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Old 09-09-2014, 10:05 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Go vertical or get an anti-syphon tube with the CO2.



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or remote air with a gas thru stock or remote air with a gas thru front grip.
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Old 09-09-2014, 10:28 PM   #32 (permalink)
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I don't have access to HPA (Ridiculous I know) as there is nowhere to fill a tank... I'm working on that!

I though perhaps I was getting liquid in it. I'm going to try some braided steel hoses and an expansion chamber and see how that goes.
ah, an expansion chamber should help. why didn't i think of that? i have a few vertical asas and expansion chambers here just collecting dust. i can also help with the stainless line from the valve to the vasa; i have a piece, with quick-disconnect and purge, that i won't be using. i could get some pictures if you're interested, let me know.

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I just took a good look at the gun and everything else seems fine except the sear. The front of the sear is nice and sharp and the rear portion of the sear (which I assume hits the on/off) is pretty much square. Is this correct?

for now lets blame the Co2. I'll update this later.
yeah, sounds good. as long as the edge that contacts the bolt isn't rounded or chipped you should be ok.

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emag uses a shorter pin, I think its .710
that post was two years old, man!
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Barrels are like girls... Some people are just happy to have one that looks good. Or even one that everyone else likes. Other people want a tight, accurate bore to run their balls through.

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that post was two years old, man!
wats your point? nobody answered his question in 2 years…he is just trying to help answer a question.
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wats your point? nobody answered his question in 2 years…he is just trying to help answer a question.
the point would be he likely already found the answer a long time ago.

another thing that might help would be a duckbill that angles the tank downwards. it looks like yours is level, so there's probably a good chance it's just filling the hose with liquid c02.
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the point would be he likely already found the answer a long time ago.
and now thanks to vintage it is posted for everyone else to see…since this thread is sticked.


hey Wabaanimkil have you tried running your tank vertical? since you already have a VASA?
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Anti siphon is not necessary, and if applied wrong makes matters worse.

Here's the two things you should be doing if you want to run co2 on a mag without running it in a vert-bottle setup:
1. use an angled bottomline ASA, do not use a straight one.
2. use some kind of foregrip (preferably an expansion chamber), the path the co2 takes minimizes the chance of co2 getting into the gun

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and now thanks to vintage it is posted for everyone else to see…since this thread is sticked.


hey Wabaanimkil have you tried running your tank vertical? since you already have a VASA?
Its the most damned thing ever. The vert ASA wont thread onto any of my tanks, and the foregrip wont screw into any other bottomlines I have... It's like they aren't ASA threaded... They have this weird lip on the second to top thread.


I suspected the duckbill asa was contributing to liquid entering my macroline. I'll switch it out asap.

I also plan on setting my Mag up just like the one you posted, except I'll probably have it anno'd to a flat grey or something.
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My X-chamber and the QD airlines w/ VASA all arrived today. hooked them up and the mag shoots great Thanks guys and special thanks to cyco.
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