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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneumagger
    Ultimately, the best safety for a pneumag would be an emag type of safety where the sear movement is blocked.
    I briefly thought of doing something like that. Unfortunately the grip is so wide open there's no where to mount that kind of safety.

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    Couldn't you just cut off the air supply between the lpr and pneumatics, fire a few time untill the operation pressure drops below operation, without having to bleed all the pressure out of the whole marker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyless
    Couldn't you just cut off the air supply between the lpr and pneumatics, fire a few time untill the operation pressure drops below operation, without having to bleed all the pressure out of the whole marker?
    Why is this important?
    It's like 3000 times easier and 200 times cheaper to use a barrel condem and keep your finger off the trigger.

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    Easiest thing I have found is a NDZ Thread Saver On/Off... Just put it between you Tank and ASA... It does add some length to your tank but I have not noticed much difference once I got used to using it...

    Link to NDZ Thread Saver On/Off with Air Purge : Thread Saver On/Off

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    Pneumag safty

    Creating a new post, sorry to bring this issue to your sale thread.

    Thanks for creating these adaptors pneumagger
    Last edited by skyless; 11-22-2008 at 11:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneumagger
    Also, the CP on/off ASA will need faced off on the top because there is a "groove" running along the top and I need a smooth surface for the oring.
    I can avoid this if someone can find me .203 (13/64) Orings that are thicker than 1/16"
    This is probably the reason for the adapter block that G-Force was offering although I have no idea if they have been produced or not.
    <img src="http://img124.imageshack.us/img124/2262/gforcelprasaadaptorlf0.jpg" height=480 width=640>

    *on an unrelated note, the engraving on that adapter looks nice. too bad we didn't get that on our frames *

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    I think gforce could have done better with a shallower oring gland and:
    a) Putting a light couterbore where the ASA is drilled into for good sealing
    b) Using a low durmeter (squishier) oring that will extrude into the groove along the ASA top.

    Both methods get rid of an adapter and allow for a shorter setup
    Ultimately, I reccommend the standard direct ASA CP makes. It's shorter than the on/off and looks way better IMO. I prefer things simpler.
    So what if I have to unscrew the tank to turn it off? ...

    Last edited by Pneumagger; 11-26-2008 at 11:50 PM.

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    il take one, and is paypal OK if i ad the fees ? i assume thats the only reason to not use paypal, otherwise MO is fine

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    Update: I didn't get as much as I wanted done so far this week.

    I do have the first production adapter made and a CP on/off modified. Everything fits VERY well and I will be testing it soon.
    I'm going to go ahead and start making more in the mean time. I'll post pics of the final production version tonight.
    All in all, each adapter an ASA modification takes about 3.5 hours, so I think I can get one done per night reliably.

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    On a side note... if I can get a line on cheap WGP regs would you guys think a complete kit (orings, screws, LPR, & adapter) would be priced well @ $55?
    Then I'll tap your ASAs for free if you cover return shipping. If you want to do your own ASA I can post up the instructions.

    I coul probably discount you ~$20 if you already own the WGP lpr (depending on where I get the regs.
    Last edited by Pneumagger; 11-26-2008 at 11:48 PM.

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    Ok, shown below is a pic of a "production" LPR adapter and CP on/off ASA.
    Also shown is the modified nickel/brass WGP nut - which saves me alot of machine time.
    If both test out OK this week when I gas them up (I have to get a fill) I'm leaning towards making the WGP nut version.
    Would anyone be opposed to me offering the modified brass WGP nut as the adapter instead of a 100% custom aluminum adapter?
    The functionality of both should be 100% the same and if I do this I can offer the whole LPR unit for $55.
    Let me know so I can place an order for 10-20 LPRs soon. If you already have an LPR, just let me know and I can modify it for just the mount price.

    So to recap...
    $30 shipped for just the adapter kit. (Brass or Aluminum)
    $55 shipped for a complete WGP LPR kit.
    I will modify ASAs sent to me for free
    All kits include 2 stainless screws and 2 sets of orings.
    ORDERS WILL BE TAKEN AFTER TESTING THIS WEEK



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    I will take the 55$ LPR kit...I need an LPR. I also want to ship you my ASA. I will PM you.

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    money in your pocket

    Have you checked out the new CP mini direct mount on/off asa? Think it would be just as simple to mod that one as other on/off? I would like to send you the asa and buy one adaptor or i can send you my current tickler to be modded.
    Thanks pneumagger pm me the details.
    Last edited by skyless; 12-02-2008 at 12:50 AM.

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    I have completed testing on both the custom aluminum adapter and the converted WGP nut.
    Both work excellent and I'm really pleased with both. Either should get the job done.
    Orders are ready to be taken, and work is ready to commence (forget about lengthy waits for this custom part).
    If you have expressed interest in this thread previously, you have been PMed. Chime in or PM me if you would like in on this.



    I will be offering the Aluminum adapter as a single part you can use to upgrade the WGP LPR you already have.
    The WGP modified nut will be sold with the WGP LPR. I will try to purchase several in bulk and pass on the savings.
    If you have a WGP reg, you're welcome to send it in if you want the WGP nut modified instead of an aluminum adapter.

    Just an adapter will be $30 shipped.
    The Complete LPR Kit will be $55 shipped.
    All parts and orings are included as well Direct Mount ASA modification if you wish to send that in.
    Orders will be filled as received. Paypal payments should be sent to jrm33@cwru.edu
    If you decide to order, post here or PM me in addition to including your information with Paypal.
    If paypal is not your payment medium of choice, PM me for more info.

    Trades are accepted. (Preferably Glock 19 or 23 magazines)

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    AWESOME ! THANKS!!!! Paypal sent and PMed you about asa milling.

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    Your PM Box is full.

    I just got my second CP Direct Mount ASA in the mail yesterday and will be shipping the two ASA's and a MO for $110 to you tomorrow. Keep me posted or let me know if you need anything from me.

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    xmas for me

    1 Aluminum adapter $30
    1 Compleate lpr (black) kit $55
    modify ASA Free

    Sending you my asa and a MO for $85.

    Thanks alot for making these. No rush enjoy the hollidays Im going to be out of town for a while.

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    Update:
    The shop finaly got my LPR order correct. I suspect LPRs will arrive in a day or so.
    So if thAt's what you're waiting on...

    PM box Cleared.
    Last edited by Pneumagger; 12-21-2008 at 10:41 PM.

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    Hey pneumagger

    Sent you an email a week ago and have had no reply. Are you still running it?

    ThaNks

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    Any Updates???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Looper
    Any Updates???
    Ditto

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    I'd be interested in an adapter and also would like to send in my ASA as well.

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    Have these shipped? Status? Excited and just wont to make sure the USPS has not lost it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by insixdays777
    Have these shipped? Status? Excited and just wont to make sure the USPS has not lost it!
    Ya i agree, had hoped to have mine by now, could just be the holiday weekend we just had.

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    I apologize for the lack of communication on my part.

    For the last (many) days I've been liing with my in-laws because of CO poisoning in my home.
    My furnace heat exchanger had failed and was dumping carbon monoxide into my home up to lethal levels.
    The furnace was fixed this morning and all permits/inspections cleared. As such, I went ahead and got the bags with LPRs/ASAs and shipped them off today.
    If they don;t arrive within the week, let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pneumagger
    I apologize for the lack of communication on my part.

    For the last (many) days I've been liing with my in-laws because of CO poisoning in my home.
    My furnace heat exchanger had failed and was dumping carbon monoxide into my home up to lethal levels.
    The furnace was fixed this morning and all permits/inspections cleared. As such, I went ahead and got the bags with LPRs/ASAs and shipped them off today.
    If they don;t arrive within the week, let me know.
    Just glad to hear you are OK, and I hope everyone living with you is well. Thanks for the update and take care of yourself.

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    Thanks Pneumagger! Glad everyone is OK! Feel better!

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    THANKS! I got mine today, it is amazing. Cocker LPR fits so nice with your adapter. Flawless job on milling my CP on/off. Great work. A true sleeper G-force frame now...who need a stinking G-force adapter plate! Thanks again!!!

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    Thoe LPRs are "as set from the factory".
    Please be sure to back the LPR screw all the way out before airing up the marker. Then adjust in as-needed.
    Worst case is that you'll blow a hose off a barb or pop a hose. Not a big deal, but definately annoying.

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    Pneumagger - Can I still get an aluminum one? I would also like to send in my ASA...

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    ^ ditto on that, can i still get a kit and have an ASA modded....?

    Willing to pay more since you're not doing it in a bulk run this time.

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