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Old 05-09-2014, 05:30 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Another easy one is drilling the trigger guard for ease of grip screw removal. Doesn't need to be a large diameter bit, just big enough to get an Allen key through.
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Old 05-12-2014, 12:08 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I'm a big fan of the Sheridan battle grips. They make the small grip frame much more comfortable to hold. Also, a speed loader makes life so much easier. I replaced the stock (crap) speed loader on my PGP2 with an aluminum speed loader. A word of warning - installing a speed loader like this on a PGP2 does require some dremel work to install properly. I had to grind a notch in the upper feed tube to get the peg into the correct position. I also had to shave down the lip that is typically found at the end of the speed loader as it prevented the bolt from retracting far enough to cock. This will also result in the loss of the rear sight. It's not in the photo but I compensated for this by installing a snap on 12 gauge fiber optic sight (it's actually an improvement). Lastly, a WGP trigger shoe makes the trigger pull much more comfortable.

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Old 05-13-2014, 01:42 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Thanks for the reminder. I think I have that one bookmarked.
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There are some really in depth threads on valve mods and tuning. 3022 has some pretty extreme ones and usually posted the matching stats. I think Walz posted some info as well. Most stuff can be done at home with basic tools (and patience) on these too which is a plus. Order I would do stuff:
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- Fasst Changer
- Feed plug leash
- Valve modification
- Barrel porting (if it's a PGP2)
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There are some really in depth threads on valve mods and tuning.
Anything stickied?
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I'm a big fan of the Sheridan battle grips. They make the small grip frame much more comfortable to hold. Also, a speed loader makes life so much easier. I replaced the stock (crap) speed loader on my PGP2 with an aluminum speed loader. A word of warning - installing a speed loader like this on a PGP2 does require some dremel work to install properly. I had to grind a notch in the upper feed tube to get the peg into the correct position. I also had to shave down the lip that is typically found at the end of the speed loader as it prevented the bolt from retracting far enough to cock. This will also result in the loss of the rear sight. It's not in the photo but I compensated for this by installing a snap on 12 gauge fiber optic sight (it's actually an improvement). Lastly, a WGP trigger shoe makes the trigger pull much more comfortable.

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I do have a speedloader for it. I plan on installing it but it does need some modifications to get it to fit straight instead of at an angle.
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There are some really in depth threads on valve mods and tuning. 3022 has some pretty extreme ones and usually posted the matching stats. I think Walz posted some info as well. Most stuff can be done at home with basic tools (and patience) on these too which is a plus.
Are any of these threads stickied or hard to find?
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That's the thread you want, I've done most of these mods to great success.
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That's the thread you want, I've done most of these mods to great success.
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