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From: Will Montgomery <wsmontg5-at-netscape.net>
Subject: Re: .40 Cal gun testing
Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2002 18:54:44 -0500
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

Lief,

One problem I can think os is that a 24" barrel is way to long for the 
Stuart.

Will

liefg-at-juno.com wrote:

>I received my high volume poppet (MJV-2) valve in the mail today and hook
>it up to my .40 caliber test system.  The valve performed as hoped. 
>Using standard R/C warship combat CO2 components, this valve increased
>the effective range of the gun to 50-60 feet, with a maximum range of
>over 120 feet.  The test system is "standard" and has not been customized
>for performance and consists of the following:
>- standard Clippard 10/32 barb fittings with the urethane 3814-6 hose (-at-
>1/4" O.D.)
>- A 24" aluminum blow tube (I found some PVC tubing that actually works
>better)
>- A "Williams" brass regulator with a 150 PSI spring
>- A 12 gram CO2 cylinder with an adapter (my 9oz tank was empty)
>Note: I was NOT using an expansion chamber
>I will install a full R/C gun in my M5 or M8 this weekend and send
>photos!
>