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21 June 2009 - 12:53 PMHey all been a long time since I've been here, and honestly a long time since I've used any of this stuff so I figured its time to sell it to people who can use it!
if you don't like my pictures PM me and I can get you more!
all prices listed are OBO
I do not want your trades!
all prices are minus shipping costs
I have feedback, and used to be all over this site, I'm not shipping without cash in hand
I speak English so should you if you want a response
ok now onto the pictures!
27 April 2008 - 04:41 PMhey all lets take a look at what I got in the mail yesterday
Gotta love DHL...
what be this?
The casket opens to reveal.
The FEP Quest rescued from the coffin
The Quest comes to life!
23 March 2008 - 12:16 PMhey guys, I've been looking into picking up an automag for sometime now, there is one issue price.
I would like to get an automag, classic valve. doesn't have to be anything special and I don't mind if its pretty beat up (due to limited price range)
so I can only offer 100 max right now, so if you have an automag you are looking to get rid of and are willing to let it go cheap post here then PM me since I might not check this thread all the time.
oh and it must be in working condition, or able to be in working condition easily.
so lets see the automag goodness!
23 February 2008 - 06:10 PMyou heard it Tech T finally released their Mini bolt... sadly it does not live up to the hype, and offers little over the original bolt as they themselves admit
its a pity really, however they are offering to replace any old bolt with a newer bolt if/when they release it for just $15 more along with letting them keep the old TechT bolts... seems like they put in alot of money into the R&D of this bolt with little result and they are trying to recoup their losses
sorry guys, apparently I need more sleep, this should be the right site
reason for edit: as stated by two below I posted the wrong link
31 January 2008 - 09:15 PMAlright guys, I'm one of those guys who likes to tear everything down and take a look at the guts of things and I figure that other people who don't have access to the same Markers or would like to see what they look like before purchasing so here I am taking apart my Mini to show you what it looks like and what makes it tick.
first a picture to show off This also shows where the velocity is adjusted
now lets take a look inside, as you can see it takes one screw to remove the bolt/poppet power tube
after you remove that you get this
As you can see its two parts the bolt and the power tube (for lack of a better term) as you can see there are two o-rings on the bolt as well as a rubber bumper in the front
here is the powertube on its own, the little gold thing in the center is the poppet. There is a total of 7 o-rings on the outside of the powertube, and two on the poppet itself
Alright little break from picture time to do a bit of explaining, The PSI is fixed independent from the Velocity, and some would ask how this is achieved. Well go take a look at the first pic where you saw the velocity adjuster, the thing you are turning is actually a little bumper that the poppet hits each time the marker is fired, the further pushed out the velocity screw the further the poppet can travel increasing air flow which thus increases velocity.
enough nerd talk back to pictures!
this is a full and utter teardown of the Mini and the parts from left to right are as follow. 1) battery cover 2) foregrip (where the battery and board are contained) 3)board 4) noid and part of air thru grip 5) eye and Hall trigger board 6) upper half of marker 7) grip frame and regulator 8) bolt and powertube.
here we have the secondary board (don't know what else to call it) it contains the eyes and the hall optic trigger sensor
the sensor is on the bottom and to be honest I'm still figuring out how the heck this works... but I know it involves this as well
if you see the trigger there is a small magnet attached to a screw and pulling the trigger pulls the magnet down which moves the magnet away from a sensor on the board which lowers the magnetic field (this is called the Hall effect). This activates the noid (that silver tube) and makes a satisfying clicking noise comparable to a sear tripper without air
alright there you have it boys and girls a full teardown of the Invert Mini, feel free to ask questions, and let me know if you want any more up close picture of specific pieces (other than the serial number you criminals ) and I would be happy to supply them as well as more explanations if any arise. I have done this all myself, and the only people I can give credit to is the people who made the Mini