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|04-03-2008, 10:45 PM||#1 (permalink)|
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Spacers, vs spring
The two options available to fit down a classic valve power tube.
Is one better than the other in regards to use with CO2?
Also... The Classic valve is designed to be used with CO2 in mind. Are there any mods that help increase efficiency. I'm wondering because I want to run my future PMag off of twelvees.
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THE-SHOOTIST Anyone chubbin' like me for this?
mailmanmike Since Monday! That's more than 4 hours though, so according to those cialis ads I should see my doctor.
tlane77 I think for a non-chemical chubby it's 6 hours before its time to see a doctor. So you should be good for another couple hours.
splattttttt I wasn't goin to google "chubbin" because I assumed it had to do with fat. The lard type, not the fun stuff. But what ever feelings Jeff's experiencing, then they must be of the fun like stuff...
tlane77 He's got a woody for your woods. splattttttt land
|04-04-2008, 12:28 AM||#2 (permalink)|
Spacer vs. spring should make no difference for C02.
The spring will wear out eventually. The spacers add another degree of "tunebility".
For a Pump Mag, the spacer kit may be necessary to find the right setup. As usual YMMV.
|04-04-2008, 01:05 AM||#4 (permalink)|
Ghost with the most
They change the amount of compression on the power tube O-ring. If there's not enough compression on it, you get leaking down the barrel. If there's too much then there's too much drag on the bolt to properly reset.
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