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Old 01-02-2011, 11:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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what would you like to see in a new sterling?

I was just chatting with a friend and thinking about what we would like to see stock on a sterling... my top suggestion was 1/8-27 npt air fitting threads from the factory. how about you?
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Standardize all threads, undercocking, and make the vert adapter rail-based rather than hang it off the trigger frame.
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Standardize all threads, undercocking, and make the vert adapter rail-based rather than hang it off the trigger frame.
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Standardize all threads, undercocking, and make the vert adapter rail-based rather than hang it off the trigger frame.
yep, do this.
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[QUOTE=MassDestruction00;1619059] My top suggestion was 1/8-27 npt air fitting threads from the factory. QUOTE]

I agree. In addition, I'd lose those 'hard-to-find' European 'banjo' fittings for the Stocker and the side-taps, and make them 10-32 thread so you can use pneumatic logic fittings............
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With the way the valve is installed it would be nice to add two o-rings to the part of the valve body that fits in the bottom tube and route an air channel through the body to the vert ASA and lose the side/rear fitting completely.
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With the way the valve is installed it would be nice to add two o-rings to the part of the valve body that fits in the bottom tube and route an air channel through the body to the vert ASA and lose the side/rear fitting completely.
Interesting concept.
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Cocker threads.
Spyder threads are fine, and spyder barrels are way cheaper normally
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Spyder barrels are cheaper because nobody wants them.


Slightly off topic...
(Meanwhile, if anybody knows where I can get an affordable sterling, I would like to cocker thread one. I already know I can cocker thread a spyder, so I would rather take a swing at the old sterling threads.)
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