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Old 02-25-2014, 01:10 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Stupid Question

How do I adjust the velocity on my duck?
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Old 02-25-2014, 01:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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You need a velocity adjuster tool that you can use to twist the bolt. Kind of like how the phantom work.
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Whoops, It seems it cut off the rest of my post there.

Is the tool specific to carters? I just looked down the barrel, and it didn't look like the bolt was slotted like my phantom. Looks like a venturi style bolt.
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Old 02-25-2014, 11:47 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Could probably make one using a dowel and cutting a slot in it.
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In a pinch I've also used 2 small Allen keys - with the barrel removed - inserted into 2 of the holes and twisted. Hope that helps.
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you can usually find the metal rod part at like a home depot - then grind out a slot in the middle then grind down the sides til it is pointy like a fork.

or - you can order one from Earon

some enterprising folks make em as well

I have a pair that a friend of mine who dabbles in welding made for me - love em but the time and cost involved makes that option not for everybody lol

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Ah, I just realized you bought DM6rocker's duck (correct?), so it doesn't have a removeable barrel... so, my post above (post #5) probably does not apply, but that's what I've done w/ my Buzzard when I first got it w/o a velocity adjustor.
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yes, fixed barrel, but the idea worked! Just found some REALLY long t-handled ones haha.\

Now I just gotta master this whole pinching balls thing...
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