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Old 03-22-2013, 10:02 PM #1
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Reg adjustment

Had to order a new reg due to my old one crapping out. But my main question is how do I adjust it to where I need it?i order a CP reg , so not to sure how to make my adjustments ,thanks a ton fellow pumpers!
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:33 PM #2
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What are you using it on? CP has a set screw on the side to adjust pressure. Turn it down all the way, and then bring it back up until you get the velocity you're looking for. If it's on a 'cocker, you can check the stickies for sweet spotting instructions.
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Old 03-23-2013, 07:36 PM #3
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Yeah it's on my sniper,well it's going to be its still in transit sadly.
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What are you using it on? CP has a set screw on the side to adjust pressure. Turn it down all the way, and then bring it back up until you get the velocity you're looking for. If it's on a 'cocker, you can check the stickies for sweet spotting instructions.
or build a pressure tester.
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I don't think the actual pressure number is as important as setting it up for whatever marker it's on. Having a guage tells you where your marker is most efficient, but you won't know what that number is until you sweet spot the reg.
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I don't think the actual pressure number is as important as setting it up for whatever marker it's on. Having a guage tells you where your marker is most efficient, but you won't know what that number is until you sweet spot the reg.
Essentially yes. Most cockers need 300psi, depends how its set up. I'm simply saying a reg that has a clear view of the 300 range attached to an ASA with a plug on the other side. Screw the reg into the ASA then run the macro to another ASA with the tank attached. When you gas it up it will give you the readout of the reg pressure.
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