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Old 09-21-2013, 10:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Nightmare SB Comp Custom Work

So I've got a Nightmare SC Comp that I want to do some interesting work on, any airsmiths out there interested?

It is missing a feedneck but I had some ideas about chopping out a bit more of the hole that the feedneck used to be in and creating a breech drop for First Strikes, and also some sort of front loadable 10 round spring feed. Or some sort of stock class option, preferable with a spring as I don't relish the thought of rocking a gun back as far as I need to to load paint currently. No idea if any of it is feasible, but I'd love to see one of the uber-awesome-airsmiths on MCB take a shot at it and make me the coolest, prettiest Nightmare in town.
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Old 10-02-2013, 01:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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brass or aluminum body might make a difference as to who might take it on. If it's a brass body maybe talk to Walz and see if he has time.
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Meh I've already had a Palmerized PMI-II that I rocked back. I guess I'll probably get used to it again, maybe the spring feed is not necessary.

However I do really want it to be First Strike capable. I have a fantasy of me slinging a Nightmare with a tube of First Strikes attached to it while I am carrying my normal S5 for regular rounds.

MaD, what's the easiest way to tell if its aluminum or brass? I've considered contacting Walz, maybe I'll shoot him a PM.
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