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Old 04-01-2013, 03:49 PM   #21 (permalink)
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You can pull the trigger so slow that it will bleed off. It has to be deliberate, unless you preload the trigger a little when you shoot. A deliberate pull and the marker shoots, let go and pull again and it shoots again. You aren't tripping a sear, you are pressing a button that redirects/shuts off airflow. It's a lot of fun to shoot.
And after you do the triggermod, the travel is very very short.
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I think that's the point of the G1M.
Mech with an aluminum body.
I would prefer something without rails or the added bulk, but it could be a good starting point.
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The next step is to get someone going on all-metal bodies for it. Something like TechT did for the Ions. I am fine with the polymer frame but the body plastic does feel a little weak.
Try hacking one up with a Dremel. They are tougher
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I think that's the point of the G1M.
Mech with an aluminum body.
?? The G1M isn't going to have an aluminum body....
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?? The G1M isn't going to have an aluminum body....
I thought it was.
Guess Im wrong.
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G1M's will be composite bodied just like current G1's. It's still a pretty darn tough body by anybody's standard and by sticking with composite you won't have to haul a boat anchor around the field to get used to shooting one. I play stupidly aggressive and have yet to manage to damage a G1 body and I've been shooting the G1 and SP1 for years now.
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The next step is to get someone going on all-metal bodies for it. Something like TechT did for the Ions. I am fine with the polymer frame but the body plastic does feel a little weak.
I don't know if calling the plastic part a body is entirely accurate. It's really more like a cover. The feedneck is the only part molded into the plastic. The rest of the gun is mounted in a metal tube inside the cover. Were it not for the feedneck, you could use the gun without the plastic "body."
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I don't know if calling the plastic part a body is entirely accurate. It's really more like a cover. The feedneck is the only part molded into the plastic. The rest of the gun is mounted in a metal tube inside the cover. Were it not for the feedneck, you could use the gun without the plastic "body."
That is what I am referring to. I would like the feedneck to be part of the metal body, with detent covers to hold the detents in place.
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If it's any help, my SP1 is ridiculously tough and has recieved more scrapes and drops than anything else I've owned. Actually it's an ex rental as well! So it must have had a hard life
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