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panhead4411 03-07-2013 09:56 AM

Hammer 7 Bottom-Line needs?
 
I will shortly be purchasing a Hammer 7, but my biggest complaint is the stock tank placement, makes it impossible to sight down it with a mask on.

Can anyone point me to exactly what i'd need to run a bottom line for it? I can't seem to find what i'd need on my normal store sites.

Also, since a drop forward is out of the question for this, are their any bottom-line asa's that will angle the tank down instead of straight back?

What style of ASA mount is it?

I want to be able to put my face behind the barrel-line, i sight beside/down barrel on every other marker. Also want to be able to switch gun-hands.

punisher068 03-07-2013 12:23 PM

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I ran a bottom line on mine,used automotive brakeline and 1/8 NPT to 1/8 flare fittings.
Old Automag ASAs have about a 15 degree(?)downward angle to them
The adapter from the stock ASA to flare fittings I had laying around from a trade,looks to be a common part,I dont have a source myself
Mine has a straight CP on\off ASA,Im able to sight my red dot without a riser with my mask on easily
If you dont want to bother bending brakeline you could always use macroline

lmartin 03-07-2013 12:57 PM

Archon Bottomline ASA Kit w/ 8" Steel Braided Hose

this is the cheapest setup i could find.

Eskie 03-07-2013 11:19 PM

Take a look at the bottom line kits on this page. All of them should fit the hammer 7 as well.

panhead4411 03-08-2013 09:41 AM

The "Level 3" set is almost exactly what i'm shooting for, I'd prefer an on/off angled ASA, but i have yet to find one. But friggin $85? thats starting to get close to the cost of the gun. (also international shipping)

But if thats my best option i'll take it, thanks for the linky. I'd rather not scrounge for 5 different parts from 5 different places if i can avoid it. I guess i'll keep looking.

punisher068 03-08-2013 01:46 PM

Hers the AGD angled drop I suggested from Baccipaintball
AGD style bottomline, used decent shape - Modern Bottom Line Spacing - Duckbills - ASAs - Air / Bottomlines
If you ever need anything wierd,old and wonderful hes the guy to check,best prices around and super helpful,he may have the rest of whay youre looking for also

panhead4411 03-08-2013 03:35 PM

Punisher, that is awesome, have now BM'd his site.

The only thing that i can't seem to find on his site would be the ASA adapter to come out of the back of the gun. Would really like it on the side so its easier to bring forward like a standard mag setup.

punisher068 03-08-2013 04:13 PM

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Originally Posted by panhead4411 (Post 2648309)
Punisher, that is awesome, have now BM'd his site.

The only thing that i can't seem to find on his site would be the ASA adapter to come out of the back of the gun. Would really like it on the side so its easier to bring forward like a standard mag setup.

One of the best PB guys around,maybe send him a PM,hes here somewhere
cant help you with that piece,got mine in a big lot sale,check CCMs site maybe,could always use a ASA remote adapter with a 90 deg fitting,wouldnt be a compact or clean but it'd be cheap

panhead4411 03-08-2013 04:24 PM

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Originally Posted by punisher068 (Post 2648358)
could always use a ASA remote adapter with a 90 deg fitting,wouldnt be a compact or clean but it'd be cheap

I considered it, but i'm not sure the standard pieces would actually get it far enough 'out' for the second 90* fitting to clear the edge of of ASA.

But i'm definitely going to msg him, will be atleast getting the angled ASA's from him.

nerdcore 03-08-2013 06:25 PM

Pinnacle's lvl 1 or 2 setup works quite well. While it seems like the hose curving back to your face would get in the way, the tank itself sticks out more, so aiming down the side & hand-switching is unaffected. I ran that setup on an empire trracer, and duplicated it on my h7, using a 13/3k. Of course, a 3.5 or 4 oz co2 tank like punisher uses would probably not clear the hose so much.


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