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Old 01-17-2012, 11:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
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question about a gun from one of your gravity league vids

So i was checking out the vids from the gravity league and your camera man was using a RF cocker with a stock class feed. Im curious to see where he got that feed and how he attaches it to the marker. Any info would be greatly appreciated
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Old 01-17-2012, 01:33 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Likely the RF was knocked out and then the body tapped for a phantom feed.

Alternately, I went with a PTP body:



since the powerfeed screws right off, which leaves you with two convenient pre-drilled holes to attach the feed directly. Also, since the body is a '99 spec, it is a little more forgiving for 12 gram efficiency:



I'll use this one for true stock class games, but for just a limited paint format, its a hellava lot cheaper to invest in one of these for a standard vert feed:



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Likely the RF was knocked out and then the body tapped for a phantom feed.

Alternately, I went with a PTP body:

http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f3...amoSniper1.jpg

since the powerfeed screws right off, which leaves you with two convenient pre-drilled holes to attach the feed directly. Also, since the body is a '99 spec, it is a little more forgiving for 12 gram efficiency:

http://i50.photobucket.com/albums/f3...X/SDC10262.jpg

I'll use this one for true stock class games, but for just a limited paint format, its a hellava lot cheaper to invest in one of these for a standard vert feed:

http://www.iisports.com/assets/image...Xp3092a-H0.jpg

Good luck!
Running unregulated 12 grams wont destroy the internals? A powerfeed body do the holes need to be modified at all? Is the feed held on by 1 or 2 screws? What about the pre 99 snipers allows this to work better?
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Running unregulated 12 grams wont destroy the internals? - Hell no! Remember back in the day there was no regulated air.
A powerfeed body do the holes need to be modified at all? Nope, not really. I believe they were 10/32 pitch, so just get the appropriate length screw and attach using the front hole in the phantom feed adapter.
Is the feed held on by 1 or 2 screws? The phantom feed only has one hole, but I ghetto rigged a set screw for the 2nd (rear) powerfeed hole to prevent too much twisting (torqueing) when reloading.
What about the pre 99 snipers allows this to work better? In a word devolumizing; see discussion here: Snipers on 12 grams / CO2 discussion
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I'll post this here for future reference. I've had so many people ask me about this gun and it's definitely one of my favorites.


I absolutely love that gun. It started as an old 98-99 RF cocker I bought from a guy I work with. It had sat in his closet for almost a decade. I cleaned it up and removed the crappy "splash" paint job.


I then gave it to my friend to remove the feedneck and tap a hole for a phantom feedblock. The phantom feedblock fits perfectly along the curve of the body with no alteration. It's not too difficult of a modification to do.
Stock Class cocker body build. Phantom Feedblock

Then I had another friend make me a pump kit just because i wanted something unique.
GtrLvr: this on is for you

With an old duckbill asa it's the right length for me with a 13ci tank and since it's a pre2k cocker it runs 12 grams unregged with no problem. I get about 30 shots per 12 gram and about 200 on the 13.
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