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RT, X Valve and Emag on/off pin lengths…

A customer asked about RT on/off pins today and I realized I didn’t know enough about the recommended lengths. I have several sizes inventoried but what size fits what?

Automag Rt on offs

Zoo on mcb writes in this thread:
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/air-gun-designs/51339-length-emag-rt-off-pin.html

emag on off

E-Mag:
On/Off pin: .712″ w/ brass top and double o-ring top.
.725″ w/ aluminum top and single o-ring top. 

rt on off

Retro Valve/X-Valve/Classic RT:
On/Off Pin: .750 inches “

RT on off with brass and aluminum top

I typically use a ULT instead of an RT on/off but from the threads linked to above and below most of the recommendations for the RT on/off are:
1. Start with a .750 stock RT on / off pins.
2. If you want more of a reative trigger than work your way down from the .750. Sand lightly since there and test often. If you do to far you have to scrap the pin and start off.
3. Don’t go less than .710 or you’re screwed.

Broken down Automag rt on off

More RT on off pins are availab here:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/automag/valve-parts/rt-parts.html

Good links I used as reference:
• RT / X on/off pin dimensions?
http://www.automags.org/forums/archive/index.php/t-256879.html

• Emag on off length?
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/air-gun-designs/51339-length-emag-rt-off-pin.html

• How to Rapidfire:
http://zakvetter.com/pages/paintballs/automag_info/rapidfire/how-to-rapidfire.html

• Getting RT response trigger working
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/air-gun-designs/247198-getting-mag-rt%3Dresponse-trigger-3.html

• RT on / off in a classic mag valve
http://www.automags.org/forums/showthread.php?267396-WTB-RT-pin-and-RT-bottom-to-complete-RT-on-off-valve-for-68-Classic-trigger-pull

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