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Old 05-22-2020, 09:33 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by 1tonne View Post
What brand of receiver and cylinder are you using? Maybe there is some tolerance issues with some brands. I use either JG, WELL, TM or AA receivers and Either JG or AA cylinders.
I get rid of the WELL cylinders straight away.
I’d be using a JG, TM, AA, or ML receiver. Cylinders were either JG or AA iirc for the problem children triggers. But I couldn’t tell you which combinations of receiver and cylinders I used with each case I had.

Might I add the ML receivers are very nice and definitely my go to in the states. (The AirsoftPro is also splendid). But the ML in my personal Build paired with EdGi cylinder is so smooth and straight, you can get away with no guide sleeve. They have an extra guide ring in the front before the barrel threads (not the separate ring that slides over cylinder, that would make 3). Also the ML has the threads tapped into the receiver. The AA has inserts that can break free and spin. Shouldn’t be an issue if you don’t over tighten them, but it can happen and has happened to me because I constantly take shit apart lol.
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Old 05-23-2020, 04:28 AM   #17
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Maybe it could be the thickness of the Maple Leaf receiver. I have never used them.
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