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Old April 23rd, 2009, 23:39   #1
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Need help on my delema TF-11

Hay guys i got a 2 questions for you and i hope you can answer them

will propane work in a c02 gun?
some people say that they put propane in there c02 guns to make them better fps wise? Did anyone try this for there TF-11? how?

Does anyone know where to get a suppresser for the Tf-11
the suppresser i have won't fit because of the threading being different

Thanks for your time

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Old April 23rd, 2009, 23:44   #2
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you can get the propane mags, there is a thread with this in it....somewhere.
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 23:46   #3
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To make propane work, you need to pick up a propane mag.

Apperently the TF-11 is a clone of the maurzen Mac 11, you can buy the maurzen propane compatible mags for about 40 bucks each on eHobby.
Those should work.

No idea about the silencer though, sorry
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 23:48   #4
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Its usually the other way around, People use CO2/HPA to get a higher FPS then Propane in GBBs
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 23:49   #5
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some people say that they put propane in there c02 guns to make them better fps wise? Did anyone try this for there TF-11? how?

i think the "some people" is me anyway look at this Airsoft Canada

and for the supressor those for the maruzen m11 will work

crunch also did a great review on it! Airsoft Canada

at page 3 there is my infos on the propane mag!

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Old April 23rd, 2009, 23:49   #6
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Propane will usually yield a LOWER fps than C02, but propane is easier on the gun and alot cheaper,
to make a suppressor fit, go to canadian tire and buy a nut that fits on the threads, then make the suppressor fit onto that nut with JB weld or super glue, the TF11 has messed up threads
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Propane will usually yield a LOWER fps than C02, but propane is easier on the gun and alot cheaper, to make a suppressor fit, go to canadian tire and buy a nut that fits on the threads, then make the suppressor fit onto that nut with JB weld or super glue
not in this gun , it's higher on propane

the threads are 5/8... tested it with a 5/8 angle grinder steel brush ...look like an ass with a giant brush screwed infron of it! lol
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Old April 23rd, 2009, 23:57   #8
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yes i read that the FPS was higher, but id say that must have been some unseen variables, because propane has much lower pressure, so its pretty much impossible for it to achieve a higher FPS in the same gun
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Old April 24th, 2009, 00:00   #9
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hmm so propaine is ither a hit or miss but im realy interested in finding a silencer because its my style so any help would be great!!!

and thanks lemi you cleared up the propane thing (thought u just had to buy an adaptor and push the gas in)
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yes but the pressure regulator is inside the mag on the co2 mag, so it's possible that the preset pressure of this said regulator is slightly lower than propane pressure
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Old April 24th, 2009, 00:02   #11
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well i just took a crappy silencer off some clearsoft i had and JBwelded it onto the outer barrel, but id get a 5/8" nut and glue that to your silencer to make it fit the threads
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well i just took a crappy silencer off some clearsoft i had and JBwelded it onto the outer barrel, but id get a 5/8" nut and glue that to your silencer to make it fit the threads
did that too lol crappy silencer glued to a 5/8 nut! does the job (we are talking about look here not functionnality)
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Old April 24th, 2009, 01:02   #13
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hmm that seems like it would work but i definatly know there's an aftermarket silencer for this gun i just can't find it
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Old April 25th, 2009, 01:55   #14
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not only maruzen's mag fits this gun,but also KSC's m11(learned from a jp magazine,not be verified yet),but i m prety sure that using propane can extend the auto-shooting duration!
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Old April 25th, 2009, 03:36   #15
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nope they dont fit the feeding lips are totally different!
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