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Old 08-09-2014, 07:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Pumped a5?

Has anyone ever pumped an a5? Don't ask me why. I just think it'd be cool just to do for no other reason then just to say you did.
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Old 08-28-2014, 12:22 AM   #2 (permalink)
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there's a video on youtube of one but its just like the 98 pump kit. need a moded valve and soen way of puling the bolt forward then sques the trigger then push the bolt back. that's it.
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Old 08-28-2014, 04:10 AM   #3 (permalink)
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well, the hammer spring would push the hammer (and bolt) forward. you mod the valve so there's no blowback, that way you have to pump it to recock it. it's simple in theory. the one valve i saw, the guy used a penny, and drileld a hole in the center the exact size as the valve pin. he then drilled three holes in the penny / valve, tapped the holes in the valve, and used some screws to bolt the penny to the back of the valve. this basically "plugs" the back of the valve, so little to no air escapes to blow the hammer back and re-cock the system.

you then just use whatever pump and rod setup you like to re-cock. the 98 custom stuff i think just had the pump handle around the barrel, and the rod was attached to the hammer through the side slot where you would normally cock it. on an a5, you could do that (you would need to milled a slot in the side), or maybe have the pump rod push the bolt back (as the bolt and hammer are linked together with an internal rod).

or, you could just plug the cyclone feed hole and operate the cyclone manually. or maybe something like use a 12-gram c02 charger and tac-cap, like i did here. go nuts...
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Old 08-29-2014, 11:26 AM   #4 (permalink)
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well, the hammer spring would push the hammer (and bolt) forward. you mod the valve so there's no blowback, that way you have to pump it to recock it. it's simple in theory. the one valve i saw, the guy used a penny, and drileld a hole in the center the exact size as the valve pin. he then drilled three holes in the penny / valve, tapped the holes in the valve, and used some screws to bolt the penny to the back of the valve. this basically "plugs" the back of the valve, so little to no air escapes to blow the hammer back and re-cock the system.

you then just use whatever pump and rod setup you like to re-cock. the 98 custom stuff i think just had the pump handle around the barrel, and the rod was attached to the hammer through the side slot where you would normally cock it. on an a5, you could do that (you would need to milled a slot in the side), or maybe have the pump rod push the bolt back (as the bolt and hammer are linked together with an internal rod).

or, you could just plug the cyclone feed hole and operate the cyclone manually. or maybe something like use a 12-gram c02 charger and tac-cap, like i did here. go nuts...
ya what he said. the pump handle is just a phantom one. no idea about the rod if its custom or not.
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