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    Autococker detents

    I have had this 2k cocker pump and autococker threaded mag for quite sometime. And have been swapping the red detent between the two markers whenever I needed to use it. But recently I decided that they need their own detents so I picked a cp detent from ans. I am not sure if its operator malfunction but I cannot get the black cp detent further then a half turn into either gun before it becomes near impossible to screw in. With it a half turn in, its not far enough in to do anything. The red detent on the other hand screws in several times and works perfectly. Can anyone help me out? I assume it was the wrong detent but ans says its for all cockers. thoughts?

    #2
    Double check the threads on the new detent and see if there's an issue. I've had issues with threading before and I just couldn't get it started properly. Just don't force it as you don't want to mess up the detent threads!
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      #3
      The CP detent may be for an Angel.

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        #4
        CP detents shoot out. I use Docs Machine detents almost exclusively.

        https://docsshop.storenvy.com/collec...er-ball-detent
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          #5
          I run this on my stuff now

          http://www.nummech.com/prod_item_detentv2.html

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            #6
            I recently returned a CP cocker detent to ANS for the same reason. I ordered an different one and it screwed in but with more force than I would expect. I think the anno on the CP threads may make the thread out of spec

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              #7
              I've had 2 CP detents, first one shot out about 10 shots in. ANS replaced immediately and 2nd one has been fine with probably 3-4 cases shot through it so far. Both were a little tight to thread in, noticeably harder than the stock one.

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                #8
                I would use doc detents or PPS detents both of which are low profile and simple and do their job. Nummech looks nice but I don't love having a regular steel bolt head integrated to the design.

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                  #9
                  The CP detent has a pretty weak return spring as well. I highly suggest that if you choose to go that way make sure to leave the back block/bolt open a little (not cocked) so that the detent isn't constantly pressed while not in use. Another tip with those is the spring will rust. I drop a touch of oil in one each use and it's lasted for years with these two small precautions.
                  I will say they have had a far higher failure rate than any other I can recall using.
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                    #10
                    Step 1- go here https://docsshop.storenvy.com/collec...er-ball-detent


                    Step 2- buy as many as you need then add one more


                    Step 3- install into side of marker and go mow face

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