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Linglingjr

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About Linglingjr

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  • Birthday 03/27/1996

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    troutdale OR
  • Interests
    track, cross country, distance running, airsoft, gaming(PSN:linglingjr), eating food

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  • SOA Name
    linglingjr
  • Airsoft Replicas Owned
    Army R85a1, upgraded Dboys SPR Mod 0, upgraded R8, HFC pocket mini gas pistol,CYMA CM.028 AK-47, utg shotgun, crappy well micro Uzi (AEP)
  1. That rail looks awesome... Why is everyone still obsessed with magpul and AR builds?
  2. IMO this won't make ASF anymore active. There will still be the 1 post members looking for what gun to buy and the >15 members that are on here weekly.
  3. Okay well that's good to know that the hop up is two pieces (I obviously had no idea when I typed that lol) I would say the spring in the mid caps are too strong. Not sure if this will work but try loading only 3-4 bbs in the mid caps and see if you notice a difference? You might want to leave them fully loaded over night or something if you think they're too strong. I can't really imagine them being too weak (but who knows)
  4. You're getting terrible range and compression because your mags are either pushing your hop up unit forward or backwards and killing the seal you should have between your air nozzle and hop up unit. I have zero experience with your replica (looks like it uses a normal v2 and a ar15 type hop?) Try to get the little spring that goes on front of your hop up unit (outside of the barrel) if you don't have one already. If you do, try to determine which direction your mags are pushing your hop up unit. You might have to make a spacer to keep the hop up from moving. EDIT: If you're slamming your mag in super hard it could also be pushing the hop unit up and the airnozzle could be pushing it out of alignment. Try to troubleshoot where the hop is getting pushed before you remove any more material from anything.
  5. If you do end up getting a mosfet you should also invest $10 in a cheap soldering kit and learn how to use it so you can rewire it yourself instead of having it sent out. It's super easy to learn and will come in handy down the road.
  6. I say dat CYMA mp5k if you're doing cqc. Nice and tiny and you can just strap/tape a lipo to the outside of it and look like a total bamf. Also, don't know what the other guy was saying -- it uses a normal v3 iirc and a short type motor.
  7. Don't lube your barrel. Try not to lube your bucking or air nozzle either it will just result in bbs jamming. I think you're supposed to use some special type of oil for bucking but I can't remember.
  8. You can test your seals really easily by covering the nozzle on the cylinder head and pushing the piston in while it's all lined up in the gear box. If it pushes in with out effort then you have a bad seal. Non of that has anything to do with your mechanical problems of over cycling though.
  9. ALICE gear.... that's all you need. Plus you can fit almost any mag in the pouches with out it looking stupid.
  10. No man but really if you want to have some fun build a vortex block and you have a lot more fun with that.
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