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My gun was shooting 2 bbs every shot on semi. (not cycling twice though.) I went into the hop up and took everything out. The Bucking, nub, barrel. Then I put it all back together. My gun is shooting better now. 1 shot per trigger pull, but the accuracy has really become quite poor. Not terrible, just not as dead accurate as the gun was. I was known for having the gun with the best accuracy and range. Now I'm just stuck with an ak that shoots ok. PLEASE give me some help. Did I not put the barrel in right? Need a new bucking? IDK. First time putting the barrel in so maybe I put it in wrong. Is there a certain way it must be put in? Anything wouldhelp.

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if your bbs are flying to the left all the time or to the right all the time then it is your nub

The bbs don't curve in any specific direction. The groupings are just not as tight. And the hop up is working. The bbs sti curve up when the hop up is on. Could I have put the bucking in wrong or how can you put the nub in wrong?

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The bbs don't curve in any specific direction. The groupings are just not as tight. And the hop up is working. The bbs sti curve up when the hop up is on. Could I have put the bucking in wrong or how can you put the nub in wrong?

 

well when I took my hop-up apart for the first time I put the nub in akwardly and it was pressing up the bb wrong. You may have your bucking to far forward or backward.

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