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    Xvalve only shoots every other time

    Ok, I was FINALY able to get an xvalve and I dropped it into my Pnue-mag (which I finally worked out) but it only fires every other time. the rest it chuffs. I backed off all the stops and re did them. I even pulled out the xvalve and tried it in the other mags I have and it worked.

    it wont even shoot correctly slowly. at 1 bps still does the same thing.

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    Additional info on the setup and pics may help. If the X valve works in other markers, than it sounds like the Pneus need to be fine tuned.

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    obviously these are old (about a week old) I put a different trigger on with propper stops and most obviously an xvalve but otherwise the rest is self explanitory




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    How close is the ram to the sear? What LPR are you using?

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    palmers micro-rock and I'll have to check. I ran out of air trouble shooting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag
    palmers micro-rock and I'll have to check. I ran out of air trouble shooting it.
    Story of my life.

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    i want someone to live closer to me

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    Whats the screw in the back of the frame for? When you pull the trigger is the ram tripping?

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    the screw in the back of the frame is my back stop. and yes, the ram trips everytime. the valve chuffs like its going to fire but its out of air

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    That is an interesting setup. It looks like the bolt is completly exposed, the trigger is modified,where is the trigger rod and what is the bolt at the back of the frame by the field strip screw?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BTAutoMag
    the screw in the back of the frame is my back stop. and yes, the ram trips everytime. the valve chuffs like its going to fire but its out of air
    Did you try removing that screw? Not sure why you would need to limit the rearward travel of the sear...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatliner333
    It looks like the bolt is completly exposed
    bought the body cheap cause someone screwed it up while milling it. I'm fixing it as we speak


    Quote Originally Posted by Flatliner333
    the trigger is modified,where is the trigger rod
    look again



    Quote Originally Posted by Flatliner333
    what is the bolt at the back of the frame by the field strip screw?
    sear back stop


    Quote Originally Posted by OPBN
    Did you try removing that screw? Not sure why you would need to limit the rearward travel of the sear...
    I was told that that was a good thing and yes, ive taken it out and tried it that way

    I'll take some more pics of it tonight

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    look again

    OK

    OK I read post #19 and that makes sense to me...but good lord man trade that hex head out for a long set screw that thing looks painful

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flatliner333
    look again

    OK

    OK I read post #19 and that makes sense to me...but good lord man trade that hex head out for a long set screw that thing looks painful
    this is only the proto type frame ~raises evil pinky to face~

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