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smiffington 12-10-2012 01:15 AM

12 gram changer T stock?
 
For a setup I am formulating, I need a T-stock that screws into an ASA and takes 12 grams. The exact same thing as a micro ca 2 essentially. I am aware of this one and the six pack... but I need one and these only come up once every two years. And I can only budget out about 30-40$ for it.

Does anyone know of a cheaper newer version of this? Or something that would work in lieu of one that is commonly available? Google reveals nothing on this matter to me. :bang:

I have a 12 gram changer similar to a CCI one, has anyone tried converting one of these into a stock? If so, could you tell me how or give me a link? :old:

Many thanks! :bowdown

heinous 12-10-2012 01:23 AM

line si 12 gram stock? although it probably costs over $40 as well.

Jebus 12-10-2012 11:32 AM

Save your Pennies!! Turret Changer or 6Pak for the win! Or the Line SI stock as heinous stated!

The Inflicted 12-10-2012 12:13 PM

The old Brass Eagle 12-gram adapters they packed in with the original Stingray had a rear knob which was ASA-threaded, so you could use one of those in conjunction with an ASA-threaded stock (like a Smart Parts "smart stock") to do what you wanted.

I found, though, that depending on the brand of 12-grams used, the stock didn't quite push the cartridge in far enough to seal it, so a couple washers or dimes sandwiched behind the cartridge was needed. If I were going to run this thing long-term I would have probably tried tapping the inside of the male end of the stock and putting a nice chunky bolt in there.

http://s17.postimage.org/5itwwmf5r/sniperstock.jpg

http://s17.postimage.org/uddeqozzz/mavstock.jpg


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Stilgar 12-10-2012 12:22 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by The Inflicted (Post 2558374)
The old Brass Eagle 12-gram adapters they packed in with the original Stingray had a rear knob which was ASA-threaded, so you could use one of those in conjunction with an ASA-threaded stock (like a Smart Parts "smart stock") to do what you wanted.

I found, though, that depending on the brand of 12-grams used, the stock didn't quite push the cartridge in far enough to seal it, so a couple washers or dimes sandwiched behind the cartridge was needed. If I were going to run this thing long-term I would have probably tried tapping the inside of the male end of the stock and putting a nice chunky bolt in there.

http://s17.postimage.org/5itwwmf5r/sniperstock.jpg

http://s17.postimage.org/uddeqozzz/mavstock.jpg


photo sharing



You sir! are a GENIUS!! I have both those parts and never thought to do that!

Ohhhh the fun I will have!

Thanks!


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