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|11-05-2013, 06:29 PM||#21 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2013
I use stock barrel and rings almost exclusively. The biggest reason was until recently I didn't have a freak insert smaller then .679. That's right paint rolled right out my barrel with insert .679. Detent rings go a lot smaller. I did just get some .677 and .675 inserts so I may try the freak bored barrel again. The only thing with the rings is quality paint is a must. If you buy the cheap paint the rings will tear it up and you will just have a mess. Don't cut corners on this. You should always get the best paint you can. It is the biggest component of accuracy. Stock barrel + detent + good paint = Happy!
|11-05-2013, 09:21 PM||#22 (permalink)|
OK, so I just purchased another Polished Silver Phantom, for my son.
I called Mike to see about his freak bored barrels - $37.00 plus shipping. I purchased a 14" and 11", as my son likes longer barrels.
Again, Thank You all for your help!
"This is the weapon of a Jedi Knight. Not as clumsy or random as a blaster; an elegant weapon for a more civilized age." Obi-Wan, while showing a pump to Luke.
My Pumps: Niche Nemesis #20 Sniper, CCM Series 6 (x2), CCM T2 (x2), CCM Series 5 RF #20, CCM Series 5 (x6), CCM SS-25 (x3), WORKS Series 3 Sniper, WGP Karnivor Mid-Block Sniper, WGP '02 STO Sniper, WGP '05 Black Magic Sniper, WGP '03 Vertical Feed SE Sniper, WGP '03 Vertical Feed Sniper, WGP 2K RF Sniper, FreeFlow Lotus Sniper, CCI Under-Cocking Phantom. Non-pump: CCM Series 5 Autococker, '03 WGP Black Magic Autococker.
|11-07-2013, 11:36 AM||#23 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jan 2013
I managed to find this in a army surplus store. It has MOLLE on the back but can be adjusted to fit snugly on your belt.
It was designed to hold shotgun shells but as you can see, it works great for stock class.
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