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Post icon  Posted 22 March 2008 - 01:23 PM

Hey Everybody

Ive noticed there has been no good accuracy tests on Minis so here we go im goin to do one i just have a few quick questions on variables to use.

Invert Mini all Stock then a freak barrel.

Anyways im askin you guys what variables to test. Like what lengths should i shoot at and how many shots for each distance.

I will measure accuracy by the spread, circumference, and consistency of the shots.

I will be shooting one shot every second and then use a velocity hopper puttin the gun on unlimited.

Guns will be placed on a stable stand and shot with no human interference.

I probably will be using marballizer

If i missed anyhting let me know. And any ideas on more ways to measure, shooting distances, or anyhting let me know. Im going to go into very good detail in this. Yes i am going to use the scientific method to the best of my ability IM OPEN FOR IDEAS
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Posted 22 March 2008 - 01:37 PM

I would check out mann's barrel test for reference and some ideas on what to do.

But yeah, by all means do it, I'm too lazy and poor at the moment to get good paint and air my tank up to test out my mini

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Posted 25 March 2008 - 08:38 AM

Maybe make sure you have a barrel kit so you can size for the optimum accuracy? Or you can just test the stock barrel.

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Posted 28 March 2008 - 10:48 AM

To be honest, accuracy has very little to do with the actual marker, it has to do with the air setup, the barrel and the paint.
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