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Old 12-07-2018, 06:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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ACT Timing?

I was considering getting an ACT kit for my sierra one, and it came to my head that the act kit is meant to be used with the stock drive spring/hammer combo.

I was wondering what kind of effect there would be if the drive spring tension/hammer weight were changed. Could the bolt and hammer become unsynchronized?

The same question could be asked having seen techt's new superbolt kit for tippmanns (just a production version of that youtube mod).

Any feedback would be appreciated.
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Old 12-07-2018, 08:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I was considering getting an ACT kit for my sierra one, and it came to my head that the act kit is meant to be used with the stock drive spring/hammer combo.

I was wondering what kind of effect there would be if the drive spring tension/hammer weight were changed. Could the bolt and hammer become unsynchronized?

The same question could be asked having seen techt's new superbolt kit for tippmanns (just a production version of that youtube mod).

Any feedback would be appreciated.
You would need a crazy, and I mean crazy stiff spring in order to de-synch the hammer and bolt through a act system. To the point that I really doubt the marker would re cock. Basically the drive spring would need to have enough force to drive the hammer and overcome the force of the act spring with nothing holding the bolt back from moving

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