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Old 07-14-2014, 09:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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TJD Customs: ICS kits (hammers only)

Hello everyone I have been sitting on these for a while but I am ready to sell a couple ICS hammer only kits to get them out there and into the hands of the public.

So without further adieu. Price is 70 each including PP and shipping.

I have 20 units for sale.



In the process of making the ICS kits I made some extra hammer lugs
Price for these are 10 each

I have 18



Please PM me with what and how many you would like to purchase. Also in the PM please include your PP info. I will send you a PP invoice and it will ship out the next business day.

Thanks for looking.
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Old 07-14-2014, 09:23 PM   #2 (permalink)
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So what does it take to install one of these?
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Old 07-14-2014, 09:29 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Basically you just put it in like a normal hammer. The only thing thats kinda different is you have to put a bushing in your back block. Its pretty simple to do and self explanatory once you have it in hand.

Any other questions let me know.
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Dumb question, but are these karnivore compatible?
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What is the weight difference if any and how do you adjust velocity? Like a regular IVG or like a karnivor or CCM version?
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Also, can you swap the springs or is it a special one? What is the spring weight of the one included?
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Dumb question, but are these karnivore compatible?
No they are designed to work with standard 2k+ markers
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What is the weight difference if any and how do you adjust velocity? Like a regular IVG or like a karnivor or CCM version?Also, can you swap the springs or is it a special one? What is the spring weight of the one included?
Not sure never measured it. The IVG is simillar to a karni although I know that CCM IVG's do in fact work.

I am not sure what all different springs might work but I know that this spring is basically a stock Karni spring and it works very well on my prototype. I would say its a bit heavy for a straight up pump but its not terrible.
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Will this work in a Pre-2k? Because I really need it to.
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