In the 90's smartparts increased the chamber size with the magic box to make the bag easier on paint(and suposedly increase range). Another company introduced the hyperMag(I think that was the name) which had a smaller then stock chamber to increase efficency. I've always thought it would be cool if you could make an easily adjustible chamber so you could maximize efficency and ease n paint based on the paint you were shooting that day.
I got the insert and then had a bunch of work/car projects come up.
I still have to get it installed.
I will report when I can.
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The fat one goes in the bottom of the shot chamber and keeps the rear of the insert centered. I did this due to the chamber being tapered and not wanting the insert wabling around. The small one is the replacement for the red oring. Hope this helps.
The small opening goes towards the front. And the small holes were to allow for full venting. I was having a problem while testing with excess gasses preventing the bolt from resetting.
Again AGD did this and got the same improvement I did but fount this to make the marker harder on paint. As I have not had an issue with brakes I thought it was time to revisit this innovation that AGD tried back when paint was not so good.
Last edited by hill160881 : 03-12-2012 at 08:34 AM.
Yes and it's around a 20% increase. Stock is around 1200 rounds and the insert shows close to 1500 rounds. But I have not gotten any feedback from the test batch I sent out as of yet. I am sure I will after the spring outings though.
Not to speak for hill, but last time I talked to him he was not set up to machine and I got the last X valve insert. So if you really want one you would have to do some serious convincing to get a second run going