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Old 06-10-2019, 08:16 PM   #1
Young Gun
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A&K Spring SVD Dragonov, maintenence

So I am looking around the Internet for a new airsoft sniper that is spring. I have gone to my nearest airsoft store/arena and they had the A&K dragonov for $110. I wanted a russian sniper since they look so cool and unique but I want to know how easy it is to fix this gun and to preform maintenence. I had problems in the past with another one of my snipers "Cyma M14" breaking it's gearbox and one problem led to the next and I need a a new gearbox that would cost me $100. So since I'm not the best with fixing gearboxes I want to know of this spring dragonov is easy to repair. I will have to replace the spring for a lighter spring since my arena has a maximum of 350 fps. So please let me know if this gun is easy to fix and keep firing.

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Old 09-23-2019, 12:55 AM   #2
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I loved mine when I had mine I personally cut the outer barrel to house a 410mm barrel perfectly the cylinder to barrel ratio is way off for that 650mm barrel it comes with or 610mm I cant remember but in terms of aftermarket parts there's actually a lot surprisingly not a lot like vsr10 a lot but enough if anything breaks that it can be easily repaired I would go airsoftpro everything and rhop the barrel for maximum performance mine was performing on par with my SRS when I had mine fully upgraded and still to this day wish I never sold it.
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