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Manufactured by: ActionSportGames (ASG)

ASG Ultimate M115 Upgrade Spring - Yellow

Manufactured by: ActionSportGames (ASG)

ASG Ultimate M115 Upgrade Spring - Yellow

Weight: 0.06 lb

Model: ASG-18765

Regular price $10.95
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These springs are designed from the start to deliver the best output while keeping their coil strength, consistency, and quality.

Ultimate Mil-Spec AEG springs are manufactured out of the best steel (SiCr) available for springs, which is the same steel used for real firearm buffer springs. These springs are pre-compressed, which greatly reduces power loss from initial shrinkage. The Mil-Spec springs are also color coded for better identifying them when switching out the spring for different skirmishes. With the closed and ground ends, the spring remains in place during use to prevent a reduction in ROF due to bending.

All of the ASG springs are progressively coiled, which provides a soft start that eases stress on both mechanical and electrical parts. The black zinc plating also provides corrosion resistance without impairing spring performance. ASG's full specification control provides the same specification for every spring produced.

Note: Each strength of spring will have a different length and the coil spacing will differ as well. This is completely intentional, and this design is what allows the springs to be as consistent as they are. For example: the M125 spring is actually the shortest of the 5 springs with the tightest spacing, while the M115 is the longest with the loosest spacing.

Specs:

M115 Yellow
Material: Oil tempered SiCr-alloyed spring wire
Material code: EN10270-2
Dia. rod: 1.3mm
De (dia. ext): 14
R (springrate) N/mm: 0,519
Total coils: 29
Mass: 12g
LO (free state): 170mm
Lc (BLOC): 38mm
L1: 100
F1 N: 47
L2: 55
F2N: 70
Coiling Type: Progressive
End Coiling: Closed and ground
Free length condition: Pre-compressed
Anti-corrosion protection: Black zinc plating
Color code: Yellow

product details

These springs are designed from the start to deliver the best output while keeping their coil strength, consistency, and quality.

Ultimate Mil-Spec AEG springs are manufactured out of the best steel (SiCr) available for springs, which is the same steel used for real firearm buffer springs. These springs are pre-compressed, which greatly reduces power loss from initial shrinkage. The Mil-Spec springs are also color coded for better identifying them when switching out the spring for different skirmishes. With the closed and ground ends, the spring remains in place during use to prevent a reduction in ROF due to bending.

All of the ASG springs are progressively coiled, which provides a soft start that eases stress on both mechanical and electrical parts. The black zinc plating also provides corrosion resistance without impairing spring performance. ASG's full specification control provides the same specification for every spring produced.

Note: Each strength of spring will have a different length and the coil spacing will differ as well. This is completely intentional, and this design is what allows the springs to be as consistent as they are. For example: the M125 spring is actually the shortest of the 5 springs with the tightest spacing, while the M115 is the longest with the loosest spacing.

Specs:

M115 Yellow
Material: Oil tempered SiCr-alloyed spring wire
Material code: EN10270-2
Dia. rod: 1.3mm
De (dia. ext): 14
R (springrate) N/mm: 0,519
Total coils: 29
Mass: 12g
LO (free state): 170mm
Lc (BLOC): 38mm
L1: 100
F1 N: 47
L2: 55
F2N: 70
Coiling Type: Progressive
End Coiling: Closed and ground
Free length condition: Pre-compressed
Anti-corrosion protection: Black zinc plating
Color code: Yellow

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M.F.

This spring works especially well with guns that use pre-cocking mosfets. After ~3k shots over a month with a pre-cocked warfet left on the entire time, I haven't seen a drop in fps. My only gripe is that these can be a pain to install without a quick-change spring due to their length.

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R.K.

While these are long and may be difficult to install in an non QSC gearbox, these are very consistent. I left one in a TITAN build for a year and a half that had pre cocking set to high. I never disabled the prococking. After doing a clean/rebuild of the gearbox, the spring still produced the same joule output it did when I first built it.

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