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  • ChoSanJuan
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    Originally posted by GanonsGrin View Post
    There are a few people who made custom mod kits for the Hammer 7s, but for the most part I think people just like to use them for home brew sniper mods. I think the shotgun mod that people emulate a lot was the Bodi shotgun (or maybe Jason’s mod)? I think?

    this kit was done by Epoch in Canada, called the Mare’s Leg kit.
    Mine is pretty Bodi-esque. I printed all the parts, repainted my Nerf red dot for funsies, rock and cock feed tube for about 25 balls. I call it Longboi. Freaks the kids out.

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  • GanonsGrin
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    There are a few people who made custom mod kits for the Hammer 7s, but for the most part I think people just like to use them for home brew sniper mods. I think the shotgun mod that people emulate a lot was the Bodi shotgun (or maybe Jason’s mod)? I think?

    this kit was done by Epoch in Canada, called the Mare’s Leg kit.

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  • JeepDVLZ45
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    I took a chance on a spider spring kit, it looks like there is a similar spring in it. I’ll keep you posted, should have had it yesterday, but it looks like it’s coming today

  • Cdn_Cuda
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    Certainly looks like a Spyder spring but I don’t have a Spyder spring to compare with.

  • Tarsun2
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    interesting.
    i always thought the OG spyder hammers would be the most sought after.
    I've never dealt with 1st strike and know nothing about it.

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  • William the Third
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    I was lucky and got my olive Hammer 7 LNIB (only had been used to to fire most of the 10 sample first strike rounds it came with) for $50 right before the price of these skyrocketed. It's a nice marker, but definitely not worth the prices some of them have been going for.

  • Toestr
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    Originally posted by Tarsun2 View Post
    why is the hammer 7 so prized?
    Mostly because it's a pump that is a) side cocking so making it bolt action is as easy as replacing the screw with a longer one; and b) cut for fsr from the bottom from the factory. Not a fabulous gun by any means. The hack job sniper rifle mods only made sense when you could buy these for dirt cheap, not the current prices.

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  • Cdn_Cuda
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    Combination of price and being able to shoot First Strike. People like to mod them into rifles or “shotguns". There are a hole bunch of great mods people have done to them.
    Last edited by Cdn_Cuda; 01-27-2022, 01:39 PM.

  • Tarsun2
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    why is the hammer 7 so prized?

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  • Cdn_Cuda
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    Good to know!

  • William the Third
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    The rubber nubbin detent are replaceable. They are a bit different (shorter mainly) than common Spyder ones. It's a good idea to have extra, as all it takes is one wrong twist of the barrel when switching between hopper/mag, and you'll slice the rear one. In a pinch the forward one can be used in the rear, but you may get roll outs.

    Replace the feedneck screws with hex key (allen) headed screws so you can use a ball-end bit to install them. Philips heads were a stupid idea, which Kingman is still doing on some modern Spyders.

    The pump stroke is too long, which allows a vigorous pumping action to open the valve slightly, releasing a small load of air. A spacer, like a US nickle, glued in the pump grip limits rearward travel, solving the problem.

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  • Cdn_Cuda
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    Yes, I get into the drivetrain and spring and compare it to an old Diablo pump I have. Otherwise I just have cocker springs to compare.

  • JeeperCreeper
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    I wonder if ther are similar at all to Spyder main springs. You can usually get a kit for cheap.

  • JeepDVLZ45
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    Any chance you can include info on the hammer spring?

    I’m trying to source a replacement for mine. It was super corroded when I got it and it looked like someone cut it down. I’m not 100% it was even the stock spring.

    Right now I’m running a red CCI spring. It a little too short and I top out at 260fps. (I’d love to get that extra 20FPS)

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  • Cdn_Cuda
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    Mag arrived!

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    Standard mag setup. Metal cap on top of a spring, pull down on the little tab and lock it sideway at the bottom to load, remember to unlock so spring pressure is on the balls allowing the balls to load.

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    Top of the mag you can see designed to fit First Strikes. You can also see the littler retainer lip that prevents multiple feeds.

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    I have yet to try the mag and have never used a First Strike so others will need to chime in on their experiences.

    Generally I believe the preference is to change or modify the mag well to accept Dye mags. Apparently you can modify the existing mag well to use TIPX- style mags as well.
    Last edited by Cdn_Cuda; 01-29-2022, 12:48 AM.

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