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Old 12-15-2013, 09:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Reverse 'Cocker

I'm currently starting a new project, a reversed, mini, micro halfblock with the goal to make the marker as small as i possibly can. I'll have to mill a custom front bock to get everything to fit. Currently the plan is to run dual rams so the pressure to each is lower. The base marker will be a 04 Prostock that I got as a pump. . Currently havn't started anything so here is a picture of it as a pump.


And a MS Paint drawing of the concept.
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Put the LPR in the grip like in pnue-mags
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Old 12-15-2013, 11:04 PM   #3 (permalink)
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would recommend skipping dual rams unless it's just a "because I could thing." Sure they each run at a lower pressure but its double the volume for your LPR to fill. The end result is filling a larger volume with a slower flow rate all to acheive the same amount of force that is needed to cycle the gun. Chances are you will still have to run the LPR more than at half of the previous pressure just to account for increased friction of more components. It's kind of a no win situation.

otherwise, cool. I think it would look better with the LPR out the front or in the grip as BOS suggested.
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I might run it out of the side of the gun instead. The Rams are honestly just "because i can" and to make it look even more different. If i can figure out in grip i might, but I dont want to mod too much of the body or trigger frame to get things to fit
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Looks a lot like an Arrow Precision Sovereign to me. Or at least the idea does.
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Old 12-16-2013, 01:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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EDIT: Got my question answered on the CC forums. More info in the next few weeks

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Old 01-08-2014, 09:22 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Just an FYI:

A reverse cocker was first thought up back when Pro-Team came out with there power feed cocker bodies (it might have been a year before that!),.....

and i think most of us on here will agree,... reversing a cocker meant nothing more than changing the direction of the regulator from forward of the front block to along side the body (yes,... you are going to have to drill a hole in the body and put a 90 on there)

Its just some food for thought. I see your regulator dropped on the front fore grip,.... not my cup of tea. To each his own.
If your going to make a custom front block,.. sounds like you are headed in a good direction to make this thing perform.

On the dual rams idea,... the point made of not doing it is a good one someone made,... I had the same negative results years ago on my first modded cocker. What I did find out from a friend of mine, was mounting a second ram, but not hooking air up to it, evens out the bolt wear on the left and right sides.

And one more suggestion: to make an even tighter package to shoot,... maybe an angled ASA on the gun????
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I forget who it was on here, but I remember someone running their lpr straight into the center of a modified banjo bolt to save space on their front block.
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And a MS Paint drawing of the concept.
If that's MS Paint, I'd love to see what you can do with CAD.
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If that's MS Paint, I'd love to see what you can do with CAD.
Yeah, for MS Paint, that's really good.
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