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Old 12-31-2012, 07:43 PM   #31 (permalink)
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You will get around 100 shots from a 13/3000 tank. Maybe a few more, but 100 is a good number.

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Brass Freak compatible and Equation inserts in .665, .670, .675, .678, .680 and .685

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.665 = 0, .670 = 16, .675 = 3, .678 = 4, .680 = 4, .682 = 4, .685 = 11

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I normally carry 8 tubes, so perfect for those rec games.
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Old 01-01-2013, 05:17 PM   #33 (permalink)
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That came out pretty low-profile.

You know the other option would have been to make something like the old sight rails:



That way you can slide it on and off; just need to find a way to lock it in place.

In fact now that I think about it, a sheet of kydex and a welded nub on the body would probably be all you needed.
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Old 01-01-2013, 05:38 PM   #34 (permalink)
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That does sound like a more efficient plan, and sturdier. I'm afraid this will pop off while travelling to the field. I'm investing in a case to prevent that. ...hopefully.

I can always try something else when this fails. If the rail is interchangeable with weaver (?) I could also use the Trracer stock/spring feed.
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Another question about springfeeds...are there any designed to be placed inside a cram and jam, or other 7/8" fitting? The 7/8" copper pipe is an equal size, so that wont fit.
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:02 AM   #36 (permalink)
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the bt sa-17 will fit in the AGD warp hose adapter very snug if you replace the 2 o-rings with thicker OD o-rings...they dont move and are not very easy to take off so no wobble at all:



and now the BT feed adapters that came with them are parts that wont be used if anyone can use em lemme kno:



both are brand new
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I have a stock class version of that tube, and it's too large for the feedgate I used.

Good information for a second attempt though. Thanks.
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I have a stock class version of that tube, and it's too large for the feedgate I used.

Good information for a second attempt though. Thanks.
any pics? which feed gate did you use?
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I used a phantom feedgate, slightly under 7/8ths, I believe.

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I used a phantom feedgate, slightly under 7/8ths, I believe.

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maybe using the other warp hose adapter with the skinnier end would work for ya? it would be like a reducing coupler?
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