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Old 08-02-2006, 02:41 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just to tease you, I'll say that he made Supermag a lot more super...



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Old 08-02-2006, 02:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Well, the gun is staying all mechanical...

and Claudio says it's very easy to walk the trigger should you want to.

He put a pneumatic trigger system into it. This was always the gun I brought out to play speedball with, and now it looks like I'll be able to "throw ropes" if strictly necessary.

To be honest, I never really felt the need to have a higher rate of fire with it. It's just that I'm a hopeless tinker nerd and there wasn't really anything else that I could do to it.
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The suspense is killing me.

I don't think I was this excited about getting my first Blazer. :P
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lol i guess i better ship it out then lol
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Hardly any visible difference. The rock regulator is riding side-saddle. Aside from that everything is going on inside the frame. I may still be able to adjust the trigger to a shorter throw, but it is 100% walkable at this point.

I also put a Doc Nickle Mag/Cocker barrel adapter and a brass Palmer Cocker barrel on there, so it's fast AND accurate.

All in all I'm QUITE happy with the job.
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Old 08-08-2006, 07:50 PM   #10 (permalink)
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I knew it! Mags are all the rage right now... especially pneumags. I don't care for the aesthetics of several of the parts, but as a whole, that thing is astounding! Of course, the UMF steals the show. I'd love to have one on my yet future mag. The only thing I'd change is the location of the lpr. I like the ones mounted to the front of the vert asa, and perhaps a different foregrip. Looks good!
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