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Thread: New Cocker Owner Questions. Got any?

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    I have been trying to write this article, and it keeps sliding farther and farther into the advanced tech side of things.

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    i feel ya i do that all the time

    just gotta do a simple timing and sweet spoting, with buttload of Endnotes!
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    velocity adjustments
    LPR settings
    regulator adjustments
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    this would prob be more advanced, but i would like to see someone walk through springing a marker for a lighter trigger pull.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xxdabroxx View Post
    this would prob be more advanced, but i would like to see someone walk through springing a marker for a lighter trigger pull.
    ya, I would like that one two

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    I keep seeing reference to QEVs and MQ2 ... what are these items and what would be the advantage/disadvantage of having them on my autococker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeagleGuy78 View Post
    I keep seeing reference to QEVs and MQ2 ... what are these items and what would be the advantage/disadvantage of having them on my autococker?
    The QEVs I already covered, but more recently than this thread.

    An mQ, mQ1, or mQ2 is an electronically controlled valve system that replaces the entire lower tube of the gun. Here's an article on how it works. As for why you would want one, there's two options:
    It allows for a very low cocking pressure, since the hammer, and main spring is removed from the lower tube, and that can give the gun a much, much smoother cycle.
    Or
    It can also allow the gun to cycle faster because there isn't a main spring to be compressed by the ram.
    It's also got a slightly different feel to the cycle of the gun, less chunky, even when you're going for speed.

    But, like the QEVs, both of those are a trade off. If you want a smooth cycle, you aren't going to be shooting blazingly fast, and if you want blazing speed, you aren't going to be able to have the smoothest cycle you could.

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    Take a look at Ravi Chopra's old timing article. It was a good roadmap. I actually knew how to time a cocker before I picked one up because I read that article so much.

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