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Old 10-25-2011, 07:51 PM   #1 (permalink)
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It's not too difficult did it in about 2 hours including running to the hardware store for a new pump rod and screw.
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Looks good!
Whats the part number on that trigger group and where did you get it?
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Ya know, I've always wanted to try and put together some kind of KP Carbine type pump. Nice work
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My KPMI had the same - nice snappy trigger to be honest. Looks great.
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Its 397-046 $19.06 from crosmans customer service
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whats the model # of that stock again? its fairly widely available right? what kinds of modifications did you have to do to the stock?

p.s. with what/how did you make the pump arm? I did it with a die and some zinc rod, is that what you did?
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Part # is in the post above yours ^^^^^ I used 3/16 round stock and bent it to shape and used a 10-32 iirc die to cut the threads. Had to drill and countersink a new hole for the front frame screw in the stock. Tried to get the two side screws in the rear of the gun but failed miserably drilling the holes perfectly by hand and broke one screw off and said forget it about the other. Maybe in a few weeks when I have a drill press.
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What are the separate part numbers for the trigger group and stock?

Very cool!
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Part # is in the post above yours ^^^^^ I used 3/16 round stock and bent it to shape and used a 10-32 iirc die to cut the threads. Had to drill and countersink a new hole for the front frame screw in the stock. Tried to get the two side screws in the rear of the gun but failed miserably drilling the holes perfectly by hand and broke one screw off and said forget it about the other. Maybe in a few weeks when I have a drill press.
oh ok, what about the model number of the trigger group?

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Trigger is 397-046 $19.06 and the stock is cb9a011 $34.61 both ordered from crosman.
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