Tokyo Marui AWS L96 (Reply)
To explain further why I have used the Novritsch product is because when googling an idea of upgrades for this gun:
6.01 Precision Barrel, Cylinder, Cylinder Screw, Cylinder Head, 7mm Spring Guide, 550 FPS Spring, High Pressure Piston, Trigger Sear, Piston Sear, Spring Guide Stopper.
I couldn't find anything in the most popular websites (evike, redwolf, etc) that sold these separately specifically for the Tokyo Marui AWS L96, either that or it was sold out and to be restock who knows when. I wanted to ensure myself getting a product that was in stock before it disappears. This is because I didn't want to wait for parts and compete with others in snagging them and only to modify them to make them fit. Even if they were to fit specifically for the gun I would still have to compete to get them or they would be sold out again.
Can you explain why this product has its flaws with the concept of breaking down the parts I given: TOKYO MARUI L96 - Upgrade Kit - Tuning Kit
Please note: I do not disagree with you or agree with you or even promote him. As I am new, I just want to know why some people disagree with this product I have chosen.
Also, I already purchased this tuning kit (on its way to my house) and it is not like I'm dead set on keeping it. I think I could return it. But let's say I can't. Using redwolf youtube video as a source (you may skip to 4:25 in video):
Again to go back to your response, you state using maple leaf as a good quality hopup bucking, but is there a difference in Lonex and maple? I heard that some say that lonex trumps maple. Again I do not know and ask anyone's opinion.
Also, you state: "get a good quality hopup bucking and that's it." For my own clarification, do I need to get a hop up chamber or the stock one is good enough if I want to lift heavier bbs like .25, .30, .40.
Does this gun even sell a hopup chamber with a R-hop+M nub, if so where and provide link? (R-hop in your video is apparently the best)
Note: I did see your video and made the effort to read your information and you did state that the diamond maple in your opinion is the best. Please anyone answer my follow up questions which collides with my first post. Thank you.
Thanks again for your help!