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Old 12-09-2010, 02:38 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by randall ace View Post
pix or a tutorial ?? ive got an old pt-x that id love to play with , but it leaks like no tomorrow around where the 12 gram puncture pin is ......
well I promised you pics, took my time about it I guess but the body was off with MaD for some experimental Barrel goodness.

CA'd using an old PB Superbolt ASA I had.

Assembly pic's for randall ace -

Valve assembly (modded with spyder pin, bullet style and square cut cupseal, CA flow mod)

Full assembly layout -

Oddly enough the PTX body is milled with an accent groove down each side. This Groove is actually a dovetail, matching to most bottomline rail's dovetail groove ... makes for some interesting mounting possibilites.
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Old 12-09-2010, 04:59 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I replaced the 12g seal with a urethane 'cocker cocking rod bumper
I find this humerous as I am currently using a Phantom 12 gram seal as a bumper for my Sniper.....

That's a nice little set up you have. That's a clean 3.5 set up and the Freak barrel is going to be a definate plus.
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Heh, Phantom seals are great for cocking rod bumpers on Snipers, especially the older models with non-adjustable cocking rods.
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Old 12-09-2010, 08:00 PM   #14 (permalink)
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My current setup.

I haven't played a serious game yet, but its comfy. I also have 2 other PTXs that im going to keep on 12g and for parts.
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Old 02-26-2011, 05:02 PM   #15 (permalink)
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i run constant air most of the time changing 12 grams is a annoying
here is a vid of shooting my zeus and a reload
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Originally Posted by thisissparta View Post
I really want to get a remote adapter'd TPX and make a bracket that mounts a 3.5 ounce tank to the underbarrel rails and run a line back into the remote adapter.

That seems ideal for me, maybe even run my 13ci for winter.
I read somewhere that someone used rings for a laser mount to hold an ASA in place and ran the tank facing forward. Vertical has also been done, either with the ASA set in a dummy 12 gram through the rail, or with an ASA mounted to the rail via an adapter of some sort. That's the route I'm going to go with mine.
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