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|10-19-2012, 04:25 PM||#11 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: A2, Michigan
The LPR on the front of the gun has nothing to do with the velocity. All it does is control the pressure to the pneumatics. Since this does have to push the bolt back and forth as well, you maybe able to lower the pressure a bit.
|10-19-2012, 05:52 PM||#12 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: Fascist Valley
Turning down the lpr (as in lowering it's output pressure to the 3 way/ram) will not make the gun "easier to cock." You should set your lpr in the following way:
1) turn it down all the way so there is no output pressure; when this is achieved you will be able to move the back block back and forth/cock the gun using your hand manually
2) while holding down the trigger, increase the lpr's output until the gun is cocked; increase the lpr's output one quarter of a turn on top of that
3) shoot the gun a couple time and see if it cycles smoothly and the ram cocks the gun every time; if it does, you're all set; if the gun doesn't cock every time you pull the trigger or does so slowly
4) increase the lpr 1/4 turn until the gun has a nice crisp cocking action every time you pull the trigger
look up how to set/tune your autococker on google for better instructions
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