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#1 caelanbd

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Posted 23 February 2014 - 07:55 PM

I am looking to upgrade a few basic things on my sr10. I really love this gun..... I have gotten rid of all my G&G Top Tech guns because this gun just takes the cake! I am finally ready to do a few minor upgrades and would like your advice.

Mods id like to do:

1. Mad bull 6.03 425mm inner barrel
2. G&G green bucking
3. Madbull  m120 or m130 spring.

*I do shoot on full auto quite a bit in big games.

I havent tried using .30g bbs yet which I am going to try next big game. I have been using .25 g bbs but i would like to get a bit more accuracy and range.

Thanks Caelan

Edited by caelanbd, 23 February 2014 - 07:57 PM.


#2 Larry

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 06:19 AM

It already shoots 400 fps stock or better, if not now it will after the G&G green bucking (mine 415fps w/.20s). Even with hop up adjusted to over hop .28 still shoots 410 w/.20s. Check your feild limits. I would flat hop the bucking for range. Barrel choise is up to you, way too many opinions on that. I have installed a JBU high torque and a 7.4 2200mah, 20 rps . Anyone know what a good spring would be to drop 15 fps, may help both of us?

Edited by Larry, 24 February 2014 - 06:28 AM.


#3 vanevery

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 07:49 AM

Keep it simple and work within your skill level.

Suggestions:
- SP120 Main Spring
- Full / Type-O Cylinder
- Shimming:
If you like to run full-auto a lot of the time, you need at least one shim on each axle end of each gear. This will displace the force load and heat thus protecting your Ball Bearing Bushings.

Hop-up:
- Your stock Inner Barrel is excellent: 425mm / 6.05 SR Series barrel.
Stay with it and see what it can do.
- G&G Green Bucking
Drop-in or modified, thus thing is awesome.

Ammo:
Quality heavy ammo of at least .30.
I suggest .32's and there are a handful of good brands to try.
Elite Force, Boi-Shot, Golden Ball.

Good luck and keep us posted.

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 05:35 PM

Unfortunately I all ready bought the mb 6.03tbb.i did my first inner barrel change, bucking and nub. I went with a G&G bucking but had to trim it a bit to get the clip to fit. I also coated the bucking in silicone grease for a better seal and easier install. Silicone grease has no petroleum product in it so the bucking shouldnt swell from it. Got it back together and shoots properly as far as I know. I will be doing a accuracy,  hop up and range test tomorrow.  Ill let ya know how it goes. Thanks again for the feedback.

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 06:41 PM

That is fine. I believe you are speaking of the MadBull 455mm / 6.03tbb. Fantastic barrel and will perform great with the G&G Green Bucking. You will not be disappointed.

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Posted 24 February 2014 - 07:31 PM

I don't think there will be a difference in accuracy between the two barrel.  I actually prefer the kwa barrel compared to the madbull barrels anyway.  If you are looking for more range, I cannot stress more how much rhop does to increase range and accuracy.

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Posted 25 February 2014 - 05:06 PM

View Postiwamofo, on 24 February 2014 - 07:31 PM, said:

I don't think there will be a difference in accuracy between the two barrel.  I actually prefer the kwa barrel compared to the madbull barrels anyway.  If you are looking for more range, I cannot stress more how much rhop does to increase range and accuracy.
I have played around with rhop, range was good, consistency is where I was having trouble. Back to flat hopping. Any suggestions or videos u can suggest to get me over the hump on the rhop. Materials, do you glue it in the barrel?

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Posted 25 February 2014 - 05:19 PM

View PostLarry, on 25 February 2014 - 05:06 PM, said:

I have played around with rhop, range was good, consistency is where I was having trouble. Back to flat hopping. Any suggestions or videos u can suggest to get me over the hump on the rhop. Materials, do you glue it in the barrel?

All my rhop installs have been with IR-hops which are the precut versions that save you some steps in the install.  Less steps, less chances to mess up.  Make sure when you are sanding down the rhop, you are using high grit sand paper and you are shaving the rhop evenly on both sides.  Yes, I do glue the rhop on the barrel when I'm done but if you don't, it won't affect the performance or anything.  Glueing the rhop just secures the rhop on the barrel so it won't go flying.  There are a lot of great youtube videos you can just look up which is pretty much how I learned how to install the rhops.  It is a lot of trial and error so keep working on it.




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