|cmosser502 ||03-03-2009 06:28 PM |
Buzzard V. MiniBuzzard V. Comp?
What the difference between the three? On the sight the comp lookis different but the buzzard and mini buzzard look the same.
Thanks in advance,
|808raoul ||03-03-2009 07:38 PM |
No collar on the Mini Buzzard. The feed bolts directly to the snub. The tray also bolts to snub from the bottom.
|idkfa ||03-03-2009 10:16 PM |
The Mini-Comp is the aluminum bodied cousin of the Buzzard series. It also features undercocking pump arms and is available only in the BBA configuration (talking to Lauren/Earon it seems he is not set up tooling/machine wise to do VSC Comps anymore).
The Mini-Buzzard is likely a more solid build than the Buzzard, if only because you are actually securing the various components together with screws as opposed to relying on a friction clamp collar. I love Buzzards but it does take some care to keep them singing.
|wilted_bunker ||03-04-2009 12:32 AM |
Random fact I learned yesterday from Earon. The Buzzard was named after his friend. I forgot his real name, but his nickname was "buzzard." He was a fireman that passed and Earon decided to call his new make the buzzard after his friend.
|oggfueler ||03-04-2009 02:55 AM |
So the Buzzard has not changed at all as far as design and design flaws?
|Frink ||03-04-2009 09:26 AM |
Not design flaws, it's just different and a little more finicky. But no, it's still the same design it's always been.
|oggfueler ||03-04-2009 12:57 PM |
Okay.. thanks Frink... I know about snugging up the snub and valve assembly so as not to cause A/T issues... anything else to keep in mind?
I'm fairly anal about maintenance on my markers so I'm not all to worried... just would like to know what to watch for.
|shoot to thrill ||03-04-2009 01:07 PM |
If you replace the bolt oring you may need to sand it down a little for proper fit, don't try and polish your sear, etc.
Don't mess with it essentially
|DJYELLA.COM ||03-05-2009 12:09 AM |
i think the guy name Buzzard passed away on the paintball field, i've played with them both in the 80's
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