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Nuwwave
07-07-2007, 09:32 AM
Does anyone know ow exactly the ACS works on a Pilot?

Solar
07-07-2007, 09:44 AM
The "ACS" reffers to the type of bolt that is in the gun. The bolt has a spring in it that lighter then the main spring of the gun. When there is a blockage (ie paintball) in the way the spring in the ACS bolt compresses (therefore not breaking the ball or "chopping") and the striker never hits the valve pin inside. This causes the gun to uncock.

So when the gun uncocks or rather doesn't recock, you know the ACS worked.

Kenny_McCormic
07-07-2007, 10:08 AM
The "ACS" reffers to the type of bolt that is in the gun. The bolt has a spring in it that lighter then the main spring of the gun. When there is a blockage (ie paintball) in the way the spring in the ACS bolt compresses (therefore not breaking the ball or "chopping") and the striker never hits the valve pin inside. This causes the gun to uncock.

So when the gun uncocks or rather doesn't recock, you know the ACS worked.

When its broken in the acs will recock

shunut
07-07-2007, 11:32 AM
:yeahthat:

I had an ACS on my TLX and I know that it jammed up a couple times, never decocked though.