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  • Tracker
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    not that im aware of

  • KingxSlinky666
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    Welp, looks like I'm in for another gun. Does it ever end?

  • stealthfox1
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    you install the PNA like an ordinary 3way. its just that simple

  • KingxSlinky666
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    This is relevant to my interests. Do you just press something on the front block?

  • Kit
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    Haven't played with it in about 10 years but it was always a good time when I played with it. It never gave me an issues.

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  • XEMON
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    That's pretty much what I was wanting to build ... Then I found a tjd kit ...
    That look sweet, how does it shoot?

  • Kit
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    I've had this for awhile.


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  • sandfreestyle
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    If only full kits were available again....... cough cough

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  • XEMON
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    I've been thinking of picking up one of these and 3D print an over the barrel pump handle, then I found a complete kit ...

    Might have to revisit that option ...

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  • tjd10684
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    Click image for larger version

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    Here is the drawing of the base cap if that helps. I was planning on releasing something like this so that if people wanted to try their hand at 3d printing their own they had a good reference to start with.

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  • sandfreestyle
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    Originally posted by tjd10684 View Post
    tube under the head and then you have a pretty simple hitman mod.
    This is pretty much my first idea but haven't tried it yet. I have a second idea that is more involved but would cause less wear.

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  • tjd10684
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    Well I'm not sure a hitman tang is a good idea on those. since there is no rotational stabilization it could just rotate to the right side of the gun and be really hard to "find" while playing. Secondly because the 3 way is only supported by the orings if you move the pull point away from the axis you might get binding or premature wear in the valve body and stem. All that being said though I can tell you that the set screw that holds the cap onto the valve stem is 10-32 so if you wanted to experiment for cheep you could just use a long 10-32 screw as your hitman mod. If its not binding and working how you want then you can just put some washers or a tube under the head and then you have a pretty simple hitman mod.

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  • sandfreestyle
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    Originally posted by tjd10684 View Post
    If your looking at a full length arm from the block end 4.925 is where I was drilling them. Tap size is 4-40. If your looking for a screw you want a shoulder screw I forget the length exactly I'm pretty sure its over 1/8" you can try this part# from mcmaster carr 97345A101
    That's some great info! Thank you

    Now just to figure out a "hitman mod" for the lite PA 3-way

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  • Tracker
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    a through hole AT arm would be a whole lot nicer than the pin i had to use because of the empire one (and sand down a bunch)

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  • tjd10684
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    If your looking at a full length arm from the block end 4.925 is where I was drilling them. Tap size is 4-40. If your looking for a screw you want a shoulder screw I forget the length exactly I'm pretty sure its over 1/8" you can try this part# from mcmaster carr 97345A101

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