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    TiPX / TPX / TCR Firing Cycle Animation

    Does anybody have one they can share? Thanks.

    #2
    Hmm I'm surprised there isn't one on ZDSPB. I think they're all blow forward spool-ish type guns, but I wasn't able to find an animation with some quick Googling.
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      #3
      Thanks for trying. Iā€™m pretty sure I understand the cycle but was hoping for an animation to confirm. All I found via Google was an old pbnation post with a dead link to an animation.

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        #4
        I'd like to see this too. The firing cycle of the flex valve has eluded me thus far.

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          #5
          I've looked, haven't found one.

          Look at the automag, that's what the flex valve is based on anyway. the major difference is instead of the sear there's a chamber enclosing the stem on the bolt. That chamber does not have air at rest. Part of the action of the on/off is to put air in that chamber which pushes the bolt forward, after that the firing cycle is the same

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            #6
            How's this chicken scratch for something to start with? Probably not showing all the steps, but it should get the point across. Remember, it's 3D, so I can't show all the air passages in a single cross-section. I'm too lazy to do the hidden lines properly. Also, I repositioned the input line for clarity.


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