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Old 02-23-2010, 03:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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After days at chopping away at my mag I finally got it to where I want it.

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ULE body trimmed on both ends
RT rail ULE'ed and shortened with a taper on the back
Y-frame with trimmed off front
Trigger milled down
Regulator removed off back and Sidewinder in its place

Just waiting on my reg cap to get here which will add a mere .25 inches to the back of the valve. The whole marker will measure almost exactly 7 inches from front to back and 8.5 inches from the top of the feedneck to the bottom of the cp asa. In other words it is tiny.

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Old 02-23-2010, 03:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Very nice looking, does it seal between the valve and the body or is there a gap there?

Can we get a few more photos?

And lastly are you gonna put a sub zero on there? That woudl also reduce the height quite a bit.
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Old 02-23-2010, 03:14 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks, I'm looking into some no-rise feednecks, sub-zero included. What do you mean by "Does it seal between the valve and the body"?
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I mean, is there any gap between the body and the valve when you look from the back toward the front?
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I mean, is there any gap between the body and the valve when you look from the back toward the front?
Yes it seals perfectly. Here's a few more pics:





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Funky. I dig it. Compared to a micro, this thing is micro.
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wait, you took the reg out of the valve? Thats pretty funky but I dig the mag!
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You'll have me beaten if it's gonna be less than 15.5" from barrel tip to the back of the tank.....
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You'll have me beaten if it's gonna be less than 15.5" from barrel tip to the back of the tank.....
Ha I guess it depends on what barrel tip I use. Can anyone beat 7 inches from front of rail to back of valve/reg?
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I'm interested to see how this runs.

I suspect you will lose recharge speed.
What pressure can that sidewinder go up to?
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