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Bonka

Member Since 09 Aug 2011
Offline Last Active May 24 2013 06:52 PM
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In Topic: GoG eXtcy; my thoughts

20 October 2011 - 05:02 PM

I was the one with the on/off asa oring being chewed up most likely due to something not being finished properly in the asa. Someone at GoG did say to send it in when I got a chance and if he couldn't fix it he'd replace the asa. He did mention that he hasn't heard of anyone else having this issue, and that's likely the case. So to anyone looking at getting an eXTCy, you shouldn't have to worry about this happening to you unless you're very unlucky with products having issues like my family is.

In Topic: upgrade question for gog extcy

20 October 2011 - 04:07 PM

There's no reason to buy upgrades for that gun. It works fine stock. If you got anything, I'd go with the trigger since the stock trigger isn't the best. Don't see the point in pouring money in to upgrades on a $250 gun. If you're really that set on getting upgrades that will essentially do very little, just wait and check out the Etha as you said.

In Topic: Extcy Drop Off

15 October 2011 - 07:00 PM

Have you done the obvious stuff like taking the bolt out and cleaning, relubing, and checking for damaged orings? Make sure the dwell is set correctly. Fresh battery.

Near the end of the manual there's stuff listed to check for velocity problems. But it's common sense stuff.

In Topic: GoG extcy trigger?

14 October 2011 - 04:45 PM

Screw is not long enough to stop the pull right after the switch is hit. Maybe my trigger is somehow not installed the same as yours, but I have the screw in about as far as I think it will go without completely coming out and it hits the frame well after the switch is hit.

And as I said earlier, when I say the screw is not long enough...it really should be long enough. The space between when my trigger hits the switch and the frame is just too much.

In Topic: GoG extcy trigger?

14 October 2011 - 02:40 AM

No, they don't give you the tool to adjust the screw in the trigger. The screw isn't even long enough to do anything though, at least not on mine (and the screw is long, the trigger just sits too far from the frame to have it stop the pull). I think the screw in mine is about to come out the back of the trigger if I turn it any more and it barely touches the frame when you pull the trigger. It's still a great gun overall for the price though, you can't beat it right now.