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Old 08-06-2017, 05:25 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Robert is currently switching up a few things for me (internal air lines, right-side bolt action, etc.). When I get it back I'll have lots of photos.
I find doing the pez-dispenser-style FSR tube makes all the difference. Having 20rds at your finger tips right next to the breech is far better than digging in a pouch.
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Love the porch Bill ! Pistols and bolt action game oh what fun we could have !!!
Just to reiterate, this is not a paintball pistol for the game of paintball per se .
It just shoots (very small) paintballs for fun and practice.

You can't go up against 68 with 40 and expect a favorable outcome.

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That grip and I have something in common.

Nice work!
The wood has roughly enough room for 3 out of 4 fingers to grasp it?
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Can you shoot the .40 cal blowgun stunner darts out of it like this? That would be cool for shooting tin cans and things
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Can you shoot the .40 cal blowgun stunner darts out of it like this? That would be cool for shooting tin cans and things
I don't know. The shells are custom made for the 40 caliber paintballs. I don't think or no of anything else that would fit.
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If any of you guys scrap your guns,I will buy them for the parts. Watch them little hair springs.
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I really want some one to make a s&w volcanic in .50 paint. It is shuck a good design for thin and could be built on practically any B.B. gun revolver lower secever
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I really want some one to make a s&w volcanic in .50 paint. It is shuck a good design for thin and could be built on practically any B.B. gun revolver lower secever
The AGA .62 was similar mechanically, I think. It was a front-end replacement for the 3357. Tubular magazine under the barrel with a lifting block to raise the next round into firing position.

It didn't look like a Volcanic, and it wasn't lever-action, but one could probably use the same mechanical system to build one that resembles it...
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The AGA .62 was similar mechanically, I think. It was a front-end replacement for the 3357. Tubular magazine under the barrel with a lifting block to raise the next round into firing position.

It didn't look like a Volcanic, and it wasn't lever-action, but one could probably use the same mechanical system to build one that resembles
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AGA62 (Air Guns of America). Though the grip base was similar to a 3357, it had a totally different lever system that pushed up on the lifting block, so you could not just replace the 3357 front end. It also had unique grip panels (no 357 emblem)




357/3357 grip assembly, for comparison



I have 2 AGA62s, they are double action only, and the trigger pull is extremely heavy, as it is driving the lifting block up, as well as cocking the hammer back at the same time.
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I have 2 AGA62s, they are double action only, and the trigger pull is extremely heavy, as it is driving the lifting block up, as well as cocking the hammer back at the same time.
I wonder if they had changes during production, because I'm pretty sure the one I had would fire in single or double action. I never opened up the frame though.
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