Got-Ya Deuce rebuild
Had to clean this puppy, thought some might benefit from seeing pics.
Here's one of the exploded views:
A little closer:
Showing the dual-bolt connecter to the pump arm:
The two bolts lined up in each barrel with the hammers:
The two lugs lined up and assembled to the pump arm:
The whole assembly:
Very cool! I have yet to take mine apart - too scared I'll break it lol
I think I had it up for sale here...maybe another go...or maybe it was our team site lol
I never realized the barrels actually separated! Are all the internals unique or are they general nelson internals?
"The two valves in a single housing are all standard Nelson Breech-drop until you get to the bolt.
(meaning the valve spring, cup seal, valve head, power tube, mainspring & hammer for each side are all pretty much "stock" Nelson parts and easy to get replacements)"
This is based on general configuration, I did not actually measure any parts nor have I tried to put in any parts other than original.
So I don't know about swapping parts with absolute surety, just that they look like every other Nelson valve I've torn down.
The bolts themselves are different from any other I've seen.
Each bolt has identical non-threaded linkage holes on both sides so they can go back in right, left, right side up or upside down equally & still connect to the pump arm; And the bolts are not threaded for any down-the-barrel velocity adjustment.
Thats odd both mine and my teammates are velocity adjustable, with a threaded tube through the bolt.
also there are threads in the hole the connecting pin goes into. the pin is small enough to slide in with out effecting the threads.
Also my Gotcha Ace is velocity adjustable and uses the threaded hole in the side of the bolt to attach the pump arm.
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