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Old 07-20-2017, 06:55 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Thanks Gaucho! I'm still deciding if I want to get a brass Freak barrel done from Ty. It's going to cost pretty penny.

Drowning it in oil and dry firing a few times won't do the trick?
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I had a thought, idk if it can be done but has anyone tried to drill out the hammer and velocity adjuster on any of the pistols so you can use spyder springs

I found out tippmann springs will work, but I think they have a bigger diameter than the spring in my pistol
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Old 07-20-2017, 10:15 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Thanks Gaucho! I'm still deciding if I want to get a brass Freak barrel done from Ty. It's going to cost pretty penny.

Drowning it in oil and dry firing a few times won't do the trick?
Anything counts as long you think it works lol

It might cost some pennies but you will never have to worry about efficiency issues, accuracy, consistency..etc. You will have an unique PT that more than one of us wish we had. And plus, tymcneer does excellent work.
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I had a thought, idk if it can be done but has anyone tried to drill out the hammer and velocity adjuster on any of the pistols so you can use spyder springs

I found out tippmann springs will work, but I think they have a bigger diameter than the spring in my pistol

My Zeus also uses the small striker spring. Not sure about the Tippmann ones, but I also heard the A5 ones work. Currently my Zeus is shooting 295-311fps with the RVA so far out it's about to fall off, lol.

From looking at the setup a spyder striker spring will fit the body. The Striker has enough meat to drill out to fit the larger spring, but you'd need a drill press to do it. That metal is stupid tough.
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Old 07-21-2017, 05:54 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I'll figure something out eventually, this is just a fun gun, and plus I haven't even used it yet, if it works I'll leave the springs alone, I'm mainly going for a milsim look on this one, going to add rails and a fake mag at some point to the bottom
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Thanks Gaucho! I'm still deciding if I want to get a brass Freak barrel done from Ty. It's going to cost pretty penny.

Drowning it in oil and dry firing a few times won't do the trick?
I know this is a little older but He can't make a freak barrel I believe due to the way it seals. He instead made two brass barrels for me and it has significantly improved the FPS of my pt pistols.

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https://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/b...4-barrels.html

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