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After learning the ins and outs of my rifle the best I can (taking it apart and figuring out how it all works) I realized something.
I don't know entirely what i'm getting into...But with some help I think I can figure it out.

Though my carefully and super cheap testing methods, my rifle clearly has the power I need it to have, but the consistency ain't there. I know its a common issue with stock KJW M700s.

Clearly I can't field it like this with awesome results and I have gone through every website I know of and basically, I can't find shit.

I wanna R-hop a 6.01 tight bore but I don't know which one to get. I also need the stronger striker spring but I can't find them in stock anywhere. Also I have read more than once that the nozzle doesn't seat the bb in the hop up but right in front of it, but I can't figure out how far I need to move the nozzle forward or how to keep it there once I do move it.

So to simplify it; What barrel should I get? What Hop-up setup is gonna be the most consistent? Where is the best place to find parts in stock and on a dime?
Internet points for anyone that can help.
 

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Not too sure what an R-hop is or how you do it, but i'm sure it helps a ton. I have a 6.01 angel custom tight bore and a vsr-10 hard type bucking. With these installed *right* i can get pretty tight groupings with .36's. At some point I'm going to get a striker spring and a long mag. I also heard that suppressors on the M700 actually muffle it and can help a bit. I got my barrel and bucking off of evike, the striker spring, well I don't know where I'll get one. I also keep my hop up dialed all the way down, I've noticed it really doesn't make a difference with the BB curving whether it's dialed up or down. When it's all the way down I'm pretty sure it just spins the bb more which actually helps it to stay straight.
 
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