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Fluff 04-18-2006 02:52 PM

PMI1 AT install
 
Does anybady have a schematic or directions for putting an autotrigger in a PMI1? I have a gorgeous one that I want to toss an autotrigger in and i wanted to get some advice before trying it. any help would be great, as I am actually kind of handy with tools, but have never stripped a pmi1 down before. I saw the posted diagram, but it is real hard to read.

russc 04-18-2006 08:02 PM

You shouldn't even have to strip it down. I'm asuming you're talking about the rod-style AT which connects on the side. In that case, you put the AT arm into the safety hole, and you position the other end along the pump rod so that it allows the trigger to pull back as the bolt seals. You should be able to do that when the gun is degassed, it's a simple matter of timing.

Fluff 04-18-2006 08:07 PM

yes, it is a rod, but it also has 2 small cone/cylinder things

HurtCow 04-18-2006 08:23 PM

Not to be rude, but why are you putting an autotrigger on a rock n' cock stock-class gun? Did you install a springfeed or direct feed?

I have a rod-style autotrigger on one of my Sheridans and can take a picture of it later this evening if you'd like.

PJ 04-19-2006 01:31 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Fluff
yes, it is a rod, but it also has 2 small cone/cylinder things

The two small cones go on the pump rod. They keep the AT rod positioned correctly on the pump rod once you figure out where the AT rod needs to be to trip the trigger.
http://www.frontiernet.net/~pjmink/i...Stabilizer.JPG

Fluff 04-19-2006 03:24 PM

Oh ok I see now. I was thinking I would be able to do it clean and internal. my bad. I was trying to set my marker up for a friend that does not generally use pump. but now I see it. thanks for the advice, but never mind.

B 04-19-2006 04:50 PM

If you want clean the cleanest is the set up off the P68AT it is by no means fast or silky smooth but I am sure a few are sitting in parts boxes.

splattttttt 05-02-2006 09:58 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by B
If you want clean the cleanest is the set up off the P68AT it is by no means fast or silky smooth but I am sure a few are sitting in parts boxes.

Where? I looked in the box. Did I miss it?:hammer:

B 05-02-2006 11:24 PM

Not in my boxes Splat I get rid of them quick.

Fluff 05-03-2006 05:54 AM

yes, I looked too. Your box, my box. None. Of course I am not adding anything till my new valve shows up. Point out my new mint condition PMI! to one person. Whammy!! vents co2 through the trigger frame. But the nice folks at palmer sold me a fix.


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