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Old 01-20-2005, 10:11 PM #1
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The Thread Thread - Tap and Die Sizes

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Information may be debateable. Use at your own discretion. Always test before drilling a major part.

The best way to get info submitted is to PM me. Don't PM me with questions, because i only know what's posted. Post questions, PM with information that's not posted. Thanks

Special thanks to Bulldog223 for listing alot this information. Thank you to anyone else who submitted other info.

Barrels:
Freak Tip Threads - .866" 16tpi double threaded 180deg apart
Barrel Threads
Autococker: UNF 15/16-20
A5/ProCarabine: UNF 7/8-20
ATS (Barrel): UNF .835-20
ATS (Unisizer): .760-56
Impulse: UNF 15/16-12 DL (Dual Leads)
Phantom: Acme 0.860"-14
Angel: M24x2.0
Spyder: M22x1.5
Blazer: .795" (not threaded)

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Interceptor 05
Ram Screws 4-40x1/4
Under Trigger Guard: 8-32x3/8

Interceptor 06
Ram Screws 4-40x3/8
Under Trigger Guard: 8-32x3/8

Remains 06
Ram Screws Front: 6-32x1/4
Ram Screws Back: 6-32x3/16
Under Trigger Guard: 10-32x5/8


Angel:
Angel LED, LCD & IR3 detents ----- 1/8" BSP
angel feednecks ----- M21x0.75
ball detent threads ----- M10x1.00
Trigger screws ----- M4x10mm
Bottom body grub ----- M4x6mm
LPR and battery caps ----- M19x0.75 (roughly 0.748"-34 in English units)

Autococker:
valve retaining nut----- 5/8"-18 5/16" long hollow lock screw
valve locking nut (located on underside of body) ----- 5/16"-24 1/4" long set screw
cocking rod hex knob ----- 5/16" OD 10-32 stainless threaded hex standoff, 3/4" long
All (or most) newer hammer kits ----- 1/4"-28 x 1/2" setscrew, with the first approx. 3/16" turned down to just narrower than the 'Cocker body slot. (Itself 3/16".)
IVG 3/4-16
Bolt o-rings ----- 0.1" thick, 0.5" ID, 0.7" OD
front block bolts ----- 3/8-24 threads on '99 and earlier
9/16-24 threads on 2000 and later
detent ----- 3/8 -24
velocity adjuster ----- 3/4-16
3-way ----- 15/32"-32
ram - 6-32
cocker barrels ----- 15/16"-20, Oversize GH-7
Autococker LPR ----- 1/8" NPT
Pump arm ----- 10-32

Phantoms:
Barrel threads ----14 TPI Acme threads with a major dia. of 0.860"
nylock in bolt ---- 10-32 , ~0.147" long
Front grip frame screw ----- 6-32
Rear grip frame screw ----- 8-32

Impulse:
feed necks ----- 32tpi, around .807" major dia
valve lock screw ----- 7/16"-20
frame screws ----- 1/4"-20, 1" long
front cap -----1"-16
impulse VA bolt ----- 3/8"-27

Viking:
End-caps ----- 3/4"-20
Feed-neck ----- 15/16"-20, Oversize GH-7
Barrel ----- 15/16"-20, Oversize GH-7

Pre-'05 Bushmaster:

Tray - Body Screws: (4) 6-32 x 1" (Socket Head Cap)
Valve Retaining Set Screw: 3/8-24 x 1/4" (socket set screw, fine thread)
Grip Frame - Tray Screws: (2) 8-32 x 3/8" (Allen Head is 4-40)(Button head)
Grip - Grip Frame Screws: (4) 6/32 x 1/4" (Button Head)
Trigger Set Screws: (3) 8-32 x 1/4" (Set Screw)
Valve Set Screw: (1) 1/8NPT plug
Manifold - Body Screws: (4) 4-40 x 3/8" (Button Head)
2k3 Eye Cover Screws: (2) 6-32 x 5/8 b (b= Button Head)
New Style Ball Detents (O-ring) Screws: (1) 6/32 x 1/4" (Button Head)
Bottomline: (2) 10/32 various length
Switch/Battery Cover screws:3-48 x 3/16
2k3 Eye cover screws: 6-32 x 5/8 Button head
Valve set screw: 1/8NPT plug...same as the plugs that plug up the holes for gauges if u dont use one

Shocker

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Feedneck : 32 TPI

Spyder
Thank you, Druidsdecendant

http://www.spyder.tv/forums/showthread.php?t=223

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Ram screws: (2) 10-32 x 1/2" (Button Head)
ASA Block screw: (2) 10/32 x 3/4" (Socket Head Cap)
Valve Retaining Set Screw: 3/8-24 x 1/4" (socket set screw, fine thread)
Tray - Body Screws: (4) 6-32 x 7/8" (Socket Head Cap)
Grip Frame - Tray Screws: (2) 8-32 x 3/8" (Allen Head is 4-40)(Button head)
Grip - Grip Frame Screws: (4) 6/32 x 1/4" (Button Head)
Trigger Set Screws: (3) 8-32 x 1/4" (Set Screw)
Valve Set Screw: (1) 1/8NPT plug
New Style Ball Detents (O-ring) Screws: (1) 6/32 x 1/4" (Button Head)
Bottomline: (2) 10/32 various length

BM2K
feedneck: .812-32

Automag
Trigger Rod ----- 4-40

Standard:
normal gauge/macro ------ 1/8" 27 NPT
grip frame/bottom line screws ------ 10/32
asa ------ 1/2 NPS tap
Skinner solenoid screws ------ 1.6mm, thread pitch is 0.35mm

Have Blue's Tap Chart

Complete technical info containing tap sizes for most markers

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For the above link, I recommend reading the Patents section. It explains alot and some new stuff not even on the market.
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Old 08-22-2005, 01:46 AM #2
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what are post 2k cocker vertical adapter retaning nuts threaded?
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Old 08-22-2005, 03:27 AM #3
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I threw some in for the phantom and bushmaster 2k. I'll try and snag the large grip retention screw off the phantom once I unpack it and find my thread gages.

also, ICD threaded barrels are (i beleive) 4 lead, 24 threads per inch...but once again I'll have to double check when I unpack my thread gages. I'll throw both sizes in once I confirm them.
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Old 09-30-2005, 01:30 AM #4
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I might repeat some threads from posts to get some centralized ordered by use list.

Barrel Threads
Autococker: UNF 15/16-20
A5/ProCarabine: UN 7/8-20
ATS (Barrel): UN .835-20
ATS (Unisizer): .760-56
Impulse: .917-12 DL (Dual Leads)
Shocker: .923-16 DL
ICD: UNF ??/??-QL (Four Leads)
Phantom: Acme Stub 0.860"-14
Angel: M24x2.0
Spyder: M22x1.5
Sterling: M??x??
Sovereign: M??x??
Blazer: .795" (not threaded)
Automag: ?? (not threaded, Twist and Lock system)

Feednecks
Impulse/Ion/Shocker/Omen: .807-32
Shocker NXT: 55/64-32
Bushmaster/Freestyle/Alien Interceptor: 13/16-32
Angel/X-Mag/Mayhem/Fastback: M21x0.75
Matrix: .925-32
Assault 80: 7/8-26
Autococker: 1 1/16-20
Viking/Excalibur/Cyborg: .910-20

Pressure Cylinders
Paintball Air/CO2 Cylinders: 5/8-18UNF-2B (SAE ) NT
Nitroduck Air Cylinders: 3/4-16 NPS
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SCUBA Tank Threads:
USA
-3/4-14 NPSM (200bar)
-7/8-14 UNF-2B (300bar)
Europe
-M18 x 1.5 ISO CP
-M25 x 2 ISO CP 10
-M25 x 2 Din 477
Asia/Pacific
-Parallel 0.750" (3/4) NGS, 14 TPI

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Interceptor 05
Ram Screws 4-40x1/4
Under Trigger Guard: 8-32x3/8

Interceptor 06
Ram Screws 4-40x3/8
Under Trigger Guard: 8-32x3/8

Remains 06
Ram Screws Front: 6-32x1/4
Ram Screws Back: 6-32x3/16
Under Trigger Guard: 10-32x5/8

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Old 09-30-2005, 03:20 AM #5
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Old 10-04-2005, 12:36 AM #6
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Does anyone know the tap size for a standard ASA? I have an on/off with a slightly galled thread that I would like to clean up.
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Old 10-04-2005, 02:03 AM #7
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Quote:
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Does anyone know the tap size for a standard ASA? I have an on/off with a slightly galled thread that I would like to clean up.

http://haveblue.org/tech/asa/index.html

that should help...sort of
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Old 10-04-2005, 02:44 AM #8
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Technically it's defined in the ASTM F1750-96 standard as a CGA320. It's a 60deg 0.830" OD. But a 1/2NPS tap sould be close enough. In fact, it's what I use to make my ASAs.
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Old 10-04-2005, 05:19 PM #9
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don't confuse the poor lad now!
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Old 10-20-2005, 09:21 PM #10
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Can anyone confirm the M22x1.5 spyder barrel threads? If so, do you know a way i can fix the threads on my barrel (they are spyder, but they wont screw all the way into my TL-X)
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Old 10-21-2005, 06:33 AM #11
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what is the thread size for a cocker pump arm? the rear where it screws into the black?
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Old 10-21-2005, 10:22 AM #12
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Pretty sure it is 10-32.
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Old 10-21-2005, 02:46 PM #13
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does anybody know the thread sizes on a spyder lpc
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Old 11-05-2005, 07:08 PM #15
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tap size for skinner noid screws?
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Old 11-06-2005, 11:33 AM #17
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is the 1.6mm for the spyder lpc or the soleniod screws?
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^ for skinner noid screws?
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1.6mm for Skinner solenoid screws.
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warped isnt there another number u need for taps? like i found something x 1.6mm?
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