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Palmer’s Classic Brass Rock Regulator roll pin replacement

In this quick tutorial I┬áremove and install new roll pins into the brass body of a classic Brass Palmer’s Pursuit Shop Autococker Low Pressure Regulator. These pins don’t often get lost but I have received several Strokers, Typhoons, and Autococker LPR’s with the roll pins missing to begin with so it’s helpful to have a couple on hand. And when you do disassembly these regulators they can easily get lost.

This pins are only needed on classic BRASS rock regulators and older Typhoons, stokers and I imagine hurricanes.

Find the Roll pins here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/aut1494.html

And more Palmer’s pneumatic parts for autocockers here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/autococker-parts/specific-manufacturer-aftermarker-autococker-parts-1/palmers.html

Find more classic paintball technical and product videos view this playlist:
http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfU0nPMPDG9ueQ2f3_h973nF

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