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Complete Barrel Length Chart And Barrel To Cylinder Relation Chart


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#1 Aimfor1337

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Posted 25 December 2007 - 12:49 PM

This is NOT by me.

here's the grand list:

TM MP5K: 110mm
TM Vz61: 127.5mm
TM MP5K PDW: 141mm
TM/Wellfire MP7A1: 182mm
STAR UMP: 195mm
G&G UMG: 205mm
TM/China Clone/Hap-Dong G3SAS: 208mm
STAR L85A2 Carbine: 220mm
TM/ICS/CA/Academy/China Clone MP5A4/A5/RAS/SD5/SD6: 229mm
VFC AKS74UN/Academy AK74SU: 229mm
CA HK53: 229mm
TM AK Beta Spetnaz: 229mm
TM UZI: 245mm
TM/CA/China Clone G36C: 247mm
TM/China Clone P90: 247mm
TM CAR15: 247mm
TM/Academy SG552: 247mm
CA M15CQB: 280mm
TM MC51: 285mm
TM M733/M1A1 Thompson: 300mm
CA SA58: 335mm
CA36K/STAR G36K: 357mm
Academy M4A1: 360mm
TM M4A1/M4RIS/SR16: 363mm
TM SG551: 363mm
Toystar K1A: 363mm
STAR FNC: 363mm
CA M15 Carbine Series: 363mm
JLS FN2000: 363mm
SRC XM8: 368mm
CA SCAR L: 384mm
CA SLR105A1: 415mm
ICS AK74M: 415mm
VFC AK74 Series: 415mm
CA HK33E: 430mm
TM Type 89/89S: 437mm
TM SOCOM16: 440mm
TM AK47/AK47S: 455mm
STAR/G&P/TOP/CA M249 Para: 455mm
CA M14 SCOUT: 463mm
G&G M14 SOC16: 463mm
TM G3A3/G3A4/G3SG1: 469mm
CA SARM41: 469mm
Academy L85A1: 470mm
FA-MAS F1/FA-MAS SV: 472mm
VFC Mk43 Mod 0: 475mm
TM M14/China Clone: 500mm
Academy M16A1: 504mm
CA G36E: 509mm
TM/CA M16A1/A2/VN: 509mm
TM/CA AUG: 509mm
ICS/G&G/STAR L85A1/A2: 509mm
STAR G36: 509mm
TOP/STAR/CA/G&P M249 Mk1/MK2: 509mm
CA SR25 Match/AR10: 510mm
G&G M14/CA M14: 520mm
TM SG550: 534mm
STAR L86A2: 550mm
TM PSG-1: 590mm

props to absdisc for the list

Barrel to Cylinder Relation Chart, also NOT by me.

Type A or Type 0for 530mm - 451mm barrels.

Type B or the hole all of the way up for 450mm - 401mm barrels.

Type C or 3/4ths of the way up hole for 400mm - 301mm barrels.

Type D or half way up hole for 300mm - 251mm barrels.

Type E or a quarter of the way up hole for 251-, AEP's have different cylinders.

Edited by Aimfor1337, 16 March 2008 - 12:38 AM.

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-M4/M16 Variant Specialist-


Did someone mention Total Electrical Overhaul?

QUOTE
Opsic66 (11:11:27 PM): I say give her a good f*cking round house to the abdomen...
Aimfor1337 (11:11:31 PM): LOL
Opsic66 (11:11:32 PM): but there's a reason I'm not a dad

Powertools? Yes... I've got em

#2 Element_Unknown

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Posted 29 December 2007 - 12:06 PM

Just a quick FYI since your stating that you work on AEG's.

Although it's great to repost information manufacturers provide a true AEG specialist's main focus is to provide the customer with what they want. Many times these barrel/cylinder relationships are simply at best a rough baseline.

Example: I personally build solid airseal setups. Period. From there ROF/power mix is assumed and so far I have never required more than a 1.5:1 and gone as low as 1.3:1 cylinder volume:barrel volume ratio. What does this mean?

With a solid sealed system.. I need no more than an additonal 30-50% extra cylinder volume to ensure the bb has left the barrel. This optimizes ROF and battery life.

2:1 or greater ratios which are being implied by the statement that a Type B cylinder is required for a 450mm - 400mm barrel length applies to stock barrels where there is a greater outlet of air escaping passed the bb and through the standard leakage areas.

Why do I say this.. just to simply explain that hands on experience surpasses any guide or baseline statistic. Everyone's AEG has its own personal issues. I have personally dumped a Type B cylinder on a 385mm barrel CA SCAR just to help this trigger smashing full auto deviant from grenading his tappet plate. The larger cylinder slowed the cyclic rate quite a bit.. at the expense of unecessary battery power usage from unecessary excess cylinder compression stroke length.

Great post of information... just do not base all actions off of it.

#3 Aimfor1337

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Posted 29 December 2007 - 01:07 PM

QUOTE (Element_Unknown @ Dec 29 2007, 11:06 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Just a quick FYI since your stating that you work on AEG's.

Although it's great to repost information manufacturers provide a true AEG specialist's main focus is to provide the customer with what they want. Many times these barrel/cylinder relationships are simply at best a rough baseline.

Example: I personally build solid airseal setups. Period. From there ROF/power mix is assumed and so far I have never required more than a 1.5:1 and gone as low as 1.3:1 cylinder volume:barrel volume ratio. What does this mean?

With a solid sealed system.. I need no more than an additonal 30-50% extra cylinder volume to ensure the bb has left the barrel. This optimizes ROF and battery life.

2:1 or greater ratios which are being implied by the statement that a Type B cylinder is required for a 450mm - 400mm barrel length applies to stock barrels where there is a greater outlet of air escaping passed the bb and through the standard leakage areas.

Why do I say this.. just to simply explain that hands on experience surpasses any guide or baseline statistic. Everyone's AEG has its own personal issues. I have personally dumped a Type B cylinder on a 385mm barrel CA SCAR just to help this trigger smashing full auto deviant from grenading his tappet plate. The larger cylinder slowed the cyclic rate quite a bit.. at the expense of unecessary battery power usage from unecessary excess cylinder compression stroke length.

Great post of information... just do not base all actions off of it.


Yes, I understand, and thankyou for pointing this out. I too use experience to fix other people's age problems, not just by watching a video on mechbox.com. I use guides sometimes, like for the FAMAS gearbox, (v.1) or the G36c takedown, just so I can get everything done properly on the externals, but when it comes to mechboxes, I use my own information. (exp.) I just posted this guide to help someone make a choice, this guide was not really intended to explain the barrel-conversion chart, just the barrel lengths. I just put that other guide in there because I found it.
PM/IM Me for AEG work.

-M4/M16 Variant Specialist-


Did someone mention Total Electrical Overhaul?

QUOTE
Opsic66 (11:11:27 PM): I say give her a good f*cking round house to the abdomen...
Aimfor1337 (11:11:31 PM): LOL
Opsic66 (11:11:32 PM): but there's a reason I'm not a dad

Powertools? Yes... I've got em

#4 Element_Unknown

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Posted 29 December 2007 - 01:24 PM

Oh totally understandable. I apologize if I came off like you needed to explain your reasons for posting this. By all means any information is great to have spread amongst the community. I just wanted others to understand that in airsoft there are so many variables and means to get to the same desired goals that one should not limit themselves to one set chart or website.

But please keep up the good work. Compiling data on an assortment of rifles is always greatly needed for general comparisons!!!

#5 JackCY

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Posted 24 June 2010 - 01:59 PM

CA SA58 Carbine + OSW: 335mm
CA SA58 Rifle: 435mm
both 6.08mm

#6 Messinator

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Posted 24 June 2010 - 03:54 PM

Necro bump.
Lock please?

#7 The Irish Marksman

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Posted 24 June 2010 - 08:10 PM

Not a Necro if your adding useful information, like JackCY is.

#8 Baraethon

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Posted 24 June 2010 - 11:24 PM

IMO this should be stickied, a lot of good info here.




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