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Old 10-02-2012, 11:01 AM   #1 (permalink)
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pgp 2k to sidefeed questions

So I acquired two very nice pgp 2ks off craigslist for a fair price. I'm trying to sell one and am debating selling or sidetubing the second one and keeping as an sc/modified sc. I used to one 2k years ago and always wanted to side tube it, but never did.

Question is it worth sidetubing without replacing the stock barrel with a .680 or .685? My local field paint is about .683ish. I could home made wedgits or possibly make a cocker detent mod, but that would help with rollouts and consistency to some extent. Efficiency would still be pretty terrible.

Also, I would assume I would need a new bolt if rebarreling that small?

finally, where do y'all source springs for spring feeds?
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Old 10-02-2012, 04:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Stuffy sells springfeed spring. If you were to convert your pgp to sidefeed, you would need to patch the old feed port. If you take your time you can make it pretty. I would do homebrew wedgits. You could end up messing them up and destroying the barrel. I suggest you get barrel tubing from Tymcneer and rebarreling it. It will make the pgp SO much cleaner and more usefull
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