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Old 12-04-2012, 10:11 AM #43
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Lol. I am not wrong about this in any way whatsoever. There is no "bolt kit" the bolt is a stand alone part, the rammer is a stand alone part and the poppet is a stand alone part.

Rammer is typically an ego terminology (other poppets just use the term "ram") and the DM has no rammer, ram or even a poppet so the "bolt assembly" isn't even comparable.

MacDev cyborgs are stacked tube poppets that don't require tools to remove the ram...
I conceded I was wrong in a later post I am pretty sure. The point I was trying to make was that the EGO bolt is easier to get to than an Ion, a point on which I stand correct.
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Old 12-04-2012, 10:30 AM #44
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I conceded I was wrong in a later post I am pretty sure. The point I was trying to make was that the EGO bolt is easier to get to than an Ion, a point on which I stand correct.
You said you concede to your "terminology" error, but your original statement about "essentially the bolt" shows a fundamental lack of understanding. Then you tried to sound smart again and made up the term "bolt kit."

But so you don't feel too bad, yes, the ego bolt is easier to remove than the ion.
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Old 12-04-2012, 03:58 PM #45
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You said you concede to your "terminology" error, but your original statement about "essentially the bolt" shows a fundamental lack of understanding. Then you tried to sound smart again and made up the term "bolt kit."

But so you don't feel too bad, yes, the ego bolt is easier to remove than the ion.
Bolt kit is not an invented term, I have heard it used quite often by techs surprisingly enough whenever referring to the collective components of the firing mechanism or wait, my apologies to appease the term picky and the self proclaimed experts, the BOLT. In either case, the point I made is still valid even though my terminology may have been inaccurate. Furthermore, to quote my etek and ego manuals, " maintaining the rammer" is the section on maintaining the bolt, therefore, even my initial use of the word rammer is appropriate since it was used in the context of markers whose part is referred to as such. Vacuum thinking and arbitrary terminology nitpicks are not the begin all end of the points people make. If someone makes a valid point and some terms are a bit off but the essence of the point is still correct, then they are correct all the same
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Old 12-04-2012, 04:15 PM #46
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By far my geo 2, went to hell and back with this thing. Never a single problem and has always been there for me.

As for you guys arguing, get over it, what do you aim to accomplish?
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Old 12-04-2012, 04:32 PM #47
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By far my geo 2, went to hell and back with this thing. Never a single problem and has always been there for me.

As for you guys arguing, get over it, what do you aim to accomplish?
Touché sir...
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Old 12-04-2012, 04:35 PM #48
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By far my geo 2, went to hell and back with this thing. Never a single problem and has always been there for me.

As for you guys arguing, get over it, what do you aim to accomplish?
Secondly, how do you find the Geo 2 compared to the 3? I owned a 3 briefly because it gave me tons of issues so I am wondering how people have found previous models having never visited that marker line until recently.
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Old 12-04-2012, 07:47 PM #49
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Bolt kit is not an invented term, I have heard it used quite often by techs surprisingly enough whenever referring to the collective components of the firing mechanism or wait, my apologies to appease the term picky and the self proclaimed experts, the BOLT. In either case, the point I made is still valid even though my terminology may have been inaccurate. Furthermore, to quote my etek and ego manuals, " maintaining the rammer" is the section on maintaining the bolt, therefore, even my initial use of the word rammer is appropriate since it was used in the context of markers whose part is referred to as such. Vacuum thinking and arbitrary terminology nitpicks are not the begin all end of the points people make. If someone makes a valid point and some terms are a bit off but the essence of the point is still correct, then they are correct all the same
Whatever man. You're doing it again... making stuff up. Yes, every kid at the field is a qualified "tech."
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Old 12-04-2012, 11:01 PM #51
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Whatever man. You're doing it again... making stuff up. Yes, every kid at the field is a qualified "tech."
Ah yes the classic lacking in actual backing approach of accusing a debate partner of lying. Typical. By tech, I do not my children at my field, I mean the actual tech repair people in the shop attached to it thank you very much. Who, funny enough, used the term "bolt kit" to describe a product that, just by chance, (GASP), was an upgrade bolt for my Proto Rail in a discussion about upgrading. But clearly they must be wrong in the face of brilliant minds such as yourself, who are the begin all end all of all knowledge on everything. I can only tip my hat and bow sir.
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Old 12-04-2012, 11:42 PM #52
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Old 12-05-2012, 07:43 AM #53
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Ah yes the classic lacking in actual backing approach of accusing a debate partner of lying. Typical. By tech, I do not my children at my field, I mean the actual tech repair people in the shop attached to it thank you very much. Who, funny enough, used the term "bolt kit" to describe a product that, just by chance, (GASP), was an upgrade bolt for my Proto Rail in a discussion about upgrading. But clearly they must be wrong in the face of brilliant minds such as yourself, who are the begin all end all of all knowledge on everything. I can only tip my hat and bow sir.
Proof again that you have no clue what you're talking about... the rail is a spool valve marker and is totally different than an ego. You can't take things out of context. Keep grasping for straws.

Oh, and yes, back on topic... still love my clone and miss my 07 borg, ebladed sonic cocker and my evolution cockers the most.
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Old 12-05-2012, 04:17 PM #54
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Old 12-05-2012, 08:53 PM #55
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Secondly, how do you find the Geo 2 compared to the 3? I owned a 3 briefly because it gave me tons of issues so I am wondering how people have found previous models having never visited that marker line until recently.
I actually have never even seen a geo 3 in person, let alone shoot one. I currently still have my geo 2 even though i dont use it anymore. I litterally went through many guns while owning it and always ended up coming back to it. Its pretty rock solid in terms of reliability.
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Old 12-05-2012, 09:42 PM #56
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:32 PM #57
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I actually have never even seen a geo 3 in person, let alone shoot one. I currently still have my geo 2 even though i dont use it anymore. I litterally went through many guns while owning it and always ended up coming back to it. Its pretty rock solid in terms of reliability.
Hmmm. If that is the case I may pick up a used one when/if the opportunity presents itself. I owned the Geo 3 and it was not a good time but I want my faith restored for that line because I love PE. Thanks!
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