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Old 11-09-2012, 06:53 PM   #471 (permalink)
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@gundadun I think I got it, I can twist off the front a bit to allow it the knob clearance. Evil fits in the Kaner but not the infinity

Should I freak bore it?

I'm also sure that the older gen feed tube allowed for that kind of barrel, I understand they were fed differently
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:12 PM   #472 (permalink)
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How long is your feed tube?

Whoosh tips and 10" feeds
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:54 PM   #473 (permalink)
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Hmm well I have a shorty feed on there now with a Kaner whoosh. If I had a dye it'd be perfect. What I figure works for me now is just unscrewing the whoosh cover enough to let the pusher clear
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ahh I see. Sounds like the lapco bore sizer would be perfect for you.

Not sure you need to freak bore with how humid it will be.
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Old 11-09-2012, 08:03 PM   #475 (permalink)
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if it's humid and the balls swell would be a miracle. The infinity I have doesn't want to sit in the .684 or the smallest carter sizer I have. I got the freak kit but I want the whoosh tip for tomorrow.

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Carter whoosh from the boxgun


carter whoosh clearance


Kaner whoosh


Kaner clearance after unscrewing


I'll make it work. Just hoping for fair weather seeing how it's been groggy as of late. I'm excited.
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What is the box gun whoosh OD?
Why does that fit with the screw and not the Kaner?

For the box gun one, you could just swivel the feed tube knob at the end since you can't get to the bolt on the pusher.

What about opening your bags of paint overnight?

Would an oring between the breach and barrel's collar (after/over the barrels threads) push the Kaner far enough forward to not need unscrewing?
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What is the box gun whoosh OD?
Why does that fit with the screw and not the Kaner?

I've got nothing to measure with nearby...let's say kaner is two thumbs and the carter is a thumb and a half...

For the box gun one, you could just swivel the feed tube knob at the end since you can't get to the bolt on the pusher.

Sorry Dun, I don't quite understand. Oh wait yeah I've always done that.

What about opening your bags of paint overnight?

I've had terrible luck with this in the past. There's dessicant gel in the Infinity. Will that help keep them safe if I open the bag? I like infinity because every box I've used has such a consistent size throughout the bag/box but the caliber is so dang small.

Would an oring between the breach and barrel's collar (after/over the barrels threads) push the Kaner far enough forward to not need unscrewing?

I haven't tried that. I'm only unscrewing the whoosh cover, that's pretty feasible for now instead of trying to unscrew the whole barrel. I've got an oring on another barrel that I tried on there and it doesn't do much for the length.
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Old 11-09-2012, 09:30 PM   #478 (permalink)
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The knob thing, was just a way to use the whoosh tip and still swivel the pusher in the feedtube in and out when you reload.

You retract the pusher down the length of the feed tube, but instead of pushing it into the slot to stay retracted, you twist the knob on the end of the feed tube. Reload. Twist knob back.
(might have to catch the pusher if the paint is really fragile once you have reloaded)
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Just edited that post lol , yes I know what you mean. I've always done that to return the spring.
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oh gosh the rain is coming down really well right now. Time to add plastic bags to wrap my feet in.
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