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Old 12-24-2017, 12:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
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INTEL switch placement?!

Iam looking a a picture of the intel switch installed in a frame! Cannt seem to find one !iam new to this intel thing so be soft with me lol
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Old 12-24-2017, 01:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Copy and paste this into your address bar
mcarterbrown.com/manuals/AGD/intelliwarp.pdf
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Perfect man ! I appreciate that .was going to ask you if I couldnít find the answer here at a later date lol didnít want to bug ya . To bad they donít show the point of contact within the frame if you get me like the point the trigger pin hits it !
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To bad they donít show the point of contact within the frame if you get me like the point the trigger pin hits it !
That wouldn't do you any good, just follow the instructions >

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Set the switch in place and gently tighten the nuts.
You will need to adjust the position of the switch after
installing the frame and charging up your marker. A good
starting point is to have the switch roller just touching the
bottom of the sear when the valve is charged and ready to
fire. Note that the switch arm has a small amount of travel
before the contacts close. A longer ďonĒ time can be
obtained by slightly preloading the arm against the sear.
Shorter on pulses can be obtained by increasing the
distance between the roller and the sear. When you are
finished adjusting the switch position, snug up the two nuts
but do not over tighten them. Over tightening can crack the
plastic switch housing.
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That wouldn't do you any good, just follow the instructions >
Problem being I donít have a frame for it and was going to put it in a different frame like my zgrip or maybe my auto response frame
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Those frames don't have a Inteli switch mount.

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Those frames don't have a Inteli switch mount.

Open the PDF link and scroll down to page 22 for a picture.
Agreed but thatís not the hard part for me the bracket for the switch is easy got a guy that can make it happen but before that I need the info about placement and where the switch makes contact with the pin .
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It hits the bottom of the sear leg behind the trigger pin
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Here are the actual dimensions for the machining, in inches, center of the thumb screw for the horizontal dimensions.
Mount holes are drilled through (not threaded) hole diameter is 0.136"

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Here are the actual dimensions for the machining, in inches, center of the thumb screw for the horizontal dimensions.

https://www.automags.org/forums/attac...145768&thumb=1
Luke thanks for your help man I think a got the info I need !
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