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Old 10-04-2011, 09:26 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Old 10-04-2011, 10:49 PM   #12 (permalink)
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What's the lever throw like?

Short, long, crisp, squishy,etc?
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Throw is pretty good. Crisp with the only drag being on the ball detent. Bolt has a good catch which, other than the detent, seems to be the only place causing drag. The lever itself it pretty smooth.
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so what is going on here?


is the lever/linkage arm welded to the lever's pivot rod?
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To be 100%, I feel it's lacking. I think parts of it were thrown together without much regard for fit or finish.

If you look at the top two pics I posted about the lever assembly you'll see this:
  1. Top pic, the screw that is to attach the assembly to the stock doesn't actually screw directly into the stock. It's like it's halfway in. This can also be seen in the third pic.
  2. Second pic, the link arm, where the cocking rod connects, is very rough. I plan on going over it with file to smooth it out. I also feel like the two pieces could be put together better than the way they are with the screw. It feels kind of sloppy, flimsy. Also in this picture you can see the channel in the stock. It's like it was milled haphazardly with no real measurements taken.
Also, it's hard to see, but the fit and finish on the assembly could be a little cleaner, a little more even.

All in all it works great and I'm very pleased with it.
Agreed, its definitely not as smooth as a bretg lever..i was disappointed when I got stolz noxx lever a few months ago. Glad to see you got yours, and when rick puts the body in it will be awesome!
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so what is going on here?
http://www.axial-photography.com/Oth...ever-14-XL.jpg

is the lever/linkage arm welded to the lever's pivot rod?
No, the pump arm is threaded and screws into the link that's bolted to the arm attached to the lever.

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Agreed, its definitely not as smooth as a bretg lever..i was disappointed when I got stolz noxx lever a few months ago. Glad to see you got yours, and when rick puts the body in it will be awesome!
I'm so stroked for Rick to build me a body.
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No, the pump arm is threaded and screws into the link that's bolted tor.the arm attached to the lever.



I'm so stroked for Rick to build me a body.
that's what I was asking for, the arm to the lever, how is that attached? so that they don't pivot separately?
It should be even smoother when Rick does his bolt

I do wish I could get G&H to respond to a pm. One day...
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Ohhhh, there's a rod that's welded onto the arm that runs through the lever.
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I do wish I could get G&H to respond to a pm. One day...
You got a DLG....
I think that should hold you over for some time
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You got a DLG....
I think that should hold you over for some time
I havn't sent G&H a pm since I got it :P

But if I could lever all of my pumps I would
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