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Old 06-23-2012, 06:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ooh, the x-valve likes the 1500 psi...

Recently picked up a Ninja 1500 psi output reg here on the BST. I had been using my X with my Macdev 850 psi and was'nt sure if it was working right or not.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3A7r0VrIsGM


Works fine now!
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Old 06-23-2012, 08:57 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Hey bolt...Are you able to one ball that thing? One ball per pull?
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That's the same reason I turned my SHP down from 1100 psi to 950 psi. I can't imagine how hard it would be to control 1500 psi.
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Hey bolt...Are you able to one ball that thing? One ball per pull?

I'm still learning my way around it. I can one-ball it, but after a few one balls, i'll get a 2 or 3 shot burst.

I only have a couple old school Revys for loaders so the L10 works overtime and kinda kills the fun. But that may be the only way to keep this thing Recball-playable.

I've got a Halo B coming any day now from some kid on PBN. That should do the trick.
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You can one ball it pretty easy weather its 950psi or 3000psi but the trick is you have tp be forcefull with that one pull making sure is goes all the way back to the trigger stop, which is what Ive found playing with my SHP pro and my buddies which mine is set to 950 and his 1200 still. You just have to be real forcefull with that pull otherwise its gonna RT like a mofo till you let go of that sweetspot. Another pointer for oneballing with a double trigger is finding that sweetspot and what spot doesnt let it RT as well then use the weak spot for your oneballing which Ive found to be usually at the very bottom of the trigger.
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Only reason I was asking is it looked like it was going full auto on a few of the shots. But what Irish said is true. Further down you place your finger on the trigger, the more control you'll have shooting the marker. Sweet spotting it is more "controllable" further up you are.
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