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Old 08-23-2015, 07:46 PM   #1611 (permalink)
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We can hand crank that lathe ! We don't need a CNC Bill has been eye balling stuff for years!
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Old 08-23-2015, 07:52 PM   #1612 (permalink)
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No furniture or barrel. There are just to many options to carry.

It will be the basic gun with 2 mags. It will go to one mag after the back orders are filled.
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Old 08-23-2015, 08:13 PM   #1613 (permalink)
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I have always used the tip of an empty 12 gram to twist open or tighten the 12 gram knob on my SR1. The new style looks sweet!
Just the tip or do you need to work it with your fingers?
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Old 08-26-2015, 05:00 PM   #1614 (permalink)
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Ok,here is the final design for the 12 gram knob.There is a 4 lead thread for a faster seat / seal. Maybe it will pierce those JT 12 grams now. And we put the EZ grip texture on it for a better non-slip grip

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Gotta love more thread leads for speed. Interesting fact, I work for the company that invented the triple start thread, or so I am told.
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Ok,here is the final design for the 12 gram knob.There is a 4 lead thread for a faster seat / seal. Maybe it will pierce those JT 12 grams now. And we put the EZ grip texture on it for a better non-slip grip

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Old 08-26-2015, 05:27 PM   #1617 (permalink)
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So we're just going to ignore this gold?:
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Just the tip or do you need to work it with your fingers?

The new 12 gram knob looks good. Any reason for the "clover" cutout?
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Old 08-27-2015, 12:37 PM   #1618 (permalink)
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So we're just going to ignore this gold?:



The new 12 gram knob looks good. Any reason for the "clover" cutout?

we thought it would look better than a big hole.
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Old 08-31-2015, 02:43 PM   #1619 (permalink)
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SSr barrel adapter

Ok, while making the auto cocker threaded adapter for the SSr we decided to make an adapter for the HH barrel that allows the barrel to screw in directly without the sizer. So in essence it eliminates the smooth bore adapter leading into the rifled barrel. Thus eliminating the "jump" to the rifling

We also put flats on the adapter and a little more space between the body and the delta ring to ease the installation of the forearm.

The First Strike is loaded directly into the rifling. These will also fit the SR1.





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Old 08-31-2015, 02:53 PM   #1620 (permalink)
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Ok, while making the auto cocker threaded adapter for the SSr we decided to make an adapter for the HH barrel that allows the barrel to screw in directly without the sizer. So in essence it eliminates the smooth bore adapter leading into the rifled barrel. Thus eliminating the "jump" to the rifling

We also put flats on the adapter and a little more space between the body and the delta ring to ease the installation of the forearm.

The First Strike is loaded directly into the rifling. These will also fit the SR1.

https://machineshopdpm.com/webphotos/DSCF2079.JPG

https://machineshopdpm.com/webphotos/DSCF2080.JPG

https://machineshopdpm.com/webphotos/DSCF2081.JPG
That's pretty awesome. Having to deal with those fins was always pretty annoying so it'll be good to not need them on the ssr.
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