oh my gosh, thats exactly what im looking for. now that i see it working, it makes sense now. I plan to buy one of these, and would buy one immediently if shipping wasnt $25 on a $7 valve. Thank you so much. Doom, you are right, I just didnt have the comprehension of hardware parts to realize it. Thank you so much for saving me time in the future. my only 2 remaining questions are:
When i said hybriding the 2 valves together, it is litterly what i am doing. It is like cheesys, using hornet parts and a firefly shell and turret for a semi automatic valve, but it has been re-worked in order to work with a backpressure tank/QEV like atomatrons as apposed to a at2k tank like in cheesys. this way, it is simplified, there is no need for a 3rd seal, and no need for another mechanism to pull the pin on the tank. I hope that makes sense
I've been working on the exact same thing with a DTG. Only I've been having sealing issues with the stock hornet trigger tube, so I'm going back to my homemade brass tube trigger valve which seals perfectly without doubbleing up on the o-rings and reducing friction. Or at leas i thought I was untill Nerkum posted a youtube link of the clipard valve integrated into a magstrike operating a big salvo tank. nerkums cliffard valve He presented it on page 2 of Buffdaddys semi-auto salvo thread page 2 of Buffdaddys Semiauto Salvo. Now i'm just annoyed my nerfing budget is spent. This may be a good time for both of us to listen to Doom.
1. is with that with the valve nerkum used, would the amount of pressure required to push the button on the valve increase as the air pressure of the tank increased?
2. would a solid primary tank work as well as an air bladder, or would the change in pressure between each shot be too dramatic?