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|04-02-2012, 09:30 PM||#21 (permalink)|
Join Date: Aug 2008
Location: Vancouver Canada
I couldnt get to the field on the weekend but I spent some time in my backyard with my Gargoyle. The Version 1 hopper mod is solid on the marker and its easy to attach the hopper. It holds more paint which is good for me because I tend to fumble around with the 10 round tubes. The down side is its really top heavy. I guess I have gotten accustomed to the stock Gargoyle. My shots are either early or late when pivoting toward my target or consistently low. As a note I have cleared out more of the brush at the back of my yard and my target is another 20 feet back from where it was. This may also be a factor.
Anyways I decided that I would try another version of the breach mod even though I could work through all the variables I mentioned. This led me to several new drawings incorporating the clamping feed neck. All of these plans where complex and required levels of precision or numerous trial and error attempts. I decided finally to go low tech and left out the clamping feed neck all together.
Heres some pictures of version 2 of my Gargoyle hopper mod.
|04-02-2012, 11:01 PM||#23 (permalink)|
that is awesome i wish i had that on my garg, i probably wouldn't have traded it (btw it was garg #2 )
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|04-03-2012, 03:32 PM||#24 (permalink)|
Looking good, like I mentioned before put a 12 gram retention oring in the old feed tube position!
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