Micromag wiht level 10 does nothing
no external reg, tank is a wgp 50ci 300 psi tank set to 800-850 psi output
have been in the powertube and there appears to be nothing
no external regs,
will check the powertube again later and repost, but right now im 90% sure that there is nothing there
any other ideas
Don't know if this is a Level 10 problem, an x-valve problem, or something else Marker is Tac One with SpecOps Q-Bow package. Got it second hand but appears very new. Been through the Level 10 instructions, using #1 carrier to get no leaks, new o ring. Two shims. I don't know what the difference between the two longer springs is, one is red and one is plain. Have the plain one in, can hear bolt "stop" occasionally, but also sometimes chop, at high rof. Input pressure around 850. Using chrono procedure listed elsewhere, velocity varies from high 260's to occasionally just over 300 at 1-2 shot/second or so. Higher rof more consistent but still 270-285. Ball impacts have noticeable vertical stringing.
I have been advised to look for a classic valve for my play style, which is 5-6 bps or less, usually slow single shots or 3 rd bursts. Have also been advised to add regulator to remote line and reduce input pressure. Trigger is a little floppy, should it be tighter, make a difference?
Need the accuracy. Bought this as a sniper marker due to firepower flexibility, no hopper on top, and quieter sound signature. Right now my A5 with Stabilizer can outshoot it any day. Help!
Brand New TAC One Lvl 10 Leak Problem
Bought a new tac one from AGD themselves and thought that they factory tuned the lvl 10 bolt before shipping out. I even got a receipt of a factory chrono. As soon as I set up my air supply I had a very loud leak coming from the bolt area. I assumed it was in my braided steel/elbows themselves despite everything be plumber taped and screwed in very tight. So I spent my early trouble shooting days swapping those things out and re-plumber taping everything only to get the variables limited down to something internal. So then I realized they must NOT of tuned the bolt. So I proceeded with the typical carrier/shim trial and error and have tried EVERY combination of Carrier with no shims and then each carrier with 1,2,3,4,5 shims. I also tried all of my O-rings for the carriers... otherwise I don't have any other 0-rings that I can replace in the setup without buying a parts kit.
Through spending countless hours on this forum it led me to air it up and pull the trigger and hold it back and see if the leak stopped. It does when I do this.... which also said that is a carrier/shim problem.... BUT I'VE ALREADY TRIED EVERY COMBINATION!!!! Now I was able to greatly reduce the leak from what it was how the factory had set it up... where's it's at now it will start really quiet almost where you can't hear it and just get louder and louder until it is a pretty decent sssshhhhhhh..... noise if that helps you guys. I know it can also be the power tube o-ring but I don't have ANY to swap it out with currently AND this is brand new AND I closely inspected it and can't see any nicks or problems with it, it looks like a solid o-ring. DOES ANYBODY HAVE ANY IDEAS??? I'm probably going to be buying a parts kit but I'm at the end of my sanity.
Thanks in advance,