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M93r ns2 accuracy problem


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#1 carbott

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 02:59 PM

I just bought a m93r for Christmas and it is very inaccurate. I shot it at 75 ft with .25 gram bbs and it had a 3ft by 3ft grouping. I was shooting it in the cold about 15-25 degrees but I put gas and bbs in the mag inside my house. I cleaned the barrel to because it was filled with grease from the dealer. Will the gun be more accurate in the summer or should I be worried? This is also my first gbb gun.

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 03:09 PM

There's a whole bunch of things to consider for your accuracy.

1. New gun:  The gun needs to be broken in before it will fire smoothly
2. Cold: 15F-25F degrees is far too cold for proper use of a GBB pistol... 15C-25C degrees would be a bit better
3. Type of bbs: Because the bag/bottle/box says "High Precision Awesome Quality Performance Grade Number 1" doesn't necessarily mean "Good"  :P so you'll have to tell us the brand.
4. Stance: This gun is kinda difficult to aim.  Since it's new, you may have to get used to it's awkward handling.

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Posted 18 January 2011 - 03:30 PM

View PostSpiggy, on 18 January 2011 - 03:09 PM, said:

There's a whole bunch of things to consider for your accuracy.

1. New gun:  The gun needs to be broken in before it will fire smoothly
2. Cold: 15F-25F degrees is far too cold for proper use of a GBB pistol... 15C-25C degrees would be a bit better
3. Type of bbs: Because the bag/bottle/box says "High Precision Awesome Quality Performance Grade Number 1" doesn't necessarily mean "Good"  :P so you'll have to tell us the brand.
4. Stance: This gun is kinda difficult to aim.  Since it's new, you may have to get used to it's awkward handling.
Thank you so much for your answer I was getting worried. I'm sorry I was actually using airsoft elite .20 gram bbs.

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Posted 19 January 2011 - 08:40 PM

Yeah, try some better and heavier bb's.




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