...AKA "Millenion" or Gungrave Duckslide.
I've had this one for a good bit now and it's easily my favorite marker. I'm the fourth owner if the legends are true and I don't see it leaving any time soon; it's just too damned fun to play with. It came to me with mismatched black anno on the frame and the slide so that was the first thing to get addressed and then things just kinda kept rolling.... All of the original work was done by BOS so it made sense to send it home for the new stuff :D .
Specs then pics!
- Stock-class Phantom/rear dropout underneath
- ASP Detente-modded
- ASP TPC
- Silver main/green 'Cocker valve springs (cut down)
- 8" Freak-bored barrel
- Duckslide kit and one-piece feed
- Bob Long KnuckleBuster Spyder frame milled to fit (custom-made single trigger)
- Slide mounted directly to the TPC a la GeckoBlaster
- "Millenion" engraving on the passenger side
- Copper/black splash anodizing by CS Paintball (aka LaserMyGun)
- Delrin muzzle break and sight; the break has a channel milled into it for the front of the sight which keeps the slide from wobbling with the TPC
- SkinGripz 45 panels
Crappy phone pics:
I think I barely realized this, but does the sight rail "cock" with the pump handle?
Yup, moves with the slide.
Hey, That is a pretty awesome piece there Matteekay. Is that a delrin piece in the trigger guard under the trigger?
Crazy looking gun, I love it. The front sight rail reminds me of a .44 automag, again a very sweet gun, just awesome!
Who, me? Sell?
(looks at the hole on the pegboard where a Superstocker sat for two days)
....let me get back to you.
Yes, that's a delrin piece in the trigger guard. Per BOS, the gun was originally built to resemble one of these:
Back story with the delrin piece....
Previous owner(builder) didn't want me to cut the frame and make it single trigger, and I hated the way it looked so I made that block. The plan was to weaver lug that or install a laser sight in there, but it went against the grain of the initial project.... those guns from gun grave.
Matt... trigger isn't ground that is something I machined for that frame, I forget if I used springs or magnets for the return though. I don't remember if I had the large supply of rare earth magnets when that came into the shop.
And sorry for the slight derailment. . . . ;)
Ah, still more info! Thanks sir!
Spring return on the trigger - it sits in a channel front of the trigger and pushes up on the leading edge.
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