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Old 08-19-2013, 09:22 AM   #31 (permalink)
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here's the thread about it, too bad it's shelved for now:
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Old 08-28-2013, 10:02 AM   #32 (permalink)
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Subyrally made one....
Annnndddd shot me with it. Lol it was a diy job but hey it workes
wait, that was you? lol.


indeed, i did make a first strike bolt action rifle. i originally built it right around the time that first strikes became readily available. it has been through about 5-6 variations now, but it is still one of my favorite markers.

i am currently working on a cocker rifle that will take dmags. i just need to get an adaptor made for the mag well and do a little more shaping on the body and it should be good to go. the only thing i will want to do after that is redesign the trigger assembly, mainly to make it a bit more durable and have less play in the trigger itself....


and i know its been a while since the conversation and i have mentioned it in other threads, but be careful with the lapco fsr barrel, .683 is too tight for first strikes. they need at least .686, personally, i go with .688-.690 for mine and have never had an issue with accuracy.
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