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After recently reassembling my JG after a good internal clean, and washing the hop-up buckling, I put it back together and test fired it. Its firing perfectly straight and fine. But after inspection of the BBs I noticed that my gun is grinding off small parts of the BBs leaving scuffs on parts of them. I don't know if this is damaging to the gun or its hop-up so i was wondering if anyone could inform me of what my guns problem most likely is, and hopefully a way to fix it.
 

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it could be getting scuffed right before entering the bucking, either by the cylinder head nozzle or something near the edge of the hop chamber. One more thing I can think of; are you sure whatever the bbs are hitting isn't causing this, not the gun?
 

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Yeah I was shooting them into a blanket folded into a cone, but I took it back apart and checked the internals. So far its working fine, but thank you for the help.
 

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Yeah its no longer scuffing any of the BB's, my only complaint would be its making a slightly different sound. But after washing the Bucking it is firing a whole lot more accurately so im guessing its just the sound of the air moving through a cleaner bucking.
 
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