To smooth it out....March 28 2012 at 8:16 AM
|Mike melick (Login mikeiniowa)|
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just some easy to do things, remove top hat (replace with Delrin or not) tighten up the rear guide. Shouldn't have to replace any seals unless they are leaking or just plain chewed up. Look into a JM spring, can make a much smoother rifle. Don't worry about velocity loss as it is somewhat over powered, find a smooth firing spot then work on getting any loss back if you really need the super velocity...I've done a few and they do smooth out very nicely...polish well and lightly lube, if you have to go back in and add lube it's better than having to much to start with...if you replace the spring shoot about 100 shots with the old one then disassemble but leave piston in place and then put new spring in.
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