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Old 10-04-2012, 01:33 AM   #1 (permalink)
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detent in a razorback 2

I have a Razorback II I would like to have a detent put in. I would prefer to have it hidden but not sure how much trouble it would be being a uni-body.
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Old 10-08-2012, 10:00 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You might want to talk to Have Blue on this.
He offers the detent mod for Phantom bodys.

ASP Online Store: ASP Phantom Detent Modification

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Old 10-09-2012, 02:22 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I have and he didn't think it would work. I'll just deal with it and if its too troublesome I'll use the trracer I picked up super cheap over the weekend. Still I love my razorback.... it's soo loud.
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I have been thinking of doing this to my blackhawk and what i have been thinking of doing is putting in a pair of autococker detents. you know the ones that look like a brass bolt on top and have a ballbearing on bottom and are all-in-one. One for double feed and one for rollouts. It would be as simple as drill the right size of hole, tap the right thread and screw it in, but i do not know what the thread size is. if anyone could tel me i would appreciate it. they might allso need to be countersunk givven how thick the body is, 1"od
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there was a thread discussing this just a short while ago.
I used a cocker detent.
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/a...y-img_0928.jpg

It wont work in all razorbacks, depends on the pump handle arm lengths.
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Only thing is that seems to prevents rollouts but not double feeding. Which is a bigger issue for me than rollout. I ended up dremeling a trracer spring detent in mine.
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After you mentioned double feeding it got me thinking that I wanted to add that to my Razorback to.
I used a Spyder detent nipple. drilled a slotted hole in the body, just next to and ahead of the front frame screw hole. counter sunk for the mid section of the detent, then put a recessed hole in the frame for the head of the detent.
It came out nice (sorry no pics, I was to excited to put it back together)

You need a slotted hole so the tip has a place to bend over into, otherwise it will get sliced off. I may go back and add a slot to the bolt for when it sits un cocked to avoid having the detent bent over for long periods of time.

there is just enough room in the corner of the frame for the head of the detent.

Now I have an anti-double and anti roll-out Razorback
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Old 01-13-2013, 09:08 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Very nice. Might have to look into that if another razorback ends up in my possession. Honestly, I haven't seen many of them lately.
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