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Old 11-28-2006, 05:40 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I would definatley be interested. I'd like to see a full line of grip panels available for sheridans, cockers, etc.. And in a full range of colors. It would be cool to experiment with somthing like your own version of the crosman 1399 stock also. I would like to see a one-off service available as well; so somone such as myself could have you make a set of colored grips for a 70's crosman sa-6 for instance..

I would die to see somthing in the general shape such as this:
http://www.airgunartisans.com/AARicksGrips.htm
NOTE the extremley contoured two-peice grips with the large "shelf" for the thumb area. I WANT THAT on my pmi1sc, but not necessarily wood. More like what you're aiming for.

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Let me know when you go into production

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If my understanding of the casting process is correct, a "one of" service would be terribly expensive, since Scarecrow would need to do a lot of work creating a mold.
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If my understanding of the casting process is correct, a "one of" service would be terribly expensive, since Scarecrow would need to do a lot of work creating a mold.
This is true.
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Old 11-28-2006, 11:06 AM   #24 (permalink)
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It would be cool to experiment with somthing like your own version of the crosman 1399 stock also.
Now there's an idea, a Crossman style open stock designed from the ground up to fit Sheridan frames. If you were careful in the planning you could design it to be more compatible with tank rings or even incorporate a set of holes for a standard drop forward. I'd throw down for one of those...
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Old 11-28-2006, 07:01 PM   #25 (permalink)
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Now there's an idea, a Crossman style open stock designed from the ground up to fit Sheridan frames. If you were careful in the planning you could design it to be more compatible with tank rings or even incorporate a set of holes for a standard drop forward. I'd throw down for one of those...
Could be done. The others are right about the "one of's" making the mold is both the difficult and expensive part of the process.

I will definately consider making a stock. I believe I could incorporate a few highly desirable improvements into the design.
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Including dropping the top bit down or back a bit? I found that the top fin on crosman stocks got in the way if you didn't have a top ball tube on the gun.
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Including dropping the top bit down or back a bit? I found that the top fin on crosman stocks got in the way if you didn't have a top ball tube on the gun.
Could be done. Would be nice as well to do something like build 12 gram holders or something into it.
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Old 12-05-2006, 03:25 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Exactly. That would be really cool. And it would be even better if it came in colors! haha

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Old 12-08-2006, 10:48 PM   #29 (permalink)
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I would LOVE to see sheridan grips with the nelspot style thumb swell. As far as the Nelspot grips, a checkerless grip might be cool, evem more so if it were clear/ tinted. PArticularly the left panel.
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