Found 10 search results for keyword: accuracy

Jan 06

Hopup and accuracy

Strictly speaking, the back spinning effect created by the hopup function often produce uncertainty and can lead to poorer accuracy. However, we have to face the reality – without back spinning the bullets will not fly far enough. The behavior of a poorly designed hopup unit tends to be unpredictable and unfixable. Test your hopup …

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Jan 04

Barrel length and accuracy

With a short inner barrel, the only way to achieve better bullet stability is to use heavier BBs such as 0.25g. At the stock power level, you should not use anything heavier than this. You will also need to use a slightly stronger spring to compensate for the drop in FPS due to the heavier …

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Jan 06

High precision barrel

High precision barrel helps increase both the muzzle velocity and the accuracy of an AEG by downsizing the inner diameter from the stock 6.08mm to 6.04mm or less. Most high precision barrels are highly polished on the inside (nickel-plated and teflon coated) for minimizing wear and tear.    

Jan 03

Bore-Up cylinder

A Bore-Up cylinder is a cylinder with extra capacity for storing pre-compressed air. You may consider the use of a Bore-Up cylinder if: you have switched to a very long barrel (refer to the high accuracy upgrade section). you are going way beyond 400FPS. The marginal gain in performance brought by the use of Bore-Up …

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Jan 03

Going over 400FPS

If you plan to upgrade to 400FPS+, you may better also move to 0.25g BBs. 0.20g BBs are way too light at this power level and will not deliver the accuracy you need. If you plan to go over 450FPS+, consider the use of 0.30g BBs for maximum flight path stability. By the way, heavy …

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May 01

2011 – Practical Airsoft AEG Upgrade 2011 Edition

Practical Airsoft AEG Upgrade 2011 Edition, with coverage on the latest EBB technology Before upgrading an AEG, it is suggested that you first define your upgrade objective(s). What do you want to achieve? High FPS? High ROF? High accuracy? And how high is high by the way? The book is organized based on the primary …

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May 01

2014 updated – Airsoft Technology Self-Paced Training Series: Introduction to M249 AEG

Learn the mainstream M249 AEG architecture The M249 is a light machine gun LMG. It is in fact the American adaptation of the FN Minimi. First introduced in 1984, it aims to provide infantry squads with massive volume of fire without sacrificing accuracy and portability. The real steel comes with a quick-change barrel so an …

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May 01

2011 – Practical Gas Airsoft Pistols Upgrade & Maintenance SPECIAL EDITION: Covering Hi Capa Upgrade for IPSC Practical Shooting

Gas powered airsoft handguns have been around for many years. They have gradually evolved from simple fixed slide pistols to advanced blow back guns capable of semi and full auto firing. The way these gas guns work is never simple. In fact, gas guns are way more complicated than their electric counterparts: In the world …

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May 01

2010 – Practical AEG Upgrade 2010 Edition

Practical AEG Upgrade 2010 Edition, with model specific coverage on MP5, M4, G3, G36, FAMAS, P90, M14, AK and many more… Before upgrading an AEG, it is suggested that you first define your upgrade objective(s). What do you want to achieve? High FPS? High ROF? High accuracy? And how high is high by the way? …

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Books

You may search for our books by typing in the Year of publication , or by keywords in the titles. Throughout the site we categorize our books based on their year of publication and also by their nature (AEG, Gas, Tactics…etc). Only printed books are listed. Retired publications (those published before 2010) are not listed.   Major categories …

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