Sergison Machine K frame question
every time i try to sell my gun i just cant do it. it has stock internals so im planning on sending it away for a performance tune.
about the grip. its got a hole taped in the bottom . i would like to know if anyone knows the size screw that goes in. i was thinking about putting a stock on it.
also, any suggestions for mods? i would like to put a ramp on the back and half the feed tube and flare it so i can fit tubes directly in it.
Don't put a stock on it and don't mod it. K-frames are best in simplified pistol form.
That being said, suggestions for mods in my book...
-Wedgits to help prevent roll outs
-Cooper T bolt for magical shots
-performance tune/valve work for greater efficiency
ive been out of the loop for a while. cooper t bolt? just an aftermarket bolt? or is there quality's that make it gross?
and its a pgp2 wouldn't do they make fast changers for those? i thought it was only for the original ones you had to turn like 30 times LOL
It has a fast changer and the bolt is already like a cooper-t. Performance and wedgits, if you are handy with a drill or drill press then it is actually not that hard to do the tuning yourself.
The PGP2k1 has the improved 12 gram changer, but I'm sure there's a fast changer or at least extended knob for it. It's easier to grab more and quick change it with more leverage on the changer.
oh cool, if they have an extended nob for the 2k1 it would look look nice with the extended barrel.
does anyone have any suggestions on how i would cut the feed tube to accommodate 10round tubes. OR would it have to be a completely new one to compensate for the width of the tubes.so i could stick the tube in and keep it there and change them to reload.
Then you'd be able to go this route.
You could desolder the top feedtube and mount a phantom style stockclass assembly to utilize a rock forward loading.
this is exactly what im talking about. tube forward. love it.
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