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Old 05-14-2011, 12:15 AM   #81 (permalink)
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As for hole size and threading...depends on your kit. IIRC...they were the standard 10-32 fittings.
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To figure out where to drill, put the CVX valve back in the gun, stick a ruler inside the gun, until it hits the back of the valve. Write down that measurement. Now remove the valve and look at it. Measure from the back of the valve, to a point centered on that cut in the back of the valve. Add that to your previous measurement.

You should have gotten 4 9/32" as your measurement. If you skipped the previous paragraph like a lazy bum, we will be drilling our hole exactly 4 inches and 9/32 of an inch in from the rear of the gun body. This is centered right on the channel in the back of the valve when it is installed in the gun.
That came from a guy who did it a while back...had it copied into a word file when I was thinking of modding my Pro-Carb...

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Old 05-15-2011, 03:35 PM   #82 (permalink)
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Chop and drop Pro-Carbine I did. Lots of fun on the field. Too bad it was stolen.

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Chop and drop Pro-Carbine I did. Lots of fun on the field. Too bad it was stolen.

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looks awesome man, very clean job
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Chop and drop Pro-Carbine I did. Lots of fun on the field. Too bad it was stolen.

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dude!....that looks awesome. what is that shell called/where did you get it?
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Old 05-15-2011, 04:44 PM   #85 (permalink)
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Its a hi-point carbine replacement stock made by ATI.

I don't remember where I got the stock from, but its common, and maybe cheap on e-bay.

ATI Hi-Point 9mm Carbine Replacement Stock: MSP Scope Mounts

It doesn't have side panels where the receiver goes, so those have to be made, but it seems like it would be a good stock for any number of pb markers to fit in.
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Old 05-15-2011, 05:11 PM   #86 (permalink)
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right on... do you have a pic of the other side by chance?
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That is bangin, how difficult was it to drop it in? What all had to be modded on the procarb to fit?
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Old 05-16-2011, 12:41 PM   #88 (permalink)
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Thanks Hellbatman.

Sweet looking marker Enron.
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Unfortunately I don't have a pic of the other side. Wish I could show you what I did to keep the feed neck area looking clean.

As far as mods to the carb, I had to cut as much of the grip off as possible leaving the essentials intact, and also remove the front grip (other than the short feed tube part). I saved the bottom of the pro carb grip and modded it to fit in the magazine well of the rifle stock for the asa mount.

The stock requires a good amount of material removal in the grip area to make room for the portion of the carb grip that I left. I was able to accomplish that with some good sharp 5/16 and 3/8 drill bits. Also need to drill a hole for the air line to come down just in front of the trigger. Not sure if it was possible, but maybe with some creative air line routing, the remote adapter could be mounted back in rear of the stock.

You have to exercise caution when removing material for the barrel so as not to damage the posts that some of the stock's screws thread into.

Other than that, you have to make some awesome custom side panels out of a material that is easy for you to work with (I used a softer plastic sheet material).

Wish I still had it so I could take a bunch of detail pics.

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