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Old 08-05-2008, 09:57 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Different shades will also denote the different alloys used barrels were a harder alloy than the bodies grip frames and rails were harder than the barrels. and as we have all seen most feed necks are all two toned.

DSA it is the light and white back ground that evens out the color on the one posted the others I will get new pictures of soon.......
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Say B whats with the cap screw on later lever changers I have never seen the need?
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Say B whats with the cap screw on later lever changers I have never seen the need?
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did you mean the adjustment for length screw?

be sure the link pins are all still hardened roll pins if not the linkage will fail and wear out prematurly
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My main pump, and my left feed and my non-removable barrel. non of which look like the photos in the flyer below

My 2 Pro-masters are very different from each other. but the black one is missing the serial number plate, so I dont know which one is older.
The silver serial is ingraved in the body, the barrer retention screw and lever ball detent is on the side, all the thumb screws are on the left side and it has a 7/8 feed tube. (ignore my dual bottle adapter.)
The black has the barrel retention screw and ball bering style detent on the bottom, thumb screw on the left side and a 1 inch feed neck. pus a few other small differences.








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20" Factory Barrels FTW!!!!!! Man I remember seeing those in the magazines and trying to find one just as long for my Trracer... I think I ended up with an 18" Taso with twisted muzzle break and thought that was long enough.

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Old 08-06-2008, 02:49 PM   #58 (permalink)
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i found a 20'' fluted SI barrel in my stash. it's vented on the end too.

i have all my stuff out... now i just need to find a spot to lay it all out for a pic. i have 13 total guns and 8 lever changers and one SI drop out changer.
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Peer pressure's a bitch isn't it Chad? I'm sure breaking those out were at the top of your list... right above getting your hot cousin to sit for nakid photos.....







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Ahhhh the beloved Line SI Monkey Shot!
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