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Old 05-29-2014, 01:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Who made this bolt?

Thought I'd seen about every sheridan part made but this one is new to me. Front is delrin. Back end is steel. Works like a speed demon Any idea?





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Old 05-29-2014, 08:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The delrin part looks very much like my Cooper-T bolt, but the steel end is very different. This one looks like it's meant to run with or without a pump, with enough meat and the knurled end to grab the bolt by hand. Did Mr. Toombs do custom work?
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Old 05-29-2014, 01:42 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I haven't figured out what the notch under the pump rod hole is for. Also should probably check the diameter as it very well could be a PG bolt.
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That is only the second one of those I have ever seen... I am going to say that it may be some R&D from Cooper-T.. look at the depth of that Knurl.... Just screams Cooper-T.

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My first thought before reading everyone's thoughts was Cooper-T. Where'd you stumble upon this?
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Definitely an odd one. Does look well made. Another odd thing is the cocking pin goes all the way through. The allen is on the top not the bottom. Probably better for wear but kind of painful unless the gun has a quick strip slot.
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Cooper-T. I have the longer PMI version with the under cut and it has COOPER-T on it.
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Yeah I have had all the Cooper T variations. I have an undershot bolt like you're talking about. The back end is steel but it's shorter, not knurled and stamped Cooper T. Just never saw one with a back end like the one I posted.
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