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Old 09-06-2008, 08:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Stop with the little changes! ;)

I just got a hold of a recent S6 (delivered last week) and the bolt, AT screw, and cocking rod knob were different.

I have trouble keeping up.


Also - I see you have abandoned the second screw and tap for a beaver tail...

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Old 09-06-2008, 08:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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At least they don't sell it as a S7 with the small changes they made like almost every high end out there.
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Old 09-06-2008, 08:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I just got a hold of a recent S6 (delivered last week) and the bolt, AT screw, and cocking rod knob were different.

I have trouble keeping up.


Also - I see you have abandoned the second screw and tap for a beaver tail...

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uh oh, your not going to be happy now.We are as we speak, making the body with the built on asa.

The second tapped hole for the beavertail wasn't needed.

You forgot to mention the detent on the autotrigger cam.

Instead of calling it the S7, we will call it the SS6.(super series6) haha. Actually, it's just some minor improvements we have been wanting to do.

I am thinking about making some of the no-pro feednecks like that guy made for his Series 6. What do you think? Nobody really ask for anything different so we never made anything else other than the no-rise.

By the way the tube'd marker is coming along slowly.We have the grips made and some blank upper tubes made.
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I just got a hold of a recent S6 (delivered last week) and the bolt, AT screw, and cocking rod knob were different.

I have trouble keeping up.


Also - I see you have abandoned the second screw and tap for a beaver tail...

TF
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Old 09-06-2008, 09:41 PM   #5 (permalink)
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uh oh, your not going to be happy now.We are as we speak, making the body with the built on asa.

The second tapped hole for the beavertail wasn't needed.

You forgot to mention the detent on the autotrigger cam.

Instead of calling it the S7, we will call it the SS6.(super series6) haha. Actually, it's just some minor improvements we have been wanting to do.

I am thinking about making some of the no-pro feednecks like that guy made for his Series 6. What do you think? Nobody really ask for anything different so we never made anything else other than the no-rise.

By the way the tube'd marker is coming along slowly.We have the grips made and some blank upper tubes made.

you ought to mill a rail directly on to the bottom of the frame. that would allow either a direct mount or a rail mount. just like on ul frame.s
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Old 09-06-2008, 10:22 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Bill,

I think the No Pro is an excellent idea. I would buy one in a heartbeat.

I knew about the ASA on the body. Can't wait to see that bad boy...

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you ought to mill a rail directly on to the bottom of the frame. that would allow either a direct mount or a rail mount. just like on ul frame.s

Rod an I have talked about doing an intergraded mount on the grip frames.We still have to take into consideration everybody elses mounts.We would love it if everybody used ours but that's not the case.We assume there is a universal dovetail on paintball rails.We have had zero complaints on the mounting screw holes on the grip now.Everything made that we know of has fit.
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Bill,

I think the No Pro is an excellent idea. I would buy one in a heartbeat.

I knew about the ASA on the body. Can't wait to see that bad boy...

TF
The no-pros are on the to do list.
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Old 09-07-2008, 03:03 AM   #9 (permalink)
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the grip hole placement is fine, but i would agree having an integrated rail on the bottom of the frame would open up a lot of asa options without having to add a separate rail. btw, i believe it is a 3/8" dovetail the same that is used on most rifle siterails, and as long as one of the screw holes is accessible through the inside of the frame, using a setscrew to tighten it will be simple
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Do they now come with the undertravel screw, AT screw, etc. already loctited? Or do you still need to do that yourself?
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