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At 04:21 PM 7/31/2003 +0800, "Steve Tyng" <stevet-at-stcharlesmd.com> wrote:
>That side feed on the GT. When removed, is the opening in the gun
>machined at a straight 90degress from vertical or is it slanted a
>little? Also, how is the feed attached to the marker.
When the GT-2000 is operated in its normal upright orientation,
the breech opening is a horizontal hole in the right side of the
barrel. A plug in the bottom of the vertical feed tube has a 45
degree bevel that channels balls into the horizontal breech hole.
I use my GT-2000 laying on its left side so the breech opening
is straight up.
The feed tube was attached by two M4 (or M5 ?) screws.
I use them to attach my feeder adapter. I am currently
redesigning my ball feed (fifth version) but I will try to take a
couple pictures of the old feeder. In the interim, I have
attached two old photos that show my 3 ball manual feed
tube used for bench testing the gun.
The GTVe is the same gun as the GTV1 but with a different
handle. GTV1 schematics, specs and animation are available
at http://www.gt-2000.com/ .
The GT-2000 has a 1/8 NPT hose adapter. However I believe that
the GTV1 and GTVe have an adapter for an expansion chamber.
You can send an Email to Doug Brown who designed the guns
to ask about the CO2 adapter connection. He usually replies quickly.
Several months ago I asked Doug Brown about the electronic
trigger frame. Specifically I asked if it had a setting for multiple
shots per trigger pull or a setting for fully automatic operation. He
said that it could only do single shots but was capable of 10 shots
Lastly, you can buy repair parts for the GT guns from the link cited
2378 Nantucket Circle, State College, PA 16803