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Old 06-30-2013, 11:02 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Old 07-01-2013, 01:57 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Just what I was thinking. If I figure out a wood stock and a bolt action, I think this would be the ultimate MCB gun. It's Brass, Sheridan, and Nelson all in one.
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looks really sweet, nice job! A sidetube springfeed or sc feed would be really cool.
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I've never been a fan of side feeds. However if someone were interested in getting one done, I'm sure I could handle it. The spring feed would be a challenge given the travel on my machine but I'm sure I could do it in some way.

The pump would be a little awkward too.
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What's the price point and is removable barrel an option?
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As much as I would love to offer a removable barrel option, I just don't have the tools to do it. Anything I could do wouldn't be the kind of quality I'd be comfortable shipping out. I am using Ty's .678 barrel stock to try and cover today's small paint though.

For a side tube and spring feed body it wold run $185. If you have a Sheridan front and rear feed plug, it would be cheaper by $20. Shoot me a PM if you want to talk about it more.

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Old 07-22-2013, 08:09 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Well I got to shoot it this last weekend at PP. I got it shooting great with HPA but ran hot with co2. After some adjusting it really ended up shooting well.

The EMR GI paint fit the barrel great even though it was very small and about 1/2 were rolling out of my .679 freak insert. When I measured the barrel with plug gauges it measured about a .677.

It was shooting comparable to my phantom in terms of accuracy And just like a sterling in terms of smoothness.

The only complaint I had was that I still cannot get used to the tilt back to feed.

It may be going up for sale soon to fund a new project though.
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Tilting back will feel more natural to use if you're NOT shouldering your gun. As a pistol-ish setup the tilt happens more naturally as you pump the gun.
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Well I got to shoot it this last weekend at PP. I got it shooting great with HPA but ran hot with co2. After some adjusting it really ended up shooting well.

The EMR GI paint fit the barrel great even though it was very small and about 1/2 were rolling out of my .679 freak insert. When I measured the barrel with plug gauges it measured about a .677.

It was shooting comparable to my phantom in terms of accuracy And just like a sterling in terms of smoothness.

The only complaint I had was that I still cannot get used to the tilt back to feed.

It may be going up for sale soon to fund a new project though.
Was that you that had it on the deck on friday night?

I know i asked whoever was holding it if they had made it......then i got distracted by something. My beer, a butterfly, the pretty girl with the nice legs. im easily distracted some times lol.

However, it did look very clean and compact. well done!
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Old 07-23-2013, 12:24 AM   #30 (permalink)
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Jakal, It's just not my thing. Every few years I start to think I'll be alright with it and I am wrong each time. I started stock class with a phantom and rock forward just feels natural to me.

Dukie, thanks for the comments. That may or may not have been me on friday holding it it was getting passed around like a dirty bunkhouse whore. I was often getting distracted as well....mostly by beer though.


Anyway, I'm going to figure out a price and get this thing listed soon. I'm going to need to fund making a reverse feed brassterling.
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