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Skibbo 10-29-2010 12:05 AM

Goblin Deuce Autococker threading
 
Is anyone able to do this? It should be the same as threading any body with 'cocker threads, but I wasn't able to find anything when I search. There's enough material, Goblin even stated that its possible to thread the ends.

I'm just wondering if its possible (should be, don't know why not)
and How much?

Skibbo 10-29-2010 12:33 AM

this is why
Here's my idea:
http://i722.photobucket.com/albums/w...arreldeuce.jpg
"Illustration" showing threading
http://i722.photobucket.com/albums/w...rreldeuce2.jpg

Rainman229 10-29-2010 12:42 AM

Couldn't see why you would want. Unless you wanted to make a double barreled sawed off. But even then since a goblin's fps is set by it's cartage's charge. Won't that effect it threw say a 12" barrel. So if it has no velocity adjustment. I would say doing the mod would have no meaning if it wont get over 200fps

Skibbo 10-29-2010 09:32 AM

The new goblin deuces should work a bit better. I believe. I'm just curious if someone can do this. Barrels would be 8" at most.
I'll test the deuce when I get it and decide then, but for now I just want to know How much

Critical 10-29-2010 09:49 AM

If it's using the exact same valving system, which it is, why on earth would it work any better than the solos?

Skibbo 10-29-2010 10:04 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Critical (Post 1527235)
If it's using the exact same valving system, which it is, why on earth would it work any better than the solos?

I don't know. Like I said I haven't even used it yet, so idk if im going to do this.
I'm planning on just getting an extra set or two of o-rings and using HPA, you get a better velocity out of it.


Don't ask why, just tell me how much. :D

3L1te hax 10-29-2010 02:01 PM

You get worse velocity using HPA because there is no liquid to expand, like CO2

However i would also be interested in threading a goblin Deuce, because due to the length of hte barrel/ catridge of the Solo (less so on hte Duece because of increased length) the ball does not have enough space to reach maximum velocity...

People experimented using freak inserts instead of the cartridge casings and only got positive results.. however i think the area that allowed a freak insert to be used was filled in...

If that makes any sense ;)

Skibbo 10-29-2010 02:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 3L1te hax (Post 1527502)
You get worse velocity using HPA because there is no liquid to expand, like CO2

However i would also be interested in threading a goblin Deuce, because due to the length of hte barrel/ catridge the Solo (less so on hte Duece because of increased length) the ball does not have enough space to reach maximum velocity...

People experimented using freak inserts instead of the cartridge casings and only got positive results.. however i think the area that allowed a freak insert to be used was filled in...

If that makes any sense ;)

For the velocity part:
"Higher velocities in the 280-300 FPS range have been recorded, using compressed air, although this can cause faster wear of the O-Rings. It is therefore recommended that GOBLIN Air Cartridges be filled with CO2 whenever possible, especially when lower velocities are desirable or necessary."

and for threading:
"-Solid Barrel 'ends' can be tapped for Barrel Extensions"

and velocity issues:
"Longer Barrels dramatically increase the performance potential of the Air Cartridges"


All of that is from Goblin

3L1te hax 10-29-2010 04:57 PM

Really they said HPA was better? i thought they said atfirst CO2 was better, not to worry...

Skibbo 10-29-2010 06:36 PM

Theybrecommend CO2 since it doesn't wear out the o-rings as fast as when you use HPA.


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