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Old 09-30-2013, 06:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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rear velocity adjusters. carbines & 98s

Just wondering if these are really worth tracking down for the carbine series or a 98. How much of a performance increase?

What do you do with the stock adjuster?

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If you run the stock velocity wide open, then you need to lower spring tension to lower your velocity. Lower spring tension means less trigger pull on a carbine. Well worth it imo.
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Just wondering if these are really worth tracking down for the carbine series or a 98. How much of a performance increase?

What do you do with the stock adjuster?

Thanks.
I still have M98 rear velocity adjusters in house, they are pre-ACT $20
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