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Old April 2nd, 2009, 08:34   #46
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just got a G26 and it's fun as hell, even in my big hands.
I find the abscence of leftie option a bit retarded though.
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Old April 2nd, 2009, 16:33   #47
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just got a G26 and it's fun as hell, even in my big hands.
I find the abscence of leftie option a bit retarded though.
Hows the recoil on that?
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Old April 2nd, 2009, 21:09   #48
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FYI, if you consider 100% to be the maximum ability for accuracy increase in a KSC Glock, 10% is barrel cleanliness, about 20-30% is a tightbore installed, and the rest is ALL about inner barrel stability. With a safe, unloaded Glock, look at the muzzle of it and stick something like a pen into the inner barrel, and move it around. You'll see there is about 1mm of play in every direction. Install a larger O-ring to stabilize it, or wrap the inner barrel just behind where the O-ring sits and add enough tape to be able to get it back in the outer barrel so it doesn't move around too much. Best to add a bit more tape than you need, then peel back a half inch at a time and cut off. This will greatly increase accuracy more than any tightbore can.

Another tip, Glocks tend to shoot about 2" low at 30ft, so learn to shoot it this way: Line up the bottom of the front sight's dot with the top part of the rear sight. Using heavy BBs (over 0.28g) you can easily get man sized hits past 100ft. Aim for the head, hit the chest, even with a bone stock KSC Glock 19.

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Old April 2nd, 2009, 23:48   #49
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hi does anyone know if a g39 exists??obviously a gbb....lol
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 17:39   #50
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Here is the part I recommend you to upgrade on your Glock.

First, get a metal slide and barrel if you are able to get one, once you get both of them, then time to upgrade internal. There are only a few thing you might want to upgrade, the rest are just in case the stock is broken, plus it's not really necessary to upgrade though.

-Upgrade recoil spring to Guarder or King Arm,
-Upgrade the mag catch to Guarder one, would save you a lots of headache in longevity of usage
-Get a tightbore if you want more accuracy.
-Get a few extra hop up rubber, you will need to replace soon if you enjoy shooting a lots.

Only those little upgrade will make your Glock last for long more than you can think off.

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Thanks KND. By doing enough research, I was able to save quite a bit of money plus shipping. For the hop up rubber, how many shots do you think before i would need to replace it?
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 17:43   #51
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FYI, if you consider 100% to be the maximum ability for accuracy increase in a KSC Glock, 10% is barrel cleanliness, about 20-30% is a tightbore installed, and the rest is ALL about inner barrel stability. With a safe, unloaded Glock, look at the muzzle of it and stick something like a pen into the inner barrel, and move it around. You'll see there is about 1mm of play in every direction. Install a larger O-ring to stabilize it, or wrap the inner barrel just behind where the O-ring sits and add enough tape to be able to get it back in the outer barrel so it doesn't move around too much. Best to add a bit more tape than you need, then peel back a half inch at a time and cut off. This will greatly increase accuracy more than any tightbore can.

Another tip, Glocks tend to shoot about 2" low at 30ft, so learn to shoot it this way: Line up the bottom of the front sight's dot with the top part of the rear sight. Using heavy BBs (over 0.28g) you can easily get man sized hits past 100ft. Aim for the head, hit the chest, even with a bone stock KSC Glock 19.

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Yeah i found that the accuracy is off a bit. You must own a lot of glocks for this first hand advice you have given. Is there a type of tightbore you would recommend? I know there are some out there that say that they are the same but the price differently. How would you go about cleaning barrel? CuTip? I am worried about scratching it while cleaning it and from my understanding, you could alter the flight direction.
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 17:48   #52
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I went through about 2,000 shots before i replaced my first rubber. At the time i was using way to much silicon oil to lube my gun which caused it to swell up. I bought 3 (1 to use plus 2 for replacement) after that happened and i have yet to use my replacements.

As long as you don't over lube the gun i don't see you needing a hop up replacement in a long time. The stock (plastic) rocket valve lasted about 2 weeks before it gave out in my G19, so you'll have other parts break before the hop up.
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 17:55   #53
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hi does anyone know if a g39 exists??obviously a gbb....lol
no, you can get a 26 or 27 though then try and find a slide with the 39 trademarks (if anyone makes them) or get them custom done.
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no, you can get a 26 or 27 though then try and find a slide with the 39 trademarks (if anyone makes them) or get them custom done.
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 18:20   #55
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TMG26 is really nice, especially with steel upgrades...cough cough

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Old April 3rd, 2009, 18:36   #56
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TMG26 is really nice, especially with steel upgrades...cough cough

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Old April 3rd, 2009, 20:59   #57
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I went through about 2,000 shots before i replaced my first rubber. At the time i was using way to much silicon oil to lube my gun which caused it to swell up. I bought 3 (1 to use plus 2 for replacement) after that happened and i have yet to use my replacements.

As long as you don't over lube the gun i don't see you needing a hop up replacement in a long time. The stock (plastic) rocket valve lasted about 2 weeks before it gave out in my G19, so you'll have other parts break before the hop up.
Yikes! I better stop over lubing it then. I got into the habit since my KWA P226 air nozzle broke due to under lubing. How would you know when the rocket valve breaks? Does it just spray out all the gas? I cant really tell on your avatar, but do you have the PGC slide?
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Old April 3rd, 2009, 21:05   #58
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TMG26 is really nice, especially with steel upgrades...cough cough

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You're very lucky to have it, the metal slide is very hard to find.. discontinued.

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Old April 3rd, 2009, 21:36   #59
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You might surprise if I tell you how many hop up rubber I have ? I have like 6 of hop up rubber bought in bunch to replace. The reason is quite simple, bought 6 of them save shipping in one shot from Japan and you won't afraid can't find any replace part all.


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Old April 3rd, 2009, 21:49   #60
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You might surprise if I tell you how many hop up rubber I have ? I have like 6 of hop up rubber bought in bunch to replace. The reason is quite simple, bought 6 of them save shipping in one shot from Japan and you won't afraid can't find any replace part all.


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Thats a good idea. I do need to order a whole bunch of stuff from Japan. Thanks for the advice.
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