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    Posted: 13 August 2012 at 12:18pm
I Have been giving a Pro Carbine Pepperball and have found that the velocity screw is missing. Where the screw has to go is just a hole, I see not place for the screw to screw into. I am wondering if there is more missing than just the screw?
I use the gun to play paintball and do not want to hurt anyone 
What is it that I need?
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 Straight from my replacement parts guide stickied at the top, a Pro-Carbine velocity screw is a 7/8" length 1/4-20 bolt. You can find one to fit the bill at pretty much any hardware store. Look for a socket head cap screw and it's exactly the same as the original.
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Thank you, I also need to find the Tension Spring. Any Ideas?

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If you cannot see the threads for the adjuster screw, then the powertube needs to be rotated around until it lines up through the receiver. Just reach in with a small screw driver or Allen wrench to rotate it. If you can't locate factory parts then a hardware store will do for the screw & spring.



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