Each jump up in roller size (-4 to -2 or std to +2, for example) increases the gap by .004" (.1mm).
Conversely, each drop down closes the gap by .004" (.1mm).
trying to get all my HK's close to spec. heres where im at with what im workin with...
MP5K #16LP .013"/.330mm standard rollers
MP5/10mm #25 HI LP .012"/.305mm standard rollers
HK33K #7 LP .011"/.279mm standard rollers
HK11 30T LP .008"/.203mm standard rollers
G3K #18 LP .025"/ .635mm -2 rollers
Im worried about this gun. never shot it yet, bought from G.miller few months ago and had standard rollers and the gap was larger than my gauges. gap still is slightly loose on the largest gauge i have at .025"
i can calculate $ easily, but get sidetracked on the roller formula. thanks in advance!
are there different bolt gaps produced using different locking pieces with the same roller size? im worried about the gap on a couple of em thats gonna need the +4's. curious how much time to give it.. thanks AD