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My New Polar Star DMR (new pics)

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So it has been quite a while since I have been active on this forum :'(. It was also a while since I got a good game of airsoft in as well. But luckily things have changed lately and I would enjoy sharing.

So as the title says, I have bought into the Polar Star Fusion Engine. And anyone who says anything against it is greatly mistaken. It is the best thing a DMR could ever have. Adjustable Air flow to match your length barrel, adjustable fps (duh), adjustable nozzle depth pull making any magazine usable. Beyond that, the rate of fire can be changed on the fly. And that's only touching the surface. With these adjustments, after chronoing 400 with .25's you can drop in .4's and hardly drop the fps that you would if you did the same in an AEG due to the changes you can make with how long the air is being released down the barrel. And your .4's will be on a rope.The problem now I have heard is that there aren't bb's heavy enough out. But thats a different matter altogether.

Anyway, if anyone is interested I can throw up pics or answer any questions that I may know the answers to. I hope to throw up a battle report once I get a good game with it. :)

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Peyote said:
woogie I believe the biggest difference is that the V3 is slimmer than the V2 which means its used in AEGs such as the G36/AK/SIG. People also say that the V3 is able to handle more pressure and stronger springs but that's all up for debate.
The V3 is better reinforced than the V2. It has extra metal in it where the V2 doesn't. You get less of a problem with cracking and hair-line fractures.

To add onto this (Although none of this matters for the fusion engine) the V3 has the motor attached to the gearbox as well.

I kind of wish they'd make a V2 with the same reinforcements as a V3.
razgriz22 said:
HEY! Everyone is crapping on my thread with v2 vs v3 gearbox talk! :) it's ok. But as stated, none of that even comes close to mattering with the fusion engine. Which makes the fusion engine amazing :)

I tried to post pictures but photobucket is being a D-bag. I'll try again later.
I was going to get the engine til I realized that I couldn't afford it and wouldn't be able to for several months.

Have you done any accuracy / maximum effective range tests with it yet? I'd love to get some numbers on that. My guess is that the gun will be very consistent, provided that you have a good hop-up.
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