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WALZ 06-25-2012 02:39 PM

WALZ/MAR Grease gun build for Rover (Completed)(Round 2 Completed Again)
Mar sent me a pirate stock, a pmi body and a crossman
trigger group and told me make it "right for my partner".

Here's what I have done to her

Added a new muzzle end to her
cut a quick strip notch
Modified the crossman trigger group and made a RVA
Replaced the top tube with one somewhat longer
and made it springfed
Made a springloaded thadaptor for faster reloading
Made a removable grease shroud for the top tube
Added a front site and a rear site
Poweredcoated all in black texture
Made a brass bolt end cover, brass pump arm and brass
cover plate for end where cutout is exposed when using crossman trigger groups,
Polished all brass accents
Added a mega beefy wood grease handle for a secure grab.

Still need to modify the valve and test.
Almost there with this one...

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matteekay 06-25-2012 02:42 PM

Very cool, Wally. I love the top-slotted springfeed/Thadapter - very clever, as it lets you see how many rounds you still have at a glance.

Badger 06-25-2012 04:01 PM

Very nicely put together

I didn't know you could powder coat soldered tubes <?>

Mr.Smith 06-25-2012 04:06 PM


Originally Posted by Badger (Post 2390964)
Very nicely put together

I didn't know you could powder coat soldered tubes <?>

My guess would be solder then coat.

Keys_JR 06-25-2012 04:11 PM


Originally Posted by Mr.Smith (Post 2390966)
My guess would be solder then coat.

You have to braze it really. It's kinda like soldering but higher temp, so the filler melts at a temp higher than the powder coat cures at.


SMEXY! Wish I had dolla' bills to get my own!

WALZ 06-25-2012 04:31 PM

On the body of this one I cured at 350* for double the standard time.
The add-ons I cured at the standard 400* for 15 minutes after flow out.
Talked to a few shops and this is how they do it.
Works out well, seems just as tough.

Painthappy 06-25-2012 04:35 PM

Wow.. That's nice looking.

WALZ 06-25-2012 04:54 PM

Thanks, and thanks to you I was able to post it up.
I had troubles and you jumped right in and took them

Falcone 06-25-2012 05:16 PM

Would you ever think about selling pre-modified crossman trigger groups for others to tinker with putting their brass in stocks?

And as any of your work is, stunning, just stunning.

BLachance75 06-25-2012 05:35 PM

I like how you made the shroud removable. I would imagine that will help with cleaning a lot.

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