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Old 07-22-2012, 07:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Classic valve rt effect?

So I recently bought a ninja 45/45 off of a guy here and ran it on my micromag(micro classic valve) and notice the trigger is way way more sensitive than when running co2. I am running everything through a gas through grip. With co2 the trigger was fine, hardly ever short stroked unless I tried. Trigger was snappy but not overly so...

now with hpa if I don't focus on really pulling the trigger all the way back then it's a lot easier to short stroke. Sometimes it will double or triple fire if I only pull the trigger a little ways. I'm guessing the input pressure is pretty high for this to happen? I need to switch a gauge around to determine my actually output pressure.
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Mine is the same way, especially on nice hot days. "RTing" isn't anything that I try to make it do or count on but it is a great feeling pull.
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