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Old 11-07-2016, 02:28 PM   #16
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Does Careful make the N60 cylinder? I have never heard of it.
If it is a 27mm inner diameter that would be an awesome amount of air volume.
Can it be made to fit a VSR10 at all?
I always wanted to get an extra wide cylinder for my VSR10.


I believe that Edgi makes the cylinders but Careful sourced the materials. Like he did with the VascoMax barrels, most likely contact Carful if you want one of those bad boys
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Does Careful make the N60 cylinder? I have never heard of it.
If it is a 27mm inner diameter that would be an awesome amount of air volume.
Can it be made to fit a VSR10 at all?
I always wanted to get an extra wide cylinder for my VSR10.
EdGi does. It's 200$, requires boring if the receiver, has super thick walls and is meant for .66.

I'll be using it for .45 however because it allows for much more efficiency and it's stronger. It's the only thing the VSR X v2 takes.

He told me about a V3 that not only has a proprietary cylinder, but trigger, barrel, piston, and spring guide as well. Pretty much everything but the hopup.
I'm probably buying the last one to put in my JG until I get a VSR X, however if I do not end up buying it then it's all yours.
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Old 11-07-2016, 02:57 PM   #18
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Internal diameter is 22-24, it just has thicker walls

EDIT:
I've changed where I'm going with this build.

No VSR X and no joule creep.

I have the money for both. Easily. But I have many valid reasons such as:
The VSR X is now being made specifically for .66. I'm not spending an extra 200$ on a piston and 250$ on a gun drilling process. No way. A TM will be fine. He's also planning on making the V3 99% for .69. Good for those people, not good for me.

Also he's only making them next winter, so I'll be waiting until May 2018 for this. I'll be fine with a TM :)

And no joule creep because since I'm not getting a VSR X, it won't be worth it. He will charge 100$ for tuning and 40$ for a brass ring to make the piston heavier, 20$ for a new spring. And that's 160$.
I'd rather get a PDI receiver. Also, only one single field allows joule creep near me (that being the nearest one and the one I'm going to 75% of the time, but still) And I want to avoid people complaining. My field could also change their rules, and it is going over the implied energy limit on purpose. More stress too.

So, I'd like to stick to normal, non custom parts. EdGi is fine.

I am thinking PDI Palsonite Bore Up and PDI V Trigger, an EdGi barrel with a maple leaf and some .40-.45. Goal is 300 feet. How's the build sound?

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I've decided for PDI compression, PDI spring, AA hopup and EdGi barrel. Thanks for all the help guys
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So, field owner got pissed after I asked him if I can shoot .50s with like 1% metal compound.
He said no after contacting his insurance as said, "looks like every field in the US allows .32 max)
I told him this is not true because snipers can't operate with that do he said he will look into it, by for now .40 is the maximum.
Do you think that is acceptable for sniping?a
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.4 is perfectly acceptable. I only use .36 and .4
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Old 11-11-2016, 09:52 AM   #22
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.4 is perfectly acceptable. I only use .36 and .4
That's good to hear. He said .43 is what is allow currently but will probably drop to .40.
I'm sure other fields will allow .45
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