How the spring return on the priming handle works:
It's a retractable lanyard, inside the handle. The part that would normally attach to (and pull back on) a pen is attached to the handle. Pull the handle back away from the gun, and the lanyard pulls it towards the gun.. Not sure where the misunderstanding was, but hope this clears it up.
Edit: Photobucket video editor isn't functioning properly. Had to put in the uneditted version. You can just ignore after 0:14, I was just screwing around with the rail.
Some videos of the rof:
Single shot - 12 seconds per shot, 5 shots per minute.
8 shot RSCB clip - 8 shots in 25 seconds, one shot per 3.125 seconds, ~19 shots per minute (not including reload of course)
Edit: Photobucket video editor isn't functioning properly. Had to put in the uneditted version. The first 8 shots are what I was going by (up to 0:25 of course).
These also show that the handle and wire don't really bounce around like some of you thought they would. Sometimes the handle flips over, but you don't feel it, as it's covered in plastidip (very soft) and it's barely touching your hand at all.
Edited by Splitlip, 16 April 2009 - 10:07 PM.