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Old 12-04-2015, 06:32 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Specifically which hammerhead. I see they have a few, just wondering the difference between them?

EDIT: it seems like the battlestikxx is 14" and the bangstikxx is 16" is that the only difference?

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Yes that's the only difference between those two. They show different muzzles in the stock picture, but it's optional whether you get one or not and which style when you purchase.
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And with the adapter from CCM you don't need a HH sizer backing or is the adapter for that backing? Thanks for helping me out!
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Specifically which hammerhead. I see they have a few, just wondering the difference between them?

EDIT: it seems like the battlestikxx is 14" and the bangstikxx is 16" is that the only difference?
All hammerheads are the same internally only their length or tip style is different. I use the Scenario Mofo on my SR-1 and the TPX hammerhead on my Milsigs since there's no fin.

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And with the adapter from CCM you don't need a HH sizer backing or is the adapter for that backing? Thanks for helping me out!
Correct.
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And with the adapter from CCM you don't need a HH sizer backing or is the adapter for that backing? Thanks for helping me out!


If your first strike is loose in your barrel,you will need a sizer or just never point your barrel down.

You can shoot loose and tight FS thru your barrel but it has been my experience that sized FS are more accurate and that is what the rifle/barrel is about. FSH (first shot hit)
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Some of the Hammerhead barrels do not have removable tips. I don't recall which model of barrels they are though.
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Some of the Hammerhead barrels do not have removable tips. I don't recall which model of barrels they are though.
Yea I got one off of eBay for $35 shipped with a non removable tip. For that price I could care less though.
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Added a carrying handle. Need to add a black hardline and black CCM hardline fittings. Bill would you pleas repost the cut out SR1 so I can see the best location to run a hardline. I'm thinking the rear of the mag well under the trigger guard.
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