KPCS Peacemaker Review
I promised Ken that I would do a review on the Peacemaker, so here is my first review on MCB.
I contacted Ken in June about commissioning a Peacemaker. The Peacemaker would have 14" barrels with the option of both stock class and open class feeds. As for color, I already own a Ditto Deuce from Ken that I wanted the Peacemaker to match, Starlight Translucent Red.
I put down my first payment on June 20, 2011. I received it on November 12, 2011. Ken did not agree to a specific time frame, but I asked if he could finish it by the beginning of November. As with any custom order from any airsmith, it is wait a see, but I was not concerned because I already had previous experience with Ken. He created a thread in his section that provided updates on the progress of the Peacemaker's completion.
a Order for a Peacemaker
Now for the review(Picures First):
Stock Class Setup weighs in at 3lbs 12.2oz which includes the 12g changer and stock class feed.
Open Class Setup weighs in at 3lbs 5.9oz, open class feed without 12g changer.
Overall, The Peacemaker is an eye catching marker. Since it is made out of Phantom parts, it performs like a Phantom. It is two phantoms in over/under configuration. The only part made was the pump arms. Every other part was either stock or modified from Phantom parts. It shoots great with no kick firing both barrels. You would not notice a difference from a regular Phantom when playing with the Peacemaker due to the over/under configuration.
If you decide to purchase a Peacemaker, I would recommend getting both barrels bored for freak inserts and if you have larger hands to get a larger pump handle.
Love that red colour.
That looks to be a newer style pump handle compared to the original runs. It looks a lot beefier and easier to hold. :thumbup:
Oh I like it. always been a fan of doubles
Do both balls shoot at same velocity? in other words do they hit the target at the same time?
ooh I would like to see and hear more about the wire detent :)
That gun is my ideal double barrel. Definately on my wtb list:)
Its purpose is to keep the bottom ball from dropping down all the way to the bottom of the breech. Normally the bottom ball would drop to the bottom of the breech, but that would make the top ball sitting on top of the bottom ball fall too far to be aligned with the top barrel thus causing chopped balls.
Using this diagram, it is located underneath the bottom ball, elevating it enough to align the top ball with the top barrel.
That's exactly what phantoms/redux's/r7's would need for any raised/reverse feed tubes!
On the first run Peacemaker the pump handle was in the middle of the barrels. Now I dropped the handle lower so your hand is not riding on the lower barrel but on the pump handle itself.
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