Post by superpanda on Jun 30, 2012 19:34:53 GMT -5
I'm not sure if this thread should go in here or the AEG boards, but I'm still very new to airsoft so I decided to post this here.
Anyway, I have an Echo 1 MP5A4 and I don't plan on playing much CQB, so I'm trying to see if it's possible to increase it's accuracy to be able to compete with other guns in longer distances. I've searched around for a bit on Google and the only thing I'm certain about so far is the using 0.25g BBs and adjusting the hop up helps. Is there anything I can do internally that will help the accuracy of the MP5?
TBB aren't always the be all end all solution to accuracy.
Good hop-up and buckings and making sure everything is aligned correctly can really give a boost in consistancy.
Also, make sure your gun's gearbox and hop up assembly are properly sealed and lubricated. I also hear that new air nozzles help, but don't quote me on that one. I have bought a new nozzle for an old JG and it increased the grouping quite substantially.
If you shoot under 330, a tanio koba twist barrel may be worth the pricey investment (The P90 one should work). Otherwise, Prommy with a firefly bucking will get you the range you want, albeit also being pricey. Madbull is the budget way to go.
Thanks for the help everyone. I'm going to get a Madbull 6.03mm since I am on a budget, along with some other internal parts. I read you should only use high quality bbs in tight bore barrels so will Elite Force 0.25g BBs be fine to use in them?