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Does anyone have a copy of the DIY halfblocking guide? Halfcocker.com is down and a friend of mine has apparently just found out about half-blocking He's a machinist looking for something to tinker with I think.

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pbnation has it in the "voided warranty sections" or something like that. I sent an email to Jarrett and he referred me to there.

.900" from the bottom to the horizontal cut, 3.200" from the front of the barrel threads to the back of the vertical cut. .25" endmill, 1.125" long slot, starting .25" from the vertical cut (or .375 off center).
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halfcocker has been down for almost a month now but I believe that the do it yourself is on customcockers.com
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Autococker Articles - Custom Cockers Forum

copy of it in the articles section
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pbnation has it in the "voided warranty sections" or something like that. I sent an email to Jarrett and he referred me to there.

.900" from the bottom to the horizontal cut, 3.200" from the front of the barrel threads to the back of the vertical cut. .25" endmill, 1.125" long slot, starting .25" from the vertical cut (or .375 off center).
I'll confirm that. I did 3 today.

Slot in the hammer is .150 deep and .725 long from the front (that hits the valve)
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I was actually telling him about the great deal I'm getting on the one I'm sending to you and that got him interested in it. I pointed him your way for parts, if you sell just the parts.
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I was actually telling him about the great deal I'm getting on the one I'm sending to you and that got him interested in it. I pointed him your way for parts, if you sell just the parts.
I do. Lots of people buy just the parts.

Not very entertaining though. Straight cuts are boring.
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