|Macdave06 ||07-12-2019 08:44 PM |
I believe that bolt is made by pro team. Not sure on the beavertail.
|pballgod ||07-12-2019 09:36 PM |
Yup you got the first one. I should have gone to Bacci to look it up! Thanks! Anyone on the Beavertail?
|Macdave06 ||07-12-2019 10:44 PM |
Bacci is a great source for old stuff.
|DocsMachine ||07-13-2019 12:14 AM |
You sure it's stainless steel? It'd be very heavy if that's the case.
If it's not aluminum, it could conceivably be titanium. But I'm pretty sure even Pro-Team wasn't using actual stainless steel for their bolts back then.
|pballgod ||07-13-2019 09:56 AM |
Its too heavy for aluminum or titanium. It matches a bolt on Bacci's web site say its stainless steel and its made by pro team. It weighs 3.8 ounces!
|Meleager7 ||07-13-2019 02:38 PM |
Whatever material it is, you put that in the back of your mind. Stay focused, that is a cool bolt , and you needed to build a cocker around that yesterday!
|pballgod ||07-13-2019 03:21 PM |
I hope someone will. I find old stuff and bring it back to market. The beavertail is killing me though. Ive seen them around but no one seems to know who made them.
|Macdave06 ||07-13-2019 04:26 PM |
The spyder I just sold had a very similar beavertail, but I wasn't able to ID it either. From the pic it looks like someone may have squared off the top of yours. Mine was rounded at the top.Attachment 71050
|pballgod ||07-13-2019 04:35 PM |
mine is much thinner than this one.
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