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Old 12-05-2012, 05:29 PM #1
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how to remove dm7 lpr

I removed the front cap and adjustment screw, how do i remove the lpr? do i need a threaded rod or is there another way? Thank you
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Old 12-05-2012, 06:16 PM #2
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4. now take a 10/32 screw / breech rod, and screw it into the copper fitting.... once screwed in, pull the entire lpr out... there are other ways the get the LPR out but this way is the proper way
For reference, the UL frame screws are 10/32 threaded.

It's also possible (though a bit risky) to simply air up the gun with both the LPR cap and set screw removed. Since there is nothing left to hold the LPR in place, the pressure it receives will cause the LPR to "pop" out of the gun. If you decide to do it this way, you should make sure to point the back of the marker into a pillow before airing it up.

EDIT: I misread your post. You say you removed the adjustment screw? You need to leave that in if you want to remove the LPR. The two things you need to take off are the LPR cap and the set screw. The set screw can be found by removing the UL and looking underneath where the LPR sits.

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Old 12-05-2012, 08:11 PM #3
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Thanks man, I just don't see where I could screw anything into the adjustment screw, I appreciate your help.
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Old 12-05-2012, 09:09 PM #4
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oh ok, i screw the 10/32 into where the set screw goes, correct?
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:30 PM #5
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I wanna be sure we're on the same page here:

The set screw is the small screw that is accessed by removing the Ultralite frame. It's used to hold the LPR housing inside the body of the gun.

The adjustment screw is the gold colored screw inside of the LPR that is used to adjust the amount of pressure flowing through the LPR. The 10/32 screw needs to be screwed into the head of the adjustment screw in order to remove the LPR from the body.

This might help clear up some confusion:

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Old 12-06-2012, 01:37 AM #6
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For reference, the UL frame screws are 10/32 threaded.

It's also possible (though a bit risky) to simply air up the gun with both the LPR cap and set screw removed. Since there is nothing left to hold the LPR in place, the pressure it receives will cause the LPR to "pop" out of the gun. If you decide to do it this way, you should make sure to point the back of the marker into a pillow before airing it up.

EDIT: I misread your post. You say you removed the adjustment screw? You need to leave that in if you want to remove the LPR. The two things you need to take off are the LPR cap and the set screw. The set screw can be found by removing the UL and looking underneath where the LPR sits.
if you do the "shoot your lpr out of your gun" method, make sure you zero your HPR first and turn it up just a tiny bit until it pops out. this method seems a little unsafe as it is to be honest and you dont want the lpr shooting out with 200psi behind it.
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Old 12-06-2012, 11:16 AM #7
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I'm about to take this pile of cocking rods I have and start marketing them as LPR removal tools...
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Old 12-06-2012, 02:35 PM #8
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I'm about to take this pile of cocking rods I have and start marketing them as LPR removal tools...
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