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Old 11-30-2011, 12:49 PM   #7341 (permalink)
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So it seems the most the problems have been adressed except the internal regulator. Is it possible to simply remove it and use an extrnal regulator?
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Old 11-30-2011, 02:53 PM   #7342 (permalink)
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I'll look at the internals on mine tonight, but I think that the internal reg is part of the overall operation. You could probably back it out and just use the external reg to control velocity if you really wanted to, though the only issue with the reg I've seen is that the front sometimes gets stuck in the rearmost position.
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I don't use 12 grams, or CO2 for that matter. If I can't get usable velocities out of it using HPA, 275 minimum, than it will be a permanent wall hanger.
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Old 12-01-2011, 10:49 AM   #7344 (permalink)
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I'll look at the internals on mine tonight, but I think that the internal reg is part of the overall operation. You could probably back it out and just use the external reg to control velocity if you really wanted to, though the only issue with the reg I've seen is that the front sometimes gets stuck in the rearmost position.
Does not work, with a sp-1 reg though. Max velocity is 240 i guess i could try my remote lined palmer stab. On the up side it doesn't get stuck... except with evils for some reason. The rest of my paint is on the smaller side of things.
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Ok, who here still is waiting on their Thumpers?
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Brian himself says that he likes to dump lube in the ASA (normal paintgun lube, NOT Vaseline) and shoot it through until it's coming out of the front end, and his keeps lubed just fine.
I just did this. About 10 drops of Gold cup in the asa, a I noticed a sudden increase in output. Helped with a minor over pressurization issue we thought was normal too. Yea, that little phiffrt at the end of a recock? GONE!
Now it sounds as though it should sound. Maybe this will help increase efficiencies.
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Old 12-01-2011, 05:33 PM   #7349 (permalink)
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Just got mine in today.

Dust black, Lapco barrel, 45* frame.

*package was missing the feedneck adapter I ordered/paid for*

Other than the missing feedneck adapter, I am very pleased with the marker. Build quality seems very good, ano finish is superb.

Aired it up with a HP crossfire tank and shot a few rounds through it, no problems whatsoever. Shot very well, very quiet.

The overall feel of the marker is great, trigger and frame are very comfortable. Safety works fine. Cocking is snappy from many positions.

Mine cocks smoothly, with no hangups or air blowoff, it works as you would expect it to.

Hopefully this is good news for those of us who have had an extended wait. Yes, it took just over 11 months for the marker to get here, but at least it is working!
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I think I'm at about 1000 rounds of actual paint, not including dry fires, or reballs.

Had the shoot on pull problem happen about 100 rounds in last week, i have a on/off co2 tank so a quick on and off cured the problem, but still curious as to why it happens. action is smooth, pulling the trigger doesn't do anything, just shoots on pull.
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