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  • The Dr
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    Personally I think at 16 meters you should be getting very very tight grouping, the hop shouldn't be kicking in then and it wouldn't of lost much power so it should be very tight grouping. Especially if your looking at getting accurate at 60+ meters

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    Originally posted by StnDuck View Post
    I have just received a well / Wariour L96, I have followed the guidelines here, I checked there is no velocity re-stricter, I cleaned the rubber and PTFE'd over the join ect, I cleaned and lubed everything as per the guide. I have got the hop up "right" i think, My questions is, over 6 meters, minimal wind, on a bipod, with a scope, what sort of groupings would be reasonable, the spread is about 6 inches, excluding the odd flyer. is this in an expected spread range ?
    Sorry 16 Meters ! 0.29g BB

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    Re: Upgrade guide Based on Maruzen type 96

    I have just received a well / Wariour L96, I have followed the guidelines here, I checked there is no velocity re-stricter, I cleaned the rubber and PTFE'd over the join ect, I cleaned and lubed everything as per the guide. I have got the hop up "right" i think, My questions is, over 6 meters, minimal wind, on a bipod, with a scope, what sort of groupings would be reasonable, the spread is about 6 inches, excluding the odd flyer. is this in an expected spread range ?

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  • AtR
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    Would the upgrade paths in OP work on a TM L96 AWS without any extra modifications?

    Thanks

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  • fuzzhead
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    Originally posted by evilpanda88 View Post
    Just a quick question, is the ASG L96 (aw 308) the same as the well / warrior one? I'm having one delivered tomorrow and I need to know what upgrades I can use
    same im struggling for info on it

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  • badas
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    Believe it is the same but the hop unit may be slightly longer / cut different in one area. I am starting to come accross 3 different l96 hop unit's these days and it is hard to identify which goes into what gun as they fit outer barrels differently.

    If it's an L96 with a folding stock i don't think it will take a warrior hop unit. There are also i think different length hop arms coming out in the newer unit's comapred to the older ones but slightly better materials are being used and much higher FPS's.

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  • evilpanda88
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    Just a quick question, is the ASG L96 (aw 308) the same as the well / warrior one? I'm having one delivered tomorrow and I need to know what upgrades I can use

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  • guard-sniper87
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    check the cylinder mate, make sure everything is meshing correctly and there is not sign of wear on the cylinder and internal components

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  • pureairsoft11
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    Originally posted by guard-sniper87 View Post
    could be a few things mate,

    dried up internals meaning you need to strip the rifle and lube with the correct lubricants,

    the rubber on the piston and cylinder head have worn to far and needs replacing, and then there could be a spring issue,

    come back after you have had alook at all the mentioned and report back
    It is a short vibrating kind of noise. Its only about 5months old still trying to work out problem

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  • guard-sniper87
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    could be a few things mate,

    dried up internals meaning you need to strip the rifle and lube with the correct lubricants,

    the rubber on the piston and cylinder head have worn to far and needs replacing, and then there could be a spring issue,

    come back after you have had alook at all the mentioned and report back

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  • pureairsoft11
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    Hi my L96 (warrior) has recently become very loud when firing can you give me an idea what the problem could be ?

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  • joshh1512
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    Hmmm, i'll give it a shot, just dont wanna damage the piston thats all, i'll get the guide and trigger also, and can always sell them and get the non-cokcing indicator stuff instead...

    i suppose i do know if its cocked or not haha

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  • guard-sniper87
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    no idea mate, as i never had the cocking indicator mod done, find it pointless :P

    but all you can do is trial and error really

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  • joshh1512
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    Ahh cheers, that help knowing i don't need to field strip it every time to adjust hop!=]

    One more thing that i could do with some help before ordering a spring guide...

    I still want to keep the cocking indicator working, i will be buying the pdi v-trigger with the 'ushape' setpin so the cocking indicator works, i will use a laylax 9mm spring guide so the metal tube can go through (it cant on pdi guide), and i will be purchasing the HD hard pdi piston, my only querie is... will the cocking indicator work with the Hard hd pdi piston???

    Thanks, need to know before purchasing the guide and u setpin...

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  • guard-sniper87
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    no mate, to adjust the hop on the standard hop unit, there is a single grub screw that is accessed infront of the mag release, screwing inwards increases hop outwards decreases hop..

    on the pdi unit, when the bolt is cocked, you will see two grub screws in the fee chamber of the unit, they are the adjustmen screws, 1.5mm allen grubs screws.
    you have to adjust these neon perfectly otherwise,
    A, you will have uneven hop effect on the bb
    B, you risk damaging the cylinder head nozzle if left pretruding too far ergo damaging airflow into hop rubber and risk tearing it,

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