Oh boo hoo **** tard.
Originally Posted by whynotplay519
I have had a dp g3 for about 2 months now and it worked the first time shooting straight and everything but thenit just didnt do that i got a new reg and it still doesnt work if somebody could please tell me what i should it will be helpful
Ok so from what i understand from your poor lack of grammar and sentence structure. The gun has quit shooting straight...
Well lets first get this straight, there are too many characteristics to define to keep a paintball "straight" if you want to call it that. Accuracy in paintball is determined by consistency, the more consistency you have shot to shot, the better your accuracy will be. Now you obviously dont know what the **** you are doing if you decide to go out and buy a new reg instead of you know doing something as simple as just lubing your old one. Since you seem to lack intelligence and common sense i will lay out the ground works for you to increase your consistency.
1. regulator consistency. Be sure that you have a well broken, taken care of, and lubed regulator. Some regulators have poor consistency, generally most are the same, just the individual who uses it.
2. Paint to bore match, a good paint to bore match with a nicely machined, honed, and polished barrel kit along with consistent paint (aka the expensive stuff) will prove to yield more "accuracy"
3. LPR. If your marker has an lpr be sure that the pressure is set to the correct amount and that the seals are good and broken in, and that the lpr is lubed properly to prevent stick.
4. Other ammodities are things such as the bolt and any moving parts or other variables within the marker. Make sure again these are properly broken in, and/or lubed properly to allow the best physical with the low coefficient of friction. This coupled with the consistency of the input regulator, lpr, and a nice paint/barrel match will yield the best results from a marker.
5. Finally your tank regulator. Tank regulators do not always hold the best recharge. There are data sheets on some of the older regs on the market. You might want to take a look and see where your tank falls. Some input regulators can possibly fluctuate between the differences of these recharge rates and cause an inconsistency from shot to shot.
Did that help? Afterall, the day it took for you to sit here and monitor this thread you could have learned all this... If you tried.