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  • of o rings used on all the AKA products Upadate Dan writes BTW there is one minor error in the listing The 4 017 orings on the Sidewinder are Buna

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  • why the Fly will be better than anything else Angel Eyes uses new technology to replace the traditional delay used by all other eye systems further increasing rate of fire Actually we re using the new technology to replace our earlier antichop technology that even though we hyped it out the gills worked about was well as a sack of wet cats Laid Back Slayer trigger Which is like every other trigger out there but with a cooler name External Vernier Trigger adjustment with Toe positioning We put little wheels on the setscrews Vernier sounds more high tech than dial a bounce Smoother Firing Cycle We re pretty sure anyway Trust us Modified gas galleries We drilled bigger holes allow the Fly s LPR Pressure to be set way below 50psi reducing bolt impact and allowing the use of very fragile paint Except that our Patented RotaBreech still forces us to position the boltface away from the ball allowing the bolt to impact the ball not accellerate it with the bolt 6 modes of fire None of which you can use in a tourney but are included like the built in thermometer to attract the noobs who judge a markers performance by the number of shiny objects it has 21 De bounce settings from Tournament Legal to Oh My God where permitted We wanted to call it Adjustable Cheat Mode but W A S had copyrighted the term already Where permitted meaning whereever you can get away with it Ultra Safe Store Demonstration Mode The Fly will dry fire at an insane rate to offer the store customer a true reflection of its awesome firepower but will not fire if a ball is present It s actually a software bug but the marketing guys managed to figure out a way to call it a feature Modified Anti Jam Twin Anti Double Balls These new pivot action detents are specifically designed for force feed loaders with extra snap back to ensure only one ball per cycle enters the breech We added another ball detent with heavier springs We had to since so many people with HALOs were having loader induced feed problems And don t even get me started on the COPS and Sensi Low Rise Twist Lock feed You know like every other gun on the market today has Large volume chamber offering working pressures under 175psi Because as you all know lower pressure is better It makes the ball go farther more accurately lets you shoot faster reduces recoil in total contradiction to the laws of inertia and makes the ladies flock to you like a magnet 14 Infinity Barrel That s what we call our honed aluminum tube which is of course better than anyone elses honed aluminum tubes Patented 90 Degree Space Frame Damn those people ripping off our design by using 90 1 degree frames Custom Fly Back plate It has a picture of Jeff Goldblum engraved on it Bling bling Smaller Lighter design Smaller by

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  • Tinker's Guild Tech Forum
    rectangular in cross section but it s not uncomfortable Come to think of it I always liked the rectangularish cross section grip of the Splatmaster Pair of screws secure the grip frame to the body assembly This is the top inside of the frame yeah it s kinda dark The lightish rear circular area left side of pic is where the gas comes up through the grip Note the nice wide sear The grip assembly showing off the internal expansion chamber Not sure how well it really works given its small size And although I ve not really used the gun much I can t say that I ve had the grip become cold when blowing off a lot of shots there s a good amount of separation between the plastic grip cover and the chamber Bottom of the trigger frame without the grip or x chamber attached Here is where my original problem with the gun was The shiny bare aluminum is a drilled hole to access a set screw that adjusts how far the sear spring is compressed By adjusting this set screw you can adjust the sear tension and thus a bit of the trigger weight as well WHen I had first gotten the gun there was just barely enough spring tension to allow the sear to catch the bolt on return After a few shots the sear would fail to catch the bolt the bolt would stay forward and it would vent down the barrel An extension spring is used for the trigger return could be a little lighter but it s certainly much better than a Pro Lite Guts of the gun the sight rail holds the two halves together Armson s answer to the Mag s AIR Yes velocity is adjusted by the threaded

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  • makes an airtight seal not via the threads like a 1 8 NPT connection but by the o ring at the top of the ASA Hence the size of the o ring groove should not be changed too much from what is shown Note that the ASA uses CGA 320 threads For more info on CGA 320 see http www concoa com frames technical cgaconn cga320 htm Also note that

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  • threads used on ATS guns I ve converted the ATS instructional video into a pair of Quicktime files Quicktime 5 Viewer should be able to open them Each file is pretty big 80 meg for the first 71 meg for the second and is around 10 minutes long Many thanks to ATS for allowing me to post these ATS video part 1 ATS video part 2 Disclaimer I am not

    Original URL path: http://haveblue.org/tech/ats/ (2016-04-26)
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  • Index of /tech/autococker
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  • and then the bolt spring pushes the bolt back into place However the wave spring keeps the bolt from returning fully causing what is known as bolt stick A pump rod lying in a groove in the rail is pushed backward to return the bolt fully to the rear Here are the two pages showing the parts and assembly instructions for the pump kit taken from AGD s site pump pdf The black bumper is 1 16 thick 3 4 OD and approximately 0 465 ID The wave spring is about 0 93 OD 0 737 ID with a free height of approximately 0 2 and a compressed solid height of approximately 0 04 The spring is made of three turns of 0 094 wide 0 012 thick strip The closest match from Smalley appears to be the C100 M1 with specs here http www smalley com SpringProperties asp PartNbr C100 M1 Note that you must have a body with an enlarged sear slot to be able to use the pump kit According to the above pdf document all bodies made after June 1994 have the enlarged sear slot However recently made guns appear to have a narrow sear slot AGD must have returned to the old style slot after discontinuing the pump kit Anyone with further information please contact me This enlarged sear slot also has a small bevel by one corner where the pump rod passes under Kolea Hara provided this photo which shows the difference between a standard body and one with the enlarged slot for the pump rod Thanks go to Connieandsimon sprint ca and the Toronto Recreational Paintball Club for these two pictures of the pump kit Here s a scan from an issue of APG that shows how the kit gets installed Many thanks

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  • O ring between grip and body is a BS108

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