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Old 07-01-2013, 01:31 PM   #1231 (permalink)
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We developed a mag/reg bottle adapter early on but there was no interest in it so we dropped any further development on it.

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13ci tank in stock would be the only thing I'd want as an option.
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Old 07-01-2013, 01:42 PM   #1232 (permalink)
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Same here I suppose, but it already gets great efficiency on 12ies. A 13k in stock would be mighty convenient, but then I can't dress it up the way I want
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Old 07-01-2013, 02:20 PM   #1233 (permalink)
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Same here I suppose, but it already gets great efficiency on 12ies. A 13k in stock would be mighty convenient, but then I can't dress it up the way I want
Yea it's not really a big deal to me. Just something I'd like.
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Old 07-01-2013, 02:27 PM   #1234 (permalink)
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If the tube on the factory stocks was an air tank we would design the gun for it. I think the standard AR tube would make about a 5ci or so tank. I didn't do the math that is a guess. Even the 88 gram co2 is to large a diameter. I have sketched a tube up but I don't think I want to get into pressure vessels. It would be just a standard AR stock tube made into an air tank. It would be steel of course.

But if we use the stocks that take the 13ci tanks then that is the only stock you can use.


And I think one of the appeals of the SR1 is being able to customize it with any real steel products in the market place.

Plus the 12 grams are really efficient and stable with the new reg design.
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If the tube on the factory stocks was an air tank we would design the gun for it. I think the standard AR tube would make about a 5ci or so tank. I didn't do the math that is a guess. Even the 88 gram co2 is to large a diameter. I have sketched a tube up but I don't think I want to get into pressure vessels. It would be just a standard AR stock tube made into an air tank. It would be steel of course.

But if we use the stocks that take the 13ci tanks then that is the only stock you can use.


And I think one of the appeals of the SR1 is being able to customize it with any real steel products in the market place.

Plus the 12 grams are really efficient and stable with the new reg design.
Yea I agree. The problem I had was I was only getting 20ish shots per 12 gram. Then I noticed the o-ring on my bolt was gone. Once I replaced that I was getting well over 30 shots per 12 gram. After 20 or so shots I was nervous I'd get caught with an empty 12 gram when I needed to shoot. I shot over 200+ rounds off of five 12 grams.
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About the bolt o-ring. Is there an o-ring with the same inside diameter but a smaller outside diameter? Say .686 =p
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I couldn't find anything. The only way is to put a smaller/thinner oring on there.

I use a lube on the oring when I don't want it to stick to the shell.
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I couldn't find anything. The only way is to put a smaller/thinner oring on there.

I use a lube on the oring when I don't want it to stick to the shell.
Same here, just a little bit of lurker lube on the bolt oring goes a long way.
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Yea all I had was air tool oil and that wore off pretty quick lol.
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Yea all I had was air tool oil and that wore off pretty quick lol.
I can see that. I usually use air tool oil on my blowbacks. I use a touch of grease on the bolt oring on the SR1 and it makes working the action like jumping on a slip and slide while covered in crisco. Slick as butter.
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