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Recently i've finished building my rifle. Buying parts and was really long and hard proces as almost everythin i bought was broken in some way...
So i decided to go with EdGi parts to eliminate the factory overlook.

That's the list of my parts:
- EdGi 6.00 435mm bull barrel
- EdGi Cylinder and cylinder head
- EdGi 90 degree piston
- EdGi spring guide
- EdGi spring (450fps and 650fps)
- Action Army Zero Trigger
- Action Army hup-up unit
- Maple leaf bucking (the one with a split mound) and nub

It was a liitle bit of a fight to fit everyting together because as it turned out the guide stopper wasn't at perfect 90 degree and coused spring guide to scratch against te top of the cylinder. I took care of that and now i can do those sick gravity reloads.

Everything seemd to be working perfectly but the accuracy of my rifle was a bit low so i started inspecting it and found out that something weird happens at the end of by inner barrel. Right around the place where to diameter of my inner barrel changes theres a spot inside the barrel where bbs leave some marks as they were hiiting it in this place. I must mention it's the bootom of the innter barrel.
I'm almost certain that the supposed bounce of the bb at the end of the barrel messes up my accuracy but i can't do anything about it. I've tried adding more marrel spacers made from painters tape, using both 450fps and 650 fps springs and still nothing.

Could someone help me?
 

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If you have any bump inside the barrel you should get in touch with EDGI first to try solve this issue. I would try to make a photo and send to him.

How did you solve the problem with guide stopper?
 

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Well i can't see any bumps inside the barrel so i'll try to order some better quality bbs before contacting EdGi.

I glued a thin sheet of metal to the back of it in the place where it rests against metal rod.
then by taking it apart and sanding a little bit with sandpaper and putiing it back together again and again i finally got to the point where it is perfectly perpendicular to the body of the trigger.
 
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