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Jack21

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yesterday i decided to brave it and take my gun apart, in the process of doing this i lost my hop up nub, which i later realized that it was important and not a piece of 'spare rubber'. i have now decided to buy a new rubber, but i am confused what does 70 degree rubber mean? and whats the difference between a 70 and a 50 rubber? Please help!!

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they are different hardness, harder for higher powered snipers etc, they will both work but your be better off with a 50

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as above go for 50 it will be better

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Madbull Blue hop-up rubber is what you want :)

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Madbull Blue hop-up rubber is what you want :)



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Ok so you have lost your nub, and are buying a new rubber?

Surely you want a new nub first? You can replace a nub with the inner tube of a biro cut to length.

As for rubbers, Madbull are fine.

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all madbull rubbers come with a spare nub anyway, and If you're in that area of teh gun, you may aswell replace stock bits.

Send the doctors home, I'll be doing the operating around here.

 

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