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|02-02-2012, 11:46 PM||#43 (permalink)|
It's definitely something I would like to do. But it's not something I've done already.
Anyone who's interested; if you pony up shipping to me, I'll pony up return shipping if it cannot be done.
|02-08-2012, 01:36 PM||#46 (permalink)|
Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Southeast Michigan
OK, but only because I'm putting off homework.
Edit: actually I'm putting off finishing up my PA School app...but it will be done today so no biggie.
Here's the gun. The bloodsucker was the gun that got me into pump play, so this has been my "never gonna sell" gun for years. I'm trying to figure out what to do with it...the plan right now is:
-Better freak front (longer) with rain cover. The one on there was a junked one, I just wanted to see if I could add porting and still have a good bore.
-New grip. The m16 one shifts when you pump, no matter how tightly I crank it down. That's a wintec slider frame on there, so I am going to look and see if I could rig a cocker slider 45 frame on it. Might be do able, as the frame is three pieces (rail, frame, and grip). Need to take measurements though.
-Stabilizer mounted to the stock with a 3.5oz or 13ci tank. Probably 3.5 because I already have one.
-Tuning for nothing but quiet operation. Need to do research on how to do that for a nelson. I don't care how efficient it is, this is my "see how quiet I can make it" gun.
-If all goes well down the line I will send it out for anno or a cerakote.. I really like the stuff that VooDoo does. If I finish this project, a new finish is the reward!
Anyways, here are the pics. Thanks for the re-thread, without it this project would not be nearly as cool!
Those are the best pics I could get of the threads. I am no machinist, but the threads and work are all very clean and look expertly cut. The barrel threads in perfectly, lines up perfectly, and most importantly shoots great!
Sorry for the long post but I love this gun and Chris does great work.
Last edited by Boone; 02-08-2012 at 02:19 PM.
|02-11-2012, 10:25 PM||#47 (permalink)|
Don't forget to check out my "rethreaded" freak backs. They're a little longer, and accept any old autococker barrel... Which opens up one-piece carbon fiber barrels for your raincover project.
A second batch will be available shortly!
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