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#1 Larry

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 06:22 AM

Since killerkeith's post is locked. Just save yourself some time and get a new soft bucking and nub. Sitting here looking at the 2g bucking in my hand, 6 weeks old. Never did work in my gun after cleaning soaking, ect. (hard as a rock), messed with that 2g way too long. Acted just like killerkeith explained. Got my SR10 shooting good with a lonex 50, now flat hopped with a G&G green and eraser nub (love the way it shoots now).  Two inch groups at 20 meters, and range is great. Due to the weather here in Atlanta I haven't been able to get groupings at longer ranges.
   Not a gun you can just take out of the box and shoot, this was my 2nd SR 10. The first one I took back due to the hop up not working good after a good barrel cleaning (didnt pull the bucking out of that one).
Bought an ATP last week, shoots great out of the box  :) . Believe that 2g is just too oil soaked to bring back to life. Would like to try one that is fresh, won't spent my money to try that out thou.
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Posted 16 February 2014 - 10:13 AM

KWA users have mixed results with the stock 2g Bucking.
For some, it seems to perform well and is preferred to after market Buckings.
In my own experience, I find much better performance with after-market Buckings.

With your specific gun, inner barrel, and your specific current Flat-hop set-up, you can expect accuracy at 90 yards with no issues.
Should you choose a 455mm inner barrel, 100 yard accuracy would be expected.
You have a great gun.
Now that you have your Hop-up taken care of, you can expect great performance for a long time out of your KWA gun.

Happy Airsofting.

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Posted 16 February 2014 - 01:57 PM

View PostLarry, on 16 February 2014 - 06:22 AM, said:

Since killerkeith's post is locked. Just save yourself some time and get a new soft bucking and nub. Sitting here looking at the 2g bucking in my hand, 6 weeks old. Never did work in my gun after cleaning soaking, ect. (hard as a rock), messed with that 2g way too long. Acted just like killerkeith explained. Got my SR10 shooting good with a lonex 50, now flat hopped with a G&G green and eraser nub (love the way it shoots now).  Two inch groups at 20 meters, and range is great. Due to the weather here in Atlanta I haven't been able to get groupings at longer ranges.
   Not a gun you can just take out of the box and shoot, this was my 2nd SR 10. The first one I took back due to the hop up not working good after a good barrel cleaning (didnt pull the bucking out of that one).
Bought an ATP last week, shoots great out of the box  :) . Believe that 2g is just too oil soaked to bring back to life. Would like to try one that is fresh, won't spent my money to try that out thou.
Send me one KWA.

FWIW, i think it was a double post.
http://www.kwausa.co...showtopic=12186

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 03:36 PM

Larry,

I am sorry to hear you have had the same problem. I bought a kwa for increase accuracy etc but it seems 50-50 yards is accurate as I can be with .28 bbs. How hard was it to do a flat hop?

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 03:43 PM

I am looking at buckings on evike now. Which do you guys seem to have the best luck with? They sell a flat hop bucking, what do you guys think about it?


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Posted 20 February 2014 - 09:16 PM

Personally, I love the G&G green buckings for all of my guns, very affordable too.

#7 Jesse Hammil

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Posted 20 February 2014 - 11:21 PM

Second the g&g green.

#8 Larry

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Posted 21 February 2014 - 01:55 AM

Go for the G&G, liked buy a lot of members in here as you have heard. Flipping the bucking inside out and shaving the rib and mound off is easy. Nub you can buy or make. Just make sure nub fits your barrel window good(cutting is needed in most cases).  Google some vids for flat hop and eraser nubs. I have a prommy bridge tensioner (blue nub) in my CA M4 with a prommy purple, and a G&G green with a homemade eraser nub in my SR10. Both guns shoot great. SR10 the best of the two (40 fps faster than my CA). Had the SR10 checked past Sunday, was shooting 415 fps with .20s, hop turned off. No upgrades besides the bucking and nub. Will try and get some 175/200ft results in next few days.

Edited by Larry, 21 February 2014 - 02:31 AM.





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