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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 2:09 pm 
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I think the spring will put too much pressure on it over time and slowly wear down the bond strength around the penny, because of the helical force of the spring. the hole in the piston will create more volume too and less compression, lowering your potential fps maximization.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 2:23 pm 
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I know that it works a bit for you, I see that. It does look a bit leaky though as I see from the obvious black burnt lube and it escaping a bit from the center indent? in the middle of the penny .. but I would just plug the hole and call it a day, besides do you really want to fowl up the gun inside with that much pressure and a small leak. You will be dieseling allot with higher pressures because you basically have yourself a front door thats open to inside the piston and spring slowly letting in burnt residue, fowling up the piston skirts and spring. .. after awhile


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 2:52 pm 
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All you need to get the job done and am sure you have a Dollarama in your town someplace or nearby ...


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 2:54 pm 
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All you need to get the job done and am sure you have a Dollarama in your town someplace or nearby ...


Yeah and a brand new tube of JB weld sitting in the drawer. Guns up forsale anyway. Easier to sell non PAL airguns.


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niblixdark wrote:
All you need to get the job done and am sure you have a Dollarama in your town someplace or nearby ...


Yeah and a brand new tube of JB weld sitting in the drawer. Guns up forsale anyway. Easier to sell non PAL airguns.


Fair enough I suppose, just trying to help you sort it out fast and efficiently as possible, your call bud.


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PostPosted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 3:30 pm 
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leadslinger wrote:
niblixdark wrote:
All you need to get the job done and am sure you have a Dollarama in your town someplace or nearby ...


Yeah and a brand new tube of JB weld sitting in the drawer. Guns up forsale anyway. Easier to sell non PAL airguns.


Fair enough I suppose, just trying to help you sort it out fast and efficiently as possible, your call bud.


Thanks. I already knew about using JB weld for blocking relief hole. But I wanted something non permanent.


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Well you could always get a small drill bit and drill the hardened resin out then clean it up with brake cleaner after when you want to sell it.


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