150 FPS max gun

Discussion in 'What Gun Should I Get?' started by glinny, Nov 9, 2012.

  1. glinny

    glinny New Member

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    I am living in Australia and my gun must have a 150 FPS limit. I would like the AEG to be robust lightweight and sutiable for both CQB and field. The price link is about $250. Also what's a good pistol
     
  2. Protectionperfection

    Protectionperfection New Member

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    150 FPS? Im pretty sure crappy crossman springers hit harder than that...
     

  3. alex

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    usually, bb's get stuck in the hopup at that low fps. that sucks bro.
    are you sure it's not mps instead of fps?
     
  4. theonlyBuster

    theonlyBuster Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Well the OP is a bit off. According to Australian law, any replica firing over 180 feet per second with the measurement taken 1 meter from the end of the firing mechanism is considered a firearm.

    And I hate to say this, but that basically means no airsoft in Australia :-/

    It's like someone telling you that you can watch TV but you can't turn it on.
     
  5. masterpro72

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    Get an ARES change the spring and R-Hop it.
     
  6. Protectionperfection

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    change it to what? an M50 spring?
     
  7. masterpro72

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    Just get the weakest spring you can find and cut some coils off. My friend did it once.
     
  8. alex

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    i recommend short stroking the sector gear with the stock spring until you get your desired fps.
     
  9. Hprice892

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    There is an eletric M4A1 carbine gun with a 150 fps at hobbytron it says 200 fps but it's really 150 fps
     
  10. OnlyTheNiggest

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    Buy a JG G36C and replace the sector gear with a dual sector gear and piston with a Lonex Red. Possibly the spring to an m100.
     
  11. GreenListerine

    GreenListerine New Member

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    Yeah and watch your gun get destroyed by PE
     
  12. OnlyTheNiggest

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    Eh. Keep in mind it's short stroked 8 each side of the dual sector gear. One can always short stroke more if need be. If he uses a 7.4 he shouldn't see any PE with the -8 stroke. The ROF might be 30 at the most. The JG blue, as you know, is a slow motor. I don't even hit PE at 40 rps on normal stroke builds on m120s and lower.
     
  13. GreenListerine

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    You really think he won't get PE on a DSG with a m100 spring?........ Well. Guess we all have our opinions.

    Edit: you know DSG builds usually go m170 springs or higher when they don't use a spacer, right?
     
  14. theonlyBuster

    theonlyBuster Active Member Lifetime Supporter

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    All this pointless mindless banter.
    Short stroking is probably the easiest, safest thing to do to achieve the desired velocity.
    The next problem is getting the gun itself to the OP.
    He's gonna have to buy it in pieces and install it upon receiving the parts.
     
  15. alex

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    low speed DSG builds... not the same as high speed DSG builds. the goal is 150fps. half the load of a 350fps standard DSG. stock JG blue will not push it over 25rps with JG spur/bevel + 7.4v.

    not all DSG builds are over 50rps.
    my cqb DSG's are around 30rps/300fps/m150/7.4v for reliability/longevity/reduce bb purchasing. but once in awhile, i slap on an 11.1v.
     
  16. OnlyTheNiggest

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    Yes, I really think think he won't get PE on a DSG and m100. And yes, I am well aware DSGs use high fps springs

    1) It's a JG blue motor. Damn near the slowest you can find.
    2) It's a -8 stroke. Even if a m100 spring was used in a half cylce, it is still a -8 stroke which is huge.
    3) 7.4 battery. 7.4 + JG blue even with DSG, like alex said, is very slow, still.
     
  17. Ehudakineyah

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    Or just grab a regular AEG. Short stroke the sector to any desired amount of teeth. Change out the spring to a M90 and under. And you'll be good to go.

    Sadly you'll just have to down grade. Even the worst air seal won't help much.

    The "little kids" rental guns here are only made to shoot 200 fps and under. Utilizing short stroked sector gears, cut and torch shortened TM stock springs, and type 4 cut cylinders. In a full length m4. And keep in mind the play/field area is only the size of a big classroom. Lol. So like.. A sports authority plastic LPEG's, but doesn't break lol.

    It's achievable. I wouldn't suggest the DSG route at that fps. Idk If the bb's will even shoot in time.

    Just short stroke the sector, maybe a spring change if need be. And you should be good to go.
     
  18. Axis

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    Agreed...If you want high speed (w/o DSG) try 13:1s with a M130 and Lonex A1 Red. Which, unfortunately, can't be done in your predicament.

    Maybe an LPEG would be the best route to take on this one. :p