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Old 01-06-2013, 08:29 PM   #1391 (permalink)
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I like that, what kind of pump handle is that ?

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Old 01-06-2013, 08:36 PM   #1392 (permalink)
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I like that, what kind of pump handle is that ?

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If your talking to me its a custom handle i made from a wgp handle.
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Old 01-06-2013, 09:35 PM   #1393 (permalink)
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VERY Nice gun!
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Old 01-06-2013, 09:57 PM   #1394 (permalink)
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VERY Nice gun!
I see a mid-block in its near future. Maybe a little double pump arm action
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Old 01-06-2013, 10:05 PM   #1395 (permalink)
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In my brothers words the ego feedneck makes it look like a "real" gun. Lol i wouldn t mind makeing the whole thing shorter(ie single trigger frame, shorter reg, ect) it seams tall and thin right now. Idk what do ya ll think?
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Well, if you're going to install an Auto Trigger you need to have a pivot style trigger, so finding a single pivot trigger might be a challenge, I just don't know never looked for one. I do agree a double trigger is senseless on a pump, I think if you "slim it down" and make it have less of a profile it will go more along the lines of a sniper.
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Well, if you're going to install an Auto Trigger you need to have a pivot style trigger, so finding a single pivot trigger might be a challenge, I just don't know never looked for one. I do agree a double trigger is senseless on a pump, I think if you "slim it down" and make it have less of a profile it will go more along the lines of a sniper.
My thoughts exactly. Like the half block orange outkast above mine it s all nice and tight. But i wonder if i could ever get that with a superbolt body seeing as it general realy thin and slim.
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If your talking to me its a custom handle i made from a wgp handle.
Yes I was, it looks pretty nice man

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Yes I was, it looks pretty nice man

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Thanks. I shortened the the back and the milled 30°sides and a 15° back cut to the front. I also had to lathe an insert out of delrin for the main guide rod because the wgp was 1/2in and jcurt's mini kit had a 3/8in main guide.
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I was trying to make a cheap check-it/ vendetta looking kit.
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