said 650 or 4 joules.
Do not get me wrong - i do not tend to shot enybody with this...
I only posted it as a proof, why i am looking for weaker spring but with better quality than airsoftpro.



it seems that guarder springs are more powerful than they write on the box. My pal bought another one m160 guarder for his SRS and results are more or less the same... crazy! if someone belive the label and play with it without chrono i can only imagine holes in the skin :(
I do not know for whom they even make springs like that and stronger, and why they call them "m160" since they are alot stronger than for example m170 Airsoftpro springs. The other funny thing is, theirs AEG springs are more or less properly rated.



i am aiming for 4j on 0,48g
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Old 05-30-2019, 03:50 AM   #17
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I've read that guarder springs tend to be difficult to cock and very overpowered.

I'd also be curious what weight your piston is?

You are absolutely right - i checked it with another guarder spring and yes, its crazy powerful and label has nothing to do with actual power output.


my piston is only 30g - i did not try to play with weight yet :)
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Old 05-30-2019, 04:02 AM   #18
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wow such a hot...... powers.


I have one :D..... M170 from guarder.
Maybe I will cut few coils....
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Old 05-30-2019, 04:23 AM   #19
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wow such a hot...... powers.


I have one :D..... M170 from guarder.
Maybe I will cut few coils....

have You tested it on chrono? maybe only a batch od m160 are that crazy as mine.
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Old 06-09-2019, 01:44 PM   #20
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little update on Guarder springs.
I ordered "m150" from rainbow8 and it is also overpowered ;) 660 fps on 0,2 and 450 fps on 0,48. piston weight still not changed (36g).


it is overpowered, so keep that in mind but it is also very good quality - very little fps drop after some shooting.
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