View Full Version : Choppage

05-06-2008, 05:37 PM
Well, after some searching, and realizing that there is no anti-chop bolts for the MR1 (yet.), it has made me very sadface. So, what should I do?

I am thinking it is because my hopper is fond of "popcorning," and I am pointing towards a Qloader to solve that. But, the real question is, what else should I do? Turn down my velocity? Get an ACP bolt? I need some help because this is maybe the worst problem I have ever faced on my MR1. Also, what is the size of the larger hex wrench used for taking off the stock, changing velocity, etc?

05-06-2008, 05:40 PM
popcorning is because of the blowback. how the spyder operates basically.
Qloaders are amazing on the MR series if you make i twork. ACP strikers help reduce the blowback/kick.

Id suggest to get rid of the shake-n-bake and get a electric loader.

05-06-2008, 05:48 PM
Yeah, Qloader is the best way out because I do not like the loud noise when hauling a$$ through the woods. And hopper lids always pop open when I take slides soo yeah. Also, the large size of the electric hoppers is redundant, simply because they are loud, and the Qloader has a nice, sexy low profile perfect for my job. (I'm always picked as the sniper for my team.)

05-06-2008, 05:55 PM
the evolution3 is actually a pretty reliable hopper: force fed, not too loud (when out of paint), cheap ($30-$35 used), and the lid doesnt "pop" open like others. some people complain about weak feednecks, but i've never had that problem.

05-06-2008, 05:57 PM
Okay, now about the allenwrench, what size is it?

05-06-2008, 06:01 PM
wish i could tell you, but i gave my friend his mr1 back... i think its 2.5 mm

05-06-2008, 08:22 PM
I usually just have the one sitting there so I forget what size. I'm actually pretty sure it's a 3mm.
yeah. it is. For reference, here's a link to new screws (http://www.sundragonpps.com/catalog/item/3373147/2942811.htm).

05-07-2008, 03:57 AM
I know of one anti-chop bolt for the mr1. muzungu_mbaya on pbnation has modified a JAM bolt to fit the mr1. I think it was a one off, if there was a high demand I think he would make more.

05-07-2008, 09:43 AM
You can get all the allenkeys you need, metric and ASE, for under 20 bucks at any hardware store.

05-07-2008, 09:47 AM
cheaper than that really. i spent $0.94 at Wal-Mart for a set of SAE and Metric.

05-07-2008, 12:05 PM
cheaper than that really. i spent $0.94 at Wal-Mart for a set of SAE and Metric.
ha, same ones I have, except I payed $0.84. They're the ones in the little blue pouch right? They're cheap and and the tips round easily but I don't care, cuz they're only $0.84. When I run out of paint, I can always just throw allen wrenches. They're even cheaper than the paint, so no loss.:D