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Old 08-27-2008, 12:00 AM   #201 (permalink)
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Looks like Taso internals the sear is not what lapco used on there sets.


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why would someone swap out the SI bolt/hammer for a Taso combo though?
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Finally does anyone still have an 18inch barrel?

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i got one. it's either 18" or 20"... i know it's looooong. it's fluted and has spiral porting on the end.
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Old 08-27-2008, 12:28 AM   #204 (permalink)
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Here is even creeper Taso had a better finish on there internals no machine marks like lapco.




Common misconception during the period was that SS internals were smoother in a SI . They were smoother initially if the gun was new and they broke in well but the relativity soft anno and soft AL of the time were no match for the hard SS long term use would score and were down the breach. One other thought was it was easer to tune your velocity as the bolt adjustable in after market internals not the hammer like SI. The SI internals were damn light, ( close to the super light set up in a ghost) efficient and durable.
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Hmmm.... I have a new set of SI Internals. Maybe I'll swap them out and see how it works.....


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Here is even creeper Taso had a better finish on there internals no machine marks like lapco.




Common misconception during the period was that SS internals were smoother in a SI . They were smoother initially if the gun was new and they broke in well but the relativity soft anno and soft AL of the time were no match for the hard SS long term use would score and were down the breach. One other thought was it was easer to tune your velocity as the bolt adjustable in after market internals not the hammer like SI. The SI internals were damn light, ( close to the super light set up in a ghost) efficient and durable.
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Hmmm.... I have a new set of SI Internals. Maybe I'll swap them out and see how it works.....


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Remember what I have told you of the SI's, once they are worn in to a set of internals a change is a serious degradation in the function.
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Remember what I have told you of the SI's, once they are worn in to a set of internals a change is a serious degradation in the function.
I remember..... It would depend on how much use the gun saw with the Taso internals. I'll know immediately if there is any degradation....

The Taso bolt/hammer weighs 4.6oz, the SI set weighs 2.1oz....


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B... It seems like the SI internals will work fine. They are as smooth as silk, both with the hammer locked, and not. They sing a bit as they slide over the machine marks.

I'll need to retune the springs to allow for the difference in weight......


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sounds like they swapped the internals then stopped using it after a while and stored it for a bit?
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