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|#49 - More like the mechanism inside the mag stopped working, so he … [+] (1 new reply)||03/02/2015 on Joining mid game||0|
|#11 - It's CYMA if I recall correctly, but man I haven't played in a…||03/01/2015 on Joining mid game||+2|
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#90 - beldepinda (03/02/2015) [-]
Haha, I would if I could. But there are quite a few things more attractive for the airsoft sides. Don't get me wrong tough! I would love to own a real firearm but there are quite a few things:
1) I'm from an eurofag country, and if I remember correctly we have one of the most strickest gunlaws in Europe. We cannot own anything thats fully automatic or chambers large rounds
2) static shooting, while the sweet thrill of recoil and the smell of gunpowder has alot of attraction. I just love running around in the woods to much, stalking on my prey and be stalked, or the teamwork when you NEED to capture that objective and you have that thrill if you defend a spot to the last man, knowing that you for surely will go down but take as many of the opposing team with you down.
3) Collecting gear, as with real guns you can collect guns. But seeing that outside of grenade launchers everything from airsoft is allowed here. I can have my nugget, altough it fires pellets instead of glorious motherlands rounds. Eh, I can life with that.
Sorry for my long /rant
#38 - anonexplains (03/02/2015) [-]
either that or he just wants to emulate a type 99.
#40 - jafkdb (03/02/2015) [-]
You can't have the hop up upside down, but you can have too much hop or it could be a couple different problems. The arm on the hop up could be stuck in a full down position and cause the bbs to kick down quickly, happened to me a while back. Took a while to figure out what was wrong.
#34 - enkmaster (03/02/2015) [-]
I like him. He knows what he's talking about.
Captain anime (you know damn well who im talking about) is someone I like a bit less. He's knowledgeable, but he's elitist as all hell about guns.
On the gun board.
Anything that isnt some expensive custom AR or HK handgun is, apparently, trash. I guess people can't possible enjoy firearms that aren't the most modern, efficient weaponry available. God forbid someone prefer historical firearms.
#35 - hourlyb (03/02/2015) [-]
Yeah, but does he have to be a cunt about it off the gun board as well?
Like, seriously, I get that they are off topic on the board though that can be argued , but we aren't on the board now are we. Just a piece of content.
He's smart about guns, but he's still a cunt.
Same goes for our anime friend, but with the added bonus of acting like he's Dan fucking Bilzerian.
#6 - edgecutter (03/01/2015) [-]
Still a proud owner of a JG G36C. Managed to make this thing outrange every other Tokyo Marui and expensive gun in my local fields. I can thank all the DIY shit I found on the internet for that.
Moved on to ICS L85A2 in hopes of making this thing even better than my JG G36C
What kind of M14 you got? CYMA? Tokyo Marui? I've heard the M14-style hop up is godtier.
#20 - edgecutter (03/01/2015) [-]
I can't comment on the exact numbers. I know I was able to get half of an A4 paper groupings at 40 meters. I'm sure I went beyond the 60 meter milestone techies have around here. That was with quite a big airleak (which opened up over time because of poorly stretched piston o-ring). Currently fixing it with some Italian bore up cylinder that is popular with the Walloons. If I work everything correctly, I could manage even more range than normal. (Volume balancing, proper air sealing, installing my Ghop/Rhop more skillfully, etc.)
Reasons for why I chose the L85 was because as a eurofag, I absolutely and completely refuse to even touch an M4/M16/AR rifle. I also wanted to be a "speshul snowflake" at the field. Everyone and their dog is either wielding a G36, M4 or similar.
Except for the local wehrmacht reenactors who wield Kar98K's and STG44's. Those guys are awesome.
I actually wanted a JG AUG at first since I still had a small budget and desperately wanted a bullpup to accomodate the 455mm sweetspot barrel length.
The guys at the shop had a Polish brand AUG in stock but almost refused to sell it to me because it was too shit quality and suggested I look into ICS, G&P and VFC rifles.
Still determined on bullpups I went the L85 route. It's ICS, easy to disassemble, a dream of a gearbox to work on and hop up seems to work great for many people.
The hop-up is apparently very sensitive, which was perfect for my R-hopping plans.
This gun seemed to me to be every DMR builder/techies dream.
The only thing I still have to work around is the MOSFET because ICS foolishly believes their magic trigger system will stop the contacts from frying.
I also want to prove a point to many of the local airfags here. They're under the spell that only sniper rifles have long range. I'm going to make my L85 outrange their sniper rifles, but first I need to deplete the stock of 0.25g bb's I have left. It'd be a waste if I switched to 0.3g right now. (100 yard shot is my objective)
So yeah, long story short. I'm a stubborn prick for picking the L85A2.
#89 - beldepinda (03/02/2015) [-]
I have to say, getting so much range out of a JG suprises me (as seeing that the local guys over here that have those expensive TM and Systema's have a hard time getting to that range) So I have to applaud you on your persistency and determination.
(Eurofag here 2) I see your point there, and I must admit that im everyones dog (I happen to have 2 m4's thanks to a deal) and I guess you are from Germany?
Phew, thats quite a long barrel (my DMR m4 had one of 500mm) but since its bullpup the rifle will not be that heavy (mine was +5kg)depending on the gimmicks I attached) How are you going to get enough air down your barrel for such a long barrel? And what type of barrel ya using? Precision or widebore?
I know that some MOSFET's indeed prevent of the frying of contacts, but those are ussually not in a low price range. (We have a few guys in my team running a BOLT sopmod and they put 11.4V in their replica's) and rewiring is not that a big problem if you have some soldeering skills
I wish you luck with your build, and may your enemys cower in fear for your L85!
#91 - edgecutter (03/02/2015) [-]
Oh no, the point of the MOSFET is by definition to reroute the electrical current.
The MOSFET itself acts as a gate between the motor and the battery. All the trigger would be there for is to act as a signal as to when to open said gate.
So every MOSFET prevents the frying of the triggers. It's just that some MOSFETs have LiPo monitoring and auto-fuses which makes things a bit more hasslefree battery-wise.
It's just a problem with the L85A2 because it has a special spring loaded trigger system which indeed prevents the carbonization of the trigger contacts but does not prevent them from possibly frying under high voltage. So I need to find a way to jam a small MOSFET in somewhere.
As for the barrel, currently the stock Type-0 cylinder will be enough. I'm planning on running a Madbull 499mm barrel (or a ZCI 500mm barrel, depending on what is cheaper and more cost-effective). Although according to many tests, 455mm is the best barrel length for a Type-0 cylinder, going 45mm over the mark won't be that bad. Barrel length is ultimately a small factor in the entire accuracy debate. (Still, if it has influence, then I'm still going to factor that in) So yeah, I'll go with precision. Though I'd rather use a 6.08, the only ones of good quality in that size are PDI.
PDI are either extremely expensive locally (150€) or I have to ship them over from Japan. Not only that but the hop-up window is built in such a weird way that making hop up modifications is simply impossible without milling out the hop up window on a PDI barrel.
So going with a Madbull and doing a barrel lapping round to it whenever I get to buying diamond paste and those fancy 3D printed scrapers is my best option.
As 2 sidenotes here. I'm actually not from Germany, I'm from Belgium. Wildly different laws from what I've seen, haha!
Also, building a rifle that reaches out to 60 meters isn't that tough. The local techies all say they have no trouble reaching to 60 meters. It's just a milestone to see who is experienced in teching or not. I did it through cutting up a Systema hop up rubber (though, you can pick any soft rubber. Even a piece of silicone tubing) and glueing the patch you cut out on the hop up window itself. It's an inherently better hop up system than using a stock bucking with a bucking mound. Just look around on the internet for G-hop or R-hop. Some names to look up would be HunterSeeker5 as he "invented" the R-hop system.
#95 - beldepinda (03/02/2015) [-]
Ah oke, I never spend much time looking into the MOSFET itself. And that is quite a hassle indeed with that L85 then, on what voltage are you going to run it? Or are you doing it as a just to be sure countermeasure? And maybe you can remove the old MOSFET to replace it for a new one, or is the stock one intergrated into the system?
Aye don't talk me about that expensive PDI barrels, even with free import those things are really expensive. And, I have yet to see someone with it that exceeds by far madbull or prommy barrels.
Ah, in the summer im going to belgium probaly to airsoft there. Can you recommend any fields to play on? (I favor woodland with loads of sneaky sneaky options)
True, but seeing as the sport here is just legalised (about a year or two) we yet have to have alot of expierenced players with the knowledge of know hows.
I know those things work, currently I have all my replica's either R-hopped or flat-hopped. Altough my best setup uses a flat-hop since I got way to much hop with a extended R-hop (we can use only up to 0.3 here, and I even needed to turn the pressure down on my replica to get not to much hop with a 0.3)
#109 - edgecutter (03/02/2015) [-]
You're misunderstanding here. The L85 doesn't have a built in MOSFET. It's basically a specially made proprietary trigger system. It simulates how a trigger on a real gun would work. You basically have a little hammer under tension of a spring, and once you pull the trigger to release tension, it slams the trigger contacts into the other contacts to close the circuit.
The reason I don't go PDI is mostly because of the hop up window which needs modifying. If I had access to some good tools like a milling machine, I'd have gone PDI, no brainer. Reason for that is because the trick to getting PDI barrels "on the cheap" is to ship it directly from their company.
www.x-fire.org/etop/08.html (6.08 barrels)
www.x-fire.org/etop/05.html (6.05 barrels)
Belgium just has massive import taxes which is a great dealbreaker for me, aside from the hop up window.
Currently, I only regularly go to 2 fields. "Fort Knox" (or Fort van Koningshooikt in Sint-Katelijne-Waver) and some field in Antwerpen, Schoten which is organized by a Dutch group.
I'm planning on going to Walloon fields soon though, I've heard very good things of the "WolfAirsoft" organization. www.wolfairsoftevent.be/
I only started a year ago, so my knowledge on all the fields is limited. That said, I exclusively play woodland unless I feel like playing somewhere else entirely.
I'll probably have played on these new terrains by the summer, if you want you can add me on FJ and I'll tell you about them once I've played there.
A site I absolutely recommend if you're obsessed with upgrading like I am is " Airsoftmechanics.com "
I wholeheartedly recommend their beginner tutorials they put in the technical sections. HunterSeeker5 who I mentioned is also very active on that site, along with many "well-known" airsoft technicians.
#110 - beldepinda (03/02/2015) [-]
Ah that way, but that seems easy to re-rout. You can just bypass or completly remove that part. (A friendly reminder that I kinda suck with electrotechnicks so I may be massive in the wrong there)
Mhm, maybe check out your local hardware/tech shop? Those guys ussually help with loads of stuff (like tapping of magazines, crowning barrels etc) and they ussually do it pretty cheap.
Same over here in the Netherlands, 21% BTW not funny when you want parts out of America.
And I heard good things about both Fort Knox and Schoten. So it seems I will need to cointoss between them. And, I would love to hear about your expierences! Do you happen to run an action camera?
And eh, im not interested in PDI barrels. I already got a decked out m4 with to expensive stuff in it (But it was oh so worth it) and im currently not upgrading anything else. Thanks for all the info still! I will for sure check out
airsoftmechanics for I indeed want everything to the max (a)
#11 - xfrankie (03/01/2015) [-]
It's CYMA if I recall correctly, but man I haven't played in a long ass time.
The hop-up was golden once adjusted properly, but it had its limits too... Namely, weight. I tried to go long-range that's where the scope came handy but was using light BB's - 0.2 / 0.24 gram - which had no chance of flying that far...
Later I tried 0.4 gram and those flew pretty far, but I guess they were just too heavy. The 0.4's arced from the very start regardless of the hop-up setting... Unlike the lighter ones which did actually fly pretty straight almost for the entire trajectory.
Most fun I had was when I turned the gun sideways and tried to shoot the guys hiding behind a tree... Worked wonders with the 0.2's.Their faces were priceless when they thought they were safely hidden because "hey he's all the way over there" and then bam, hit from the side without being flanked.
Yeah those were the good days before college.
#4 - armwulf (03/01/2015) [-]
Airsoft and magazines always seemed odd to me.
Why not have an internal magazine that stops firing every 30 rounds
Then you take the dummy magazine out and put a second one in, alternating between the two for every reload to make the gun fire again.
Seems it'd have a lot less jamming, save a lot of money on magazines.
#7 - anonexplains (03/01/2015) [-]
There are too many idiots in Airsoft/Paintball. The type of idiots to spam projectiles in your general direction even though they can't even properly compensate for projectile drop over long distances. In paintball I've seen guys go through 3 whole hoppers(the equivalent of a 250 rnd magazine) in 1 game. Although they're shit, if you're within their range it becomes impractical to limit yourself so severely just for that little bit of realism.
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