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    Suggestions for mounting a Stabilizer

    Picked up a stab with 1/8 npt intake on the TOP and 1/8 exhaust on the side and was looking for suggestions on how to mount on a pro carb or maybe a phantom. I was thinking cable clamps screwed to the PC shroud or maybe a 1/8 male to male brass fitting directly into the PC intake. Any suggestions greatly appreciated!!

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    On the phantom you could mount it directly into the side of the valve, but. For the pro-carb you will need to make a clamp or cradle to mount it.

    I have a asa threaded stab if you're interested.
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      #3
      For the pro carb, Id get a couple of rail adapters to mount it on the dovetail.

      https://www.amazon.com/BESTSUN-Picat.../dp/B073LV1CJT


      https://www.amazon.com/Profile-Dovet.../dp/B0763RD75H


      Something like that scope mount and dovetail to weaver adapter. You would need to put a hopper on and measure how much dovetail. And room you have, and order rail stuff thatll fit.

      I got that gotactical weaver to dovetail adapter myself, for hanging a law on older guns. It doesnt mount square enough to be a real scope mount, but it clamps on all of my og dovetailed markers.

      Unless you can find a 45* offset scope mount in 3/8 dovetail. That would be ideal.

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        #4
        Now that I think about it, you could get fancy and replace the front sight with this reg mount, use it to help keep the cocking rod down. Then you have like 8" of friggin rail to utilize.

        But Id just slap it behind the rear sight.

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          #5
          Originally posted by BrickHaus View Post
          Now that I think about it, you could get fancy and replace the front sight with this reg mount, use it to help keep the cocking rod down. Then you have like 8" of friggin rail to utilize.

          But Id just slap it behind the rear sight.
          Thanks Brick. That's a good idea for this.

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