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Hey guys, I would like to start off by letting you know what gun I'm using, and then get to the question. I am using the Well MB04, everything is stock except the following.
Upgrade:
Full metal trigger box
Upgrade spring I got from hit guns, says it shoots between 500-550 fps

Mods:
.... Full length barrel spacer and that is it lol

I am also using milsim max .32 bbs.

Now my question is, what should I do to get my range up to 300ft while maintaining/gaining accuracy?

I'm currently working on getting the r-hop patch and I am also interested in the LRB mod. Do the screws at the end of the barrel creating the LRB work good? And which way does the bend go for the LRB, up or down?

I am a little tight on money at the moment. Sooo what other recommendations do y'all have? What have you found works the best?
 

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The TDC is a DIY mod, not something you can buy (other than buying the parts to do it). Look in my sig for a link to a guide I made on how to do the TDC mod. I think at one point though Noobie sold it as a kit.
 

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It's not a necessity, but it is nice to have one because it lets you fine tune your hop and it offers the consistency of a fixed hop while still being adjustable. It is also simpler than the standard hop mechanism, so there are less things to go wrong.
 

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Ok thanks. Maybe he will pop in.

So should I do the LRB on a tight bore 6.03 barrel and r-hop or go all the way and get a pdi hop with an AEG barrel and bucking? Which way will give better results? Or can you combine the LRB mod, r-hop patch with a pdi hop up and AEG barrel?
 

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You bend the barrel down so the bb can ride aong the top. if it was bent upward it would completely screw with the hopup. There is an LRB guide that you should check out in the general sniper talk category I think. It will tell you most of what you need to know.

I can't say what the best ID is to have have for an LRB but as long as it isn't a bull barrel it should work fine. Bull barrels like to stay bent after a little while. You can use any combonation of hopup parts you want, as long as they don't mess with the front two thirds of the barrel, which is how much of it will bend. R-hop will work best however so the LRB doesn't have as much work to do when stabilizing the bb.
 

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For the record, Masterjuggler's TDC method is much better because it has a tighter fix, so read his guide if you haven't already!

And yes, that should easily hit 250ft if it's combined with heavy-enough ammo.
 

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Tune it right and you should be able to. I use .3s and I hit out to at least that with my r-hop. I am going to do the LRB eventually, I just haven't found the time. As long as you have bbs that are .28g minimum, provided they are high enough quality you should be fine. When you install the r-hop just make sure to read all the installation vids you can before sanding the inside channel, because some people use different techniques. The first r-hop I installed I accidentally sanded at a bit of a diagonal so my bbs curved left.
 

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For a gun shooting 500+ I'd get heavier bb's. My svd is shooting 500 with .25s and my m24 shot 580, both worked best with .40 and .43. I use washed madbulls.
 

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If you get those .888g ball bearings also get a steel barrel. An aluminum or brass barrel will be destroyed otherwise.
 

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Discussion Starter · #20 · (Edited)
Steel bbs for shooting people with!?!?!? But anyways my field is strictly biodegradable bbs only. And I will probably by some .4s next time. I was just afraid of getting too heavy and losing distance.

What barrel and bucking would y'all recommend for the mb04 and LRB mod?
 
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