Well, it was suprisingly easy: I used the aluminum nozzle from FPS because I killed the plastic one and a j-tac spring. That brought the energy up to 0.58J. I'm using the stock bucking with a custom made aluminum lever. Accuracy is nice: 20cm diameter @25m. Lipo and mosfet is mandatory IMO. Hope that helps.Not easy at all.
How did you do it? Also, reliably?
tip: if is too cold for aap to be use just stick a heating pad on pistol grip. well if you have and extended mag you could stick it on extension , after that you should be good for 2-3 hourThat would be neat
My AAP is ridiculously efficient for a GBB, and whilst we haven't hit colder temperatures in the UK yet, I doubt I'll need to worry about it not functioning - which was certainly a problem for some replicas in years past! I used to keep my GBB in a pocket with a handwarmer years ago......these days the buckings and systems are so much more advanced.