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Old 12-22-2017, 09:45 PM   #41 (permalink)
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As a side note, if you can't answer this question from a design secret reason I understand but I'm just curious, how do you get the paintball to feed into the lower breach in the peacemaker?

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From the pictures he's posted, the paintballs feed through the top breech into the bottom... the bolts seal it all off when forward.
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Old 12-22-2017, 09:57 PM   #42 (permalink)
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Well yes but I just feel like the spacing wouldn't work. There is space between the barrels after all. Stack 2 balls on each other and then the third ball in the stack is going to be halfway into the breach.

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Old 12-23-2017, 05:13 PM   #43 (permalink)
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Well yes but I just feel like the spacing wouldn't work. There is space between the barrels after all. Stack 2 balls on each other and then the third ball in the stack is going to be halfway into the breach.

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After a little digging around, it looks like KPCS designed a detent into the lower tube to keep the lower ball up a bit until they're chambered. Doesn't look like they're as misaligned as one would think.

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So there is a detent under the ball as well? That's pretty cool

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After a little digging around, it looks like KPCS designed a detent into the lower tube to keep the lower ball up a bit until they're chambered. Doesn't look like they're as misaligned as one would think.

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That is correct, there is a wire detent in the lower body to hold the balls in position so the bolts will push the balls in the barrels.

As for a Autococker based double barrel gun that is stack tube you will have velocity problems on the top tube.
On the Peacemaker there are 2 valves.

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That is correct, there is a wire detent in the lower body to hold the balls in position so the bolts will push the balls in the barrels.

As for a Autococker based double barrel gun that is stack tube you will have velocity problems on the top tube.
On the Peacemaker there are 2 valves.

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Would a flow restrictor on one or both of the tubes solve that? Similar to what tippmann uses for velocity adjustment

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Would a flow restrictor on one or both of the tubes solve that? Similar to what tippmann uses for velocity adjustment

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Well like on the Ma-Deuce-a the air pressure would need to run around 500 and up but the air passage are the same lenght.

On a stacked tube you might run the air passage through both bolts and would not be the same air passage length.

But that just my thoughts.

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Well if you're up for making one I may be interested some time next year in having you make a body for me. I like doing my own work but I just don't have the capability to produce a complete body like that.

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