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Old 01-26-2009, 12:22 PM   #481 (permalink)
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Notice the early speed feed on the taso box? All kinds of cool old things. As I recall that trigger pull was as bad as the one on my Barracuda.
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i used to have one of those ammo boxes with the speed feeds! awesome stuff. wonders if theres a new version of the old JT whippersnappers?
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The speed feed is a Butler Creek flip up scope cover. You can still get them. I'll be picking up one for my old WGP Ammo Box loader.

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i think he's talking about the "fingered" hole on the ammo box in the background, behind the Advantage guy
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I bought chillenspyders Line SI. I was wondering how well/if they will work on HPA? Local field only fills HPA...
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should work fine, if you sprung it right..... i think it'll be fine
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should work fine, if you sprung it right..... i think it'll be fine
Ehh, I don't have it here yet. Just shipped today. What kind of spring set up should I be looking at?
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i;m not sure. i know once i ran soft valve spring and hard main spring with a heavy hammer and #6 tube and all the 20 shots off a 12 gram were over 340 fps..... so yeah...be careful when swapping springs and such...a #4 or 5 will flow high enough, the spring set should be either a hard valve or a medium valve, with hard main spring, and if the bushmaster has the super light hammer, a hard spring will do...if its got a brass hammer like mine, (unlikely) a medium main will do...
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If you're running HPA, throw in a soft valve spring and work your way to 300 from there. A #6 powertube will help your gun in any configuration.
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Ok thanks!. I think I'll just try it out and pray it works fine the first time. If needed then I'll buy the spring kit.
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