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Old 07-02-2013, 09:44 AM   #1241 (permalink)
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I can see that. I usually use air tool oil on my blowbacks. I use a touch of grease on the bolt oring on the SR1 and it makes working the action like jumping on a slip and slide while covered in crisco. Slick as butter.
At one point I noticed when I pushed the bolt in/out the barrel would turn. That's how tight it is.
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Old 07-02-2013, 01:46 PM   #1242 (permalink)
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At one point I noticed when I pushed the bolt in/out the barrel would turn. That's how tight it is.

What barrel are you using ?

What breach ?

The smaller the barrel ID the tighter the bolt oring becomes.
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Old 07-02-2013, 02:43 PM   #1243 (permalink)
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CD, my fin is 686 and with the bolt o ring un-lubed I don't have that issue, I get some feedback from the two contacting but the barrel stays in place.

Maybe we have different size bolt o rings?
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Will this work as a grip for the SR1? I think it also comes with one if we pay the little extra, am I correct?
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We developed a mag/reg bottle adapter early on but there was no interest in it so we dropped any further development on it.

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What?! One of the only only reasons i didnt jump on the band wagon was because i dont do 12g or remotes i love that idea you have there!
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Will this work as a grip for the SR1? I think it also comes with one if we pay the little extra, am I correct?
That'll work, anything compatible with an AR will be fine.

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What?! One of the only only reasons i didnt jump on the band wagon was because i dont do 12g or remotes i love that idea you have there!
Jump in. If I recall he's still including the extra spot to run a remote or similar hpa setup.
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Will this work as a grip for the SR1? I think it also comes with one if we pay the little extra, am I correct?
Yep, and yep. The parts CCM includes come from Tiberius Arms IIRC.
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CD, my fin is 686 and with the bolt o ring un-lubed I don't have that issue, I get some feedback from the two contacting but the barrel stays in place.

Maybe we have different size bolt o rings?
I have the same fin. I think my barrel just wasn't tight and since I didn't have some lube it worked itself free. It wasn't a big deal since it still shot perfect.
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The single most important reason I chose to wait for the SR1 is because of 12 grams I love not having to lug a tank on a bolt action rifle. Now if only I could find a skeleton stock like this...

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I generally only use tank in stock for bba for that reason
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