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View Poll Results: What size insert?
.675 12 35.29%
.676 1 2.94%
.677 16 47.06%
.678 5 14.71%
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:35 AM   #11 (permalink)
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.677 just because they are all spread apart by .003. keep it simple
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Is he making a run of .680 too? Would be nice to have.
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:51 AM   #12 (permalink)
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He is making .680 inserts for an additional cost of I believe $25. It took alot of pestering and demand(thanks Worrpt) so it will most likely be pretty dificult.
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Edit: thought this was the OT thread anyway I was wondering if the carter inserts are the same for all of his guns, if not then this will be alot more complicated...
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Old 04-29-2011, 02:39 AM   #15 (permalink)
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Earon is only making inserts for his current insert style as seen in Worrpt's pic.

It took me a while to convince him to make barrel with inserts. I wanna say it's been maybe 2 years that he's been making them himself. At one time Sanchez was subcontracted to make inserts and barrels for Carter Machine. So older markers with kits actually had sanchez kits - the inserts were turned with the bevel that earon uses for better feeding from the breech.

I have been trying to get Earon to make .678's recently as I've had a box of ultra evil to small for my .680, but with piece of electrical on my .680 i didn't have any rollouts. I think I proved to Earon a little over a week ago when we were at the OSC mesquite, nv event that a smaller bore insert is needed. I somehow ended up winning the 1 on 1 with that small bore paint.
This thread will also help him decide to make a smaller size I hope. Just a note is that the .683/.686/.689 are all created from aluminum piping. Smaller inserts are created from blocks individually so more time goes into making them the right bore size.
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Old 04-29-2011, 02:40 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I voted .677 but I would also take a .675 if available. I'm pretty sure there are 7-8 other Carter barrel owners in Hawaii that would be interested also.
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I voted .677 but I would also take a .675 if available. I'm pretty sure there are 7-8 other Carter barrel owners in Hawaii that would be interested also.
I'm sure your right. I'll continue to keep lobbying for the smaller inserts.
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I'm sure your right. I'll continue to keep lobbying for the smaller inserts.
I'll ask Mr. SeuDog to call Earon for a little extra persuading. lol

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Personally I would like to see a .677 and a .674 and I would be happy as I can be.
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I voted .677 as well. But the Weasel has a good point with the .674! He should do a package deal. You order and prepay for both to get a head count, 2 inserts for 50.00$ shipped. All annoed gloss black. Feyd..............
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