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Old 05-23-2011, 01:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anyone know the thread on those tiny screws that hold the ASA on for the back-bottle guns (Piranha, Magnum, etc)? My bag o' Sheridan that I rebuilt last night was missing them...
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The screws that go in the side are 6/32 iirc
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Some were really small. Like 4/40.
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They're the same size as the grip/frame screws for a DM... Found that out recently.
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I've definitely had some that were 6/40. Check out this thread I made a good while ago.

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Yeah I think Smiley clarified it in that thread. They could either be 4/40 or 6/40. Honestly if I had the larger ones I'd just re-tap.
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These were 4-40; but I think my other one has larger screws. Thanks folks!
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Time for the REEEEEEEALLY dumb question.

So, I put the thing together, hooked a remote to the back, and fed it CO2. It promptly tried to vent the entire bottle through the barrel. Turned the CO2 off, cocked it, and turned it back on. No leak whatsoever.

Are these guns supposed to be cocked before you give them air? What difference would that make?
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Spring tension from the main spring. It's pushing the hammer against the valve, opening it a little. You take cock the hammer back, the valve spring closes the valve and lets the valve chamber pressurize. Once that initial pressure is in the chamber, the hammer resting against the valve doesn't have enough force to push it open.
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That shouldn't happen on sheridans with the stock springs. You running those? Also, did you put the little brass "button" back into the valve chamber?
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