I'm completely new to pump(s),
picked this Sheridan up and I wanted to add a rail system, I'm still not done with the build though, but I wanted to see what you all think
Who wants to get Pwnd first?
How to make brass even heavier! LOL
So is that basically at FOG shroud of some kind that just slid over the barrel? Its kinda cool, looks like a shot gun!
Bringing Brass to Mil-Sim
It's a rail system for a Ruger 10/22
I only had to remove a small bit of metal around the feedneck area but other than that, yeah it just slides onto it and clamps down up front
Fit like a glove and enough room for everything to work as it should
Anyone know what other frames can be made to fit these markers
Why do the rails extend beyond the grip frame? Are you mounting something behind there? What accessories are you going to put on the rails? Particularly the side rails....
rails are so long because the thing is made for a rifle, I really didn't want to cut it down that much Lol
As for what I'm going to mount onto it all, there's a gun show I'm going to this weekend so ill pick up a few things or what ever will look good on it, green laser, red dot.... whatever
I know everyone is thinking about the weight but I'm a big guy and she doesn't seem heavy to me
I'm thinking if there's any way to add a collapseable stock to it to make look more shotgunny
You should get one of Titus' delrin pump handles for it. Longer and thicker than the stock one you have on there now, also it will make it more shotgun like.
you will have to either get an adapter or modify a automag/autococker frame for an alternate grip frame. Personally I have those same grips, and they are comfiest right handed grips I've used. they are relatively rare.
Damn it, of all the luck when I tore the marker down to replace screws, seals and lube it up, the front frame screw was striped out
Any help with how to fix this?
Dan sells a solution on his site Bacci paintball
Sheridan steel nutsert alternative. One included - Sheridan Small Parts - Sheridan - Pump Parts - Parts
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