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Old 01-15-2013, 03:53 PM   #31 (permalink)
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but brass is soft, it might wear out at the sear area.
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Old 01-15-2013, 03:55 PM   #32 (permalink)
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That's where I have to defer to you guys. Who it be any softer than hard anodized aluminum? I really don't know
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Old 01-15-2013, 04:08 PM   #33 (permalink)
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If we were looking for the best pump stroke, we would need to work on both the bolt and the hammer.

The bolt controls the feel as you move the pump backwards, as it is a bearing surface. If we were to add delrin slide pads, we might feel an improvement.

As stated above, the anti kink hammer/bolt determines the feel on the closing stroke, with some of the feel being determined by the bolt as it rides in the body.

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Old 01-15-2013, 04:20 PM   #34 (permalink)
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As far as the tpc sliding through the hammer it doesn't. It slides over the pt through the spring I don't think it ever passes through the hammer. Once again I could be wrong
Yes on the H7 the tpc does not pass thru the hammer. the brass hammer slides into the back of the bolt. this is the anti kink point.

on the Trracer the tpc slides thru the hammer.

more proof that "nelson base" is just a general term.

Polishing does help. My H7 is butter smooth. I used a little mothers aluminum polish on the inside of the body and the top of the hammer.
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what if you made a new bolt that was compatible with a CCI TPC?

or did i miss that post?
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No one proposed that particular idea... I will have to think it through.

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It's actually not that awful of an idea. I guess it would depend on how the tpc I'D than interacts with the stock PT but I suppose since the I'D of the stock PT is pretty small. Another option could be to swap that out for a Phantom PT as well. Along with the cup seal since the hammer cup seal is having issues as well. Et viola its a baby
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Phantom power tubes will likely be *way* too short. The Hammer has a slight change in the geometry, but I have no actually compared them/traded those parts.

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I don't really have any input to put in on this, as I have no idea what needs to be improved.

I do wonder though, with SSC looking into making a BBA, is there another similar gun with more commonly available parts and upgrades that both of you could work together on adapting into the Hammer?
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Not exactly sure... I seem to have missed something SSC is planning to do... I guess I need to look around.

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