Originally Posted by Wycke
Impressive. But, good in the staging area is one thing. Good in the field...that's something else.
Are you para phrasing Han Solo?
The lever is fabricated through use of a welder. The stock is carved from a Brazilian wood that is so hard that is sinks in water like a stone. I consider this early creation a bit crude since I made it when I was just a kid with little more than a Dremel. It even sports the prototype Thadadapter or Thadapter(which is also crude).
Despite Drum's assumption, no, I don't need a spring to feed paint and shoot one handed.
So yes, "Good in the field".