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#436 User is offline   Gauss 

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Posted 11 March 2010 - 07:21 PM

Ya why did you take it apart in the first place?
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Posted 11 March 2010 - 08:14 PM

View Postburntearth, on Mar 10 2010, 08:13 PM, said:

I had taken my marker (partially) apart to clean it,


Just to clean and lube (just like the manual suggested). I guess it wasn't "apart" so much as lubricating the parts that needed it. Didn't touch the sear, either of the springs, or the three way. Just removed the trigger frame from the body, the bolt and the IVG, lubed, and replaced (figured I could do that much without wrecking anything). And yes, I did make sure to put the bolt back in properly, hole facing down. The O rings appear to be ok, just from eyeballing...made sure to put some Tech T where the manual suggested, and made sure all the parts made it back onto the marker.

This is why I'm a bit confused, I didn't touch anything that didn't require regular maintenance/cleaning/lube.
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Posted 12 March 2010 - 01:27 AM

Is everything together properly? Is the Valve Jam nut tight? The nut that holds the valve in place. If it gets loose, the valve can move, causing erratic velocities, and can severly damage the body's threads for that jam nut. You'd need a cocker valve tool to check, and normally i'd offer you my own, but T0ast still has it. Any PB store with a tech should have one who can check for you.
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Posted 13 March 2010 - 03:32 PM

To the person who said their Trilogy will not fire, did you make sure to screw the back block onto the ram rod?
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Posted 05 May 2010 - 05:13 PM

Mmmmm... new autococker today, for cheap.

$69 shipped got me a 2k2 body, complete with internals, black dust. Chrome backblock, one of those 'cheater' cocking rods that can adjust the IVG, ... and now that prt that will make you all jealous.

Also included:
Nickel PPS Male Stabilizer
Chrome Hollowpoint (had to hammer the shaft straight and replace the seals, but it works as well as ever now)
PPS Ram, immaculate condition
Black DYE Single-hinge frame.

I slapped a Microrock on there with a Freeflow knob, added an ASA and rail, threaded in a barrel, and it shot great, the first attempt. Whoa. Not bad for eyeballing the hammer lug into place, and not even touching the timing rod.
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