- - Tearing down a PMI-1
|d4rksabre ||12-25-2006 03:05 PM |
Tearing down a PMI-1
Alright, since I have nothing better to do here while I'm home on break from college, I've decided I wanna tear down my PMI-1 and clean it out more. Now, I can get it apart as much as I need to, but I want to clean out the lower tube with the CO2 punch and valve and everything, and I figured rather than experimenting on how to get it apart, I'd just ask here first so that I can do it the right way and not bust up my gun :hammer:
now here's the hard part. it's an older valve style so through reading ive seen that I need a valve tool and a valve punch. i can get the valve tool from palmers but what about the valve punch? is there something i can use as a makeshift? or is there somewhere i can locate one.
I know i could just send my gun to palmers and have them do all this, but you know how it goes, I like to tinker. :rolleyes:
Read the PGP FAQ on the PGPOG about old style valve dissasembly.
|d4rksabre ||12-25-2006 11:47 PM |
yeah, i read it. the question i have is whether i need the valve punch or not. and if i do, where i can get one.
|skipjack289 ||12-26-2006 12:09 AM |
ron-asp on eBay sometimes has one up for sale. Check with him if you don't see the knock out tool. I remember on the old MCB someone said that you could use SPENT 12grams to knock the assembly out. Load the first one in normally and stack the second one in, and try to pursuade the thing out.
|d4rksabre ||12-26-2006 12:56 AM |
i seem to remember seeing that somewhere, maybe ill try that. i still need to get the valve tool though lol i guess ill order that soon
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