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#1 DKE15240

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Posted 07 August 2015 - 10:52 AM

So I started to do a retaliator barrel and strongarm integration/mod and i was wondering would a 7kg spring from OMW or a stock spring be better for the mod?(because its really hard to cock)


I have two stock springs so would it work if i combined them, what kg would it be, and would it be better?)





P.s I'm kind of weak

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#2 The2ndBluesBro

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Posted 07 August 2015 - 01:16 PM

In terms of power/range, the 7kg is better, but if you can't prime it with the 7kg spring in it then the stock is better since the gun is useless if you can't prime it. I personally wouldn't use 2 stock springs since you can have problems with the coils twisting together and overall it probably wouldn't add much power anyway. I don't quite understand what mod you're doing (is the strongarm underslung on the barrel like a "masterkey"?) but if it's a backup blaster only then the stock spring should be fine. Also in that configuration it would be more awkward and difficult to prime then in the standard configuration anyway. Hope I helped.
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Posted 07 August 2015 - 04:57 PM

In terms of power/range, the 7kg is better, but if you can't prime it with the 7kg spring in it then the stock is better since the gun is useless if you can't prime it. I personally wouldn't use 2 stock springs since you can have problems with the coils twisting together and overall it probably wouldn't add much power anyway. I don't quite understand what mod you're doing (is the strongarm underslung on the barrel like a "masterkey"?) but if it's a backup blaster only then the stock spring should be fine. Also in that configuration it would be more awkward and difficult to prime then in the standard configuration anyway. Hope I helped.

yes its a strongarm underslung on the barrel
Thanks for the advice
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