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Old 01-29-2018, 01:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Autococker cocking issue with hinge frame

I have an inception designs pneumatics. I have the dye hinge frame on. The hoses are as follows. The one closrst to you on the 3 way is to the front of the ram and the front of the 3way hose is to the back fitting of the ram

When i gas it up, the gun just cocks and remains in the cock position. It does not fire

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Old 01-29-2018, 06:31 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hoses wrong. Hinge frame...hoses are. Back to back. Middle lpr front to front. Not firing cause the although it's cocked...the air pressure pushing the ram back is enough to overpower the hammer spring. Switch ur hoses
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s/m correct...
but if he has the ufc3..then his hosing should be correct..
his ram is flying back as if its the std two ring stem...(he can have id parts like the lpr and the ram...and not the 3)
..that or his trod placement is waaaaayyyy off
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s/m correct...
but if he has the ufc3..then his hosing should be correct..
his ram is flying back as if its the std two ring stem...(he can have id parts like the lpr and the ram...and not the 3)
..that or his trod placement is waaaaayyyy off
simon has said hat he has seen someone set up his 3 way as a 2 oring 3 way on accident.
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ahhhh g/p!
...didnt think someone could...or would do that!
do u think the barb holes are too close for that to work? or is it possible to be effective?
i know orry stems are slightly diff..
and while it does work..it barely does....

well i hope the o/p has info to get it going!
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I set it up correctly, it doesn't make sense why it would just cock but won't go foward
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Need to adjust the timing rod, sounds like it's not screwed in far enough.
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When i screw it in farther down, it starts leaking.
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Screw it past the point where it leaks.
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