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MROD GEN2 DISASSEMBLY/REASSEMBLY JSAR ALUMINUM AIR CYLINDER

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Hajimoto:

--- Quote from: triggertreat on February 20, 2018, 02:55:36 AM ---Well done Haji!  We now have an updated Gen II R&R video we can refer the newbs to when needed.  We use to have to refer them to the Gen I videos.

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I agree, I needed to have a video to refer to  ;D
Thanks for the kind words.


--- Quote from: oldpro on February 20, 2018, 02:56:21 AM ---Thatís how they do it in the big city. Well done. Talk about a sticky this is one.

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Thanks Trav, Sticky? H3LL nailed maybe??  ;D



--- Quote from: lennyk on February 20, 2018, 05:59:02 AM ---excellent complete video

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Donkey Shins man  <I failed miserably in my foreign language classes German> ;D



--- Quote from: FuzzyGrub on February 20, 2018, 08:29:07 AM ---One of the most meticulous dis-assembly/assembly videos I have ever seen.  I like how you repeatedly checked for air pressure, and de-gassed multiple times.  Perfect training for the newbie. 

The JSA air tube, without the gauge hole, will need a vent hole since you are using a regulator.  That doesn't take anything away from the video, but will need to be done to prevent regulator creep.

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Thank you for the kind words, I really appreciate it. As for the Huma regulator vent hole, you may have missed it but please refer to the video at 29:26  ;)



--- Quote from: avator on February 20, 2018, 08:39:49 AM ---Well done Haj..
The light tube is on my to do list. Your video is done in a way that I won't need to refer back to it when I install mine. It's not all jumbled up with useless info so key steps can be remembered and focused on.
Thank you and JSAR.

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I wish I would have known you were going to be upgrading yours, I would have had you do mine too! ;)
Thank you for the kind words.


PCPhack:
I only had time to skip around it, but it looks very good. I did skip towards the end and noticed the warning about dry firing a SS valve, but I believe that the wording will easily mislead a new user to actually dry fire it. You say to not dry fire it without pressure, but a new user may not equate that to the backpressure from a loaded pellet. They may think that they are fine because there is pressure in the tank, and proceed to dry fire it. I would suggest a more clear text there.

Hajimoto:

--- Quote from: PCPhack on February 20, 2018, 09:24:30 AM ---I only had time to skip around it, but it looks very good. I did skip towards the end and noticed the warning about dry firing a SS valve, but I believe that the wording will easily mislead a new user to actually dry fire it. You say to not dry fire it without pressure, but a new user may not equate that to the backpressure from a loaded pellet. They may think that they are fine because there is pressure in the tank, and proceed to dry fire it. I would suggest a more clear text there.

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If a new user understands it as you have written it, they would be correct, you NEVER want to have the hammer slam into the valve without pressure in the cylinder.

ezman604:
Most excellent video Haj and many thanks for sharing!!!
Yep...it's now nailed...er...stickied.
:)

PCPhack:

--- Quote from: Hajimoto on February 20, 2018, 09:38:17 AM ---
--- Quote from: PCPhack on February 20, 2018, 09:24:30 AM ---I only had time to skip around it, but it looks very good. I did skip towards the end and noticed the warning about dry firing a SS valve, but I believe that the wording will easily mislead a new user to actually dry fire it. You say to not dry fire it without pressure, but a new user may not equate that to the backpressure from a loaded pellet. They may think that they are fine because there is pressure in the tank, and proceed to dry fire it. I would suggest a more clear text there.

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If a new user understands it as you have written it, they would be correct, you NEVER want to have the hammer slam into the valve without pressure in the cylinder.

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I understood that the SS should not be dry fired period, meaning do not fire it without a pellet loaded. However, that is exactly what you do in the video, which is wrong for the SS. I hope that Travis will comment. If I am wrong, then great, I learned something.

As I have understood it: Do NOT fire the SS valve without a pellet loaded.
As you described it: Do NOT fire the SS valve without pressure in the tank.

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