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Old 04-11-2007, 11:05 PM #1
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Arrow Looking for a WG-65 part

Anyone know were I can get a new valve for WG-65? If anyone has one to sell, let me know
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Old 04-12-2007, 08:44 AM #2
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What's wrong with your current valve? I've never heard of one going bad. Typically it's a cupseal that goes bad and causes problems, not the valve itself.
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Old 04-13-2007, 02:18 AM #3
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I replaced the cup seal but the gun still leaks when it is not cocked. My brother sanded the valve a while ago because he thought it was the problem. He sanded it by hand and I think it is off. The gun works but only when it is cocked. But, he still wants to buy a new valve.
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Old 04-13-2007, 07:58 AM #4
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The gun is supposed to be cocked when you air it up to begin with. When you air the gun up when the gun is not cocked, the striker is pushing up against the cupseal, causing the cupseal to not seal against the valve, causing your leak. When you cock it, the striker is held back by the sear, allowing the cupseal to sit flush up against your valve creating a seal.

If it doesn't leak when the gun is cocked, and shoots fine, you don't need a new valve. Plus finding one is hard to come by unless someone is willing to part out their WG/WS for you. Valves aren't your typical wear and tear on these guns.
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Old 04-13-2007, 10:42 AM #5
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The gun is supposed to be cocked when you air it up to begin with. When you air the gun up when the gun is not cocked, the striker is pushing up against the cupseal, causing the cupseal to not seal against the valve, causing your leak. When you cock it, the striker is held back by the sear, allowing the cupseal to sit flush up against your valve creating a seal.

If it doesn't leak when the gun is cocked, and shoots fine, you don't need a new valve. Plus finding one is hard to come by unless someone is willing to part out their WG/WS for you. Valves aren't your typical wear and tear on these guns.
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Old 04-15-2007, 04:14 PM #6
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The gun is supposed to be cocked when you air it up to begin with. When you air the gun up when the gun is not cocked, the striker is pushing up against the cupseal, causing the cupseal to not seal against the valve, causing your leak. When you cock it, the striker is held back by the sear, allowing the cupseal to sit flush up against your valve creating a seal.

If it doesn't leak when the gun is cocked, and shoots fine, you don't need a new valve. Plus finding one is hard to come by unless someone is willing to part out their WG/WS for you. Valves aren't your typical wear and tear on these guns.
great words man. Thank you. Ill show my brother what you said.
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Old 09-17-2007, 12:12 PM #7
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Heck ,I've had my Armotech for 3 years and I always wondered why my tank was almost empty when I set it down gassed up. I never cocked the gun . Man I learn something new every day.
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Old 09-24-2007, 06:06 PM #8
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Old 05-21-2008, 10:19 AM #9
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Hello please i need shop for me armotech WG65 /urethan/ O-rings, you know who cant i shop??? eshop? or? please help.

I hawe read on this forum Orings from Spyder1 its OK to WG65, this is posible?

Very very Thanks

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