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Old 04-17-2012, 09:11 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Stupid question: why not just put a secondary inline regulator between the tank and the gun?

Would that not work?
I would assume no, due to how the agd regulator is currently setup. It may not even fire if i drop the psi entering the marker's valve to low. I am still assuming it has something to do with the internal regulator springs (part #799 and #800). I contacted FNH directly and they gave me a tech's number line. So I guess I will directly speak with a tech on this.
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Well after getting annoyed by the fn people, I spoke to one of the original techs on the project. He informs me it is a simple spring pack replacement.

i was looking at the wrong valve at first... I was looking at the Retro.. Oops Its a classic and part number is #329.

So it was just a spring problem.

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So all one needs to do to convert an FN-303 is replace the spring to get it down to sub 300fps?
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according to the tech from agd, yes.
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