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Old 09-06-2007, 02:04 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Allright, I've added Docs stuff and what's posted... Are F1 threaded guns known as F1 threads?
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Old 09-06-2007, 02:38 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Might I add Montneel was slip / pin fit... didnt LineSI pumps use that as well?

Also similar to that was the Phoenix.

And ICD had a different threading for the Panther than they did for the Puma, Fox and other cats in the series.
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Old 09-06-2007, 02:40 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Maybe we need an "OddBall" group?

Also, Azzy, is this sticky-worthy?
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Might I add Montneel was slip / pin fit... didnt LineSI pumps use that as well?

Also similar to that was the Phoenix.

And ICD had a different threading for the Panther than they did for the Puma, Fox and other cats in the series.
Line SI and Montneel are compatible, I would call it slip fit with screw retention slot as the mechanism.

I thought this thread was going to be more on the actual threading measurements as well.
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I thought this thread was going to be more on the actual threading measurements as well.
It's a work in progress Got some measurements?
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Old 09-06-2007, 03:01 PM   #17 (permalink)
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Oh, well I started it this morning and I've been at work since, but I've been hunting both the outdated Docs Machine guide, as well as Palmers Spec listings. At some point I've like pictures, but I don't own barrels in all of these threads!

If it gets stickied, it'll probably get more hits and recieve more facts.

The inspiration behind this was my complete and utter innability to find the thread type of the Gen5 RAP4 T68 M18... Between PbN, Trinity, and RAP4s website I couldn't get a straight answer.

I hope this helps people
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Under Autococker threading, you can add B2Ks and BKOs made in 2004 or later, as well as the ICD Promaster and Freestyle (I think). They switched to AC threads sometime during the 2003 production run, so there are some 2003 models (usually denoted as "2003.5") which are AC threaded rather than ICD threaded, but they're rare enough that it's barely worth mentioning.
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At this point, I think "Slip Fit" should NOT be its own catagory, since the main purpose of this thread would be as a cross-reference resource?

So, I'd suggest grouping the compatable slip-fits into its representative herarchy, using the name of the first example of the type.

We can also have a upper heirarchy of "Threaded", "Slip fit", "Twistlock", etc. The Vector is an oddball there.

LINE-SI Slipfit:
Line SI Bushmaster Pumps
Montneel Icon-Z 1/2/3/R (tapered breech)
Montneel Mega-Z (tapered, and holes instead of slot)
Checkmate
Falcon
AK1 Avenger

SL-68 Slipfit:
SL-68
SL-68II
68-Special

Stingray Slipfit:
Stingray 1
Stingray 2

Daystate Twistlock:
Patriot
Sam Patriot
EA Patriot

Burgfield threaded:
Safari (fewer threads)
Blacknight

Boxer Threaded (Same as F-1?):
Boxer
NPS Icon
Medusa

USI Threading:
USI Elliminator
USI Mustang
SafeT Machofire
other USI guns?

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