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Rugger_can June 16th, 2010 23:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by Thenooblord (Post 1256116)
if you're in a pinch you can take out the floating valve and fill the top half with hot glue, should put you ate 330-350 or so but you gotta know what ur doing

Dude, it's 22 bucks US plus shipping, so instead of suggesting a homebrew fix that most likely will result in an undesired outcome why not just agree that the reducer is a great option. Its cheap and well made. You need to stop trying to reinvent the wheel mate :).


Cheers

Castle June 16th, 2010 23:09

Quote:

Originally Posted by Rugger_can (Post 1256125)
Dude, it's 22 bucks US plus shipping, so instead of suggesting a homebrew fix that most likely will result in an undesired outcome why not just agree that the reducer is a great option. Its cheap and well made. You need to stop trying to reinvent the wheel mate :).


Cheers

Beat me to it. No wonder your guns break so quickly, nooblord. :p

Thenooblord June 16th, 2010 23:14

hey I ran my KJW for 3 weeks on my hot glue valve with no issues at all, and I do have the velocity reducer now, just couldnt afford it for the first bit ;p

Rugger_can June 16th, 2010 23:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Thenooblord (Post 1256138)
hey I ran my KJW for 3 weeks on my hot glue valve with no issues at all, and I do have the velocity reducer now, just couldnt afford it for the first bit ;p

:P


I know how that is, Still saving my pennies for upgrades for my latest toy. But Im just saying that if your going to suggest a homebrew fix you might want to include a guideline or something. In anycase tinker away its your gun(s) and you can do whatever you wish with them.


Cheers.

baker_Jeff June 17th, 2010 00:35

In Canada:

http://www.albertaairsoft.com/store/...id_product=790

Castle June 28th, 2010 22:40

Would someone with an original box be willing to do me a favor and measure its dimensions (height x length x width) for me? This is the box, not the gun. Thanks in advance!

baker_Jeff June 29th, 2010 10:36

Quote:

Originally Posted by Castle (Post 1264041)
Would someone with an original box be willing to do me a favor and measure its dimensions (height x length x width) for me? This is the box, not the gun. Thanks in advance!

91 cm x 28 cm x 10 cm

:)

Castle July 3rd, 2010 23:24

Quote:

Originally Posted by baker_Jeff (Post 1264254)
91 cm x 28 cm x 10 cm

:)

Much thanks!

baker_Jeff July 3rd, 2010 23:24

My pleasure :)

theshaneler July 7th, 2010 20:02

has anyone installed the cradle airsoft FPS adjuster?

how many shims, and which ones, will be needed to get the gun under 400FPS on .2s

although im sure it will vary from gun to gun, i just want to know what i should be slapping in there as i don't have a chrony handy, and i have a game that needs <400 the same day that it is coming in the mail.

eventually i will tune it down to <350 for indoor use, but seeing as i will only have about an hour with the gun, ill want to get it under 400 for sure.

LocoYokoPoco July 8th, 2010 05:43

So I got the gun. The buffer tube was a lot easier to remove than I thought. Just make sure you twist the brass tube off the receiver. DON'T Drill or Cut the black metal ring in the receiver.

Anyways, does anyone know of the Dboys SIR rail system will fit in the KJW M4?

http://www.hopairsoft.com/index.php?...&product_id=95

Thanks.

theshaneler July 10th, 2010 16:49

got my gun the other day, front hand-guard was cracked out of the box :(

good news is, my G&P m4 grips fit. they are really hard to get on, and they dont quite sit right, but they do fit.

i have also gotten the gun to shoot under 350 with .2s with the cradle airsoft velocity adjuster. i cant wait to use this beast indoors!!!

Thenooblord July 10th, 2010 16:50

any1 know where to get replacement Orings for the Cradle piston?

Amos July 10th, 2010 19:14

a machine shop

Thenooblord July 10th, 2010 19:25

could you be a little more specific?


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