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ACM G36c hop up proble

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Hello,

I have an acm g36c that is fitted with a madbull blue hop up rubber, since it has been fitted (by a techie) the bb's fly up after about 25m, before this they fired much further, I have adjusted the hop up right down and around the middle but still they fly up, also it is very hard to adjust the hop up

Does anyone know how to solve the Problem?

Many thanks,

Albert

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haha this one was mine, i started using .25's nothing happened and anything heavier would cost too much for me, soo.. sold it to someone else... :P

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use heavier BB's

 

are you competent in assembly of your hop up?

 

Sort of lol

I can take it all apart if needed, except the gearbox lol

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In that case, is dissasemble and reassemsble the hopup.

If .25's made no difference then I think the problem maybe somewhere else.

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well the .25's delay the rising bb another 2 meters and a lot of FPS :P

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I would.try a .28 but I can't see it making much difference, try what I've already said, try a new hop bucking and nub maybe

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In that case, is dissasemble and reassemsble the hopup.

If .25's made no difference then I think the problem maybe somewhere else.

 

I will do tomorrow

Thanks, I will say whether or not it has helped,

Albert

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Shhhhhh! haha it is good, he wanted it anyway, i should claim MY money and my old rubber back from Red 1 Airsoft, thought they were good :P

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Claim your money back of Zak for selling you a sh*tty gun! What kind of friend is he :P

 

lol dev, I don't mind, i like it as it is my first... shall i say, 'Project'

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In that case, is dissasemble and reassemsble the hopup.

If .25's made no difference then I think the problem maybe somewhere else.

 

ALSO

 

I would.try a .28 but I can't see it making much difference, try what I've already said, try a new hop bucking and nub maybe

 

I have taken the whole unit apart and put it back together, I will be testing it tomorrow

 

If the reassemble has not worked i will do so,

Albert

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I will result in getting a new hop up now, the rubber (bucking) is not in a good condition, it is also double feeding due to the rubber...

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