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Wolverine Airsoft Nozzle for G&G M14 Series for Hydra Engine (Gen. 1)Wolverine Airsoft Nozzle for G&G M14 Series for Hydra Engine (Gen. 1)
0,69 €
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39,90 €

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Wolverine Airsoft Nozzle for G&G M14 Series for Hydra Engine (Gen. 1)

A spare nozzle for Wolverine Airsoft Hydra engine (Gen. 1). Compatible with G&G M14 series guns. If you are using an M14 with Tokyo Marui standards, this nozzle won’t fit it.

NOTE! The nozzle is not directly compatible with the Inferno engine, it requires a proprietary Hydra front end.

What in the World is HPA?

HPA (High Pressure Air) or compressed air is the fourth power source in airsoft guns. An HPA engine consists of mechanical and often also electric parts. The more advanced HPA engines give the user good adjustment possibilities (muzzle velocity, rate of fire etc.), while the mechanics are quite simple, and easily maintained!

Compressed air, unlike liquid gasses (e.g. green gas and CO2), must be put into a separate 200 or 300 bar HPA tank, in order to fire more than about twenty shots with the gun. A line is drawn from the HPA tank through the regulator and into the HPA engine to provide the air into the gun that pushes the BB out of the barrel. The line and tank are the only downside of the HPA guns when you compare them to gas-powered or electric guns.

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