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|Dogger ||04-19-2012 10:17 PM |
whats up with this tab?
ok so I am working on both VMs to make a working VM. The valve came right out of one body, but the other it didnt
The other body has a tab holding the bvalve from coming out. Is there a trick to getting it out? I tried several times and cant get it and I cant get the tab bent down to allow it to release the valve. I am using the valve tool
|Dogger ||04-20-2012 09:57 AM |
i treid taking a picture of it but I cant get a good pic. One body does not have a tab and it is a clean pull to get the valve out. The other body has a welded tab to keep the valve in place. I can clock it but cant take it out and after 15+ years of sitting, it needs to come out.
|Titus ||04-20-2012 10:08 AM |
A tab like a spring loaded tab? Both screws are out of the side correct? That's a deep area to get a weld in there. Have you tried putting air to it? Place the open end against a pillow and screw a tank on it to apply pressure to shoot the valve out.
|Dogger ||04-20-2012 07:22 PM |
just tried the pillow trick.. it is an actual piece of metal fused to the body. I tried a hammer and a long screwdriver to pop it off and its a no go. I removed both bolts. Looking down the chamber that the valve is housed in, that is where the tab is. I will try to take a pic of it.
|Dogger ||04-20-2012 07:48 PM |
ok so further investigation with my trusty surefire and an 18" screwdriver I got it out. it was a piece of metal that was wedged in. I assume that this was why the gun wouldnt cycle properly. it was losing oomph when it hit this tab of metal. Time for new rings and a good bath and a rebuild.
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