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|08-19-2012, 08:21 AM||#61 (permalink)|
Not one of the cool kids
Join Date: Nov 2008
Location: 6000' high in Co.
I picked one of these up at D-day 2 years ago. It's now with Walz. I was having a heck of a time getting a 12 gram to seal in mine. I'm keeping it exactly the way it came to me, no hotwork,polishing or refinishing. Can't wait to get that sucker back and be able to actually use it.
|08-20-2012, 05:08 AM||#62 (permalink)|
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Sth Oz
You will have a hard time getting the 12 grams to seal Hooligan the front chamber plugs on these ones have an extra hole drilled perpendicular to the pierce pin hole, a throw back to the twin 12 gram original fitment. You either have to plug the hole or get a K2 chamber plug.
|10-30-2012, 02:16 PM||#63 (permalink)|
Hooligan's K rifleWas a bit gummed up so I cleaned this up and gave it
a new valve rebuild (and changed out the chamber plug) was
shooting low numbers (230-250) so I changed the original bolt
for a modified kp bolt and she now
shoots 280's + no problem. Looks the same,
I just opened the air passage hole in center
of bolt to 3/8 (from 3/16), and ported the transfer
hole a bit. Still need to offset the bolt pin and
attach cocking knob on right side.
Original bolt will go home with marker.
One thing that is really cool about this marker
is that if you wanted to run a remote line you
simply unscrew cap at bottom and screw in air line
(you do need to leave a 12 in but I think that is very cool)..
Also really love the long stock...
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