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XRV and its possibilities

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Unread postAuthor: 30cal man » Sat Jun 20, 2009 11:55 pm

Hello i am new t the forums well as a member. I have actully been visiting these forums since there were two the spudfiles one and the spudtech forum. I finally decided to join anyhow i was watching a video on youtube a guy made what he calls an Xplosive Release Valve which i thought was a very simple and interesting idea anyone thought about taking this mechanism to the next level like a semi auto of some sort. heres a link to the youtube video i found encase you may not have seen it.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qf4t9EnXxrs


oh and i would also like to take the time to ask anyone if they have heard anything on the AJAX automatic airgun or maybe they found out what or how it works
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Unread postAuthor: inonickname » Sun Jun 21, 2009 12:02 am

The XRV has been brought up numerous times here. While it's a good beginning point it's really just a manual hammer valve; i.e. poor flow and low opening times. It isn't "explosive"- especially compared to a piston or burst disk.

It could be adapted to a semi-automatic valve (and opening times improved) by adding a reciprocating hammer; eg. solenoid. With an electronically controlled solenoid there would definitely be full auto potential.

And about the AJAX airgun, there has been discussion about it and several members have e-mailed him about the workings but have had no response. There's not really any info on the subject.

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Unread postAuthor: 30cal man » Sun Jun 21, 2009 12:08 am

thanks for the welcome i emailed SAGE aswell about the AJAX with no response other then i will get another email when it is released disapointing to say the least i can see some parts of the ajax as the shroud of the reciever seems to be a bleach or toilet bowl cleaner bottle as the air chamber seems to be a 2 or 3l bottle and i think i see a copenhagen can too

asfar as the XRV i was wondering if it could be scaled up for more power does anyone have a nice blowforward bolt for a .177 or .22 caliber system that dosent severly bottleneck flow
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Unread postAuthor: THUNDERLORD » Sun Jun 21, 2009 1:23 am

... the shroud of the reciever seems to be a bleach or toilet bowl cleaner bottle as the air chamber...


Maybe Ajax brand? IDK seems likely for some reason... :roll:

... asfar as the XRV i was wondering if it could be scaled up for more power does anyone have a nice blowforward bolt for a .177 or .22 caliber system that dosent severly bottleneck flow


I like this one of JSR's for .177 or .22 cal.
Seems like it could have similar or better performance than a production airgun. I had mentioned an idea to mount the spring externally (maybe in a shroud like a flash suppressor at the muzzle) and have the entire barrel move rather than the bolt. The trigger would simply latch to the barrel.
There it is:Image

One of my favorites. Although I'm sluggishly working on a .375 blow-forward bolt, with a piston valve, high pressure design myself now.

I liked the design in the vid, The guys accent was cool, and the speed he speaks in. Enjoyable vid. Thanks!
Anyway, welcome to SF's.
I used to lurk on spudtech myself also, then after being away it was gone. Luckily, I noticed a few of the designs on here and eventually signed up too. 8)
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