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Old 07-05-2008, 05:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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SB Comp feed / parts

I purchased a BE SB Comp from a user here that needs a little bit of restoration work. It holds air and shoots fine, however the direct feed and the safety are missing. Any ideas where I can find a safety? I see rcpaintball has the ball, but not the actual safety itself, I'll probably see if I can get a Sheridan safety to fit which makes life a little easier.

As far as the feed, I might try to just rig up a spring and use the upper tube for a SC feed (holds 10+1 that way), alternately I may want to put a direct feed back on. It looks like a Spyder feedneck (holes style) would fit nicely with just a couple of holes drilled, although the back hole would be blocked by the valve plug. I was also thinking a Phantom feedblock might fit, if I used a 10 round instead of the feed tube so it wasn't blocking the 12 gram slot. Anyone have any experience with replacing/repairing a direct feed on the Nightmare series?
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Old 07-06-2008, 11:08 PM   #2 (permalink)
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A Sheridan safety should work for it. I just had an interesting idea for a feed. What if you were to use a pair of cut-down scope rings to hold something to the body? That might negate the necessity of drilling/cutting the body. These things are getting pretty difficult to find.
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