I agree with blackfoot. Still a nice paint job, I presume the mossy green colour blends in well?
No cutting the spring would definitely reduce fps. But if you put in a TBB and a good hop up the fps will rise so keep the same spring, upgrade as much as you want and just cut as you go along to keep it under the limit. I had my gun shooting under 500 and I had to cut it down to 328 to play! So I took a lot off. You only cut a little off at a time.jackknife09 said:Hey, that's some intense stuff! Once I have the gun working right, I might have to look into this. At the moment, the gun has absolutely no rattle - which surprises me for a stock gun - but the actual shot is loud as hell.
So, with a cut spring and the softened cylinder head, the power of the shot won't be reduced, but there won't be a loud-ass pop when the piston releases?
DO NOT get a 600mm barrel get a 500mm at most. It's not more accurate. Look it up as I have explained this countless times on at least two forums and at my site. Also If you still have a stock trigger unit I would cut the spring as a spring that stong will make the trigger only last so long. Also FPS is over-rated for range. With .3g at one joule using the PDI chamber I can get the bb 200ft away fairly accurately.jackknife09 said:Ah, I gotcha. Thanks tallgrass, I'll keep that in mind. Unfortunately I ain't got a chrono, so, I'll have to keep it stock until I get chrono'd at a game. The good news is, using a .28 I can get up to 480fps and stay under the 3 joule limitation. I know I won't break that without a heavy spring, so a 150 shouldn't mess me up too bad.
Awagg, the tip bit the dust a while ago, looks a lot better without it. I might get a suppressor in the future, but it's an aesthetic piece after all. Unless I get like a 600mm barrel or something and need to cover it.
Still, it'd look so badass on its own I might snag one anyway. XD