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Old 08-09-2013, 11:26 AM   #111 (permalink)
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That's so badass. Where did the wooden grips come from? Did you make them?
The grips come from MCB forum member pbalien73. He currently has some for sale here: Hardwood 45 grips FS

Both my Tac-One and Hammer 7 have grips by him. Wood panels add so much class to a marker!
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Old 08-23-2013, 03:03 PM   #112 (permalink)
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My Hammer7 is finding a new home very soon. As much fun as I have with it I just don't see enough opportunity to use a scalpel such as this lol.

Plus theres been a few phantoms i've been eying up and would love to have a stock class marker again.



Modified pump handle, fits better in the hand I find.
Simple plastic panels off of a spyder classic frame I had kicking around.
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Two skull paracord dangler to make it shoot faster :P

I usually ran this thing with the lapco bigshot or the little black stock spyder extra barrel. The bigshot is like a medium bore and the 9"er is nice and tight with a surprisingly sharp looking hone to the bore. Needless to say the ability to get a closer barrel to paint match really helped alot as the stock barrel is ungodly large bore.

Does anyone actually know what bore the stock barrel is? I know these things were made to fire fs rounds but damn I thought they had to be relatively close bored as well.
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Does anyone actually know what bore the stock barrel is? I know these things were made to fire fs rounds but damn I thought they had to be relatively close bored as well.
My stock breech and barrel are ~0.691-0.692.
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Old 09-29-2013, 07:41 AM   #114 (permalink)
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Here's my thru the grip micro line'd Hammer 7 that me and CapitalPaintball Worked on.
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Love the macro line through grip its a great idea. could you post a pic with the grip panels removed so we can see where you routed the macro line. would love to try this myself.
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Not done yet, but I think its looking good. I need to finish shaping the butt of the stock and make my cuts to mount my 4oztank and asa.

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You know, despite shaking my fist in a "you damn kids! Get off my lawn!" sort-of manner everytime I see your signature, I must say, I love the way you have integrated that stock.

I don't think I've seen one extended to the magwell like that (discounting full stocks). That small detail does a lot to make it appear homogeneous; less aftermarket/add on, more like it was originally intended to to be that way.
If Kingman meant to make the Hammer a wood stock marker to begin with, this is how I picture it would look. Great job!
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It also appears that you angled the stock down a little bit, compared to the stock's original "centerline" (would that be the right word to use?), correct?
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Thanks! Yes you used the right term. I did not do it intentionally but that is how it ended up. It actually feels pretty good. I will post some more pics when it is finished.
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It may have been unintentional; but appears to have added to its funtionality very well. It looks to have excellent mask clearance while allowing you to go without a rail riser to use the sight. What kind of finish are you planning for the wood?

Btw, have you looked into trying to adapt an air line to run through the frame into the stock, and simply plugging off the original asa?
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Not really, I am just getting an adapter and running a braided line to an asa.
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