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  • Phoenix manual 5 meg PDF file The gun s inventor Eric Scott can be contacted at argent ensmachine com Eric has also very graciously provided the following CAD file for

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  • PT Enforcer Review
    that I found odd was that helicoil inserts were used in the threads that receive the frame screws pointed to by the yellow triangles in the below picture I m guessing that this was done to avoid stripping the threads in the expensive body if the frame screws are overtightened by the user a very thoughtful addition Helicoil inserts in the body One other nice feature is that the valve assembly is a single integrated brass unit very much like those used in newer PGPs The valve is held in place with a small brass screw in the bottom of the body just like an Autococker Unlike the Sheridan valves however the powerlet is pierced when the quick change knob is screwed in no priming shot is needed Brass valve assembly a great idea borrowed from the PGP Since the bolt needs to be very short and placed as far back as possible for the gun to be kept a managable pistol size the valve exhaust is actually forward of the bolt inlet hole by about 1 5 inches To get the air from the valve to the bolt a channel has been milled in the left side of the body which is then covered by a gasket and plate secured by two allen screws Air channel in the left side of the gun That s about all the at a glance info on the gun so far There will be 6 of us with PT Enforcers on the field tomorrow stay tuned for news of how this little beauty actually performs 26 Jun 2000 Well the gun had to come up short somewhere and performance is where it is lacking The gun s velocity out of the box is pretty abyssmal even with the velocity adjuster turned all the way in the gun shoots well under 200 fps Removing the adjuster entirely and replacing it with a M6 set screw allows you to crank in only about a turn or two more before the hammer can t return back far enough for the sear to catch it A heavier mainspring looks to be about the easiest solution to the problem and I ll be looking for one the next time I go to the store Still for close quarters a low velocity is appreciated by those receiving your fire you don t need 280 fps when your target is only 15 feet away Something that cropped up on my gun was the hammer becoming wedged fully forward A few gentle taps with a mallet freed it however I wouldn t expect to see this problem again once the gun is broken in Another problem that I ve seen on my gun and one other is double feeding The rubber nubbin can be positioned somewhat within the retaining plastic cover but it s still rather easy for the ammo tube spring to feed a second ball into the chamber sending the first ball rolling down the barrel thanks to the

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  • Racegun front solenoid valve is an SMC SY3120 SLOZ M5 0 The following pics are courtesy of White Wolf

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  • Palmer Stabilizer disassembly
    AKA Sidewinder Palmer Stabilizer Interesting to note the reg seats in the AA vigilante are made from machined Kevlar Crossfire uses Loctite 680 and 7649 activator when assembling systems

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  • Index of /tech/autoloader
    Description Parent Directory autoloader pdf 23 Apr 2008 12 35 128K frontend jpg 23 Apr 2008 12 35 47K onoff jpg 23 Apr 2008 12 35 20K Apache 2 2

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  • Index of /tech/sheridan
    modified Size Description Parent Directory exploded view parts and price list pdf 23 Apr 2008 12 42 55K ndex html 23 Apr 2008 12 42 480 Apache 2 2 3

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  • Index of /tech/shocker
    Directory 148 jpg 23 Apr 2008 12 42 18K eBH pdf 23 Apr 2008 12 42 104K index 23 Apr 2008 12 42 756 pricelist jpg 23 Apr 2008 12 42 136K shocker dwg 23 Apr 2008 12 42 51K

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  • Solenoids
    Note that Humphrey valves appear to actually be made by Koganei John SLICEnDICE Schmitz donated these SolidWorks models of the Humphrey 401 and the Humphrey H040 4E1 The Skinner owned by Parker K4H01 is the valve used in the Tribal BM2k Defiant and others The appropriate section from the Skinner catalog is here Not being very happy with the quality of the graphics of the Skinner supplied pdf I scanned

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