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Thread: Daytonagun XM110 (SR-25)

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    Default Daytonagun XM110 (SR-25)

    This gun was based on a G&P XM110. I haven't had a chance to do anything but test fire it so far but everything is looking good. I'll update as soon as I have a chance to play with it this coming weekend.




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    Nice.

    Interested in hearing muzzle energy numbers.
    Wolv
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    It seems a bit low right now, I'm going to try and meet with Flash and have him help me out. I'm hoping he will post in here and give his opinion also since this is my first classic gun and he is far more experienced in this area.

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    So, any idea what the velocity is right now?

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    The highest I got was 340 FPS with .36g BBs (~1.8J).I can't remember what PSI I was running. I'll be sure to get some better numbers this weekend after Flash helps me tune it in. If I can get it up to ~2.4J I'll be set.

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    Just to put it into the standard .2g terms for anyone who doesn't know the conversion rates;

    340FPS w/ a .36 gram, 6mm pellet travels with 1.9331 joules of energy.

    A .2 gram BB traveling with 1.9331 joules of energy would be traveling at 456.15FPS.

    That seems pretty decent for a counter-sniper or SPR to me. It's really not that far away from your desire of 2.4 joule (500FPS with a .2g, approximately.)

    I've noticed with airsoft that speed doesn't really help with range all that much after you hit the 1.9 joule mark. It just gets to the target faster, which, I must admit, is convenient.

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    That is solid performance. Let us know what pressure you are at.
    Wolv
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    thats not too bad at all....
    how far are you shooting? consistently?

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    Looks like I need a new bucking... Even with .20s I can't get any hop. I tried turning it all the way up and still no effect on the BBs. I cleaned the barrel and even fired off about 1000 rounds to try and break it in but when I look down the barrel the bucking appears rough and not level. When turned all the way up it barely even sticks into the barrel.

    I tried to pull the barrel out of the upper but I need to ask Daytonagun how it is held in, and for a replacement rubber. I'll also need to find a way to make it have a stronger effect on the BBs.

    As far as velocity goes I was getting about 450 fps with .20s at about 140-150 PSI. It isn't going to be very effective without hop up though.

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    Default Re: Daytonagun XM110 (SR-25)

    a tightbore would help a lot with the fps considering the long barrel.

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