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Old 08-16-2010, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just a little heads up with the KingSmurf Crammer.

Alright, guys.
I've been having issues with my Crammer, and I figured I'd post it here.

If you're having QEV leaking issues, put a small 011 o-ring to use as a bumper.
The reason it is leaking, is that the ram is going too far back.
Another solution, would be to find a similar sized rubber washer, and use that. Most rubber washers purchased from a hard-ware store may have to be modified to fit and be used effectively.

NOTE: This issue is commonly found in V2 Crammers.
011 O-rings can be found McMaster-Carr using the drop-down menu near the picture of the o-ring.

Another idea, would be to have a back-cap for the Crammer machined to the right length.
V2 Crammers were outsourced, thus they use metric o-rings.

Thanks for reading, and if you want me to add any more info to this, let me know.
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Old 08-16-2010, 11:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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An even better solution is to put the original ram back in and chunk the crammer in the trash.
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yeah giving up is way better than understanding how something works and making something work, look at automag owners its stock or its not as good
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In the case of the kingsmurf crammers, they were not made to spec in most cases, they had outright flaws.
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Thanks, Sdawg. Your advice is truly legendary. And I've already made it work.
Oh, and Sdawg, this was a bit of a heads up, since I had someone ship me one Michigan to Virginia. I don't really want to send it back, and I've had a bit of fun learning how to fix it.

But I'll keep your advice in mind, Sdawg.
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You're welcome.

I had the same problem and made the crammer work with a cut-down automag foamie and a lot of swearing. Unfortunately, I couldn't follow my own advice because I thought it would be a good idea at the time to sell the stock ram.
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Where would I get the Level 10 foamie? Tunamart?
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AGD or eBay. Maybe ansgear. I prepped the back cap with sand paper before superglueing it on. The foamie was cut to half-width and the trimmed down with a small pair of scissors.
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In the case of the kingsmurf crammers, they were not made to spec in most cases, they had outright flaws.
well thats nothing new for ICD specs? what specs?
every gun is one of a kind here at ICD
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well thats nothing new for ICD specs? what specs?
every gun is one of a kind here at ICD
LOL Koa.
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