Havin trouble visulizing what you are trying to do...
December 6 2010, 10:32 PM
does this mean you will turn it into a bottle gun to increase air storage capacity??? If so why not keep the tube and add a but stock tank for more air like the Monster two tanks is better than one *_*
If you goal is tethering a tank just use the fill foster front fitting. If you remove the gauge and want to use the rifle untethered than you will have to have a foster style fitting that seals like the fill fitting. I am not sure if the factory gauge adapter is drilled in such a way that will have enough meat to have a seat for the foster valve to seat. You may have to lathe up a new gauge port adapter or part 23 to do it
Part 23 might be deep enough to hold a foster with a shut off only one way to know for sure get a self sealing male foster and compare the two.
Post what you find out.
This message has been edited by critter99 on Dec 6, 2010 12:48 AM
yes, im going to run the gun remote, and i wont have a foster filler at the front, im actually using the main-tube, cut down, as a pre-chamber for the valve. i was thinking that i might have a new piece thread into the adapter in the gun, and the foster filler thread into that...the size of course is to be determined in part by the stock height
Accessing the quick disconnect will require that you take the stock off, thread the hose through the hole in the stock, and reassemble the stock. Not enough room to pull the collet otherwise, unless you leave the guage extender in place.
Thread tape should work fine to make the seal if you can't get a good mating surface for the o-ring.
Good luck - look forward to seeing what you come up with!
tethering a tank to the gun? i really want to have a remote line to the gun while shooting, like some paintball setups. I don't want to extend the existing tank or anything. i was also wondering how many cc's of air is used for each shot w/a stock disco? well, around how many cc's of air? i know its going to vary but id like a round-about number. I'm going to cut down the main tube and use it as a pre-chamber, and i don't want to cut it down too much, but i don't want too much tube either. basically id like to have enough air in the pre-chamber for 1.5-2 shots, so the shots stay consistent shot to shot. thoughts?
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