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Bushmaster or Icon Z grab it and I will buy it.
|hmudd13 ||12-19-2006 01:06 AM |
It looks like a J&J but it's not for a bushy or a Z1.
The groove would be closer to the end of the barrel.:hammer:
|Tom222 ||12-19-2006 01:37 AM |
^ agreed...early J&J
|triggerhappy ||12-19-2006 01:45 AM |
I think I have thee if any one wants them I have 2 in 12" and 1 in 14" but remember, I dont know what these barrels are so if you buy it there are no promise it will fit. Also if anyone knows for sure what they are, please tell me.
|Painthappy ||12-19-2006 08:15 AM |
Yup.. just piping in... J&J barrel.. I have one here... Very nice.
|Robertsr ||12-19-2006 08:32 AM |
Didn't one of the early tippies have a slip fit? Like the pump? Or have I been drinking again...
|Chappy ||12-19-2006 08:50 AM |
Not a Bushy/Montneel, slip fit notch is to far forward. Early tippy's were slip fit, but were not notched. Not a Taso typhoon either, that looks closer to the bushy. Maybe a Line SI Advantage? I know they're diff then the bushy's, but I've never seen one so that's just a guess/possibility.
|HP_Lovecraft ||12-19-2006 10:34 AM |
The Advantage had a shorter sleeve, but the groove is in the same spot as the pumps, so it couldnt be that.
Could be Tippmann 68-Special or SL-68? That J&J barrel dates to the early 90s, so it would make sense.
There were also a bunch of slip-fit guns in the early 90s? TM-117, and Stinger? Maybe one of those?
|Robertsr ||12-19-2006 10:46 AM |
TM didn't have a grove, and the barrel was 7/8ths, not one inch. Might be a Stinger/Scorpion. We have someone on the board that has one for sale right now that might be able to confirm...
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