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Old 04-13-2013, 04:25 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Location: Nr Leeds, North Yorkshire England(UK)

I think I've been lucky with respect to the pistols I have owned.

T68 pistol, never went wrong, reliable feed, simple.. oh so simple to maintain, never changed any o-rings, just a bit of oil. Brilliant.

SA-17 once I de-nerfed the co2 change, brilliant, good feed, heavy rain caused a leak, fixed by changing one oring, brilliant, but never really hit anyone with it...

T8.0 , bolt jammed forward on broken shell, caused by a fumbled mag change on the first time I used it. Cleaned, maintained never went wrong again.

And current T9.0 - no problems except a few barrel breaks, regulator works really well, I get silly consistency shot to shot over a big red, pretty much 0 variance up until the pressure drop, no seriously!, then it drops down by 3-10. When it jumps its between 3-5fps variance, when it jumps.....

It sounds like you have had bad luck, keep trying, you may get lucky!
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