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OK So I bought a M700 Preban heres what has been done
Prometheus 6.03 tight bore
deepfire custom tanaka bucking,
mags tapped for HPA
I am looking for consistent shots out to 300 ft at 500 fps
I think this will do it?
Anything else I should upgrade ?
Will this drop into to a Remmy BDL stock with out to many mods?
thanks
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I think the only thing your missing is the hpa rig as stated. My m700 made 300ft shots with no problem when I was rolling with it. The only problem was that I didn't have a rig for the consistancy.

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It's really up to you, whatever your comfortable with. The 12oz tank isn't too large so it'll fit pretty well within your gear, or you could go to something a little larger like a 16oz or a 20oz which is obviously going to be a bit more bulky. You could also go with 12g cartridges if you do what this guy did:


Either way, like i said, it's more about picking something that you're comfortable with carrying all around the field.
 

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Palmer's come pre-assembled also unless you buy each part separately.

Also to the OP: Make some barrel spacers; they will helpout a ton. I would also get the upgraded nozzle that's slightly longer. The G&G parts help with consistency also (striker spring, magazine plungers, gas route spring, red rubber bolt seal, etc.) and they are fairly cheap.
 

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Palmer's come pre-assembled also unless you buy each part separately.

Also to the OP: Make some barrel spacers; they will helpout a ton. I would also get the upgraded nozzle that's slightly longer. The G&G parts help with consistency also (striker spring, magazine plungers, gas route spring, red rubber bolt seal, etc.) and they are fairly cheap.
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