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Old 04-23-2008, 09:27 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Or just stick some kind of stopper in there. A pencil works.
I made little lexan stoppers that fit inside the pump handle. Works brilliantly, and it's not even noticable in acrylic handles.
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Old 04-23-2008, 11:37 PM   #12 (permalink)
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This is actually easy to fix - drill and tap the end of the large pump arm and add a screw. Set it to limit overtravel of the hammer and bolt.

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I think I see what your talking about now.Your bolt is traveling back to far when you pump it and the lug is hitting the "back" of the lug slot.Is that correct?For some reason I thought the lug was rubbing the top of the grip frame.Duh.
Anyway,it sounds like your cocking rod is to short and allowing the back block to take it back to the limit.That's the only thing I can think of .Rod might have a clue as I'm sure he does.I'll ask him tomorrow.
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Old 04-23-2008, 11:46 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Hmm, pics of said marker?

Any way to put an oring bumper of some type on the lug to keep it from bashing the slot?
Are you talking about the bullet proof or mushroomed?here is the bullet proof.or not

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Old 04-24-2008, 12:28 AM   #14 (permalink)
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No No .. those are HMR mushrooms, completely different issue entirely
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Old 04-24-2008, 01:23 AM   #15 (permalink)
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No No .. those are HMR mushrooms, completely different issue entirely
These mushrooms are definitely bad for your health
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These mushrooms are definitely bad for your health
heh, it only takes one.
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Old 04-24-2008, 09:05 AM   #17 (permalink)
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But if its metal-to-metal contact there will still be metal fatigue. A bumper of some type would tame that impact a little. Of course, I base this on no engineering knowledge whatsoever. Im just spitballing here.

It is not metal to metal contact. It is metal to delrin.

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I think I see what your talking about now.Your bolt is traveling back to far when you pump it and the lug is hitting the "back" of the lug slot.Is that correct?For some reason I thought the lug was rubbing the top of the grip frame.Duh.
Anyway,it sounds like your cocking rod is to short and allowing the back block to take it back to the limit.That's the only thing I can think of .Rod might have a clue as I'm sure he does.I'll ask him tomorrow.
This is exactly right. I talked to Rod. It is always possible to push the lug into the slot in the body by simply over pumping the marker.

Adrenaline and wanting to autotrigger leads me to over pump often.

The question Rod and I had was why the slot in the body is the length it is. Why not make it longer so that the hammmer bottoms out on the spring before it bottoms out the lug on the body of the marker.

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well,I proved it wasn't bullet proof.You proved it's not wear proof.Time for a hard ano gun.We did a brush finish the other day on a series 6 and had it black hard anoed.It looks very nice.We will do some testing.It may replace the dust.
Hard ano gun? You've got my attention. Just about every part of my current setup has taken on CCM parts other than the barrel, body, bolt, and feedneck.

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The question Rod and I had was why the slot in the body is the length it is. Why not make it longer so that the hammmer bottoms out on the spring before it bottoms out the lug on the body of the marker.
I've wondered about this myself, and would like to know why as well.
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The back of the frame needs somewhere to thread in so there's not unlimited room for that slot, unfortunately. If the frame were to extend far enough back that it could use the beavertail screw hole that would give the room for the extended lug slot.
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