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Old 06-29-2010, 05:57 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I got there after close yesterday, so I couldn't talk to them. That's the contact info.
I just talked with the tech. What they used was a PMR frame and bolted it onto the gun. Said it actually bolts right on to the gun.

Guess Red Neck Sniper and I will just make a mount for future use.

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Old 07-07-2010, 02:16 AM   #12 (permalink)
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So how did this perform? Flawless. I used it yesterday (5 July 2010). Hasn't been used since 2004. Shot it over the chrono and it showed 285 fps. Not bad for sitting that long. I still have to figure out how to use the PMR board adjusting wise,but other then that it was flawless.

Guess I'll find a tech to adjust all the pressures and what nots. I was getting a little drop on my strings of shots. It needs a tune up anyway.

Overall I was very happy with the way it shot and performed in the games I played.

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wow i need to find a pmr board for my dead angel now.
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Old 08-29-2010, 02:07 PM   #14 (permalink)
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If anybody was wondering, the PMR board DOES fit into the vert frame on an A4 along with a 9V battery.

I haven't finished doing this to mine yet, going to try and figure out a good way to make some board mounts and a trigger switch mount, but it does fit, and the buttons do line up and work.

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My installation. I managed to destroy my eye connector while testing it, so I'll have to make a set of eyes using tiny wires and solder them directly to the traces on the board.



The 3 silver contacts on the upper left of the board are where the eye connector is. There should be 4, but one of mine was pulled right off of the board.


Additional contact pad should be to the right of the top one, at the end of the angled trace connected to the one on the bottom left. Looking at it from this view, the electrical contacts inside the female ribbon connector are at the top.


The LED happens to line up nicely if you have clear buttons in your frame.


I turned down 2 of the 3 buttons to fit better, the 2 that are still used as buttons. A few minutes of careful sanding could accomplish the same thing.



This is a printable template that I made so you can duplicate the switch/board mounting bracket. It should print 1:1 on an 8 1/2" x 11" piece of standard letter paper. If it doesn't, most printers have scaling options available that you can tweak using the 1/4" reference dimension on the print. The 2 holes for mounting the switch can be moved around slightly depending on what position you want your trigger to fall in.
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When I saw this thread, I was expecting a PMR frame being mounted on a beautiful Dark LCD..

Everything went better than expected.
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Will it work with an a4?
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yes it will because i have one in mine that im selling
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Will it work with an a4?
There are pictures of one installed in my A4 2 posts above yours, as well as a link to a printable template to make a bracket.
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Sweet,Totally overlooked that
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