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03 March 2010 - 01:56 PMgreat... so now i can reassemble but i have a extra screw...... and i cant find the velocity tuner
03 March 2010 - 12:44 AMI am having trouble reassembling my marker and had a few questions
1) with the velocity screw does that fall out when i take the gun apart
2) if i clean the externals after a day of play can i just put 2-3 drops of oil in the asa to lube the gun
3)how do i adjust the grip... i cant get it to stay in now
also... it the x7 phenom easier to clean or still a hassle
1 ) if the power tube is totated to the right positioin, then it shouldn't happen, but you may bnot have it threaded in far enough either
2 ) that is fine ... i use to smear a little air tool oil with my finger on the moving parts of the internals .. very lightly
3 ) the grip is part of the receiver half ... it is not adjustable not sure what you mean here ... do you have a was board that has a solenoid and the plunger won't go in place inside the grip ? lining that up can be a tricky deal. there are little slots to align all of that if that is what you are talking about
its an A5, the grip is adjustable..... i just took apart the marker i didnt screw it tho
02 March 2010 - 08:31 PMHey all you new guys..... here is a good setup to try for your first gun :
1) Tippmann A5 Basic
2) 14" progressive barrel
3) low profile hopper
4) 20 ounce CO2 tank
its works great.... THE ONLY THING I SHOULD SAY IS GET THE STORE TO SHOW YOU HOW TO CLEAN IT AND WORK IT
lots of parts and cleaning can be a bit overwhelming
02 March 2010 - 08:18 PMya haha
hey can the velocity screw fall out when i take apart the gun ?
also how do i get the grip in securely.....
02 March 2010 - 05:33 PMThe Phenom is great. I've only taken it out twice (being winter), but wasn't disappointed either time.
Use the manual and keep track of the parts when you disassemble it.
I also have an SP1, which has easier bolt access. Unfortunately, it failed on me Saturday when I attempted to test out the newly-added double trigger, so I ran the Phenom the entire day. No issues whatsoever (other than the J&J shredding Heat, so I switched back to the stock barrel, which was fine).
just as long as it doesnt have all the spring and annoying banjos the A5 has then im good