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Old November 3rd, 2013, 19:05   #76
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Hm. What BB weight are you using and what kind of range/accuracy?
Pistols are the most difficult gun to get good accuracy with since it requires so much practice and muscle memory.

My KSC (non system 7) with it's heavily worn out rubber gets a good 160ft or so with .32s, but the accuracy leaves something to be desired. Luckily all my kills tend to be within 20ft lol
Problems that may arise with the pistol, obviously there's risk of the patch detaching from the barrel, but I have measures to prevent that from happening. But mostly worried about the BB rolling through, or partly rolling through the patch when it's loaded.
The friction of the hop is the same, but over a longer range, so the BB might get pushed halfway through the R-hop patch when it's loaded. Similar to how a BB may roll through the hop if you have the hop turned off....

Either way it's too difficult to get a replacement rubber for a non-S7, so it's a good test bed now!
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Old November 3rd, 2013, 19:25   #77
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It's a WE F226. with a RA-tech 6.01 tightbore with the Ra-tech hop up rubber. I get decent accuracy at 50ft, usually within a couple inches of each other. It just bothers me that even with it cranked all the way to get the bb to curve up, I'm not getting any neutral hop
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