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Old 05-10-2009, 10:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Kingman Hammer or Taso pump

I can't really tell by the pics.

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Old 05-10-2009, 10:50 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Kingman hammer plus, it looks like. Only strange thing is no crown point barrel.

And thanks for the link. I'll watch it to see if it goes low. Need another kingman hammer for a bolt action project.

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the hammer plus's had the powerfeed and the "crown point" brass lined barrel. The regular hammers had neither, and judging from the fubarred brass lined aluminum barrel, I'd say that this is a "hammer-A" (meaning aluminum gripframe) rather than a taso that normally had all aluminum barrels.
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You're right. My bad, I just looked it up on the Hammer ad. I even own a Hammer Plus, should've known. Though the previous owner welded on a 1" feed instead of a powerfeed, so I forget any hammers had powerfeeds, lol.

The Hammer-P is the only one with a plastic frame then?

edit; d'oh, need to put two and two together. A for aluminum P for plastic, got it.

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You're right. My bad, I just looked it up on the Hammer ad. I even own a Hammer Plus, should've known. Though the previous owner welded on a 1" feed instead of a powerfeed, so I forget any hammers had powerfeeds, lol.

The Hammer-P is the only one with a plastic frame then?

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Yes, same for the old (1996-1997) spyders. The plastic frame on the spyders was bad, however it seemed to suit the hammers pretty well. I saw a hammer-p about 2 years ago that was in really good condition.
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Old 05-11-2009, 10:34 AM   #6 (permalink)
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the "New Hammer" also had a plastic one piece 45 frame, and was the crappiest of the frames. but they used the power-feed body from the plus.
That is a Hammer A.
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Old 05-29-2009, 09:21 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I grabbed that one. I haven't seen it yet but I think it's a Hammer with the die cast metal trigger frame and Lone Star grip. We shall see.
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So you're the one who sniped my bid

I already have one (though it has the plastic frame), so I'm in no huge rush to acquire a second, though it would have been handy.

Remember, stock up on 1" feed elbows, and if you want to use an aftermarket spyder barrel you may have to remove the insert from the pump arm to fit it. Happy pumping.
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Old 06-01-2009, 10:29 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Sorry about that.
This one is going to end up as a donor for a project. Think "Hammer Duck" or some variant on that theme. It's going to get a new stock class body made regardless.
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