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Old 05-31-2013, 03:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Black Dye Build

Alright so All the goodies are:
-Black ULE centerfeed body
-Pristine Black X-valve & lvl10 ( TY expelled )
-Black Dye single trigger Frame
-Dye Stickies
-Black SP freak
-Black Bob Long clamping feedneck

Soon to come:
-Black Freak bored Dye UL barrel 14"
-Black CP mini Rail (unless I can find a Dye replacement)
-Black Dye UL ASA
-Black CCM Macro fittings

Who can guess the color of the macroline?

This is to be my main marker for OK D-day which I leave for in 8 days

My issue now is:
It won't RT.....

I have The golden-ish Sear
and I have a New ninja SHP Reg AGD edition(TY wixxxman)
From the pressure test I did, the reg seems to output 1100-1200 PSI
I have noticed however that there is a Gap between the X-valve & the body
This will be fixed with the copper sleeve that was on the former frame

So I leave you with this question:
If this does not fix my RT issue any suggestions?

And feel free to comment on my build
Now for the ocular sweets!


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Old 05-31-2013, 04:19 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Do you have the rail bushing in
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Old 05-31-2013, 04:26 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I think the rail bushing is the "copper sleeve" he mentions. That is absolutely necessary for the proper function of your 'Mag.

If it doesn't RT for you after you install that, then ask questions.
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Old 05-31-2013, 05:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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alright so rail bushing is installed and still no dice.
the trigger pull is nicer but not response
It kinda feels like there's not enough pre-travel

and a observation:
I own 2 Sydarms and neither have the rail bushing...
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When you gas the gun up is there a little gap between the end of the trigger rod and the trigger. About a credit card worth of space is what your looking for.
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Nop the trigger rod is pressed against it
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Shorten it up so that there is about a credit cards width between the 2 when it is gassed up.
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Just did and adjusted it again, and no dice

I'm noticing that its as if the sear rod doesn't push the trigger forward enough to reset the bolt...
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What type of on/off are you running? if you look in the sticky's at the top, there are trouble shooting tips that have the pin length spec'd out for the different on/off's
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