I´ve allready explained the QEV.
It serves as a vortex chamber.
Temperature is a big factor with CO2 pressure drop.Tire inflators generally use 16 gram bulbs so it should work better.
I have not considered an O-ring on this particular build.
The idea seems appealing, but it would suffer from wear a great deal.
Plus, I've never got it working properly in the first
@ Poland: I like the Skiff, but although the rotary magazine gives you a lot of shots, I's like it better if it had a conventional metal mag, holding less.
Like it's predecessors.
Just a matter of taste I guess.The gun itself is above average
The resin is setting as we speak ( I thought we only wrote?)
It will need a few more coats before it reaches it's final shape.
I perfected the trigger.I changed out the original spring in the valve for a weaker one to get smoother triggerpull, wich did wonders.
I inclosed the trigger-pivotpoint inbetween two square nuts , and it turns out there is NO room for it to rattle, yet it functions smoothly.
Curing one mayor disadvantage the Deathray had.Triggerpull was just a bit on he heavy side.
I also lodged a smaller pipe into the QEV outport, leading up to the elbow.This will lessen blowby in the "rise rube" causing it to feed faster and even more reliably.
I'm off for a long weekend holiday, so I'll get back to you guys some time next week.
edit: I drill holes in the barrel and put a sleeve over it, with wadding inside.Your post crossed mine, I was referring to the post before yours.