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Kireru

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  1. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Its random... First round i played i took 3-4 shots to see how the hop-up was set... perfect flight. We go out side, its about 16C/62F to 20C/68F+. We run around some, spot each other and then when i fire....straight drops. Thats atleast 10 min after my Hop-up shots. When emptying my mags, the drops were so random that i really cant tell what does it. Only thing i noticed was my rifle did sound different at times, like gas efficiency was a variable. I didnt do a control check and shoot each mag 3-4 times to determine if it was the mags not giving out enough gas, but some mags could shoot straight down and then the final shots would fly straight.
  2. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Ok guys - need some help here... I've had the TDC mod done a while ago, and my hop-up is still very very unstable. When emptying my mags after a disappointing gaming day i saw the BBs would drop insanely fast on one mag and then shoot well according to the Hop-up setting. This was the case with every of my 7 mags. V2 rifle. V1+ BCG. TDC mod. Precision barrel. Note: i had the Hop-up issue before the precision barrel got installed. Hop-up bulking was cleaned the day before and already on the first mag BBs starting dropping. suggestions?
  3. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Ok guys... lets try this. Tried out the V1+ bolt yesterday. It ran good but there was some issues. First of - the Bolt didnt cycle all that well after trying it out with mag nr. 2. It might have been me, that didnt lube it well enough. Also my hopup is way too inconsistent even though i have the TDC mod. I suspect it has something to due with the inner barrel allowing wobble, causing the some shots with hopup engadged, some with none at all. I currently have a Madbull outer barrel installed, and its abit off spec compaired to the stock one. I will try putting on the stock outer barrel to eliminate the wobble/hopup issue.
  4. Kireru

    KJW M4

    I got my Cradle V1+ yesterday, awesome package. I havn't shot with it yet, only to Chrono -the out of box FPS- which was roughly 140 m/s. The bolt is lighter, the action feels more crisp which i think it caused by the V1(+) design? But due to the ligther weight i expect lesser recoil. Will write more after it has seen its first battle
  5. Kireru

    KJW M4

    I had a coworker help with mine, since im more into the fine tuning of things than power tools. He made it look easy, but yea the prospect of screwing up and leaving you with a huge hole in the upper is kinda scary. Hope you get it fixed, since its well worth it
  6. Kireru

    KJW M4

  7. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Sooooo looking forward to my v1+
  8. Kireru

    KJW M4

    @Theme57 Unfortunately i live in a country that has very strict weapon laws. As a private citizen, you cant own a firearm, unless you are a member of a shooting club and have been an active member for over 2 years. Even then requiring a license to buy and own your own AR-type rifle is not easy. RS weapon parts are near impossible to get a hold of. Not only due to laws here, but US ITAR stops shipment of RS items as well... such as a trigger spring. Of course that's an exaggerated example, but it's not as easy as just ordering online.
  9. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Well she's been my main project for a while now, think i got her in January - and finally she's ready to prove herself on the fields of honor...or plastic BBs. The Cradle v1+ BCG and TDC is the only things i have/had in mind with mods or replacement when looking at performance. And from what i can understand, it's all you need done. I do wish there were a wider range of accessories like triggers, selector switches, springs and so forth.
  10. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Good to hear you got it fixed...if in doubt, use a bigger flame. I think its suppose to click. But TDC is recommended
  11. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Usually they are a tight fit - screwing it on the outer barrel or similar and then try counter twisting it off, might work.
  12. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Ok guys - i had the TDC mod made and it didnt work...(hold on) when i just dropped in the Madbull outer barrel. The little nudge/wiggle space the inner barrel had, did have an effect wether the hopup arm touched the hopup rubber or not. By adding a little spacer (small piece of rubberband) the inner barrel/hopup chamber did indeed get a better contact with the hopup arm, thus making the TDC mod perfect.
  13. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Hmm spacer didnt do the biggest difference. I'm very sure the little nudge has something to do with the arm having a good contact surface on the hopup rubber or not. In any case, BBs drop fast, so having one of the tech guys do a TDC mod on it...thanks to the fine people here at the forum sharing knowledge on how to.
  14. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Thank you Thank you... Getting the B&T Rotex silencer in that little front took some time and dremel. Overall i'm very pleased with how it turned out. Regarding the hopup, i have a Madbull CQB outer barrel installed and i noticed my hopup didnt react at all when turning the dial. I found out that when the outer barrel base(two piece barrel) when installed on the upper, that the inner barrel had about 0.5-1mm nudge space towards the inner and that had alot to say if the hopup arm had optimal contact on the rubber or not. I placed a small pin on the side of the outer barrel in the grooves where the hopup chamber inserts, to push the hopup chamber a little bit more towards the upper. Thus making the arm get full contact on the rubber. Havnt shot it yet to see if it made that much of a difference, will in a short while though. But with that spacer and small nudge on the inner barrel/hopup chamber, a visual check did show a more significant change in the hopup rubber
  15. Kireru

    KJW M4

    Almost done, just need a CTR stock.... I name you in the name of the Thunder BB god... Dark Phonix.
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