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Old 07-10-2010, 01:47 AM   #11 (permalink)
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If you want a pirate stock, use a rusty bread knife to cut the back off of this one, then the roughest sandpaper you can get to clean it up, and then do the rest of the stock in big circles with that sandpaper to match the finish of the cut.

As mar said, I am also looking forward to purchasing this from you in a few weeks for a substantially lower price!
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Old 07-10-2010, 01:49 AM   #12 (permalink)
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Who uses a safety on a single action gun, anyways. Crazy talk.
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The safety is deliberately locked in place to prevent it from being engaged. The Sheridan rocker style safety locks the trigger sear from lowering and when the bolt is retracted, the sear must drop to allow the hammer to pass to the cocked position. The safety will then jam the trigger or damage componants if engaged when cocking the hammer. Sheridan was actually sued over this safety and that led to the failure of the company and sale to Crosman.
The cocking lug on the bolt wear terribly. They are easily replaced with a 8/32 x 5/8 set screw.
A trip to the local hardware store will supply you with the screw and the correct o-ring for the magazine plug. They are sold in various sizes in the plumbing department.

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Old 07-11-2010, 12:30 AM   #14 (permalink)
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The safety will then jam the trigger or damage componants if engaged when cocking the hammer. Sheridan was actually sued over this safety and that led to the failure of the company and sale to Crosman.
Really? That is what started the decline of Sheridan?
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Old 07-11-2010, 12:54 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Um, yes... but not blasphemy, it is just that Pirate stocks suck asss.

Probably slightly worse with a KL because once you wreck the stock and realize the truth in my words above this, you will have to find BretG to make you a new one or do it yourself

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If you want a pirate stock, buy another KP beater stock, and dremel/sand it down to fit the assembly, or you could ask Bret to make you one?. I did that for mine...take care of your KL. While the individual parts could be sourced with a little detective work, you have a masterpiece built by the master himself, and cutting up that stock would be a minor crime in my eyes.

As mar said, I am also looking forward to purchasing this from you in a few weeks!
Man don't let these guys tell you what to do. If you want to cut that bad boy down go on and do it. It's all a matter of personal preference. My KL is cut and its the best gun I have ever owned bar none.

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Personally, I'd find a beater stock and cut that down. But, if you like pirates (I personally do) then feel free to cut away/ I mean it's your gun, and unless you plan to sell it, do what you want. Just be sure to measure 18 times and cut once.
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Personally, I'd find a beater stock and cut that down. But, if you like pirates (I personally do) then feel free to cut away/ I mean it's your gun, and unless you plan to sell it, do what you want. Just be sure to measure 18 times and cut once.
Butch, this is Heebs we're talking about here.

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It's going to be on the market in a number of hours most humans can count on phlanges.

So again, do whatever you want so it's lost value by the time I get it.
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I personally like the pirate stock lever action, i can aim and reload as fast as I can with a full stock, and it's more manuverable in tight spaces. But I would buy a duplicate stock and modify that IF I were in your shoes. Like crafty says, don't let us tell you what to do, it's yours. I just think you're losing value cutting up the original.
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..... I just think you're losing value cutting up the original.
DINGDINGDING! You are correct.
See if you actually like to use a KL first before you chop.
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And shes for sale... sigh.
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