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HI, IT'S ME! xD Yet again =D

This time I'm wondering, HOW ON EARTH one is capable in getting this rifle shoot accurately? All mechanics are in place and working, but no matter how much I screw the screws, I DO NOT get almost any accurate (straight forward flying) shots... HELP? Got 170 meters per second (about 558 fps) and 0.43g bb's.
 

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Every peace of inner parts and machinery are 100% okay and well working together, they are installed by the previous owner, a pro. He has calibreited the gun for me but it din't seem to have any affect on it...
 

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Sheesh... I'm not home at the moment... Um... It's a PDI hop up unit... I try to find a link...

A wild gues of the moment would be t his one:

http://redwolfairsoft.com/redwolf/airsoft/ProductDetail?prodID=18251

I've opened and checked it and it looked very similar to this one, unless it is this one. I'll be sure about this tomorrow when I go back home.

Correction, IT IS that one. =D
 

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Ok, well try checking everything on the PDI Screw. What exactly is happening when you shoot the bb's?

Do they hook to a certain side?

Do they fly out and then go randomly spraying in the air?

Do they go a set distance and then die?

More detail.
 

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Like 1-4 out of 10 goes straight forward like they should. 2-4 goes straight but dies after 10 meters or so. 4-6 take off to far left or right or to orbit.

And yet all parts are in good condition, confirmed by the seller.
 

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You've got a burr in your barrel, or something is blocking your muzzle.

What's likely happening is that as the bb's exit, something is hitting, and as more and more shots get fired, little pieces of bb get stuck inside wherever it is, and causes it to shoot off. My advice is look at your barrel hard and good PERSONALLY for any scratches/flat spots/flaws.

If you've still got nothing, try adding some silicon in your barrel to make it a little lubricated and see if you can get any gunk out of it.
 

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Gotta try that silicon then, that barrel is slick as hell. I've checked it out already ages ago...

I just herd from a friend of mine that those BB's of mine are not that good in accuracy and that I should try those Super Grand Master 29 grams... Even though my rifle shoots 170 mps?
 

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Digicons are discontinued... Is 0,29g too light?
 

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Neither has any, are those Maruzen BB's (or Tokyo's 0.30g) too light?
 

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WHAAT? o_O Digicon aka Straight? If so then I try someting else, I've been told that it might be the fact of me using Straight bb's that my gun is inaccurate. Or did I miss some points? But why thank you.


And by asking are 29g bb's too light I ment will they work properly enough or will they tear apart in air, fly off somewhere due to the high speed or something?
 

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Well.. You're going to lose distance because of the .29's (Newton's Law kinda comes into play on this one.. More mass = more force = more distance)

You'll probably be dead on the money up to about 50 yards with no wind, but any breeze, or any farther.. And you'll find it takes 2-3 shots. Pending on how good you are at compensation, of course.

And yes, STRAIGHT is the same as Digicon. So I just assumed you would google that, but no worries.. You've got a link there.

I'd suggest going the median and getting some .36's .. If those just don't seem that consistant, make the leap to the big dogs and shoot .43's.

I hope this helps, cheers.

-Mosin
 

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Well... Now when we've got this cleared, and as you may have notised from my pictures in the gallery that I use STRAIGHT 0.43g bb's at the moment. Been useing the all time long and with poor accuracy, barrel is clean, parts are right, hop up works...
 

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Hm.. Alright, so your shots are flying all over the place, horrible inconsistancy.. You say nothing is wrong with the gun.. I honestly don't know what to tell ya, I shoot .43's and they are amazingly straight (Hence the name
).. I don't know why you have problems.. Maybe a bad batch? I'd just try switching out the bb's and seeing if you have at least the same consistancy with another type, be it flying straight up in the air.. Or going a set distance and falling.. Just see with a .25-.30 or whatever you've got laying around the house (Not point .12's.. for the love of god).

But just see if changing the bb's fix the inconsistancies.. If not, then it's something to do with your hop up or your barrel, in which case I'd try looking in the market for a PSS2 Aero Chamber (They're discontinued and amazing.. Good luck finding one for a Maruzen APS 96.. I paid $110 for mine, and it was a Maruzen APS2 SV) or if that doesn't suffice try using a different hop up rubber or bucking.. Or make sure that propper pressure is applied on your hop up at all times (Some PDI's are finnicky and known for inconsistancies).

These are the only results I can come up with, other than having something in your barrel.
 

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Thanks, gotta check those out asap.
 

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Lol... something is wrong with your gun. You're getting an inconsistent amount of airflow each time, meaning, piston head, cylinder head, or hopup is messed up. They can be tiny slits in an o-ring, or in the hop ups case, an o-ring could be knocked out of place (Actually a moderately common occurance with the PDI hopups). It's not the bb's, .43s by Straight are amazing, absolutely amazing. I shoot 95 yards accurately with them. It's just too bad they cost an arm and a leg, so I'm stuck with .36g that shoot dead on for 80yards and then start to hop up, lol.
 
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