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Old 02-22-2013, 07:21 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Alright time for an update. Got a GTA ram (spring assisted return), Psycho Ballistics board, solenoid, and battery harness, Rufus Dawg vertical feed, and Tippmann ProShop ASA/LPR combo. I have a slot cover but I'm not sure about it. felt like the hammer rubs on it so I might replace it with a plate. I think I'm going to start bone stock with this project to get a feel for it. If I'm unhappy with something I'll either fix it or just replace it. I have Naturalnoobs dimensions for a custom 2-wayed ram so I can make a custom one paired with a Timmy board, solenoid, and eyes. Still willing to take any direction and help from anyone who knows anything. Also still on the look out for ebolt parts as I don't know if mine even work yet.
You're right about the slot cover, the stock ebolt hammer catches the metal bits slightly as it goes by.
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You're right about the slot cover, the stock ebolt hammer catches the metal bits slightly as it goes by.
Ya might just make a little plate to cover it. How did you mount a different trigger on your model 98?
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Ya might just make a little plate to cover it. How did you mount a different trigger on your model 98?
Had to machine down the area by the frame screw and the safety switch:





Depending on what trigger guard you use, the grip may also need some tweaking. There is a bolt-on trigger guard for the Model 98 out there, but I think it looks rather poor.

Here is how I had the switch mounted:

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Had to machine down the area by the frame screw and the safety switch:

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Depending on what trigger guard you use, the grip may also need some tweaking. There is a bolt-on trigger guard for the Model 98 out there, but I think it looks rather poor.
ya its a big strip that bolts on at the ASA screws. hmm could run no trigger guard and use the macro line as my guard.
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ya its a big strip that bolts on at the ASA screws. hmm could run no trigger guard and use the macro line as my guard.
I have seen one other version, I forget who makes it, that bolts onto the center frame screw and comes down. I believe the overall shape is similar to a typical trigger guard but it doesn't connect to the grip in any way.
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I have seen one other version, I forget who makes it, that bolts onto the center frame screw and comes down. I believe the overall shape is similar to a typical trigger guard but it doesn't connect to the grip in any way.
hmm well maybe i'll see if my machinist friend could mill out space for a newer trigger guard.

Side note: does anyone have a wiring diagram for a Psycho Ballistics board? need to solder the battery harness and solenoid on to it.
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