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Old 05-26-2013, 08:31 PM   #161 (permalink)
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How about a Dukie stick feed or spring feed?
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Ill take a feedcap. Is it something that need to be threaded on? I say no to spring feed. I wanted one at first bit now I want mine to be rock-n-cock standard.

Let's go all out guys. Make it happen, ask for the feedcap
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Will the feedcap be threaded?
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It would have to be a slip on otherwise Dukie will have to make a new feed tube
Exactly.

Unless you guys want a really expensive feed tube and cap thats made of aluminum and neithermpiece is phantom compatible.. except as a whole.
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Old 05-26-2013, 09:33 PM   #162 (permalink)
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Hey Dukie,

When you get sometime to put up pics of the slide with a standard feed block, can you show pics of the modified feed block you're using for the top tube. I'm curious as to what it looks like.

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When you get sometime to put up pics of the slide with a standard feed block, can you show pics of the modified feed block you're using for the top tube. I'm curious as to what it looks like.

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I dont have a standard feed block anymore. Its inside the feed!

It looks like a standard feed thats been turned down. ie a round piece of delrin. nothing exciting.

Ill order myself a replacement when i do the parts order from cci.
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Good.
You're all over the place.

I'll go for a feed cap, question: will these be modified for using a drop out changer/ asp car stock or are they standard feed caps?

Dukie you need a logo to put on the front of the slide
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You're all over the place.

I'll go for a feed cap, question: will these be modified for using a drop out changer/ asp car stock or are they standard feed caps?

Dukie you need a logo to put on the front of the slide
standard style feed caps. prettied up of course.

The other type will come with the tactisilly kit when I figure it out.
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Apologies if these are daft questions, but how does the gas get from the grip to the valve? Pictures 2, 3, &4, in the OP, show what look to be bobbed and gauged valves. Will I need to get a new valve? Will your grip/lower-receiver price include the new valve. Terrific work, Dukie.
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Apologies if these are daft questions, but how does the gas get from the grip to the valve? Pictures 2, 3, &4, in the OP, show what look to be bobbed and gauged valves. Will I need to get a new valve? Will your grip/lower-receiver price include the new valve. Terrific work, Dukie.
Ther is internal porting from the grip to the valve body. if you purchase a dsp grip it comes with the new valve body. you have to put your powertube assembly in though.

Its bobbed, but there is no gauge. just a 1/8" port plug.
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If anyone is keen with photoshop, I'd love to see the upper tube styled like the laser on the 1911 in T2.
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