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Old 05-17-2011, 07:15 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ahhh...I thought I had missed something. LOL I was scratching my head "cure 3 bolt...for a phantom??"
Don't scratch too hard. Armson's Assasin Rifle, which many of us know shared a lot with The Phantom, including the familiar step in the breech. This little throwback to the original Nelspot design had plagued some users for decades.
Armson's solution was the 'Square Bolt'. The place where the ball dropped was even with the bore, and the bolt was milled to accept this flat landing area. WGP and Pro Star Labs tried a different approach: a conical shaped bolt, so the step was more like a ramp. NW Sales milled a groove in the top of the bolt to prevent chopping. Check out an NW Comp or a Spitfire and you'll see. There's ways around this.
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Old 05-18-2011, 09:08 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I meant mill the back part of the feedtube, the large part, so that you can get rid of the riser plate entirely.
This is along the same line I was thinking. You would have to modify both the riser and the feed tube.
This is a crude drawing of what would need to be done. You have to "shorten" the distance of drop from feed tube to inside the breech.
By having a skilled machinist( which most on here are VERY) machine a 1 inch radius cut on the back of the feed tube up "close" to the feed gate to clear the drop out changer. And then the rest of the material would be machined off the riser. I'm not exactly sure if the riser is radiused for the feed tube or if its flat were the riser and feed tube come together but....
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Old 05-18-2011, 09:54 PM   #13 (permalink)
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The feed tube is already milled like that on the bottom, not at the gate though. The riser is not.

Its a good idea gents, But I think I am going to try the ASP mod.
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The prototype is usually the hardest - then come the refinements then the ooohs and the aaaahs but they are always preceded by the !#@!@#! and the !#!!#@!% and the GAAAAAAHS
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Oh man, I know that one already.

Freaked barrel, Brass inserts, custom feedtube, CCM grip...Plans for a fluted hammer and drilled TPC...and if I can find a bigger knob for the dropout, which I plan on having drilled and tapped so I can spin it 90*... LOL I have/will easily spent the price of a phantom on the extras...
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Old 05-19-2011, 10:29 AM   #16 (permalink)
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I have the ASP milled hammer and tpc. Ssc polished bolt j curt 90. And more
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The prototype is usually the hardest - then come the refinements then the ooohs and the aaaahs but they are always preceded by the !#@!@#! and the !#!!#@!% and the GAAAAAAHS
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Thank you, you just answered a question I had, Does ASP mill hammers...

I need to put in an order with ASP for some stuff when I send in the body for the o ring mod...

Now I just need to find cash to pay for it all...
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Old 05-19-2011, 12:23 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Asp had a run of milled hammer


Search phantom hammer on the site to see if there are any left. Or shoot have blue a pm
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Hey Stilgar, if you don't have any luck with Have Blue, shoot me a pm. I have an ASP milled hammer I'm not using.
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Old 05-19-2011, 04:38 PM   #20 (permalink)
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I'm entirely out of the fluted hammers at this point. I'll see about doing another run, but the next batch of ported TPCs and the AR-15 stock mount valve bodies will come first. And I still need to get to doing the vertical ASAs. And then there's the brass 1911 grips...
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