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Old 12-29-2012, 06:32 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Still a work in progress as i need to do some more sanding and painting, but it is coming along pretty nicely. This will fit a 13 cuin tank perfectly in it, sorry about no tank in the picture once i am done with it i will add it in.

Made my own speed knob from a 1" dial and bolt I found at the hardware store







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That is pretty slick, paintman! Will the 13/3k be able to slide into place, or does the stock completely capture the bottle? Is that a metal support strap on the bottom of the grip portion?

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It does encapsulate the tank, well the rear PVC part does. I would need to remove the stock to get the tank on/off. Yes I added a metal piece under the stock to attach to the two bolt hole on the bottom of the grip, and added another curved one on the back of the stock.
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Old 12-29-2012, 07:46 PM   #24 (permalink)
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Here's my setup right now.

I'm not sure if the Hammer 7 can survive using a reg, but, this may solve the issue with the inconsistancies.

I can't even chrono past 220 with out the reg so the reg on there is just an asa to macroline fitting right now to see how it feels.

I'm removing the pump and I'm trying to source out a new pump screw that's nice and long for some bolt action. It's surprisingly very comfortable with the tank on the bottom line.
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interesting configuration
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Gott'er painted!!!



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that's just too sexy
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that's just too sexy
Thanks, heinous! Hey, aren't you that guy in the youtube video, shooting in the neighborhood?
Did they at least get the race right? People around here think I'm Mexican. :-s

Worked on the guts tonight. I, too, have had some low velocity readings. I haven't seen over 270fps with any 12g. It's always the first shot, and falls into the 50's immediately.
Since I had an Empire Traccer here in pieces, I decided to do some modding to shoehorn the powertube into the Hammer. Originally, I drilled the valve seat to suit, and tapped the Spyder cup seal to fit the Trracer's 8-32 threads. Loaded a 12g, and POOT!!, straight down the barrel. The cup seal would seat and seal it the assembled asa was aired up. As soon as the asa was inserted into the gun, POOT!!

It appeared that the cup seal was causing the power tube to sit a bit cock-eyed when it was sealing. As soon as the powertube was inserted into the TPC, the cup seal would unseat and not seal. I just couldn't get the cup seal to thread on perpendicular to the power tube, it moved around too much.

My solution would be to use the Trracer's cup seal; but this meant cutting the rear of the valve seat to the same profile as the Traccer's valve seat. The way I was able to achieve this would make the jackest of jack-legs blush; but damnit, it's done and the gun seals fine now. It's too late to test the fruits of my labor now; hopefully tomorrow brings good news!

I'll take the gun apart here in a minute and post some pics up.
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Have you done anything to widen the valve nut pt hole. That's something I'm very interested in. I'd like to use my ranger pt in it
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