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Manufactured by: Guarder

Guarder SP110 Spring

Manufactured by: Guarder

Guarder SP110 Spring

Weight: 0.13 lb

Model: SP-110

Regular price $11.00
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Guarder is a Taiwanese brand that makes strong Gearbox parts with good precision and quality control. Because of this, Guarder has a solid reputation as a parts manufacturer. Brill Armory is proud to add a variety of Guarder products to our inventory.

Guarder springs are made of Oil Quenched/Tempered Si-Cr Alloy Steel Wire and are generally considered to be some of the most consistent springs on the market. These springs are rated to their actual power and are not mislabeled like some ACM springs on the market.

Please note that the final AEG power output is dependent on a ton of factors, and as such Brill Armory cannot guarantee a certain FPS. Some factors include compression, inner barrel length, cylinder type, inner barrel diameter, BB's used, bucking/hop-up parts used, and tappet timing.

product details

Guarder is a Taiwanese brand that makes strong Gearbox parts with good precision and quality control. Because of this, Guarder has a solid reputation as a parts manufacturer. Brill Armory is proud to add a variety of Guarder products to our inventory.

Guarder springs are made of Oil Quenched/Tempered Si-Cr Alloy Steel Wire and are generally considered to be some of the most consistent springs on the market. These springs are rated to their actual power and are not mislabeled like some ACM springs on the market.

Please note that the final AEG power output is dependent on a ton of factors, and as such Brill Armory cannot guarantee a certain FPS. Some factors include compression, inner barrel length, cylinder type, inner barrel diameter, BB's used, bucking/hop-up parts used, and tappet timing.

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High quality and High performance.

Works great in my recent SSG build. No complaints so far, will buy again for my future DSG.

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Very consistent Performance

The tech where I work suggested using Gaurder springs. Now they are in almost everyone of my builds. Gaurder springs give great performance and do not loose their spring rate like many other manufacturers springs. I highly recommend them for your next performance build!

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A.K.

Definitely the best spring you're going to ever user that's on the market. Dropped it into my SSG Build 14:1,14-teeth SHS Piston (shortstroked by 1), Full Cylinder, 363mm R-Hop Barrel and I get perfect 1.5J on .32s when spring is settled in.

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H.H.

I can highly recommend Guarder springs, all the springs I've used from Guarder has given muzzle velocities very close to what they're rated at. These springs are rated for .25g BB's, so a general rule of thumb is to add 10 to get the approximate "M" rating. This spring is equivalent to an M120 spring and it's given very close to 120m/s with .20's in the guns I've installed them in. One build had a 6.03x455mm barrel and a relatively heavy piston assembly with bearings and clocked in at 122m/s. Other AEG's with slightly less optimal compression has clocked in at slightly below 120m/s. I haven't tested these springs for more than a half season but I expect them to last longer than the SHS/DA springs I used before as these springs definitely seem to be much higher quality. They cost more than SHS springs, but they're worth the higher price IMO.

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