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    Guts of an as-20

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    Calico

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    Guts of an as-20

    Post  Calico on Mon Sep 12, 2011 12:45 pm

    Just for interest sake here is a pic of an internal shot from my as-20. Its very simple as far as layout goes. One thing to note when putting it back together is the clear tube that runs over the spring valve has 2 little locating nobs that need to sit in their given location or the shell wont clip back together.



    Also as a side note these guns work at around 40-45psi, They do have an OP valve, I dont recommend blocking this as without a gauge its gunna go bang.
    OP valve is to the right of the trigger.
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    Unknown

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    Re: Guts of an as-20

    Post  Unknown on Mon Sep 12, 2011 12:52 pm

    If an Admin or Mod could edit this to fit the internals directory requirements I'll update is ASAP.

    @Anyone who wan't to help out:

    If you have a blaster not listed here please take some photo's -> http://www.oznerf.com/t3561-internals-directory-v20#63680

    It must be posted in the reviews section, be of good quality and include a link back to the directory.

    Thanks,
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    Calico

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    Re: Guts of an as-20

    Post  Calico on Mon Sep 12, 2011 1:44 pm

    ooops sorry, overlooked the sticky. My bad.
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    Jeo

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    Re: Guts of an as-20

    Post  Jeo on Tue Sep 13, 2011 9:33 am

    I started modding my Rapidfire the other day and noticed that we didn't have internal pictures here yet, but byt he time I upload them we do!

    I'll leave my photos here anyway...

    So to kick off with, we have an AS-20.


    Removed the outer shell.


    Removed the inner shell.


    Close up of valves.

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