Great idea. I like that one.
Since I need to wait for the initial break-in period before cutting my new spring and I don't have an extra cylinder to leave it in for a few weeks, I just made a little setup out of threaded bar, a couple of lock nuts, and a couple of washers. This should simulate leaving the spring in the cylinder except without needing an extra cylinder. You can get this stuff from your local hardware store for under 5 USD (mine was $2.80). I used 5/16 in. threaded bar and I would definitely recommend not going any larger than that. I hope this helps anyone in the same situation as me :tup:
Won't change the cylinder volume at all.Not related to my previous post, but could a potential problem with over-cutting a spring be that it effectively reduces the cylinder volume? (probably not as much if you are running a wide-bore barrel with a heavy piston)
Make your own thread about your gun. This thread is about springs.I just bought an ASG M40a3 and I would like to upgrade it. This is my first airsoft upgrade and I could use some help in buying the right parts for my ASG M40a3.
This has been my experience, yes.On the new laylax springs there is a side with smaller coils and a side with larger coils. what i mean is the gaps in between the coils on one end are bigger than that of the other.
I'm assuming cutting the larger coils will remove more FPS than the smaller gapped coils, is this correct?
ok so stupid question, but how can i apply this using .4 g bbs?Yes it is.