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Old 01-19-2013, 08:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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You could install a screw to keep it in place but drill a small counter bore in the frame so there was clearance for the screw head. Or if you have a lathe, you could groove the ivg for an o-ring.
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Old 01-19-2013, 11:53 PM   #12 (permalink)
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you can either wrap the Karnivor IVG with some teflon tape to keep it from backing out or you can run a CCM IVG with the center filed/sanded slightly. i am running the CCM IVG on mine.
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I would go with the ccm I'vg as said

U can adjust fps while maintaining ur reg sweet spot

And it's grooves for an oring so it won't back out
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Does the ccm ivg have holes so you have some way to adjust it while using the karni's ics system?
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Does the ccm ivg have holes so you have some way to adjust it while using the karni's ics system?
CCM and Sanchez IVGs have the extra holes for adjusting velocity while using the ICS
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yes, three holes for the 1/8? allen wrench.

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Thank you! you guys rock! I'm gonna try the teflon tape mod and order the CCM IVG
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I guess this is a little late to be adding, but for what it's worth I've got a CCM 90* from on mine and the set screw for the IVG fits just fine. The frame is already hollowed out in that area. However my frame is one of the older ones that doesn't slide on over the screws
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the one that slides on has about 3/8 of an inch that needs to be milled out/drilled out. I ended up using the teflon tape method and it has held up and not moved for about a case worth of shooting
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Just out of curiosity, how did you manage to get a CCM pump kit for Mini'd bodies onto a full bodied Karni? I kind of wonder if any of your issues are coming from that.

For reference, here is mine with a Karnivor specific pump kit from CCM.


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Definitely not the right kit. Quoted right from CCM's listing for these kits:
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THE CCM MINI PUMP KIT IS DESIGNED FOR MINI AUTOCOCKER STYLE MARKERS. IT WILL NOT FIT ON THE KARNIVOR MARKERS.
Second, your AT issues. I think it may have something to do with your pump arm. If it's giving you crap one way, spin the arm around and install it the other way and see if that works. It could be that the arm is reversed, which I can definitely see causing your gun not to cock properly. Personally, I'd pull that kit you have on there now off, pick up one of these Karni pump ASA's and then give CCM a call. Tell them you need one of the Jeff Orr Karni kits, with a full body pump arm. That should get that thing running perfectly. You could sell the Mini pump kit and get a good chunk of your money back.

Also, why you guys are using that hole for the beavertail as a setscrew for the IVG is beyond me. I've been through 5 Karnivors, and never once did that IVG need to be locked down. I'd take a look at my reg or paint to bore match for consistency issues before messing with the IVG. Maybe it's just me, but that doesn't seem like that's it's intended purpose. Rex dialers and Nexus IVGs need to be locked in through there because of how they work, but basic IVGs? That doesn't seem right to me. Please don't take that as me being douchey, I hope it doesn't come off that way. I've just never heard of anyone having to lock their IVG down like that. Seems silly to me.
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