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Old 03-09-2007, 12:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question 6-Pak check valve?

So its not a gun but it is a AGD product.

I just picked up 6-pak #336 on ebay a week ago. It is in great shape and the guy said he hardly ever played with it, which I believe.

But It seems to be missing the check valve. The was a piece that screed into the from of the ASA adapter correct?

I was wondering if anyome could take picture of thier checkvalve assembly for me so I could try to aquire the parts to assemble one for my 6-pak.
It would be especially helpfull if someone could tell me thread size and other part sizes.

Thank you for any help, Ill get some pics of the 6-Pak up in the next couple weeks onc ei get back from spring break.

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Maybe see if you can't adapt the check valve that White Wolf Airsmithing has for the CCI bucket changer.... it's a spring and bb arangement... then all you might need is some kind of grub screw that has been drilled through to allow the gas to continue through into the gun.

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Old 03-23-2007, 03:15 PM   #4 (permalink)
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How I made a check valve for mine(before I sold it):

I found a bolt in my scrap bin that fit the threads, cut the end off it, cut a slot for a screw driver and drilled a hole through it. THen I placed a spring, bb, and o-ring in the hole and screwed the bolt stub into it. It is not a difficult process...
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Yeh I know I can do it no problem, its just that im at college and my pile of tinkering stuff is back in my shop at home so I hoped off hand someone knew the size of the thread.

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