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Old 10-03-2017, 03:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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The easiest way to get a nice consistent RT effect is by using an adjustable output regulator. I personally (generally) used the stock RT pin and sear, adjusted the reg up to the neighborhood of 1100, sometimes a little less according to the valve and "X" tuning (don't know why it mattered) and could consistently see over 15BPS. The bigger issue than the speed in BPS I was shooting (Larry Motes was a mag lover) was the fact that I had to chrono low to make up for velocity climb as it shot.
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When you start shortening the pin, 0.010" or 0.005" at a time, things like paint, ano, corrosion, body thickness, sear wear/polish, sear pin wear, o-ring condition, and field strip screw tension all start to add up and make the difference between "fast" and "leaky".
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