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Old 09-06-2012, 01:04 PM   #651 (permalink)
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I thought it might add some push to the bolt and keep it foreward
We tried it for s&g.

It just added resistance to the action of cycling the bolt.
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Old 09-06-2012, 01:28 PM   #652 (permalink)
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so we could have a buffer tube first strike storage kit

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Old 09-06-2012, 05:28 PM   #653 (permalink)
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That's an awesome picture PR!
Kids got some muscles to be aiming that thing around!
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Old 09-06-2012, 05:45 PM   #654 (permalink)
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How do you guy aim your SR-1? I have CD old SR-1 but even with the stock full out it just doesn't feel that comfortable.

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This CD SR-1

http://www.axial-photography.com/Spo...1208164-X2.jpg

While I can aim it shot gun style like this:

http://i758.photobucket.com/albums/x...7463926_n1.jpg

It just doesn't feel right for this gun. Does anyone know of a longer stock? Eventually I am going to get a custom stock build but it is still in the design stage until I can figure out all the details.
Are you talking about using it as a close quarters carbine rather than a long range rifle? You could always remove the rear stock and tube entirely, and use a CCI L-stock.
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Are you talking about using it as a close quarters carbine rather than a long range rifle? You could always remove the rear stock and tube entirely, and use a CCI L-stock.
I am looking to use it as a long range rifle rather than a close quarter carbine. I just can't seem to aim with the stock being so short, it just feel odd.
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Old 09-06-2012, 11:27 PM   #656 (permalink)
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Are you talking about using it as a close quarters carbine rather than a long range rifle? You could always remove the rear stock and tube entirely, and use a CCI L-stock.
I was thinking the samething but mine was make a adaptor to screw in where the buffer tube screws in and making the other side standard asa threads and using an old maksman adjustable stock.After all it's just a paintball gun right ??Did the math on this and a adjustable stock is going to cheaper than doing machine work and tracking down a 20.00 stock.I am not going to use hand guards through.
I know guys it's not just a paintball gun hahaha!!
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Are you talking about using it as a close quarters carbine rather than a long range rifle? You could always remove the rear stock and tube entirely, and use a CCI L-stock.
It's doable but the bolt will stick out the back when cocking as seen in this photo. One could however chop off the back of the bolt.

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No chopping on the sr1 !!!
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I think I found the ideal stock for me:



Now just to get one custom made.
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Old 09-07-2012, 09:06 AM   #660 (permalink)
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Sorry if I missed the boat on these but when are they going to be available and what will the price be?
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