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Dec 16th 2017 DISCLAIMER: This video is meant for educational & documentary purposes only. All work on airguns and airgun accessories should be carried out by a proficient licensed professional. Hajimoto Productions Channel nor YouTube will be held liable for any injury or damage resulting from attempting to duplicate anything shown in this video. By viewing this video, you are acknowledging the contents of this disclaimer. Another segment of my Umarex Gauntlet series. This video walks you through how to test and adjust your regulator to achieve the performance the Gauntlet promised out of the box. I noticed that after I posted the video my maths were off by 0.010. The total amount of shim in my Gauntlet went from the stock 0.010 to 0.030. I added 0.020, not 0.030. I believe that If I did add the 0.030 my regulator would have gone to 1.5K. Just remember, less shim equals less pressure more shim equals higher pressure. My rifle with a 0.010 was only delivering 1065 PSI (1.06K after a final shim thickness of 0.030 I am getting 1325 PSI (1.3K) If after you build a solid reliable 2" gauge regulator tester like I did and your tank pressure is 3000 PSI and your gauge is showing 1050 or less you may need to adjust that regulators shims. You can always call Ray @ Ninja Paintball in the USA at 815-477-0007 ext 306. Just have your information handy of how you performed the test and what your test equipment is. Below are links to the shims I bought from McMaster-Carr which you can also order from Ninja Paintball (The Regulator Manufacturer) Shim, 0.005" Thick: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/970... Shim, 0.01" Thick: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/970... Shim, 0.02" Thick: https://www.mcmaster.com/#catalog/970... Below is the link to GTA forum post I referenced https://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/... Below is the link to the Official Ninja Regulator Adjustment Video referenced in my video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDmMx... [To build the Regulator Tester] I used my BSPP threaded gauge in the Slide check’s NPT threads using layers of Teflon tape to ensure a seal. I torqued the connection and ran with it as I anticipated the max pressure of 1250PSI and this technique would not be recommended for extreme pressures. Again it is important to be clear, BSPP and NPT are not compatible and I applied the “any port in a storm” rule in my application but I have provided the adapter link for a proper assembly. The ASA Tank Adapter (ebay Vendor) https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-CO2-ASA-... The Ninja Slide Check (ebay Vendor) https://www.ebay.com/itm/Ninja-Slide-... The Air Venturi Pressure 6000 PSI Gauge https://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/Air_Ve... Adapter for Gauge to Slide check (BSPP to NPT https://www.mcmaster.com/#4860k151/=1... https://hajimotoproductions.com **Airgun101.com is not responsible for any modifications suggested by any Creator. Use of these videos is entirely at your own risk.**

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