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Old 04-06-2014, 07:35 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Question:

If the Warsensor used "non-standard" threads (ie. metric) and the Armotech used "standard" threads (ie. ASA), what did the Ariakon use?

I always found distinguishing between the 3 brands a bit confusing. Granted, the last time I looked into it was a bit after I had heard things like this were going down and I just didn't want to bother figuring it out.
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Old 04-06-2014, 10:05 PM   #22 (permalink)
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To clarify: my Armotech had metric body threads, too. The Warsensor just has more of them (the CO2 plug, the pierce pin, etc). Not sure about the bottomline but I think those are standard.
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Does anyone know what threads the Warsensor detent is? I'm assuming different from Cocker - what should I re-thread it to to use those?
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So, is the general consensus, that Armotech marker threads were the same as Ariakon? And the Warsensor was the one with a few more funky ones?
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Old 04-08-2014, 09:04 AM   #25 (permalink)
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Now the warsensor guys were the armotech guys before that. I believe it was conflict with the core ZX, so changes may have started before the name change

I know the first warsensor I saw still had the armotech fiber gripframe on it.

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It was painful for someone trying to play with the pistol. That is the root of my prejudice for the one with the most universal threads. The company would be different sometimes before the pistols were on the shelves.

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