lol, i didnt say Nelson, i said nelson.
it means any nelson type internal. now...Lapco made whole sets for both breech drops and bore drops, so did Taso, and you could also get SI internals, pretty much those are the 3 main internal bolt/hammer sets available aftermarket, after the Nelson brand, and then you also have the trracer/maverick internals, Razorback/Black widow, Diablo/Apex series, hmmm...what else out there...CCI phantom parts....but those would need cci trigger frames....and sometimes powertubes depending on tpc/.non-tpc models.
the main difference between those would be materials, bore and breech drop, and adjustability....and sometimes sizes. genrally, if you have a generic nelson type body, if its 2-slotted/double pump arm, with the feedneck ahead of the front trigger frame screw, that'd be a bore drop nelson...if you have a single-arm/single slot body with feedneck being right above the trigger frame screw, then thats a breech drop nelson. generally most nelson clones and Nelsons are compatible with the Lapco adjustable/anti-kink internals, and sometimes TASO internals.... also, SI internals depends on which gun they came with, the Skirmish which is usually a kit to turn a Nelspot into a Skirmish SI/a complete SI marker with the breech drop bolt, different from the Bushmaster SI with the bore drop, but both uses the same sear and triggers which works on Nelspots, ditto for many older nelson clones, especially those that shares the pistol's trigger frame and breech drop bolts. examples are the Aerostar ASsassinator 1 and 2, Hawk brass body, TAG brass body, Wintec, Taso, and so on....check www.vintagerex.com
and see if you can find a stainless steel unibody, most likely you wouldnt find them, and the grey ghost is aluminum bodied, theres a reason for the switch to aluminum as opposed to the steel and brass versions, lighter for the same stress level; IE, it wont bend and break or whatever, and its lighter, so its easier on the person's arms...but then again, there are guys on MCB who goes nuts for brass sheridans.
for most of these requirements, except stainless steel construction, youre looking at the Line SI Bushmaster, as well as the old Lapco Grey Ghost, and possibly the TASO Centurion.
This post has been edited by CamoDeafie: 14 June 2008 - 12:32 AM