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Old 03-02-2012, 10:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Good day Gents!

So, I forgot to announce at the Outlaw game on the 25th that I'll be leaving for regina come June. SOOOooo, any of you that want/need to have some custom bits made, work done on your markers, ect., post up here and let me know.

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I'm mostly a Sheridan guy. I can make bolts, caps, RVA's, pumps, the usual. My metal of choice is brass, my wood of choice is Walnut. But I am willing to work with other materials and other marker types. Just ask and I'll try to figer out if I can do what you want/am comfortable doing it. If I cant do what you want done, I wall say so because I would rather not have the work and save anything bad from happening, then have the work and not be able to do it.

Payment will be quoted per job. You order, I make, you pay, you get your goods. If you order, I make, you back out (I'm just saying "if") then I keep the work.

I want to keep this fairly local, that is why I posting this here. I know acouple of you guys wanted some work done. Just post up and we'll talk!

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Mr.Smith

Stilgar


Thanks all.

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Old 03-02-2012, 10:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have a PMI SB with the std back bottle setup. Could you modify the ASA to also be a RVA? I've heard it can be done but dont have to proper tools to drill and tap steel.
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Old 03-02-2012, 10:17 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Monty - Hmm, I've never done this before but I do know what your talking about. I'll tell you want, I have acouple BBA ASA's. I'll try to do that with mine and if it turns out good, that'll be yours! Sound good?
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Old 03-02-2012, 10:20 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I have a post up somewhere in here where I show you how to do the bba rva. Not sure where I posted it. I think it was in custom projects..
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Old 03-02-2012, 10:24 AM   #5 (permalink)
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I have a post up somewhere in here where I show you how to do the bba rva. Not sure where I posted it. I think it was in custom projects..
Why thank you good sir! It's simply just a martter of drilling through the side at an angle to line up with the spring hole, correct?
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Yes, I drill from the inside to out with a 21 drill bit and tap with 10-32. Use 3/4" set screw. Drill so exterior hole is 9-10 o'clock spot. Don't forget to add 1/4 or 5/16 bearing between spring and set screw.
Want to add that I admire your work and I think you are a great craftsman. I am sure anyone who orders from you will be very pleased with your products.. WALZ..
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Thank you very much Walz, I do what I do and thats all I can say about it.
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Monty - Hmm, I've never done this before but I do know what your talking about. I'll tell you want, I have acouple BBA ASA's. I'll try to do that with mine and if it turns out good, that'll be yours! Sound good?
Works for me. I've seen a lot of pictures of past wood work and your definitely someone who aims for quality. Please keep me posted, I look forward to giving my SB new life.
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Works for me. I've seen a lot of pictures of past wood work and your definitely someone who aims for quality. Please keep me posted, I look forward to giving my SB new life.
OK, now I'm assuming here that the output for the ASA is the smaller threading, not 1/8th NTP? I would think it would be, being a PMI SB. Just making sure.....
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