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Old 01-10-2010, 12:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Anything Superbolt Picture Thread

If there is a better place to post this maybe we can move it, after we get some good "Custom Projects" exposure.

Few people buy a superbolt with the plan to keep it stock. Even then, I would like to see a working stock superbolt pic posted up! A working one qualifies as custom work to me.

If you used any part of a superbolt and made it useful, post it up. I know there are some good results out there.

I think Jcurt has half blocked more than a few.

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Old 01-10-2010, 08:30 PM   #3 (permalink)
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My Dad's Suberbolt. Ego feedneck, haflblock, and anoing all done by him. He also milled the trigger to a single finger and took the trigger gaurd off. The WWA Pump Kit had to have a larger hole drilled in it for better flow. I believe it has CCM guts. Overall, it's lighter than a majority of our markers.
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Wow that is a very bright orange. Me likey
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Mmmm creamsicle superbolt^^
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If you liked that then check out my brothers old superbolt... it was this...



Then he turned it into this...



And now it's off to a local. =)
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Tanongi, that's good solution for that trigger guard. I'm thinking about filing mine down in some extreme fashion, ala 'Maghog' on AO.

I've been afraid to ano my superbolt considering how much trouble I had getting it sealed up. I'm sure it will hit the vat eventually.
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Tanongi, that's good solution for that trigger guard. I'm thinking about filing mine down in some extreme fashion, ala 'Maghog' on AO.

I've been afraid to ano my superbolt considering how much trouble I had getting it sealed up. I'm sure it will hit the vat eventually.
It feels much more comfortable with the tiny single finger.

For ano'ing, we had some troubles at first since the aluminum used on these things is... troubling, it always leaves a crystal like texture when stripping so be careful of that. Beadblasting it helps remove that though.
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oh man keep these going! i have a project superbolt and i've been wondering what to do with it.

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It feels much more comfortable with the tiny single finger.

For ano'ing, we had some troubles at first since the aluminum used on these things is... troubling, it always leaves a crystal like texture when stripping so be careful of that. Beadblasting it helps remove that though.
Ick. I forgot I was sticking with nice alloys. I like my AGD frame. I was just going to file on the extra superbolt frame for something to practice on.

I'm hoping someone has done something else with their frame. I haven't found a use for it yet. I was thinking about using the lpr on a nerf launcher, but the use of those in our local games is thinning out a little. But, that's why I say ANYTHING superbolt.

Gunangel, is that really a CCM frame on andy's superbolt?
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