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Old 08-22-2011, 11:53 PM   #1 (permalink)
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micro emag help

Just got a micro emag and it has no rail bushing, anyone no if it is supposed to, it wouldn't fit in the body but could align the lowers and spacer plate. The gun acts like the bolt is stuck but I can't find anything wrong the valve works in other markers any help would be much appreciated.
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Old 08-23-2011, 09:59 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Which bolt is it, and have you tried just sliding the bolt in to make sure it fits?

Which body is it?

Occasionally, a level 10 will be a little too bulged at the front and the body will be too tight so that you have to pick one to sand down.
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Just got a micro emag and it has no rail bushing, anyone no if it is supposed to, it wouldn't fit in the body but could align the lowers and spacer plate. The gun acts like the bolt is stuck but I can't find anything wrong the valve works in other markers any help would be much appreciated.
Micro Emags are nightmares. It's been a while, but I seem to recall that they should have the rail bushing. (I could be mistaken though, im sure someone will correct me).

Put the gun all together, take the grip off the driver side and see if you can toggle the sear to fire the gun. If you can, there is something up with the electronic part of it. If you can't, there is something mechanically wrong going on there and your best bet would be to send it to Tuna if so.


EDIT - Spyders post reminded me that there was a fit issue with some of the micro mag bodies and the lvl 10 bolts.
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The lowers work with a automag rail and body the body works with the valve and benchmark frame put them together and the sear moves the on/off but the bolt won't move. When you remove the valve you can see the sear seems to retract far enough the only thing I can figure is its an alignment problem but a standard rail bushing won't work.
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More than likely you have the wrong on/off pin in there. You need the .712 pin and need to replace the small top on/off oring with the black quad oring.
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Can the pin be ground down, or should I just buy another? And why does the valve work in my other emag?
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Can the pin be ground down, or should I just buy another? And why does the valve work in my other emag?
The micro-e's needed stupid-short pins. .700-.680 as per RRFireblade. There is no 'right spec' on them. If you can wait about 2 weeks, I'd be willing to tech it for you.
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Thanks man your right on I ground a pin to .704 and she rips but when it pinches a ball it seems like the bolt takes to long to reset or almost doesn't at all. The valve does not do this with the .712 on/off in the other emag is this because the air is getting by the on/off and pushing on the bolt? Will there be a sweet spot like .708? Another issue I'm having is double feeds the detent seems to stick far enough in and doesn't bind the spring is maybe a little weak any ideas to help this would also be appreciated.

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First make sure you have the proper carrier inside the lvl 10. Go up a carrier, if it leaks then you know you had the proper one in. After that, add shims one at a time to your lvl 10, that should fix your reset issues.
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Tried that stuff like I said it seems to be related to the shorter on/off is that possible?
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