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Old 10-03-2012, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Offset Duckslide

Do they make duck slides for the offset r/f stock class? That would be so awesome - the closest thing to a Redux or actual Duck! After all, I don't want my-soon-to-be duck to get lonely...

I didn't realize CCI made offset bodies, but I'm not gonna complain! When did this start? This only came to my attention because haveblue is selling them on ASP. Thanks!
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You could always buy a DSP slide...
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Old 10-03-2012, 03:17 PM   #4 (permalink)
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^true, and I like the stationary feedtube design, but, I mean, then it's not a duckslide
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Old 10-03-2012, 07:51 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I have had a duckslide (center feed), have a rh dsp, and have a rh home-mod duckslide. Don't bother with either flavor (right or center) duckslide.

The mod for the rh duckslide is pretty straight forward:
1. grind new feed hole next to original using dremel.
2. fill in old feed hole using epoxy/bondo.
3. tap slide for new feed tube screw.

Clearly, this mod requires a complete disregard for the sanctity of the duck and a deeply seated thirst for the abnormal.

After some use, the duckslides have revealed their critical flaw to me: even a careful, experienced stock class player will encounter ball pinching despite being aware of the problem. To me this is to much of a sacrifice for what amounts to a cosmetic upgrade of the pump handle. The right hand style feed puts slightly less pressure on the stack, resulting in less force that might contribute to the pinching problem. Although the rh duckslide may appear to combat the pinching problem, it is a band aid on a broken limb.

The DSP is the way to go... except that it is delrin. no me gusta. My dream is to cut, carve, whittle and dremel away a block of wood until I have made a wooden dsp style slide.

edit: this has me thinking about selling the rh duckslide. any takers?
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What?! The CF Duckslide pinches too? Mine's not even in from ano...
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What?! The CF Duckslide pinches too? Mine's not even in from ano...
Just learn to shoot without pinching.
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I modified one of my feeds for my duck and am very happy with it, I can always have just 1 ball over the breach so no pinches.
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Thanks for the info everyone!
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What?! The CF Duckslide pinches too? Mine's not even in from ano...
Strange, I've never pinched one off before.
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