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Hey guys,

I'm about to receive my 2roy vsr conversion kit in the mail, and I'm wondering if any of you actually have had the experience of replacing the original power bolt nozzle with the longer nozzle.

I am aware that the nozzle is actually part of the bolt face and not removable, so I'd like to get some opinions and methods that you may have used to install that nozzle securely.

 

Thanks

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Not sooo easy. But I drill it and then place the nozzle from the VSR kit into the bolt. To make sure that it's on the right spot I glue it into the bolt and let it in the weapon to dry. So the nozzle is in the exact right position to the chamber. After that I shorten it to the exact right length, by measuring the distance from the entry of the chamber to the HopUp itself. Considering that the BB has to fit exactly between the Nozzle and HopUp.

 

Precision%20Bolt%20in%20Receiver2.jpg

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Not sooo easy. But I drill it and then place the nozzle from the VSR kit into the bolt. To make sure that it's on the right spot I glue it into the bolt and let it in the weapon to dry. So the nozzle is in the exact right position to the chamber. After that I shorten it to the exact right length, by measuring the distance from the entry of the chamber to the HopUp itself. Considering that the BB has to fit exactly between the Nozzle and HopUp.

 

Precision%20Bolt%20in%20Receiver2.jpg

 

Thanks a ton. Great tips

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