Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

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Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby rainzoro on Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:44 am

I just got my used ptw and took a couple shot mounted in a bipod. The distance was exactly 10m with 0.2g bb's and 150m(red) cylinder.

http://m1320.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/rainzoro/Snapbucket/DEE17A7B-orig_zps1491fa7c.jpg.html?o=1

Is this accurate? If not, what am i missing should get it repaired? Or am i shooting too close?

Just for the note, the upper and lower receiver wobbles just a tiny bit and its because the lower receiver connecting part is lil worn out(planning to replace it)
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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby thundercactus on Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:46 am

it's absolutely terrible.
Use .36 or .43s, and test at least 35m

Using light ammo at high FPS will cause serious innacuracy
The max speed for getting best accuracy from a .30g BB is around 440fps
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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby rainzoro on Wed Feb 13, 2013 7:02 am

I will retest with heavier bbs But just to clarify, so is it normal for my red cylinder ptw to shoot like that with.2s? Can someone confirm this? (I ask because i only have red cylinder for now and i have to quickly decide whether to return the gun or not)
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Postby Callum Snell on Wed Feb 13, 2013 7:23 am

.2g's are too light for that kind of power - you'll get consistency. With a red cylinder - I'm not surprised to see a grouping like that with that weight of BB
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Postby TK8456 on Wed Feb 13, 2013 9:52 am

As well as the posts above, may I suggest an accu wedge to stop the wobble.

Tac and Rich introduced me to these a few weeks back as I had a slight wobble (exaggerated in your hands by the use of a foregrip)

It's a little hard rubber L shaped wedge that goes in the back of the lower receiver. It helps create compression and fixed my wobble :)

May help?
You don't go out looking for a job dressed like that do you, on a weekday?

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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby rainzoro on Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:12 am

TK8456 wrote:As well as the posts above, may I suggest an accu wedge to stop the wobble.

Tac and Rich introduced me to these a few weeks back as I had a slight wobble (exaggerated in your hands by the use of a foregrip)

It's a little hard rubber L shaped wedge that goes in the back of the lower receiver. It helps create compression and fixed my wobble :)

May help?


Thanks a bunch I will install that ASAP

BUT unfortunately my wobble comes from the front side of the two connecting pins(I should've clarified this sry)
The upper receiver's male pin seems fine,
but the lower receiver's female pin is worn out a little bit.

I initially thought of fixing myself then change my mind to take it to a shop.
And if by anychance the shop tells me to replace the entire receiver, im returning this and buying a 2013 PTW from Tac(which I damn hope it ships to Korea without a problem)
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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby rainzoro on Wed Feb 13, 2013 5:16 pm

Ok well as you said i retested with .36g bbs but still only from 10meters away in my house(ill test from 35m this weekend)
This is the result

http://m1320.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/rainzoro/Snapbucket/8D488072_zpsa0b35a48.jpg.html?o=0

Piss poor performance IMO
Is this because 10meter is too close to test out a ptw?
Is something wrong with the gun? Or is it just me being a horrible shooter

Im sooooo returning this gun and will wait till tack releases his super hop mod
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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby TK8456 on Wed Feb 13, 2013 6:17 pm

rainzoro wrote:....
Is something wrong with the gun? Or is it just me being a horrible shooter
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Are you manually holding the rifle? If so it could be you ;)
Clamp the gun somehow and fire off 10 shots.

I use a black and decker workmate to secure mine when zeroing the gun and doing tests etc
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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby rainzoro on Thu Feb 14, 2013 1:19 am

I wish i was holding the gun but unfortunately it was mounted in a bipod. Maybe the wobble is affecting airleak i dont know.
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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby Schultz on Thu Feb 14, 2013 7:31 am

Is the barrel clean?
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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby rainzoro on Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:27 am

I dont know how to perform any of those acts. Today's friday and ill be visiting an airsoft store for a major surgery. Hope this will solve ill retest from 35m then
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Re: Is my ptw accurate? Plz check photo

Postby Henriksson on Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:40 pm

rainzoro wrote:I just got my used ptw and took a couple shot mounted in a bipod. The distance was exactly 10m with 0.2g bb's and 150m(red) cylinder.

http://m1320.photobucket.com/albumview/albums/rainzoro/Snapbucket/DEE17A7B-orig_zps1491fa7c.jpg.html?o=1

Is this accurate? If not, what am i missing should get it repaired? Or am i shooting too close?

Just for the note, the upper and lower receiver wobbles just a tiny bit and its because the lower receiver connecting part is lil worn out(planning to replace it)



Clean the barrle. It will get you more accuret shots.
I did the same test on my ptw but with .25 and .28 and M150, my results was 3-4cm spread on 2 bullets. BUT when i cleand the barrle the spread was 0cm. 2 shots in 1 hole. I use PDI 6.01 509mm
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