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Old 06-08-2010, 08:56 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Looks like the frame can still take the piranha frame. so the electro eforce is possible.

full Spyder threaded barrel? or is it just pipe threaded again?

If its a fair price on the dummy co2 kit that would be great. Could be added to lots of markers for cheap. Normally something like $30 for a dummy co2?
The barrel isn't like the USP.
Instead of having the barrel be integral to the gun and capped with a pipe-threaded tip, the SA-7 uses a removable nonthreaded barrel that's locked against the breach by the tip, which is cocker-threaded. The stock barrel is .687.
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Old 06-08-2010, 09:11 PM   #12 (permalink)
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The barrel isn't like the USP.
Instead of having the barrel be integral to the gun and capped with a pipe-threaded tip, the SA-7 uses a removable nonthreaded barrel that's locked against the breach by the tip, which is cocker-threaded. The stock barrel is .687.
interesting, wounder if any of these "aftermarket" barrels that will be made will fit my tm11a
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Old 06-08-2010, 09:38 PM   #13 (permalink)
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want it . looks nice
i would so run that thing bottomlined lol
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Old 06-09-2010, 12:28 AM   #14 (permalink)
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so what material is the grip frame made out of?
Aluminum or some kind of composite?

might be a good core gun for a 12g powered custom build if you can cut away most of the grip frame with out hindering function.
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The barrel isn't like the USP.
Instead of having the barrel be integral to the gun and capped with a pipe-threaded tip, the SA-7 uses a removable nonthreaded barrel that's locked against the breach by the tip, which is cocker-threaded. The stock barrel is .687.
so what your say inflicted, is the barrel is closely related to the pt extreme barrel, were the threads are actually under the sights at the tip of the barrel and if so means you can cut the threads off to use as a spacer to the breach and run any autococker barrel at the end of the "spacer/ stock barrel"
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Old 06-09-2010, 02:21 AM   #16 (permalink)
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so what your say inflicted, is the barrel is closely related to the pt extreme barrel, were the threads are actually under the sights at the tip of the barrel and if so means you can cut the threads off to use as a spacer to the breach and run any autococker barrel at the end of the "spacer/ stock barrel"
Not sure if I follow your question, but here's a diagram of the SA-17's barrel arrangement from the manual.
Not sure why the tip isn't depicted as being threaded.
http://www.paintballsafety.com/pdf/manuals/bt/SA-17.pdf
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to give a visual aid PT Xtreme pistol what tf did here was cut the threads of the stock pt barrel (which are at the tip just before the muzzle break) and use the stock barrel as a spacer to use between the bolt and the threads which is were he screwed a spyder? barrel into, i was wondering if this could be possible in this situation with the sa-17?
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Old 06-09-2010, 12:44 PM   #18 (permalink)
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Thanks for linking to the manual, Inflicted.

I really want to try that magazine on my TM-7. Looks like a Mini/TM-7/TM-15 detent, too. Lots of good features on paper.

How long are those breech inserts? I bet Tymcneer could whip up a nice brass one for underboring...
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so what material is the grip frame made out of?
Aluminum or some kind of composite?
My understanding is it's a standard PMI/Piranha composite (aka plastic) grip frame like a USP. Not bad, but I wouldn't want to make many structural changes to them unless you were cutting off the grip for use in a rifle/carbine, and they're not very thick if you're thinking in-grip air.
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Old 06-09-2010, 02:29 PM   #20 (permalink)
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I don't know, as far as what they are competing with, they fall very short. I don't like it IMO. I give it 5 thumbs down.
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