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Old 09-05-2013, 02:59 PM   #21 (permalink)
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As in #114 and #113 are too large? I ended up jumbling around the numbers... or did you use #113's and #112's?
I shifted them by one. They are 113 and 112.

I messed up reading the packing slip when I typed up the description. The 114's are for a Nova
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Old 09-05-2013, 07:45 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Sweet, thanks for the clarifications.

However, like most things, one answer leads to another question: So I put the 113's in my pierce pin assembly, however it was incredibly hard to get it back into place because even the 113 seemed a bit large. Is there any way to shrink them slightly, without having to try a 112 in the pierce pin assembly(which probably wouldn't work)? I mean its too big to the point that it sticks out of the assembly a little bit, like just when you look at it you can see it.
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Old 09-06-2013, 06:29 PM   #23 (permalink)
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I shifted them by one. They are 113 and 112.

I messed up reading the packing slip when I typed up the description. The 114's are for a Nova
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Dye says that they're going to make a 'Faultline Broomstick' soon, so wait for that, then you'll never be outshoot, unless the other guy has a full-auto ramping Boo-Ya frame on there Spider and a Dye Broomstick, then your screwed, you mite as well play Airsoft.
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Sweet, thanks for the clarifications.

However, like most things, one answer leads to another question: So I put the 113's in my pierce pin assembly, however it was incredibly hard to get it back into place because even the 113 seemed a bit large. Is there any way to shrink them slightly, without having to try a 112 in the pierce pin assembly(which probably wouldn't work)? I mean its too big to the point that it sticks out of the assembly a little bit, like just when you look at it you can see it.
You mean the o ring was sticking out the back? That doesn't sound right... A #113 should work. You could try chilling your pierce pin assembly with the o-rings.
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anyone have the size for the CO2 plug o-ring?

I had mine fail recently - just crumbled after 26yrs of use. and did it while playing too, lol
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The one on the co2 knob or the co2 face seal?
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the co2 knob

its an original brass Nightmare - the face seal is actually irrelevant on them as the whole chamber is charged once the cartridge is punctured

it was the weirdest thing - that o-ring was fine when I checked the gun while packing my gear, and fine when I chronod . . . and then when I went to play and put a fresh 12ie in it started to hiss a bit out the bleed hole but that went away with a slight back twist on the knob

then it just fell apart on the next change, lol
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You mean the o ring was sticking out the back? That doesn't sound right... A #113 should work. You could try chilling your pierce pin assembly with the o-rings.

Just a small amount was sticking out, but it will obviously lead to quicker wear/tear/leaking from that area (which was the problem area when I got the gun) so I'm just trying to fix the problem before it becomes a problem. I have a 100 each of the #112's-114's so I think I should be fine haha but I don't want to end up replacing the o-ring every other time I use it.
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Just a small amount was sticking out, but it will obviously lead to quicker wear/tear/leaking from that area (which was the problem area when I got the gun) so I'm just trying to fix the problem before it becomes a problem. I have a 100 each of the #112's-114's so I think I should be fine haha but I don't want to end up replacing the o-ring every other time I use it.
Maybe a picture would help. Its a Comp correct?
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What i did to replace the cupseal:

- Remove the old one
- put some windshield glue, stiff silicone (or some other liquid compound which becomes elastique) in the brass nut
- after its hardned, use a knife to cut it flush with the nut
- use loctite or ptfe tape to seal the brass nut in the valve body.

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