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Old 11-25-2007, 01:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Desert Fox o-ring size and....Pneufox??

I'm missing the o-ring that goes between the reg and frame, anyone happen to know what size it is? I looked in my manual and online but couldn't find it anywhere.

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I've gotten a couple offers to sell this marker but was thinking it might be more fun to turn it into a pneumatic-fox. It's a classic fox so it has the on/off installed. I don't have the skills, tools, and time to make the conversion, but rainman possibly? Would it be too difficult and even worth it?
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Old 11-26-2007, 03:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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oh pneufox...hey if mags can do it...YOU can do it!!
AO got form killer info on how to do them

does the On Off Foxes shut the dump chamber?

do you need to use the same trigger assembly?
or could you direct connect to the sear?
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Old 11-26-2007, 06:43 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thumbs up Agreed, I want a pneu-fox too

Alright, I don't really get how and why the pneu-mag works, maybe you all could help me with that. But if it makes the trigger easier and faster it sounds great. I'd love to see someone put it on a fox, and then show the rest of us how of course! Great idea, let's do it!
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much faster YouTube - Pneumag lives!

basically the trigger pulls a lever on a 3 way valve instead of the sear, and the 3 way actuates a small ram that pulls the sear back

and most use the Fabco MSV-2 it has an insanely short throw

check out AO they even got links to vids


i think any pneu could work on any gun....ram pulls or pushes sear....and barely short strokes....if at all
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cool, thanks.

What's AO tho? and then what about the ram, would you just use a cocker ram?
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oh!....Automags.Org:.......werd
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Old 11-27-2007, 01:09 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Hey pump....what's up.

Actually, if you check out the design of the Fox, you cannot pneumag it in the typical blowforward Automag sense. Impossible.

Rainman and I bounced this around awhile back...

check out this thread....someone would have to devise another way to use an actuator with the on/off design of the fox.

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