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Thread: Spring recommendations? low velocity on full body FLE

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    They tend to run with tighter tolerances and lower clearances than other companies. I'm sure they'll get it sorted out.
    I'ma make it look sexy
    I work for the company building the Paragon...once we figure out a name

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBSteve View Post
    They tend to run with tighter tolerances and lower clearances than other companies. I'm sure they'll get it sorted out.
    yes, I just heard back from AKA and He's going to shave it down for me so it fits. I should be good go to soon.

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    I really need to get back into a cocker build. Good for the soul.
    I'ma make it look sexy
    I work for the company building the Paragon...once we figure out a name

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    ok, one more question. I got my 014 o-rings. they seem to work fine for the bolt tip but it looks like the other 2 o-rings on my inception bolt are a different size, larger ID and thinner. I put 014 on it just to see and it's a tight fit, the gun won't re cock with them even with my lpr turned up all the way. this is an inception fle. the stock o-rings whatever size they are fit just fine though, I just want to know what size they are if I ever need to replace them.


    Quote Originally Posted by PBSteve View Post
    I really need to get back into a cocker build. Good for the soul.
    it is, even when you have problems with a gun. it's always satisfying once you fix everything. my fle is so damn light, I want to get it up and running again.

  5. #15
    One thing you can do, because the bolts are supposed to be on the tighter side (better for not loosing air and gaining a positive seal) is to oil up the bolt orings and work them in a bit. This also helps with the bolt tip.

    The only bolt orings i have ever had to replace were the front most and maybe the tip. As long as they are not nicked, cut or damaged, they should last.

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