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Old 01-29-2013, 04:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Detent for Nelson 007

SO i was thinking there had to be a way of getting a detent onto the 007 and not using nail polish.

So this is what i was able to come up with. Using a Hammer 7 Detent, I Drilled a hole just in front of the front screw hole and recessed the detent, drill another hole in the trigger frame plate for a small spring. See the pics below.







and it works very well, no more roll outs with small paint.
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Old 03-05-2013, 11:42 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That's really clever! Great job!
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what size drill bit did you use for the detent hole in the body?
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uhh, i dont remember, i think maybe 1/8" ??
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I'm looking forward to seeing how you did this first hand!!
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lol. That would be my response too. Just wing it.
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This is a rather interesting way of going about a 007 detent!

My main question would be how well it works in comparison with a fishing line mod, which is what I did on mine. Probably more durable and more able to shoot sub-.68 paint :P

On a side note, do you have a source for these? I'll be looking to pick one up and try this out for myself!

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the detents are from the hammer 7, so i am not sure if they are out yet to purchase you may need to contact kingman and ask to buy some.
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