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Hey, y'know, look at the bright side, if it chops balls in half, it'll spray paint all over, so it would make a great bunkering gun!  Clap
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Originally posted by Frozen Balls Frozen Balls wrote:

Originally posted by tippy_182 tippy_182 wrote:

Originally posted by mod98commando mod98commando wrote:

He means that it'll essentially be full auto but the bolt will cycle so fast that no feed system could even attempt to feed fast enough. I don't remember the exact cycle rate of the valve but Enos says 30-40 cycles per second and that sounds good enough for me, I just remember that it cycles very fast. Regardless of the number, you can't feed fast enough to make use of the full auto effect and you'll end up breaking paint or, if you're lucky, just dry firing. You can easily stop that by shutting off the air supply (if you have an on/off) or you can simply grab the cocking knob on the rear bolt. If you released the trigger then the sear should catch the bolt again but that burst you fired probably would have either chopped a ball or fired nothing but air. You're better off sticking to semi-auto or buying a ROF upgrade (double trigger, RT, Ebolt).

 
I wonder if a Q-loader could support that..........


it wouldn't matter. The gun itself would beat the crap out of the paint.
yes a q loader could keep up with it (it feeds 100 balls in 1.5 seconds), but the cyclone system only feeds 15, so a hundred balls would tryin to be goin in to the cyclone and it can only feed 15
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Originally posted by turbo-archer turbo-archer wrote:

Hey, y'know, look at the bright side, if it chops balls in half, it'll spray paint all over, so it would make a great bunkering gun!  Clap
ummmm........no

 

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Originally posted by A5 dude15 A5 dude15 wrote:

Originally posted by Frozen Balls Frozen Balls wrote:

Originally posted by tippy_182 tippy_182 wrote:

Originally posted by mod98commando mod98commando wrote:

He means that it'll essentially be full auto but the bolt will cycle so fast that no feed system could even attempt to feed fast enough. I don't remember the exact cycle rate of the valve but Enos says 30-40 cycles per second and that sounds good enough for me, I just remember that it cycles very fast. Regardless of the number, you can't feed fast enough to make use of the full auto effect and you'll end up breaking paint or, if you're lucky, just dry firing. You can easily stop that by shutting off the air supply (if you have an on/off) or you can simply grab the cocking knob on the rear bolt. If you released the trigger then the sear should catch the bolt again but that burst you fired probably would have either chopped a ball or fired nothing but air. You're better off sticking to semi-auto or buying a ROF upgrade (double trigger, RT, Ebolt).

 
I wonder if a Q-loader could support that..........


it wouldn't matter. The gun itself would beat the crap out of the paint.
yes a q loader could keep up with it (it feeds 100 balls in 1.5 seconds), but the cyclone system only feeds 15, so a hundred balls would tryin to be goin in to the cyclone and it can only feed 15

Whered you hear that about the q loader

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