Hammer7 Side Air -INPUT NEEDED-
I have a straight BBA ASA input thread.
Making a 2nd thread for a Phantom Style Side Air Valve.
Choices would be....
Single Port Right
Single Port Left
Dual Side Ports (Left and Right)
Rear + Side (remote and a gauge perhaps?)
More holes=more money (keep that in mind)
If I made them, they would be
-Flush with the back of the frame
-Steel Thread insert for Grip screw
-1/8npt pipe threads in the ports
This I'd be in on. If you could make one with all three ports, rear, left, and right (makes sense for both sides, just in case plumbing the off side, left or right handed; rear to install a guage) and keep it under/around the $40 range, I'd be all over it.
I'd buy one with a left side or more port for sure.
Can you do a bba that also has a port in the side?
What about under? For air through grip.
I always wanted a false bba. Let me explain. Basically tank goes in the back as always except there no air hole there. The exits out the side into a sideline stab. The than goes from that into another port in the side of the valve
but it would probably be a one off thing....
unless there was enough interest
-Drilling grip frame
I could do it, but again it would be a one off kinda thing
What do you think it'd cost to do an air through grip on one of these? Just an estimate.
and i know them like the back of my hand, im not sure on this one
Voted left side only for around $20, and left+rear for about $30.
Reason i chose left side instead of both sides is i'd want to run the line forward & down, then around to the asa (either front fitting or side fitting), like it'd be following a long trigger guard, but don't want the line to interfere with the mag release button, which is on the right hand side.
Rear is just nice if one wanted to run a line similar to a reducer, or put a gauge, although a gauge seems inconsequential unless one were fine-tuning the op. I don't plan on tweaking the internals, outside of running different springs in case the velocity isn't acting right.
Gas-thru-grip is a cool idea, but the amount of work & cost involved makes it impractical for the price point of the pump itself.
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