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Old 07-02-2013, 04:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Needing a simple On/Off for MSV

I don't have a trigger safety for my Pneucocker built up from the Centerflag frame.
So I want to add a simple on-off pneumatic switch in front of the Input (or output) of the MSV-2.

Can you guys suggest something small enough (Clippard or Fabco?) that will fit inside my set up?
Ideally I can activate the switch through of the empty button holes on the spine of the frame.

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Old 07-02-2013, 04:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Old 07-03-2013, 01:51 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Off topic here, but have you tinkered or have any ideas for the eNMey?

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Old 07-07-2013, 04:40 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I haven't because what they did was really well executed.
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Badger, if you haven't found anything yet, what about something like this:

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seems like it'd only take a few turns to cut the air off. 2000 psig input, 10-32 ports.
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Thanks Skibbo.
I did find something else that might fit the bill.
Clippard's MAV-2r buttoned on/off


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Thanks Skibbo.
I did find something else that might fit the bill.
Clippard's MAV-2r buttoned on/off


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So, this will be a "grip safety", where you have to hold it down for it to fire?
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That would take a good sqeeze to get to work. Another option would be mounting another msv-2 facing to the back. with a small pin and button of sorts would take very little pressure to activate and would do the trick. Only thing i can't figure is in which line to put it in. guess it wouldn't really matter would kill it either way
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Old 07-19-2013, 03:08 PM   #9 (permalink)
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Why not just use a good on/off Asa that purges? From my recollection, most lprs don't hold the air at pressure when the source is turned off. Or are you running a t connection from the lpr mounted on front? If that is the case then I guess it depends on what hpr you are using if the Asa will purge all the air.
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Thanks for all the suggestions.
I have one on order so I'm going to give it a try.

Spider, it's a simple on/off like a light switch shutting off the air to either the MSV or MPA.

Rainman, a 2nd MSV as a grip safety is a cool idea but the way I hold my gun I'm sure I'd be swearing down the lane as it sputters.

Dano, I thought about a venting ASA but even after it purges (depending on the HPR) there is sometimes enough air in the system to send off 2 shots.

I plan to mount it so the pin sticks out of one of the existing button holes. The Specs says it takes 24 ounce-force = 1.5 pound to activate so it shouldn't be to heavy.
I'm probably going route it to shut air to the MPA.

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