I have had the mb07d for a month, and although it is stock it is impressive. (95% recommend it, -5 due to engagement limits.). It fires a six inch cluster at about 50-60 yards, so I guess that's decent but I would like a farther accurate range. I can change the spring for a 480fps... What do you recommend (100$ total) to increase accuracy, range, and consistency? Links would be appreciated, but really I thank you for any feedback. Thanks and I appreciate it.
King Arms M16/M4 DMR.
King Arms 14.5" M4
King Arms 11" M4
Post by Shadow (314) on Feb 16, 2013 15:27:03 GMT -5
No. You'd need to get a hot up chamber that can allow the use of AEG barrels, or find a great barrel that can wik with your hop up. The first method is preferred. Next, your bucking and nub are the biggest bang for your buck. Do your homework on this. It's probably the most Important step so make sure it's right. Next is the barrel. Again, do some research. After that, you can change out some parts for consistency and air seal. The very LAST step is to upgrade the spring. For springs, I recommend guarder, but as always, research is key. Before you do any of this, however; take your rifle apart. Get to know it. It's quirks, it's pros and cons, and it's "personality". Fix up all the air seal and DIY mods you can, then work on it from there. I'm writing on my phone here so if I missed something or you need more info, feel free to PM me.
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The most important thing in bolties is the sears. Those should have been replaced before anything. Look into guarder steel sears, or even a Z-trigger, which gives you 90 degree catch rather than the poorly designed 45 degree.
If you only replace the sears though, keep an eye on your trigger box. They tend to crack under that much pressure. If you find a Z-trigger, go with that over all. Its a tremendously strong trigger group. Although it's expensive, and somewhat rare (If I recall) they are 110% worth it.