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MattG4 02-26-2012 07:59 PM

question about muzzle breaks and speedfeeds pmi-1 SC
 
well I'm getting an immaculate condition pmi-1 SC soon with a longgrip (guess thats what you call em) 12-gram changer in front and was looking into also buy a muzzle break from bacci paintball, but found that they are simple slip over the barrel type of deal, and was simply wondering if this would interfer with changing 12-grams and/or are worth the money and if they quiet down the shots at all. Also looking into getting a speedfeed for it found here stock sheridan speed feed, great shape but missing allen screws to secure to sheridan body and was wondering if it was also worth it and how well they work. Thanks for any and all help!

mailmanmike 02-26-2012 10:07 PM

I can't speak for the muzzle break because i haven't had the opportunity to use mine in a game yet but I can say that the speed feed is a good investment. It makes reloading a breeze.

MattG4 02-26-2012 11:13 PM

I'm set on the speedfeed, now just to choose which one I want, the pull-pin type speedfeed or the lever style, any advice / personal opinions on these would also be awesome.

Timber_Ghost 02-27-2012 05:57 PM

I had a lever version. It was really nice.

MattG4 03-02-2012 02:04 PM

welp, i ended up getting apalmers feed plug which i got in today and its awesome, also picked up a muzzle break from bacci which i got today also. the muzzle break did not work with my fast change without a bit of personal sanding. That is where my brass shining skills taught to me from my good ol military school comes in, where the fast chance and muzzle break interfer, I took 100 grit sandpaper and vigourously sanded down a bit of the the metal, but not all the way through, then I took 2000 grit a made it nice a smooth, to make it look like a nice mirrior finish, I took some blue magic to finish it off, overal, I'm happy with the results. the only downfall is now I have this nice silver mirrior spot of my muzzle break, I'm contemplating finishing the entire thing, even though it will cause my hands some nice cramps haha. tell me what you guys think? I'll get pictures tonight.


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