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  • #1978
    mjohnson6565
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    I am looking for information on the Blobnob valve. Such as what it does, price how to purchase etc. Thanks

    #37888
    walkonking
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    Have you tried PMing him here?

    #37890
    colinb
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    think your gonna have a bit of a wait tbh

    hes quite busy at the moment and theres a new project on the go 😉

    #37892
    mjohnson6565
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    I have tried to PM him several times put have yet to receive a response. I wasn’t sure if I was contacting the correct person or not but his being very busy with projects explains it. Thanks

    #37992
    blodnob
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    Sorry about that .
    I’m not getting any time in the garage due to work.
    I’m going to put every thing on hold till ive time to honour my comitments.
    Sorry to the gentlmen who have been waiting for bits to be made/finished/repaired, but i hardly see my my wife n daughters as it is.
    Its just a matter of prioritys.
    Reagards, Sean. 🙁

    #37994
    shadoh
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    quote :

    but i hardly see my my wife n daughters as it is.

    Cant they see you when they bring you food and water out to the shop?

    #38907
    savagesam
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    Someone please point me to a link to what this does.

    #38909
    teflontron
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    quote Shadoh:

    quote :

    but i hardly see my my wife n daughters as it is.

    Cant they see you when they bring you food and water out to the shop?

    😆

    #38977
    loftus
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    [quote=”blodnob”]Sorry about that .
    I’m not getting any time in the garage due to work.
    I’m going to put every thing on hold till ive time to honour my comitments.
    Sorry to the gentlmen who have been waiting for bits to be made/finished/repaired, but i hardly see my my wife n daughters as it is.
    Its just a matter of prioritys.
    Reagards, Sean. :([/quote]

    a gentleman and a scholar

    #39905
    savagesam
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    quote SAVAGESAM:

    Someone please point me to a link to what this does.

    Where can I find more info?

    #39906
    daved
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    quote SAVAGESAM:

    quote SAVAGESAM:

    Someone please point me to a link to what this does.

    Where can I find more info?

    I’ve got one, Sam, and what it does is kick ass :-)! Sean (Blodnob) has them set up with different sized inserts for the top hat, it’s just one more way to tailor the air flow. With one of these valves, you can realistically duplicate (or better!) the performance of all three Air Force valves, from the Micrometer to the Condor. It’s more robust than the stock AF valves IMO, and flows better. I think it’s worth every penny, and Sean is a great guy to deal with, although like all of us, his real life gets in the way of our air guns :-). I think one of his valves would be the perfect choice for a .25, and he’s made valves for big bores. Just for grins, awhile back, I decided to see just how fast I could go. With a 24″ .22 barrel, and 28 gr. EJ’s, I had several shots in excess of 1400 fps, and a couple over 1500. And that was with a 75 gm. hammer and stock spring. I could probably have gone faster with the 110 gm hammer and different spring, but who cares? My main limit is pellets, there’s not much choice past the EJ’s, and what there is is ridiculously expensive. And besides, if I really need that much power, .22 rimfires are cheaper and quieter. Anyway, hope that answers your questions, and if you want more info, you know how to reach me. Later.

    Dave

    #39913
    bikincrazy52
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    How much does one of his valves cost?

    #39917
    walkonking
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    Blodnob is one of our Golden Boys. I suggest if you want one of his valve get on the list.

    His work is great…as we all have seen.

    #40150
    saugus18
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    How would this valve work with stock hammer/spring, (if at all) on a TSS And if it does work like that, what would the performance increase be, and how much would the shot count be effected?

    #43732
    voltar-1
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    quote daved:

    quote SAVAGESAM:

    quote SAVAGESAM:

    Someone please point me to a link to what this does.

    Where can I find more info?

    I’ve got one, Sam, and what it does is kick ass :-)! Sean (Blodnob) has them set up with different sized inserts for the top hat, it’s just one more way to tailor the air flow. With one of these valves, you can realistically duplicate (or better!) the performance of all three Air Force valves, from the Micrometer to the Condor. It’s more robust than the stock AF valves IMO, and flows better. I think it’s worth every penny, and Sean is a great guy to deal with, although like all of us, his real life gets in the way of our air guns :-). I think one of his valves would be the perfect choice for a .25, and he’s made valves for big bores. Just for grins, awhile back, I decided to see just how fast I could go. With a 24″ .22 barrel, and 28 gr. EJ’s, I had several shots in excess of 1400 fps, and a couple over 1500. And that was with a 75 gm. hammer and stock spring. I could probably have gone faster with the 110 gm hammer and different spring, but who cares? My main limit is pellets, there’s not much choice past the EJ’s, and what there is is ridiculously expensive. And besides, if I really need that much power, .22 rimfires are cheaper and quieter. Anyway, hope that answers your questions, and if you want more info, you know how to reach me. Later.

    Dave

    Dave, any chance you would say how you achieve those speeds?
    Using Helium? overpressuring the tank?
    How much air per shot?

    This came up over in the 22lr vs 22air thread.

    I am unaware of anyone making a 40 grain .22 bullet go 1100fps on air

    Have you tried that yet? If you would be so kind as to load two 21 grain Kodiaks and give us a fps reading I for one will be forever grateful 🙂

    Walter….

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