So i brought my gun into my tech today, to check if everything looks as it should, he said i installed everything internally perfectly, shimmed pretty well, and had a nice beautiful gun. I then say, hey, i was having installing my prometheus hop up, and a prommy hard bucking.. I told him how i needed to use a cylinder shaped chisel to shave off a bit of the inside of my gear that you rotate through the dust cover (on my m4). I understood, because i tried installing it and had to kind of force/jam it onto my prommy hop up.
That was issue one. Simple chisel job. Finished.
The next bothersome part was learning that prommy hard buckings are super tight, and are way to tight to fit into even my stock hop up, let alone, the prometheus hop up which i assumed it was made for... *facepalm to you japanese*
My hard bucking tore. Bb's failed to feed corectly as the bucking was too tight and the bb nearly had to be pushed through just to come out... After talking with my tech a bit, he said, never get a new hop up or bucking, stick with the stock hop up and bucking....
I asked, well, doing my research and bringing it up on here, lot's have told me to get a new hop up and bucking for better range as a first step before internal air seal/ compression. He said, false, hop up and bucking has nothing to do with range. Is he right?
Did i pretty much waste $70 on the hop up and bucking? Heres what happened to my prommy bucking. Torn. Below is my stock hop up. still shooting perfectly fine.