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    Posted: 28 October 2008 at 9:14pm

 

I am having problems with my velocity on my Bravo One. I chroned my marker and couldn't get it over 230 FPS. I tried adjusting the velocity screw and still couldnt get it to go any higher.

I had to replace my Bravo one velocity screw (which I lost playing) with a velocity screw from a 98 Custom - I believe this is to be the problem as it seems to be a bit larger then correct screw. I am going to order in the correct one but any tips while I am waiting for it would be great.

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We have no info on the Bravo One on the site, and I have never even heard of it.

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It took some research, but the Bravo One is the Canadian version of the Alpha Black, probly had something to do with the US army release.



Do you have any aftemarket mods on the gun at all? Are you turning the screw out to raise the velocity?


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I do have a cyclone feeder added. I tried adjusting the velocity screw until it almost out. I am going to replace the drive spring as well as the marker has been used alot.

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Make sue you are oiling the rear and front bolts as well. Any resistance can cause problems.

Drive spring is a likely culprit though.
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