|BIG BOB ||08-21-2013 04:36 AM |
Aftermarket 6.5 bolts?
|ves206 ||08-21-2013 09:10 AM |
Stock. A techt doesn't have the detents Cuz its made for the t2. Also techt has 3 orings. And a venturi face.
Post a side pic.. and is ccm engraved on the back?
|BIG BOB ||08-21-2013 01:08 PM |
I'll get more pictures. No ccm on the back. There is an screw for the ball bearing in the pin hole. The milling is also slightly different.
|Dr. PhunkyPants ||08-21-2013 02:38 PM |
This doesn't look to me like any CCM stock bolt. I wonder a bit if this is someone's prototype (not CCM)...maybe turned from an Ego bolt or even a delrin full block cocker bolt? Maybe someone lost their bolt and tried to fashion a replacement?
The issue with the gun cocking with the bolt in breech is key...it suggests that the length of the bolt is too long and thus was/is not an actual S6.5 bolt.
I'm sure Mel will be glad to sell you the correct part!
|Dr. PhunkyPants ||08-21-2013 02:46 PM |
Do like the multicolor scheme BTW!
|BIG BOB ||08-21-2013 02:47 PM |
I'll got an order going from them already so adding a bolt is no biggie. I'll hopefully be able to do some velocity tests with it
|Dr. PhunkyPants ||08-21-2013 02:51 PM |
Yeah, I think the main question would be whether the air passage cut into the bolt lines up correctly with the air coming up from the valve!
|nostayhome ||08-21-2013 02:54 PM |
FYI- a standard HB bolt does not have the same dimensions as a CCM bolt. I almost sure that the transfer hole will not line up with the body.
|noclue119 ||08-21-2013 03:18 PM |
It almost reminds me of an ego 6 bolt.
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