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Old 08-20-2013, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Bolt action cocker

Hey all, I've had this idea for a while and I finally have the opportunity to make it happen. So basically it's just cutting a slot on one side of the body in the shape of an "L". That'll be the channel that the bolt rides along with the horizontal part of the L being where the bolt turns down into to prevent blowback. Part two is to put a sleeve around the bolt so it can freely rotate without rotating the bolt out of place for air to go through. Here's my second grader style CAD (crayola aided design).

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Old 08-20-2013, 11:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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i dont think you will need a sleeve around the bolt. you will just have to make sure that when you add the lever to the bolt that the hole in the bottom of the bolt is straight down when the lever is all the way forward and down in the horizontal postion. that saves the hassle of boring out the top tube to fit the sleeved bolt, but you will have to have the back block milled so the bolt can twist...
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Lol. Crayola Aided Design. No reason. It won't work. Of course you'll have to alter the back block so the bolt can rotate a quarter turn. And you can do away with the front block so you'll have to plug the hole for the front block bolt.
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30 seconds behind the front runner. Damn. Lol
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this is a trillogy ---> Bolt Action Paintball Sniper Testing - YouTube
looks like he just added the lever on the back of the bolt.
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Old 08-21-2013, 10:25 AM   #6 (permalink)
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i made a bolt action autococker rifle about 3-4 years ago. i just dremeled the hole on the side of the back block to make a path for the lever to move, then using sheet metal, i made a guide for the lever to follow. so far, it works beautifully. it is actually my primary "go to" marker.

i would post up a pic or two, but i think all the pictures i currently have of it on on facebook and i cant access FB in the office, lol. stupid blocked sites.

Feel free to hit me up though, i might be able to help out in some way, shape, or form, lol.
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You could capture the back block with a snap ring on the bolt on the front and back of the block. That would be easy on the old blocky blocks.

You might want a miniature guide rod on the back block
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Couldn't you put a screw into the bottom of the bolt as a lug and do away with the back block? I am thinking go Sheridan style with it. That would be cool. Just dremel a hole in the side for the screw to rotate in and dremel your slot for the bolt handle. Just an idea. Might be a little more simple than a sleeved bolt.
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Couldn't you put a screw into the bottom of the bolt as a lug and do away with the back block? I am thinking go Sheridan style with it. That would be cool. Just dremel a hole in the side for the screw to rotate in and dremel your slot for the bolt handle. Just an idea. Might be a little more simple than a sleeved bolt.
How about sheridan style, but reverse the lug and groove? Use an extra long lug screw that comes out the top and bottom of the hammer, and an insert in the bolt grabs the hammer to pull it back.
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Old 08-21-2013, 02:09 PM   #10 (permalink)
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this is great...i was thinking about this last week as I sit and wait for an SR1 ccm!!!
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