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Custom Brass Eagle Talon

10 July 2009 - 01:50 PM

But you said it was plastic.....?

brass eagle 12 gram co2 puncture screw thing ha. Im not sure what you would call it, Its the black plastic thing

?? which peace are you talking about the black peace that you screw in under the 12 gram is plastic, I thought you ment the peace that punctures the 12 gram on the powertube that is metal.

I meant the cap that when you screw it in, it forces the 12 gram up and punctures it.

oh ok that is plastic :D

i want to see a vid of it damn it :)

LMAO I will try to get a video of it when I finish, im going to try to use my parents sony HD camcorder so I can put it on
youtube in HD. I think I will be able to do it so keep praying :ph34r:

edit: sorry for not updateing yesterday I will try to update today, family came to visit and havent had time to upload pictures.

Offical Tippmann A-5 How To

04 October 2008 - 03:49 PM

Offical Tippmann A-5 How To

This thread is deticated to paintballer's that want to learn about the tippmann A-5. The thread will be a list of compiled informational tutorials that will guide you through the process of doing anything from maintenance to polishing the internals and what the best way is to do
these simple tasks to the Tippmann A-5.

Tippmann's Phone Number-1-800-533-4831

How To disassemble and Lube A Cyclone Feed

The Tippmann A-5 comes right out of the box with
a cyclone feed system. Every once and awhile you will
need to disassemble and lube it to keep it from
possibly wearing out and breaking.
This is very simple to do and takes
less than fifteen minuites to complete and can save you
from a lot of problems in the future. No one want to go drive
to a paintball field, pay the entry fee, get some air and paint and
then find out that you cyclone feed or marker is not working right.

Tools Needed- Phillips and Flathead Screwdriver with some Hoppes 9 oil
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Step #1.
Get your cyclone feed and your phillips screwdriver, look into the top of the cyclone and
unscrew the black phillips screw along with the silver washer. Once you have unscrewed the
phillips screw along with the washer you can take the upper and lower set of cyclone paddles out with your fingers.

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Step #2.
Now flip your cyclone feed over, you should see four (4) black phillips screws holding on to the bottem plate of the
cyclone feeder housing. Unscrew all four of the black screws with your phillips screwdriver.
They should come out just as easy as the cyclone paddle screw. Now that you have all the screws out you can lift the
bottem plate off of the cyclone housing with your fingers.

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