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|03-15-2012, 02:52 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Brass Mafia Wannabe
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Oh Hi Oh
i mean..pretty much any type of detent will help. whether you want to go with an ego detent, freak kit, or the asp.
|03-15-2012, 02:58 PM||#4 (permalink)|
ASP's system works really well.
Feedback http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/f...-feedback.html Gargoyle FAQ http://isppa.semkhor.com/newswire.asp?ctid=1116
Stock class = 12grams and a stick feed. End discussion.
|03-15-2012, 03:00 PM||#5 (permalink)|
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: british columbia
Go buy yourself the cutest nail polish you can find. It stops all sorts of feeding issues
It's not cold till the sweat on your hands freezes to
your hockey stick
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|03-15-2012, 03:16 PM||#7 (permalink)|
1. Electrical tape
2. Nail polish/epoxy (nail polish if you want it removable; epoxy if you're really confident)
|03-15-2012, 04:52 PM||#9 (permalink)|
Elven Pump SDM/DM
Join Date: Oct 2008
not to thread jack, but I have a related question:
*have a drill press
*have a dremel
*not afraid to use them
*use CCM barrels w/sizers or freaked barrels (roll outs not really an issue)
*have o/c and s/c bodies
what would been an effective/cheap DIY mod to stop double feeds?
I suppose I don't notice double feeding as a problem on my o/c gun--that mostly comes down to rhythm when pumping. I mostly notice double/1.5 feeds when using my duckslide. Maybe I just need to work on the rhythm of pumping a s/c phantom and forget modding my bodies.
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|03-15-2012, 04:59 PM||#10 (permalink)|
Serving Tea for CCM
As for modding, here's an old write up I did long long long time ago.
Copy and pasted.
DISCLAIMER!!!: I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY THING YOU DO TO YOUR MARKER. YOU DO IT ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN WILL, FEW ARE SKILLED TO MOD THEIR OWN MARKER, AND DOING SO IS ON YOUR OWN RISK!
What you need:
Phantom or similar marker with stockclass feed
Drill bits sizes 9/64, 3/16
Vice (to help hold the things in place)
Drill of some sort
Rubber Spyder Detent
Some general mechanical knowledge (how to drill hole) and a competent mind
Drill hole on top side of stockclass body, about 1/16" above the already existing breech screw. Use a small drill bit, 9/64.
Use a sharpie and darken the top of the spyder detent, and place the breech as you would normally do.
Removing the breech, there should be a black dot from the sharpie. Drill that dot with a 3/16 drill bit.
Drill so the detent backing sits flush into the stockclass breech.
Install and enjoy.
I've used this mod for the past 3 months, and it's been working pretty good. No problems with roll outs. Any barrels, and I haven't had to fumble for an insert or detent ring in a while.
Now, doing this mod, basically puts a detent right where the regular detent ring would sit. You can use a detent ring kit at anytime, but you would need to remove the spyder detent so there is room for the rings.
Now, this detent mod works great. I don't run it anymore because I'm just spoiled using freak inserts in my frantom barrel.
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