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Old 10-11-2020, 01:11 PM   #16
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Yea I think I was getting about 2.15j, I believe 2.30joules is the UK limit. Hmm I'm now wishing I hadnt followed you tuber builds as I'm now starting to think I have gained nothing like you say over the original parts except for the convenience of the fast hop.
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Old 10-11-2020, 01:13 PM   #17
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Will the silverback bucking work OK on the TNT barrel?
I might try that first and if its still the same I might try the original barrel, bucking/nub with the fast hop.
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Old 10-11-2020, 06:03 PM   #18
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The TNT bucking should work on the TNT barrel, but I am not completely sure.
Chances are, the TNT barrel is exactly as good as the Silverback one as they are both brass and probably manufactured to the same quality.
Silverback one is most likely tighter than the TNT, so you may see an FPS boost, or not.

I have not owned TNT parts, but I've had similar parts, and wide bore barrels do not perform well and neither do soft nubs.
I am sure you could get TNT parts to work very well, but $20 for a bucking and $85 for an electroplated brass barrel is a bit unreasonable.
If I were you, I would keep an eye on Stalker Airsoft with his new KRAKEN chamber, that may be the thing for you if you don't like your current setup.

I was at one point considering an SRS over the VSR-10, but I ended up going with the VSR-10 as it just has more mods and knowledge for it.
There is a certain point where you can get a sniper to (or any gun for that matter) where it can't really improve any more, and most airsoft guns are capable of this, but the amount of time and effort is what it takes to get to that point.
So, if you want the best gun for the least effort then it is a pretty close tie between the SRS and SSG10.
I'm glad I went VSR-10, but I'm sure SRS would have been fine too.
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Old 10-12-2020, 11:10 AM   #19
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TMT barrels are slightly lighter bore than the silverback. They are 6.03 compared to the silverback's 6.05. They aren't widebores. TNT barrel will work with tnt barrels. Other than that I suggest just lapping the current barrel.

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Old 10-12-2020, 11:28 AM   #20
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TMT barrels are slightly lighter bore than the silverback. They are 6.03 compared to the silverback's 6.05. They aren't widebores. TNT barrel will work with tnt barrels. Other than that I suggest just lapping the current barrel.
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Ok thanks, glad that you caught that.
I do believe that the also make widebores though.

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For lapping, I suggest 6mm airline in 1.5 inch segments glued onto a 4mm steel or aluminum rod.
I also suggest that you put heat shrink on the rod to cover up every bit of metal, except where you will be holding it.
Then put you barrel in a drill or lathe and pump the rod with the tubing in and out.
For compound, avoid diamond as it will imbed in the barrel, try aluminum oxide powder in the 400-2,000 grit range.
Also, use lots of compound and lots of water, it's very important.
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Old 10-13-2020, 04:46 AM   #21
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Appreciate the replies.
I won't be lapping the barrel, I'd rather just buy one that people recommend.
My main question though is will the silverback bucking work ok with the TNT barrel as the bucking has that slight patch on it that pretrudes into the barrel whereas the TNT bucking is flat.
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Old 10-13-2020, 09:55 AM   #22
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Appreciate the replies.
I won't be lapping the barrel, I'd rather just buy one that people recommend.
My main question though is will the silverback bucking work ok with the TNT barrel as the bucking has that slight patch on it that pretrudes into the barrel whereas the TNT bucking is flat.
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Yes, that would certainly be easier and close to the same performance.

For the bucking, I don't see why not, just don't try the TNT bucking on the Silverback barrel as the patch may be too big.
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