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I'm not sure if they are the beta or not (I got them used) but before I shimmed them I had to hold the bottom of the mag and push forward
Mine fit very well and fed with my baby monster upper with the same lower before I had the fe installed. They will work fine.
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Old 08-08-2013, 09:33 AM
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That's the slight veriation in sizing of different makers receivers
But mag brand mags work great for me
I have the dp around 15 and the dn around 20 and it works great
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Old 08-08-2013, 02:18 PM
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I switched over both of my AEGs to P* several months ago. Obviously instead of purchasing two different FE, I decided to just use one lower receiver for the FE and make the two separate lower receivers hot swappable. Just remove the front body pin and I can switch from a 500mm DMR upper to a 280mm CQB upper. When doing this change, I decided it was best to use a ProWin hopup unit in each upper receiver. My battery and FCU are in the buffer tube so it only takes a few seconds to switch the settings from DMR to CQB, especially since I have them memorized. I use .25 Elite Force Bio bbs in the CQB upper receiver and .28s/.32s in the DMR depending on wind conditions. I have never had any issues with feeding from my KA plastic 120rd midcaps and EF Bio bbs. I am running a SLP 90/4500 tank in combination with a SLP reg (CQB – 80psi – 378fps and DMR – 110psi – 463fps). I only have .25g bb chrono results for each upper receiver but I will update when I get a chance to chrono with .28s and .32s.

Enjoy the pics. Since these pics were taken. I have shortened the macro-line and placed shrink wrap on it where it exits the "motor grip." This was done to keep the "motor grip" from wearing on the line and causing a leak.










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Old 08-08-2013, 02:20 PM
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Old 08-08-2013, 02:25 PM
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What are you fcu setting for the dmr upper
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This was a little project I just finished, g&p with magpul every where. Also did a little custom fitting and installed a railed op rod gas block from madbull. Orga Magnus, prowin chamber and flat hoped using Prometheus bucking and nub. The mags are lancer and the fit perfectly in the g&p bodies in case anyone was looking for some nice midcap 190 rounders. I'll get a picture of my air rig as well and put it up.



I used a camelback nalgene pouch with a 3000 psi 48ci tank and an amped fire base dual rig (I also have another tank to run a dual set up for my m60 which I'm converting to polarstar this weekend).



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Old 08-09-2013, 07:09 AM
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Thank you, I'm working on getting all the ambidextrous controls functioning smoothly, just need to smooth out the vfc dual selector switch and its all done.
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Old 08-09-2013, 08:53 AM
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So I noticed the ported trigger
Is that the speed trigger that's see a lot of p* users getting
I never looked into it that's why I'm asking

What does it do better?
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Old 08-09-2013, 09:26 AM
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Speed trigger is just amazing! Can adjust it to have as much pull in the trigger you want! People will hate even more than they do because they think we're shooting full-auto!
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Old 08-09-2013, 10:10 AM
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I'll have to look more into that because that sounds awesome
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Old 08-09-2013, 10:13 AM
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They are very nice
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Old 08-09-2013, 10:35 AM
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Speed trigger is just amazing! Can adjust it to have as much pull in the trigger you want! People will hate even more than they do because they think we're shooting full-auto!
Those things are nuts. At blackgate I felt bad because I yelled at swervin for exactly that. Turns out his fingers were made of lightnin and he had honed it from years of practice .
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Old 08-09-2013, 11:17 AM
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So I would say its a good investment hahaha
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Old 08-09-2013, 11:28 AM
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Bod is right, you won't earn any friends with a speed trigger lol.
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Old 08-09-2013, 11:28 AM
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Don't forget to get your bright colored Jersey too

But to play devil advocate here (I am good at that), What is the reason why we don't allow full auto? If you guys are shooting as fast on semi than a regular full auto gun, wouldn't it just make sense to not let guns shoot that fast even on semi? (and yes, it does apply to every other fast guns out there)

So, a speed trigger might end up not being allowed, which makes it a bad investment

That said, what is the RPS difference between a regular semi P*, a speed trigger P* and full auto P* ?
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Old 08-09-2013, 11:30 AM
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Pssshhhhhh who needs friends anyway?! Hahaha
I've been hearing about the low flow poppet valves... What are those all about

But yeah I get where you come from on the speed trigger
Though where I play its a field only field (no indoor close to me) I usually run on semi at all times anyway so I can keep the accuracy.

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Old 08-09-2013, 11:32 AM
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Yea...people even make up that we run polarstar gun trucks...paranoia of the pstar!

This isn't paintball so you don't need your pretty colored jersey. They don't match well with tan or green!

FA pstar can do up to 40+ rps. Semi you're looking a maybe 10-15 rps. Why a speed trigger would not be allowed is crazy

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Old 08-09-2013, 11:40 AM
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That said, what is the RPS difference between a regular semi P*, a speed trigger P* and full auto P* ?
My gun shoots at around 20 RPS on full auto (which I rarely use because my speed trigger is good enough for me), I have never tried to get the ROF of my trigger finger, but I'd say its about 8 RPS. That's the difference. You don't see many PolarStar's shooting at 12, 14 RPS on full auto. That's because you can change the Rof

So, a lot of people just go semi with a speed trigger, instead of shooting FA on like 12 RPS. See what I'm saying?
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Old 08-09-2013, 11:43 AM
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Thanks for the information guys. the increase in speed is not too insane so yeh, I don't see why speed trigger would be an issue.
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Yea...people even make up that we run polarstar gun trucks...paranoia of the pstar!

This isn't paintball so you don't need your pretty colored jersey. They don't match well with tan or green!

FA pstar can do up to 40+ rps. Semi you're looking a maybe 10-15 rps. Why a speed trigger would not be allowed is crazy
Eeek, a polarstar run...
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Blade: The reason you don't like full auto is a legit safety reason. You don't want someone to accidentally get spooked by another player in a CBQ environment (opposing team or friendly) and out of sheer reaction, pull and hold the trigger with full auto engaged without having control of the situation. The player ends up unintentionally shooting someone 15 times (I use 15 b/c most stock AEG shoot 12-18rps) from 5 feet away, regardless of fps.

Even with a "speed" trigger, the chances of shooting someone 15 times from 5 feet away drastically decreases. You have to essentially pull the trigger 15 individual times.

Just the "speed" trigger alone is on an average of 25$ each. I can mod my stock trigger for a lot less than that.

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Even with a "speed" trigger, the chances of shooting someone 15 times from 5 feet away drastically decreases. You have to essentially pull the trigger 15 individual times.

Just the "speed" trigger alone is on an average of 25$ each. I can mod my stock trigger for a lot less than that.
Let see how many P* users will gladly spend $25 on a speed trigger and not $15 on a tournament lock

As far as ROF and speed trigger, I was asking because I got no clue how fast a speed trigger actually shoot. If you would have told me 5rps in semi, 25rps with a speed trigger and 30rps in full (just to give numbers here), I would say the speed trigger is getting too close to FA and could be an issue but as the values seems much closer to semi rather than FA, it is not a big concern for me at this time.

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Let's just end all discussion like this so this thread doesn't become something no one wants it to be. Not saying anyone is arguing, because nobody is, just some people are not mature. Not saying anyone is, because everyone is mature.

Now then, who uses orga's and why do you prefer them over tightbore's?
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Nicely worded bushmaster haha

But I use an orga 6.23 for my field upper
And a systema 6.03 for my cqb upper
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