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Old 01-24-2013, 09:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Cooper-T bolt for Mac-1 Annihilator

You don't see this everyday.
It is a Cooper-T bolt that was created for a Mac-1 Annihilator.

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forgive my ignorance....is it the length or airhole that's different?
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Early Annhilators were based on pgp's with a new Long barrel and direct feed that was farther forward than where the ball loaded (on a pgp)....thinking that may be something to do with it... it's been more than 8 years since I had both in my hands at the same time though.

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forgive my ignorance....is it the length or airhole that's different?
Here is a comparison pic in this old thread:
Cooper-T bolt question
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Old 01-24-2013, 11:46 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I had thought this was a first generation Annihilator bolt but looking at it again it isn't.

I think this must have been the direct feed location used for a brief period after Mac-1 stopped having South Bay Arms manufacture their 1st generation Annihilators. This would have been right before the Annihilators MK1 (common Annihilator style) came out and was manufactured by A++ (Tim's next machinists). This would have been in (I think) 1987. Likely right before the PMI1 came out and became the standard p series length centerfire bolt.

I think it's for the same length feed as the second bolt down in this picture:



Sheridan pump bolt comparison picture. From top to bottom:

*Cooper -T standard pseries length
*Bizarre length Mac-1 bolt?
*1st gen annihilator bolt (will not fit kp or p series)
*Kp2 bolt
*Kp2 bolt
*cooper t kp2 bolt
*kp3 bolt (bbs in different spot than kp2)
*Masse Venturi kp3 bolt

Hope that makes sense and helps.
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