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|04-05-2006, 11:42 PM||#11 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2006
Location: Boston Massachusetts
A Sniper is a direct copy of the Sheridan valved gun, it has the bolt in its own tube and a hammer below, the valve is set off by the hammer flying forward.
Nelson valved guns are all contained in one tube, the bolt moves back, brings the hammer forward where it is released and flies back to open the valve
|04-06-2006, 12:40 AM||#13 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2006
Pretty much nelsons need to be closed bolt.
As far as the dual pump arms go for anti-kinkyness...
My definition of kinking would be the kinking of the bolt and hammer. Anti-kink bolts or hammer were made to lock the two together so that they couldn't kink. The interface between the bolt and hammer has nothing to do with how the pump is connected to the bolt. Take a 007, add a second connection on the right side of the gun, and you're still gonna have a wicked time trying to pull the kinked bolt/hammer forward. My WGP commando didn't have anti-kink, and it had dual arms. It was better machined than the 007, but still a bear to pull forward. All the second pump arm does is stop the bolt from twisting to the side, nothing to do with the kinking of the bolt and hammer.
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