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M100/M90 springs

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i am purchasing an airsoft rifle which is the G&G CM16 (non-blowback) M4A1 and it is a truley amazing gun...but my sites FPS limit is 328 +/-5%, 360 max or something like that, so i need a different spring as the standard spring gets 290-370 fps apparantly, so... what is the best to get enough fps to be over 295fps and under 360 fps ??

 

thanks, Zakaria

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it depends on what brand of spring you get.

hang on a minute I have a graph somewhere.......

handy chart

 

i dont know the make ...it is on Zero one Shop and it just says

"Upgrade Option:

Factory Standard (260-370 fps)

M90 Spring & Bushings Fitted (+ £35.00)

M100 Spring & Bushings Fitted (+ £35.00)"

 

but thanks for the chart :)

 

 

EDIT

im guessing M90 springs usually get around 300-330fps? and M100's get around 330-370?

so would i be better off getting an M100 spring?

 

EDIT2 i meant " would i be better off with a M90 spring?" lol sorry

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site limit is 328fps (or 1 joule)

M90's give 290-330 ish

that is the ideal FPS for you.

 

Don't stretch what you are allowed with the tolerance, always aim to be BELOW the site limit, and by at least 5 FPS. (chronoing at around 320fps is perfect for ALL assault weapons)

 

remember, FPS means NOTHING in-game, you really just want range and most people confuse the two.

I could get a stock JG shooting further by not touching the spring, just adding a better hop up unit and better air seals than some stock 500FPS sniper rifles.

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site limit is 328fps (or 1 joule)

M90's give 290-330 ish

that is the ideal FPS for you.

 

Don't stretch what you are allowed with the tolerance, always aim to be BELOW the site limit, and by at least 5 FPS. (chronoing at around 320fps is perfect for ALL assault weapons)

 

remember, FPS means NOTHING in-game, you really just want range and most people confuse the two.

I could get a stock JG shooting further by not touching the spring, just adding a better hop up unit and better air seals than some stock 500FPS sniper rifles.

 

yeah i understand how people get confused my friend really wants a pistol ...lets just say he is buying my cheap springer for £10, he said, "yeah, i know it is not too good but all i need it to do is tap them on their body," so i thought ... your still not gonna survive but he is buying a £20 holster for it aswell! but i dont want to be banned from the site, a guy i know got banned from the site due to his SRC M4A1 being 1FPS over the limit!!!!! so i want to watch it.

 

but thanks for all your time and help Rock-climby-Dave! *updating basket*

 

Zakaria

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Its a hard question to answer lots depends also ont he compression in the hear box itself, I have a KWA SR10 I ahve been changing springs for ages looking for the best FPS get me near 350FPS

 

Its been driving me insane the best spring I have used so far is the Systema M100 (though the last time I had it fitted I did not put enough BB's through the gun to let it bed in, though I have refitted it and its sitting at 338 to 345 need to put atleast 5,000 BB's through it first to get it to bed in

 

All guns have a different tolerance,

 

Have a look at the Systema, Lylax, Guarder springs

 

I was using this guide as a reference but it does not really help that much

springguide6041022.jpg

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just saying...you do realise this is a very old topic, if you look at the newest posts, i have a topic, which tbh is ditching the idea of this gun

 

Btw Thanks so much it will still be handy for any other gun

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oh ok mate, thats fine, i will try and get this one closed, so no body else will think that, but dude thanks for doing that for me and i am sure it will help loads of others?

 

Please close :)

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