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Old 02-08-2007, 02:59 PM #43
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The way I see it:

You have a cup of water (air stored per shot in the marker)
You tip the cup (ram opens valve -- no matter what the valve still opens the same ammt)

The cup is now empty

No matter if there is a ball or not, the valve still releases the same ammt of air -- wether its used to propel a ball or vented out is another story --

But, I guess thats not the case (the valve releasing the same volume of air)
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Old 02-08-2007, 05:43 PM #44
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The way I see it:

You have a cup of water (air stored per shot in the marker)
You tip the cup (ram opens valve -- no matter what the valve still opens the same ammt)

The cup is now empty

No matter if there is a ball or not, the valve still releases the same ammt of air -- wether its used to propel a ball or vented out is another story --

But, I guess thats not the case (the valve releasing the same volume of air)
Using this method place an object such as a ball that fits into the mouth of the glass(this is acting like the bolt). Tip the glass over and see if the water pours out at the same rate without the object. My guess is it will pour out at a slower rate because of the pressure created. Just my thoughts on it.
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