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02 November 2007 - 04:40 PMI recently sold a RT-Pro, and right now the buyer is having one heck of a weird problem with it.
When I last used the mag, it was perfectly fine. It shot at 280fps, RT was crisp, and everything was fine. But now that the buyer has received it, he says that it shoots air out the back from the little hole thats on top? I dont understand how it could suddenly start leaking like that, but I assume an O-ring has become displaced or something?
The only info I have is that it shoots air out of that hole, and all I can think of is overpressurizing, or turning the FPS up too far. Am I correct? Are there any other possible causes?
18 October 2007 - 12:14 AMOk but really, I'm sure many of you have noticed the REALLY REALLY cheap cockers recently? I mean, a superstock for $150? A black magic for $300? Getting reallll cheap right about now.
And I've always had a lil thing for snipers, so I'm thinking of buying a superstock, and putting a pump kit on it.
Question though, its got a SF trigger frame. Its electric, and I'm not sure if you can still use a pump kit? Do I need to buy a mechanical gripframe?
I might end up going with one of wevo's kits..
And can you put stockclass feeds on snipers? I haven't seen too many, but I saw one, and wasn't sure if it was a total custom job or what.
Also, do you need to use HPA? Or are all cockers able to take CO2, even if they're electric? I'm not exactly sure how they work.. So, yea.
Maybe a good cheap sniper in the road ahead! Yay!
Oh one last question, can you pump a black magic? It's halfblocked, so I'm not sure how that works.
08 October 2007 - 10:08 PMI was thinking of buying one of these for my next gun. What do you guys think? Negatives? Positives?
It looks pretty awesome as far as pistols go! Think it'd be practical to use as a primary? Cause it'd be a giant waste if I didnt lol
24 September 2007 - 11:44 PMSOLD!!!
Now, the breakdown:
Red-Black Evil Driver barrel
Black Strangler twist-clamp feedneck (from RPG I think?)
Black Magnetic detents
Red Depot body
Black RPG Shadow rail
Black Air-thru Bike-gripped foregrip
Black AGD Intelliframe
Red RPG Viperblade trigger
Luke's Customs black grip panels with red rubber inserts
Red Custom Products ON/OFF ASA + rail
LVL X bolt + kit.
Full set of macro already installed
And it'll come with the LVL7 bolt too.
and a red dropforward if you want it.
However, there are SOME problems with the gun.. but they're mainly cosmetic. The barrel has some scratches on the very tip, all on the outside, and the Evil jewel sticker is missing... still looks cool without it though. No burrs at all extending into the barrel, and it still has that mirror finish inside. There are some scratches on the intelliframe right around the trigger pin from trying to get the original trigger off. You can see the extent of the scratches in the pictures. Very minor. Also some minor scratches right around the detents holes, but you can barely even see those. It takes careful looks to notice em. All in all, if you're just looking at this gun from more than 3 ft, you would not even notice the scratches.
The thing is absolutely beautiful though. If you like the red and black theme, this is the gun that will do it for you. The trigger lives up to the name too, completely responsive. I've gotten lots of looks at the shooting range just from trying to break in the lvlx spring. Lots of looks. And more than once people have mistaken it for an E-Mag! The 'mag is amazingly QUIET too. Coming off an A5, when I first fired this baby, I thought I had something in my ears. It rings a simply beautiful "thwump."
Of course, being a mag, its got all the same plusses, easy to field-strip, easier to maintain. Couple drops of oil into the valve, barrel off, dry fire a couple times and you're good to go.
I'm looking for around $500 obo shipped. I will also accept trades though! I'll consider anything in my favor, but I'll take much closer looks at anything Palmers, and maybe Tac-Ones, longbows, and whatnot. I'll be willing to add for a complete longbow setup. I'll also consider nice phantoms, or phantoms + cash or w/e! Please, nothing Tippmann at all. I've had enough.
I'm really flexible as to what I'll take, so just OFFER UP! Worst I can do is say no, or ask for something different!
Any questions, just ask!
18 September 2007 - 12:49 PMAs we know, the regulator on a tank really determines the tank's worth. The same CF wrapped tank with different regulators can make the largest difference in price..
my question is, what happens when a HPA tank fails hydro? I know some testers punch holes in the tank to completely fail them, but what happens to the regulator?
Can you salvage it? Can you pay someone to take the regulator off your expired tank and have him put it on a new tank? I'd guess this would save so much money over simply buying a new tank with a new regulator of the same brand you'd like.
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