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PaintballinFatty 02-04-2011 12:21 PM

Goblin Deuce
 
hey i was wondering if any of the airsmiths on MCB can thread the goblin deuce barrels to except barrel extensions preferably autococker.

3L1te hax 02-04-2011 12:32 PM

Can you ask this in perhaps a month? i'm about to try and do it on my own and i want to be the first ;)

everything is arriving next week so if you want i could see how it all measures up to save one of the airsmiths some time?

good luck with your search, Dom

PaintballinFatty 02-04-2011 12:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 3L1te hax (Post 1674584)
Can you ask this in perhaps a month? i'm about to try and do it on my own and i want to be the first ;)

everything is arriving next week so if you want i could see how it all measures up to save one of the airsmiths some time?

good luck with your search, Dom

kool let me know how it works and post some pics!

Teek 02-04-2011 12:51 PM

isnt the goblin barrels integrated with the plastic green shotgun shells? those casings are already under-boring from what I understand

JeramieJ 02-04-2011 04:13 PM

Someone brought this up last fall, when the new Goblin version was released. Not sure if the idea went any further.

http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/a...threading.html

I like the idea of brass barrels......maybe 8".

3L1te hax 02-04-2011 06:17 PM

i was going to go unported 12" .. leading to a barrel length of around "14 i think :S Which is authentic for sawn off shotguns, and is the optimum barrel length (IMO)

I'm also adding my own stock which will be a cut down rifle stock.

I will post a whole thing about it, in hte customs section when stuff arrives and what not..

As soon as it arrives, it should be tapped by the end of that week latest ;) i get as many lunchtimes ( around 1 hour) as i want in the work shop. and once i get measurements done it should be 1 hour max anyways :D its all just setting up the lathe


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