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Old 01-10-2013, 03:01 PM   #21 (permalink)
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for those wondering how the AT works: the taper on the hammer cocking-rod engages that roller in the top of the trigger frame, which operates the AT functionality. It's a very nice, simple, and reliable design, and like everything in the J12s design keeps it all internal and unexposed (I like this).

Thing I noticed which was curious: the valve cupseal diameter looks, kinda small doesn't it? strange that it should sweet-spot around 275, it must be a very high-flowing valve guide design.

edit: now I'm curious, has anyone done a conventional sweet-spotting yet and tested the reg after? the size of that cupseal to me, suggests it should actually sweetspot much higher than that.
i plan on that eventually, (well actually this weekend if i get a few hours of shop time friday night to make my tester!)
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Old 01-10-2013, 05:21 PM   #22 (permalink)
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took my hammer out on break finally!!!


IVG uses 1/8" allen, its LEFTY threaded, (but on other side of spring, so turning Right still increases spring tension)


Hammer Cocking Pin Setscrew located INSIDE of hammer, going THROUGH the IVG is 3/32nd, takes 1 full turn to the left to back the setscrew off and release cocking pin

after the setscrew is backed off, push the hammer to the cocked position and using a set of needle nose pliars, pull the cocking pin out of the hammer.

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Old 01-10-2013, 09:13 PM   #23 (permalink)
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OK, I officially want one... But how the hell can I justify that with my T2 barley a year old!?!?
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Such an amazing marker. I cant wait to own one.
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That is such a great picture!

Please post your impressions of the marker and how it performs after a couple days of play.
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That is such a great picture!

Please post your impressions of the marker and how it performs after a couple days of play.
Thanks! I made a quick vid of my initial impressions. Shot it in the backyard and almost peed from excitement. I'll be sure to get some game time with it
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Old 01-12-2013, 08:29 AM   #29 (permalink)
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Stanch, question

The frontblock is held onto the blue valve camber by the main pump guide? then the blue valve chamber is held into the body bt the setscrew on the bottom of the body?

Working an idea out in my head. I see how to possibly make this gas thru frame.
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yes

the frontblock holds the valve chamber, the pump arm screws through the FB and into the valve

a setscrew holds the valve chamber in place
a pin locates the FB and keeps it front twisting (like a mini pump kit tends to do)
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