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|01-12-2013, 08:49 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Springfed T2 project
Hi y'all, I have an idea for a project and figured I'd stop in here before I start spending money.
My idea is to JB-weld a Delta 68 springfeed on the side of a T2, pointing the same direction as the barrel. I would order a top tube in left feed and then slightly enlarge the hole, keeping the spring feed high enough so that it doesn't contact the pump arm. Basically I need something that allows me to aim down the top like a warp-bodied automag. I am terrible at aiming with a center feed gun.
I'm pretty confident this can be done; I just wanted to ask what you guys thought and if you can foresee any snags in this project.
|01-12-2013, 10:20 PM||#2 (permalink)|
Ham sup lo
Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: mid Cal
Here are a couple I have put together. Enlarging the feed port was not necessary. The feedneck mounting holes make it easy to forgo the JB weld. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with.
...It's a trip, It's got a funky beat and I can bug out to it!
|01-12-2013, 11:48 PM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2008
Those look very well done (better than my JB weld and dremel adventures). I'm especially digging the one with the large feed knob. For my gun I would probably move the feedport even more than a left feed body would normally allow. If you've seen the mag-fed T2 thread, that's how much I would move it, provided that the base of the spring-feed is above the pump arms.
T2 MAG FEED MOVED from SR1 thread
My current favorite marker and primary shooter is a matrix with a spring feed JB-welded to the breech, which is turned 90 degrees from its original vertical position. It makes one-balling and snapshooting child's play. I'm hoping a T2 will do the same thing in pump form.
And to that end, I just have to wait until my student loan comes in next month!
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