Manufactured by: Gungineer Airsoft Works

G.A.W. Spring Spacers for AEG Pistons

Manufactured by: Gungineer Airsoft Works

G.A.W. Spring Spacers for AEG Pistons

Weight: 0.06 lb

Model: GAW-SPACER

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These are POM Spring Spacers imported from Gungineer Airsoft Works in Japan.

The purpose of these Spacers is to fine tune the AEG's FPS output, which can be very handy. The user can simply place the Spacers inside the piston to boost FPS. The spacers further compress the spring, and thus increases power.

The Spring spacers are made of POM material, which is light weight (0.17g / mm) and very durable.

Contents:

1mm x 2
3mm x 1
5mm x 3.

The spacer length can vary from 1mm to 20mm by putting these together.

Compatible with 15mm internal diameter pistons.

product details

These are POM Spring Spacers imported from Gungineer Airsoft Works in Japan.

The purpose of these Spacers is to fine tune the AEG's FPS output, which can be very handy. The user can simply place the Spacers inside the piston to boost FPS. The spacers further compress the spring, and thus increases power.

The Spring spacers are made of POM material, which is light weight (0.17g / mm) and very durable.

Contents:

1mm x 2
3mm x 1
5mm x 3.

The spacer length can vary from 1mm to 20mm by putting these together.

Compatible with 15mm internal diameter pistons.

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The inner diameter of the spacer is to small to fit in piston heads with bearings. It will not fit over the plastic and screw area and the spacer will sit on top of it which will damage both the piston head and the spacer. I had to dremel the inner diameter bigger so that the spacer sits perfectly on top of the bearings instead of the screw. You only have to dremel one spacer, if you wanted to put more on top you dont need to dremel all of them. On my setup with a m100 I put two of the 5mm, (packs comes with 3 but i broke one trying to modify it), one i dremeled to fir on the bearings, and the other i let it sit on top with no modification. Note, dont try drilling the hole bigger with a drill bit, it broke instantly, lesson learned, dremel it out is the safest.