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07 April 2009 - 07:03 PM
BUMP! I still want this barrel!!!
28 August 2008 - 08:25 AMHaven't been able to find a non-coiled remote. I know about what length I need, and it's consistent. I've pretty much confirmed the resistance my coiled remote is putting on air coming through is limiting my marker's bps and velocity consistency, mainly due to recharge time.
What do I need to make one? Steel braided hose? I have enough 1/8" NPT fittings from the coiled remote(s) I have already.
If you decide to make one-make sure you put a slide check on it. And take GREAT CARE when using a steel line- I have seen people get whipped by their own remote.
28 August 2008 - 08:23 AMIf it has air coming out of top- possiblilty you may need a new o-ring in the valve. Or there is dirt in the valve. It will be one or the other. If, it is not the oring or dirt-take it back to where you bought it and have them fix it.
26 August 2008 - 01:22 AMRed Bus standing By,
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24 August 2008 - 04:39 PMYou need to strip your valve down and remove any debris you find in there. Bulk CO2 bottles get a lot of debris in the gun. Replace all the o-rings and re-grease the spring pack (under the velocity nut) and finish a little oil. Retest and it will shoot fine. Since you are using CO2, I would recommend that you tear the valve down after a days play and gently remove any debris you find with a pick and a soft cloth. Use care with the pick around o-rings. If you switch to n2- your gun will run alot better and it will cut down on maintaince.
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