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#26 Dan Wask

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Posted 20 April 2006 - 09:10 PM

+1 for the hardest mod on the net. I realised I fuxed mine up today. I had placed the nf plunger tube too far forwards making the catch not engage correctly and fire off timing. Mad kudos to you cartoon.
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#27 SupG

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Posted 21 April 2006 - 03:48 PM

Add a spring in front of the turret. Add a o-ring or something to the holes...Do you mind taking a picture of the internals?

ya my guns do that to try using oiland stick it on ur finger and wipe the o ring.you might have to dap it with a papertowl cuz of there being to much oil.
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#28 Carrtoon

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Posted 21 April 2006 - 10:37 PM

Thanks again. I thought of trying that maverick mod by Captain Slug, but it seems that it would be flimsy. Is this mod stable enough to keep a consistent accuracy? I may give the paintjob another try, but it takes a ton of free time; something I'm running out of quickly.

Ompa, the piece you messed up on, I did also. If you or anyone else tries this, use craft foam like the RF20 does instead of an o-ring. The o-ring prevents the turret from moving easily and the orange piece on the end of the cylinder has to be at a perfect 90 degrees. Craft foam molds to the form you need, has less friction, and seals at least as well. Good luck to anyone who tries this!
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#29 hard rockr

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Posted 05 June 2007 - 05:51 PM

Thanks for the comments! That isn't an x-acto blade, although it looks a lot like one. It's just a piece of plastic cut to do the proper function. The catch has to be kept in place by a hot glued piece of plastic that sits right behind it.

As you can see in the video, the catch works every time. I fussed with it a lot, but it works wonderfully now. The seal is still a problem, though. I put the extra spring on the turret and it's pressing a little too hard. The turret now won't rotate like it should. I'll keep trying things and get results out asap. I did test the range. It gets 66' banded when I press the turret against the cylinder. Not bad. Not bad at all! All I have left to do is fix that seal, and I should be set!


is there any way to make the trigger system use the maverick one instead?
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Posted 06 June 2007 - 11:32 AM

This topic is one year old dumbass..... Thats like the fifth thread that you've resurrected.
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