ml stock piston is so loud. you can modify it by adding weight, and rubber damp. for the spring it depends on your joule target. joule creep occurs by adding weight to the piston or better get edgi sap, which can lift .48g bbs and hit a target 100 meters.
I'm not going to buy one for a couple months as I don't have the money to start my new rifle build. But when I do, I'll message you.Skirmshop are the only people that carry it, and I don't think they've had it in stock for 2 or 3 years, along with many other things.
The way to tell it apart quickly is by seeing if it's orange, like so.
If you liked, I could machine down the end of a 45° Laylax for you.
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It's brilliant but I also find I lose some fps because of the friction the doublw o-ring generates.My favourite is the Springer custom works piston only thing that I have a issue with is that the orings are close to the front so if there are any exposed threads in the cylinder it destroys the orings I fixed this by adding a sorbo pad so that it stops before the threads otherwise it's proved very consistent and has brilliant air seal
I read it in evike and they wrote that the sear catch is made of steel as well? So they're wrong?The maple leaf piston is tangibly worse than the action army.
The entire thing is aluminium including the sear catchment point (vs steel in the AA) meaning that it wears faster.
Basically, for piston you'll want a steel/stainless steel sear catch and with delrin/nylon glide ring on the body, and for spring guide you get again stainless steel/steel. Don't need to worry much about bearings but you can get one with it if you want. For cylinder, again steel for maximum durability
Maybe I was wrong, however, the info I have says that the piston is 'one piece' suggesting that it is milled from the same aluminium block.I read it in evike and they wrote that the sear catch is made of steel as well? So they're wrong?
Seems like you're right. I checked outher websites and they're saying that it's made out of full aluminium. The outer diameter of the piston says that it is 10mm so basically we can only use stock spring spec in this one.Maybe I was wrong, however, the info I have says that the piston is 'one piece' suggesting that it is milled from the same aluminium block.
Also, the maple leaf piston doesn't work with 13mm springs so that just makes it a poor option from the outset.