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So I got my upgrades in my rifle and its shooting 100x better ( PDI hop up, promy hard bucking, and prommy 6.03 barrel)
I'm looking to do some DYI mods to improve the performance even more. Is there a sticky post that has all the posted mods? (I'm looking to improve reliability of the accuracy now that I got the range)
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So I've been having an issue where my gun shoots far right.
I am about to attempt the TDC mod but I would like any other options ( as I will be drilling a hole into the barrel). Like I mentioned if I fire the gun normally it goes off and hooks right (almost consistently enough that I can compensate). However If I hold my rifle at a 45degree angle it shoots straighter than an arrow! I have a pdi hopup with two arms on it. I've tried loosening one and tightening the other but it resulted in the same performance. not sure if I damaged the hop-up unit when I installed it or what is going on.
 

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I would suggest the TDC mod even if you didn't have the right hook issue. You are only drilling into the outer barrel so even if you somehow mess up, which is very hard to do, it won't affect performance at all and you can always plug it up with some j-b weld stick. I'm not sure if it would help your case though because if you are able to adjust the arms left to right already, then the TDC leveling the arm wouldn't do too much.

It sounds to me your bucking mound is off center. Take your gun apart and reposition the bucking so it is either sitting dead straight or even slightly turned to the left to compensate for the right hook. You might have installed the bucking so it's turned to the right, which would cause the right hook.
 

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I would suggest the TDC mod even if you didn't have the right hook issue. You are only drilling into the outer barrel so even if you somehow mess up, which is very hard to do, it won't affect performance at all and you can always plug it up with some j-b weld stick. I'm not sure if it would help your case though because if you are able to adjust the arms left to right already, then the TDC leveling the arm wouldn't do too much.

It sounds to me your bucking mound is off center. Take your gun apart and reposition the bucking so it is either sitting dead straight or even slightly turned to the left to compensate for the right hook. You might have installed the bucking so it's turned to the right, which would cause the right hook.
That sounds like something that I could have done.
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But all I would have to do is some how get reverse pressure on the arms, and make sure that the screw is dead center of the arms?
 
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