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KPCS 05-02-2014 09:02 PM

KPCS sniper pump kit.
 
I have seen other pump kit's out there.
The most popular kit is CCM's and some others kit work or look like CCM's kit.
I wanted something different then the CCM kit.

I don't want to make a CCM clone or copy one.

Now I had a Pump kit for a Automag and like how it looked and feels.
It has a lug in the handle so the handle won't twist.
The problem is it not for a Autococker.

Well with some work I got it to fit a Autococker. To me it's one of the smoothie pump I have ever felt.
So I decided to make 20 kit's to see what everyone thinks of them and if I should make more of them.
I showed them at SPE this year.

Here is the kit has it is now.

http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/...ps2f25da96.jpg
It has a ant-twist lug in the pump handle
http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/...ps9669e0fd.jpg
Has room for a return spring in the handle
http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/...pseff335cf.jpg
http://i1322.photobucket.com/albums/...ps043c4c99.jpg

Let me know what you think you pump players ....

Ken W

RatFink 05-02-2014 09:14 PM

Nice, nice and clean. I like how you integrated an anti twist into the front block bolt and still made it index. Curious though, it looks like the through screw is longer than the pump guide bolt. If it's drilled through, how do you prevent leakage from the valve area? One more question. Where does the return spring ride? Maybe in-between the split?

vf-xx 05-02-2014 09:20 PM

I doubt it's drilled through.

if it's like the Mag, the return spring is captured in the handle between the anti-twist lug and the front of the handle.

I'd be interested in one. Still have any left to be tried?

KPCS 05-02-2014 09:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by vf-xx (Post 2950865)
I doubt it's drilled through.

if it's like the Mag, the return spring is captured in the handle between the anti-twist lug and the front of the handle.

I'd be interested in one. Still have any left to be tried?

You are right the spring is in between the lug and handle.

The screw goes through the lug and screw into the bolt.

Sorry but I have 3 out there now.

Ken W

C_losjoker 05-02-2014 10:08 PM

Any chance you would make aluminum handle, to also fit the automag?

Diomedes 05-02-2014 10:19 PM

Anti-twist without an additional guide rod, great idea. Now that I'm seeing it, it's amazing it hasn't been done before.

dano_____ 05-02-2014 10:25 PM

Hmm, this would look so damn clean on a t2. It would be like a quad rod without the 4th rod messing with the lines.

Nobody 05-02-2014 10:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by dano_____ (Post 2950911)
Hmm, this would look so damn clean on a t2. It would be like a quad rod without the 4th rod messing with the lines.

damn, that's heresy. don't let the CCM fanboys see this post. they will cry that someone out there could make something that is better than what CCM has done or has said that it is.

pinkanese 05-02-2014 10:50 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by C_losjoker (Post 2950901)
Any chance you would make aluminum handle, to also fit the automag?

Any chance you could remake the Automag kit you have?

Quote:

Originally Posted by Diomedes (Post 2950907)
Anti-twist without an additional guide rod, great idea. Now that I'm seeing it, it's amazing it hasn't been done before.

It has been done before, by our Lord and Savior Tom Kaye. :)

KPCS 05-02-2014 10:55 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by pinkanese (Post 2950924)
Any chance you could remake the Automag kit you have?



It has been done before, by our Lord and Savior Tom Kaye. :)

Isn't there someone on Automag.org make the pump kit's already ???

Yes Tom Kaye made the Automag pump kit but I just made it fit a Autococker instead of a Automag.

Ken W


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