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Heh, wow. Thats 2 times in my entire life I have seen that. Basically, the screw is there so you can mount a dial to see what you are running at psi. Since its after the inline reg, and attatched to the valve chamber, its at the same pressure that the gun is at, and of course what is going into the LP reg. SO, the only thing I can think of is double reging what is going into the ram?
 

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yea, i tried unscrewing mine and i cant even get it off, i wanted to put a guage there. I bet that owner glued it in!:rolleyes:


anyone got a free front block i could have???? I'll send you $10!!
 

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Dude, its loc-tited, they all come that way from the factory. Use a hair-dryer to losin the loctite. It is a pretty hard screw to get out. Give it some muscle.
 

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thats a PGI Osiris Cocker IIRC. Uses pneumatics for the cocking and the sear dropping processes.
 

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So is there mirco tubes that go to a like split so that the 2 regs can connect to the middle one??? or are the holes blocked??
 

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ya know what would be cool?
Having one LPR for each Ram input hole- so one LPR for pushing the block back, and one for the opposite. impossible... but it's a cool idea. wud need 2 seperate acuator rods.
 
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