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blackrain 09-22-2008 02:02 AM

E-1/2 frame on a Sniper
 
I have E frame laying around. I want to do this to a pump that I have in waiting. I'm not going to MQ it either,so please no comments about it. I just have way to many parts laying around that need to be used and gotten rid of. This will be going on a half block Sniper. Can someone give me a walk thru on this. Or is it just put it on the body? Do I need to use the eye or can I run it blind?
Later,
Blackrain:)

Altec 09-22-2008 02:06 AM

Just bolt it on, no need for the eye.

Chemical-X 09-22-2008 02:33 AM

Yup just bolt it on.

The eye and front solenoid are not needed. You should also turn the eye off if your not going to use it.

blackrain 09-22-2008 02:49 AM

What else will I need to know about it? I guess I can only do semi mode. Does BPS setting matter? This is new area for me,so all the help I can get will help. I will be using an Eblade 2 frame and internals.
Later,
Blackrain:)

A.C. Basbas 09-22-2008 02:55 AM

I had an E2'ed AIM sniper for a while... I only did it 'cuz I had a spare frame and a drilled body. BPS settings should matter, as it won't fire if it's not cocked. It'll just click the 'noid if you insist on pulling the trigger when it's uncocked. No biggy. The eyes aren't necesary at all, clearly... But I guess (?) it would work if you wanted to install them?

I'd like to see an E-autotrigger 'cocker though... That'd be awesome. Wait... You're an Airsmith... Hmmm?

blackrain 09-22-2008 03:28 AM

Well I have a cocking rod for a CCM kit. Maybe i'll try it out.
Later,
Blackrain:)

A.C. Basbas 09-22-2008 03:36 AM

As near as I can figure, you wouldn't need an A/T cut rod...

I'd approach it by having an eye or a pressure switch inside the pump handle itself, and hook it up like the eye on an eCocker. That way, you could set it to full auto, hold down the trigger, and pump away with it firing whenever the handle completes a full back-and-forth cycle... The board would need to be re-flashed, but still...

Awesomeness.

arpie 09-22-2008 04:58 AM

Buy a CCM frame with A/T kit and buy a scenario dreams T-board. Frame might need some hidden milling to get the battery to fit. Simpler than re-flashing and what not.

Good luck,

Arpie

blackrain 09-22-2008 05:20 AM

How about buying a dream board and fit it to the Eframe? Any video of a CCM frame and dream board working on Sniper?
Later,
Blackrain:)

A.C. Basbas 09-22-2008 05:24 AM

Are you talking about a Scenario Dreams board, or are you making fun of me? :p


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