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Old 03-01-2013, 09:18 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Don't bother setting up your power tube spacer or on/off pin on a raw (unanodized) rail that you plan on anodizing. Otherwise, you may have to go through it all again.

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Old 09-28-2013, 06:13 PM   #22 (permalink)
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It may be useful to have Tom Kaye's training videos added to this thread. The entire series can be found here.
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Old 05-08-2014, 12:32 PM   #23 (permalink)
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Here is a video I shot to show my issue. I've read the diagnostics and watched the videos but just to clarify; My issue is with the powertube?
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Here is a video I shot to show my issue. I've read the diagnostics and watched the videos but just to clarify; My issue is with the powertube?
video is private; cannot see it.
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Barrels are like girls... Some people are just happy to have one that looks good. Or even one that everyone else likes. Other people want a tight, accurate bore to run their balls through.
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yes. i think you may be getting liquid c02 into the system and it's freezing the o-ring, so it can't seal properly. i would try shooting it using hpa and see if you have the same issue.

some other things to look at just to make sure; check that the sear and bolt lip that catches the sear are not too worn out. check the bolt spring; make sure it's not worn out. it should extend past the bolt tip by about 1/4". make sure when the marker is gassed up, that you have a small gap between the back of the trigger and the trigger pin.
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I don't have access to HPA (Ridiculous I know) as there is nowhere to fill a tank... I'm working on that!

I though perhaps I was getting liquid in it. I'm going to try some braided steel hoses and an expansion chamber and see how that goes.

I just took a good look at the gun and everything else seems fine except the sear. The front of the sear is nice and sharp and the rear portion of the sear (which I assume hits the on/off) is pretty much square. Is this correct?

for now lets blame the Co2. I'll update this later.
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Old 09-09-2014, 09:57 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Go vertical or get an anti-syphon tube with the CO2.



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So is the on/off length dependent on the valve or the rail? I have an emag valve that won't work without a .750 length pin on a am/mm rail.
emag uses a shorter pin, I think its .710
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