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Merc4Hire

Member Since 20 Nov 2008
Offline Last Active Mar 13 2010 02:43 PM
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In Topic: new t9

04 March 2010 - 04:32 AM

get the 9.1 the extra stuff does not help. It just makes it weigh more. Looking "real" has nothing to do with functioning like a firearm. Choose one of the simpler setups with the .1 so you have the option of the first strike rounds. If you want a fore grip get one of the packages with one of those. Pretty much everything else is pointless. spend the price difference on extra mags.

If you think certain things look so cool you have to have them, get them, just don't get the idea that a bunch of extra rails and a dummy silencer will make it shoot any better.

If you think you need the constant air and hopper adapters, you are looking at the wrong gun and you should get an A5

In Topic: Cocker Question

01 March 2010 - 02:22 AM

Yup that is a plain stock 2003 vertical feed. It is way better than any of the ones listed above. IMO for the basic model autococker 2003 and 2004 were the best years. things got cheaper quality after that. I have about 4 of those. And one psychobalistics and I have been asked to service a bunch of psycho balistics guns that were bad out of the box.

All the parts on that are basic, reliable to the point of boring. Like a stock Honda. They will work reliably up to 18 bps or so, but you can't move your finger that fast. People will tell you to replace everything on it, but you don't really need to. The stock wgp parts always worked. and pretty well too. If you just want a quality basic reliable acurate autococker, that's it right there. It can even run on CO2 if you want. The HP reg can handle it. 3 dollars worth of pipe fittings to make an anti-siphon is better though.

If you must mess with stuff the things to upgrade are 1 a small bore barrel ().685 pr smaller 2) learn how to time it and adjust the lpr to pinch. (the regulators on this are a royal nuisance to adjust, but once you get them there, you can pretty much leave them alone forever. You have to take off the hose and unthread the lpr with your hand, and adjust it with a slot screwdriver to turn down the pressure same deal with the HPR, but it is probably already at the right place from factory.) 4) a delrin bolt is nice, but not necessary. 5) if you want the tightest trigger pull imaginable, then you need to know how to time and get a belsales 3-way. They are hands down the best.

There are a lot of guides out there for timing, and they will get you a solid functional timing, but the real joy is to move everything closer together for a nice snappy suction timing with pinchy lpr settings and a trigger that has to move about 1/8 of an inch at the tip. I think you can do that without changing any parts. maybe a hair more trigger pull. It's hard to remember how close the stock 3 way goes. It's really the only part I would replace on that gun. The factory one works very well, but the stroke is longer than I like.

In Topic: autococker sr

28 February 2010 - 07:30 PM

Um. could not get very good pictures. The display itself isn't as fancy as all the displays on the Zero B/E2 boards or the Yakuza, but it is easy to read, an attractive color and displays all the info you actually need.


Menu operation is good and just as easy as any eclipse boards.
The modes are pretty good too. Much more than eclipse A/C boards (the SR Board is made by Tadao)
It's the only working board I have used with actual full auto.

It is microswitch only and only has breakbeam eye mode. I do not believe you could make it fit in any other frame.

In Topic: Cocker Question

28 February 2010 - 07:02 PM

Any other suggestions i need to buy for this gun except for a reg and a asa


I would strongly recommend you not buy a superbolt or anything else psychoballistics. They are very erratic in terms of quality and the pneumatics suck. Also if you can get on ebay, pretty much any complete mechanical 2000+ cocker will be good quality. I have seen plain stock ones with boring cosmetics or out of style upgrades go sub $100 every week. Don't buy a trilogy. Buy a good used 2000+ If you are ok with right feed, you have a pretty good chance of getting a suped up cocker for around $65....

In Topic: Questions for reball owners.

27 February 2010 - 12:36 PM

I use mine in a church gym. we sweep up every 3 games with the biggest pus brooms we can find. Then we put a strainer in the sink about every 4 sweeps and wash them in a giant collander just turn on the water and shake the thing around. It cleans them more than well enough.

At home I take a square 5 gal bucket and put an old pillow in the back and fold a towell and hang it over the opening. I set that in a larger box with a little rim and lay the bucket so it tilts slightly upwards. That makes a pretty good catcher.