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Old 08-28-2015, 08:21 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Don't shoot too fast. Cool down kills airsoft gas pistols.
The more you shoot, the less you shoot.
Cool, its the same running 12g, so Ive got that down.

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Airsoft is for kids. And adults who like to play make believe war.
I think the same argument can be applied to paintball, lol. Saw a lot of kids renting and guys in camo playing magfed last weekend, hehe.
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Old 08-28-2015, 08:34 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Agreed. It's basically the same thing.
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Oh it's a TM, didn't notice. Also isn't TM supposed to be like the OG of most airsoft pistol models, it seems like quite a few are modeled after them.

I picked up a TM hi cappa a while back, yes some parts are plastic but it's super fun to screw around with, the kick is nice. I'm running it with propane and figured I'd just burn the thing up till something plastic breaks then replace it with metal.
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Oh it's a TM, didn't notice. Also isn't TM supposed to be like the OG of most airsoft pistol models, it seems like quite a few are modeled after them.

I picked up a TM hi cappa a while back, yes some parts are plastic but it's super fun to screw around with, the kick is nice. I'm running it with propane and figured I'd just burn the thing up till something plastic breaks then replace it with metal.
It probably wont kill it in a hurry honestly. The newer TM slides seem to hold up a lot better. My 5.1 is still going strong after about a year and a half as an indoor primary. Im starting to think the magical autococker gnomes who arent working anymore found their way into the TM pistols.
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Don't shoot too fast. Cool down kills airsoft gas pistols.
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in colder months yes, in summer not an issue, you can try cold weather gas's I only run GBB (hate sewing machines) and have no issues down to 0 C
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It probably wont kill it in a hurry honestly. The newer TM slides seem to hold up a lot better. My 5.1 is still going strong after about a year and a half as an indoor primary. Im starting to think the magical autococker gnomes who arent working anymore found their way into the TM pistols.
true...older TM that seemed to be a given...maybe they are using a stronger plastic on the slides, they only use them as you know because of Japans low joules law...
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in colder months yes, in summer not an issue, you can try cold weather gas's I only run GBB (hate sewing machines) and have no issues down to 0 C
Have you read my post on classic guns?

I run only external air guns right now. I own 1 AEG but its a RealSword and is simply amazing. especially for a sewing machine.

For now my M60 gets most of my attention.
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Old 10-07-2015, 04:48 PM   #18 (permalink)
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I just got my spare mags and stuff in the mail. They're the Y&P ones, so they're propane friendly and all the reviews I found recommend them over the stock TM ones. I was only shooting about 220 on 134a (or so my x-radar tells me, it seems finicky indoors) and hoping the propane would give it a little boost. My gun is gas but not blowback, so hopefully shouldn't cause any durability issues (not that I plan to play frequently).

For these gas guns, I take it there's no other way of adjusting velocity? It seems like such a design flaw, but then again when the pistol can't even reach the max FPS most people play at, it guess adjustment would be pointless? Do other airsoft guns have adjustable velocity?
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Sorry, 260ish on 134a. Getting a steady 330 on propane.
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330 is pretty spot on for pistols. There really is no way to adjust velocity because, frankly, theres no where to do it. You can stiffen valve springs and shorten the dwell, but thats not going to suffice for much really. On blowbacks, you can fiddle with the blow back housing weight and rocket valve to divert more air into cycling the pistol, thus lowering velocity, but its not really a thing usually done.

These NBB models are usually shooting hotter however, this TM model you have does hold the record for 175 shots off a single propane fill, and that was pretty much pulling the trigger non-stop except to fill the mag with more BB's.
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