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Old 02-18-2010, 10:46 PM   #281 (permalink)
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yes but you live across the dreaded border. takes longer.

I forgot to send a second valve spring to someone up here. Damned if I can remember who now. I anyone doesn't have the second valve spring let me know.

Don't loose all the crap inside the grip!! I put the extra bits in there wrapped in a paper towel. I really have to invest in some little bags.
Yea I sorta wished I was working at the Rochester nuke plant, I'd just drive over the border and pick mine up.
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Old 02-20-2010, 09:19 AM   #282 (permalink)
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Alright, managed to scrounge up the 2nd half of the payment. Looking forward to that big ol' box showing up
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Old 02-20-2010, 12:19 PM   #283 (permalink)
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Finally!

Yessssssssss
Here it is! First picture of my DSG!
I put on a lapco with a python compression kit and a cocker thead adaptor for my lapco
It is sweet! Much better than what I thought it would be. Great work Dukie!!!
For the price, it is unbelievable!
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Old 02-20-2010, 02:57 PM   #284 (permalink)
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Alright, managed to scrounge up the 2nd half of the payment. Looking forward to that big ol' box showing up
Shipped, you should have a tracking numbe rin your email.

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Yessssssssss
Here it is! First picture of my DSG!
I put on a lapco with a python compression kit and a cocker thead adaptor for my lapco
It is sweet! Much better than what I thought it would be. Great work Dukie!!!
For the price, it is unbelievable!
https://i916.photobucket.com/albums/a...intball/14.jpg

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Did you cut your 12g changer lever? Why is it so short?

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Old 02-21-2010, 12:12 AM   #286 (permalink)
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Dukie -

I had time to assemble the DSG this weekend. Quality is extremely high, and the marker has a very solid feel.

I added an ATI grip with CAR stock. The interface in the grip itself which connects to the back of the DSG, required some minor trimming. But nothing that 9 minutes with a dremel tool couldn't handle. With the CAR stock, the entire package looks very formidable.

One dumb question on my part - what is the extra washer on a wire that is threaded to the top of the loading cap for?

And for internal cleaning and maintenance - any suggestions on a procedure for regular cleaning?
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The washer on a wire is the retaining means for the spring that holds the plunger. It basically keeps it from falling out of the springfeed tube.

Basically don't remove that washer or adjust it. It's meant to be there.
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I wonder how long my dsg is going to be stuck in Toronto
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Did you cut your 12g changer lever? Why is it so short?

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No,

Dukie will send us the longer lever soon.
It is usable but hard to change the 12g during a game with the short lever.
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Dukie -

I had time to assemble the DSG this weekend. Quality is extremely high, and the marker has a very solid feel.

I added an ATI grip with CAR stock. The interface in the grip itself which connects to the back of the DSG, required some minor trimming. But nothing that 9 minutes with a dremel tool couldn't handle. With the CAR stock, the entire package looks very formidable.

One dumb question on my part - what is the extra washer on a wire that is threaded to the top of the loading cap for?

And for internal cleaning and maintenance - any suggestions on a procedure for regular cleaning?
page 1, assembly drawings. Clean and oil as neccesary. DON'T remove the valve plug unless you let the orings degass first. Unless you don't mind chopping up orings. I'll post more later if I think of anything

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There are also the assembly and dissasembly videos on the first page.

Oil the hammer, maybe a little on the bolt. Go play. Thats pretty much it. Leave the valve alone unless it leaks ( that includes the front plug). There are opportunities to slice orings in there, so have some spares if you mess with it. Tank orings work.

Keep the dirt out of it, clean any paint off/out. Keep your screws tight. Just like older pumps get used to checking the tightness of your screws as you play. The old time players know it and don't think about it, some of you young guys don't and are suprised when you loose screws.

Use allen keys at your own peril. Don't ever use one on the bolt screw. Ever.

If you are really worried about them working loose:
1. remove the screws
2. put a small dab of blue loctite on the threads
3. let them dry completely
4. reassemble.

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put teflon tape on them.

If your EVA does not seem to be working, put a small piece of elecrical tape on the top of the aluminum cylinder. Don't crank hard on the EVA key, you'll gut the gearhead inside.

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No,

Dukie will send us the longer lever soon.
It is usable but hard to change the 12g during a game with the short lever.
QFT!

I haven't got them yet. I figured it was bes tto get them out there and let people play with the new toys and I could forward them as soon as I get them. They are functional like that, just not very practical.

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