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  1. I'd sell it off and just mount some rails on the original handguard. It's got holes for screws and is perfect sized.
  2. jal3

    DMRs

    I like it. The stock and the handguard goes well together.
  3. What material is the nozzle made from, and is there any significant wear on the hopup rubber?
  4. It's not 2,8kg, that's just crazy, sorry. I've had the gold one, and the 1300gr on the box seems about right. 30% more than a hicapa.
  5. jal3

    DMRs

    No, you (or others for that matter) did not indicate that in your posts. You talk about going from 15c to 25c. C rating means little to us airsofters. It's a complicated thing about standardized testing for the manufacturer. When determining the product during their R&D, they use some different ideas than airsofters do. You get back the A discharge rating by multiplieing the Capacity in ampere with the C number. The C is short for Capacity. 25C is 25 * C, or 25 * 2 in case of a 25C 2000mAh battery. You can write 7,4v 2000mAh 25C or you can write 7,4v 50A, but you can't write
  6. jal3

    DMRs

    C is not a discharge unit. Discharge rating is measured in A. 12, 15, 25c etc alone is meaningless. Your common 1500mAh stocktube battery is rated for 35A+ burst discharges (which all airsoft discharges are). A normal 400fps 30rps rifle draws 20-25A. If you cannot pull a 440fps DMR, don't change the battery as a solution (altough it's the easiest) :<
  7. jal3

    DMRs

    Let me summarize the thread and repeat it for you very clearly. A: There is no such thing as velocity determing range. There is only energy (joule) and BB weight (air drag). B: Energy is derived by calculating velocity and weight together. C: It does not matter what accelerates the BB up to a given energy. D: 4,2J is the equivalent of a M210 AEG. It is VERY rare to see an AEG performing to it's 210m/s rating with a 0,40 and hopup dialed as such. If you compare your rifle with another persons AEG, both rifles must shoot EXACTLY the same. That is, both rifles must shoot 1
  8. jal3

    DMRs

    We can only judge you from what you write. Let me summarize the thread and repeat it for you very clearly. A: There is no such thing as velocity determing range. There is only energy (joule) and BB weight (air drag). B: Energy is derived by calculating velocity and weight together. C: It does not matter what accelerates the BB up to a given energy. D: 4,2J is the equivalent of a M210 AEG. It is VERY rare to see an AEG performing to it's 210m/s rating with a 0,40 and hopup dialed as such. If you compare your rifle with another persons AEG, both rifles must shoot EXACT
  9. jal3

    DMRs

    A general term for how long time a poppet valve is open. The time unit usually indicates how long time the solenoid that controls it is energized, not the actual time open.
  10. jal3

    DMRs

    Well it's hard to be short on that subject and still be constructive. Educating them on joule rules is incredibly hard. Field owners tend to be very stubborn. --- Brainteaser: One could also argue that a polarstar is LESS efficient with a lighter BB than AEG's are...
  11. jal3

    DMRs

    Not to jump on the bashwagon, but i gotta admit, he's a prime example of who shouldn't be sold a polar star. Little knowledge of airsoft and too arrogant to learn the tools used. I guess the point is; ignore the people who don't care and blame the fields for not filtering them out. They should update their rules to modern ones and enforce them properly. It's not hard really. Most fields here have switched to a raw joule limit, and it's actually simpler to enforce than the old methods. Perhaps Polarstar should include a small pamplet educating people on what joule is. This is the kind of
  12. jal3

    DMRs

    I'll give you that polarstar rifles get less energy than some gas rifles (900psi WE m4's, i'm looking at you), but it's still enough to be a problem. I ran mine at the following: 70psi black nozzle 363mm barrel Lowest dwell (think it was 15dP) I got 110m/s with 0,20 and 90m/s with 0,40. That's a 40% increase in energy from 0,20 to 0,40 (Most fields here run 1,69j max on auto rifles, so 90m/s 0,40 was the goal). When Short Stack is firing a 0,40 at 475fps, that's 4,2J, or in terms of tune up, a M210 Fullauto AEG. Frankly i find it frightening that people buy polar stars and aren't
  13. jal3

    DMRs

    No, what DarkLite said is 100% true. 4J 0,40 is 4J 0,40, no matter the energy source.
  14. +1 on the cinematography. 720P 60fps then slowed down right? The only thing that bothers me a bit is the shaking. Are you using a stabilizing mount of any kind?
  15. It's gearsim yo. 'FireKnife'
  16. 2 ring pattern. Try a different brand of BB. 'FireKnife'
  17. Okay that's some pretty badass kit then... I really like the color overlay used in the smoke scenes.
  18. Info about your camera rig Warbear!
  19. DEET is serious powerful stuff, i've seen mosquitoes land on my arm and roll off dead within seconds. Boonie hat and net cloth also helps greatly.
  20. [23:38] <JaL> hey [23:38] <JaL> could you ban me for and remove it again in 10 secs? need to test something [23:42] =-= Mode #arniesairsoft +b *!*@<ip> by Mosfut [23:42] =-= YOU (JaL) have been booted from #arniesairsoft by Mosfut (JaL) [23:42] [iNFO] You are banned from this channel. [14:17] [iNFO] You are banned from this channel. <---today Could you handle this? Thank you.
  21. Don't know if you knew it, but the outer and inner barrel is quick detachable like the real one (with a bit of modding). Makes getting the box out a lot easier than disassembling the entire front.
  22. Same here, their customer service is severely lacking. It seems like the safest bet is to buy through Amped Airsoft, though that's a bit bad if one wants to be a reseller.
  23. :0 You weren't afraid of radiation dangers? I am not in these videos or affiliated with the people in them.
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