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lft1964 09-06-2006 09:58 PM

mag frame on a cocker body?
 
the old school metal mag frames on a pre 99-2k cocker body?

can the trigger in the mag frame be switched to slider parts without modification? will the frame match up to the cocking lug slot and frame screw holes?

thanks for any info!

P4p3Rc1iP 09-06-2006 10:02 PM

Holes will match up and I think you can switch the guts out for slider bits.

It might be easyer to just get a complete slider frame tough...

Tescrash 09-06-2006 10:04 PM

Right, but.....why? I've always kinda disliked the old Mag frames

lft1964 09-06-2006 11:33 PM

the why: i have an old mini body that i have put a wwa ultra pump kit on. works great except for this: the sliders i have will not allow me to use my 3.5 oz tank-the burst disc assembly hits the front of the trigger guard and won't allow it to be screwed in all the way

i'm looking for a way to get the clearance without having to get a new frame or tank, unless there are burst discs available with a smaller profile.

thanks for the info!

Tom222 09-07-2006 12:52 AM

Older CO2 tanks had busrt disk nuts that were flush with the valve. They went to the current style so if it blew the CO2 jet is dispersed out the 3 small holes instead of 1 big jet shooting straight out from the tank.

So basically you could cut the head off of the burst disk nut and slot it for a screwdriver and have one like the old style flush ones.

HTRN 09-07-2006 03:03 AM

The real advantage of the mag frame on a cocker body is putting Intelliframes on Autocockers, using Morlock boards. It's a good way to make a E-cocker(admittedly, very expensive compared to the WGP kit).


HTRN

lft1964 09-07-2006 05:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tom222 (Post 28211)
Older CO2 tanks had busrt disk nuts that were flush with the valve. They went to the current style so if it blew the CO2 jet is dispersed out the 3 small holes instead of 1 big jet shooting straight out from the tank.

So basically you could cut the head off of the burst disk nut and slot it for a screwdriver and have one like the old style flush ones.

yeah, being the genious that i am :rolleyes: , i didn't think of that at first. i remember the old burst discs and will do just that.

it was just too easy of a solution for me to figure out.

thanks!

frflow 09-07-2006 10:58 PM

you cant just drop slider parts into a mag frame, the amount of work would out cost just buying a new frame,

you can how ever use the mag frame for a sniper by drilling a hole for the old cocker sear.

Ian


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