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Old 07-25-2020, 01:44 PM   #1
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Hi all,

So im planning on building a JG bar 10 G-spec on a Mancraft Co2 kit.
The parts i am planning on using are:

JG Bar10 G-spec
AA hopup
Maple leaf MR Hop 60 or 70 hardness
Lambda One 6.01x300mm inner barrel with some barrel spacers.

EDIT: forgot to mention that i will be running the system @2.3 joule max and i will be using 0.4g bb's because of Dutch laws

i will also try to get the SDIK quiter by doing the o-ring mod and putting in a volume reducer, as ive read that the kit by default overvolumes and that causes the kit to make more noise then needed.

the cylinder and trigger box wil be kept stock as it is not needed for the SDIK kit.

I would like some feedback on this since it will be my first time tinkering with a hpa engine.
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Old 07-25-2020, 03:40 PM   #2
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Seems like a solid setup, get a good regulator!! In my opinion I’d try and get ahold of the electronic wolverine bolt! I like that system a lot better and it’s easier to make quieter.

*Edit* Oh and get a panthera or masada nub!!
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Old 07-26-2020, 02:10 PM   #3
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Seems like a solid setup, get a good regulator!! In my opinion Id try and get ahold of the electronic wolverine bolt! I like that system a lot better and its easier to make quieter.

*Edit* Oh and get a panthera or masada nub!!
Ok so small update, i have been reading a bit and alot of people seem to prefer a slightly larger bore for longer range accuracy.
So i have been looking at the Lambda Five 6.05x300 and ML Crazy jet 6.04x300 any comments on that?

Also are the nubs u mentioned better then the omega nub from ML in combination with a ML MR hop bucking?
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Old 07-26-2020, 02:37 PM   #4
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I have a Lambda Five 430 mm vsr barrel that was too short for me if you wanted it (not for free obviously).
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Old 07-26-2020, 03:29 PM   #5
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I have a Lambda Five 430 mm vsr barrel that was too short for me if you wanted it (not for free obviously).
i think i wanna stick to the 300mm barrel but thanks anyway
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Anything from 6.00-6.05 should not have an effect on your range/accuracy. As long as it’s a straight barrel with smooth inner surface. Barrel length will mainly change your fps. Shorter is less fps.

But back to the nubs, I have way better consistency with a panthera nub, and a masada nub is virtually the same thing. Others can attest to that as well. I’ve read and had a bad egg omega nub myself.
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