I'm assuming that the it's a fairly easy process. I mean it's only the bolt of the gun, which, im not sure of, holds all of the components? So you must have to just switch out the old bolt. And put in the new.
Post by Matt (Achilles) on Feb 2, 2006 19:34:10 GMT -5
I agree back to the topic, so i've heard there is a 400fps upgrade for this gun, is the gun easy to upgrade for someone who never has, ie me?? anyone that knows anything or can help that would be greatly appreciated.
Like i said before, They (leapers) are coming out with a 400 FPS upgrade cylinder that you replace the old one with, its a simple process, but you have to wait for them to get out to retailers. The reason i have mine is because i drove a screw through my cylinder by accident, so i went to Leapers, which is a mile away from my house and they put the Upgrade one in for free, probably because my dad slipped them his Magistrate card and said "if one of you employees ever gets in any trouble give me a call"
Plastic slide + green gas = unhappy plastic slide.
Post by thedevilsmen on Feb 5, 2006 0:06:22 GMT -5
Well i got mine on friday adn let me tell you, it is by far one of the most worthy investments i have made so far. Low cost, good performance and easy to take care of. An unbelivable gun it is so accurate that i shot a pencil from 10 yds away. It may not seem like much but you pace off 10 yds, set up a pencil and shoot at it. OoO yeah and try to do it on the first shot. Anyways this is a very good gun and I would recommend checking this gun out for anyone who is just starting out in airsoft or is looking for just an airsoft gun to fool around with.
Post by namelessblob42 on Feb 10, 2006 22:49:36 GMT -5
I've heard from AirsoftAtlanta's blog that it maybe possible to upgrade this gun with regular APS-2 upgrades, but nothing for certain (probably dont want a bunch of "i did what you said and broke my gun..."). So, my question for anyone who has this gun and would know about this, how easily can APS2 upgrades go into this gun?