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Old 11-26-2013, 10:06 PM #1
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B2K4 orings and detents

know anywhere I can get some replacements
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Old 11-27-2013, 11:25 PM #2
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Did Nobody get at you already?
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Old 11-28-2013, 09:09 AM #3
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i thought i did. but once again:

i have the orings, they are 010 orings. you can also use a finger style detent in place of(and works better) the orings, which tend to get shot out. you can also double up on the and have 2 fingers on each side with no problems. you can use Bob Long, Planet Eclipse and/or Empire detents.
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Old 02-01-2014, 07:48 PM #4
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Hey I could also really use a full set of o rings and that detent, can you pm me your price and PayPal details? Also your rates for bringing my beauty back to life yourself, if you don't mind
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Old 02-01-2014, 10:21 PM #5
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You might need more posts before you can PM. Make a couple of extra posts here or post a picture of your B2k.
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Old 02-03-2014, 09:40 PM #6
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Hi maloneoni, yeah I was hoping to get his attention as you're right I can't PM yet.

No worries, I'll post some pics of my (old) new gun have some questions that I hope you guys can answer! Please pardon the stupid questions...

Pic #1 - some sweetness, she really needs TLC. Just ordered some dow33 grease on amazon and an o-ring kit from a random paintball o-ring vendor I found on google. Wish me luck with my first disassembly, could use any and all tips/pointers!



Pic #2 - more sweetness



Pic #3 - my gun was not firing, it turns on and LED blinks with each trigger pull, so I doubt it's the battery. I noticed this knob was screwed all the way in, this is the LPR right? If I moved the bolt back and forth manually and pulled the trigger it would make a light popping noise (note: there was lots of resistance). Should I back this out further and re-try? (tank at my girlfriends currently, why I haven't tried yet)



Pic #4 - can anyone explain to me what this is, and how I should use it?



Again, sorry for dumb questions

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Old 02-04-2014, 11:07 AM #7
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alrighty. gun pOrn.

that's a Promaster, not a B2K.

on pic#3, that is your LPR. what you want to do is unscrew it out more so that there would be no air going into the gun. that is zero'ing out the LPR. do the same with the HPR in the vert.

on pic #4, that is an on/off ASA. you screw the knob clockwise to depress the pin on the HPA tank to air up the gun, and counter-clockwise to degass the gun/ASA.

going over what you have, the leak that you have, might be that the LPR isn't providing enough pressure to full seat the rammer. in that case, you have to shoot through the leak as it were and increase pressure(turning the LPR in).

anytime you are turning in without a gauge or guidance, then you need to only turn the adjusters, half to a quarter turn at a time. basically, turn in, till the bolt moves back, then quarter turn more and that's all you basically need. if it leaks continually and the bolt doesn't move, then yes, you have a leak.
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