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03 May 2011 - 12:30 PMThank you to hellfish.tv for the great pics from the event...as well as these quality shots of the new Phantom Revolution.
You will not believe how easy the pump stroke is! Wow.
The man himself...Mike Cassidey and the new joy
There is a metric ton of cool stuff inside the Revolution. Seriously should be an amazing gun!
Can not wait for it to be completed.
21 April 2011 - 12:52 PMDuring the OSC pump only event in Nevada I won a non drilled Mini Orracle body, back block, barrel, vert ASA front block, trigger frame and trigger with sear and spring. All in gloss black
A very nice start to a custom built pump!
But...never having bought or worked on cockers in any way i am kinda scratchin my head on this one.
I know I need internals...but which ones would be best? It was mentioned to me that CCM IVG does not require the rod to be removed for velocity adjustment....doea any other offer this?
This will be a pump only gun. I know proper springing is needed to get a super soft pum and sound signature with out valve bounce...but I have no idea what to look for.
Will I be able to accomplish this with stock internals? Found a set on ebay...good idea or not?
Bolts...good God the must be a couple thousand bolt options out there! Arrrg!
I am seriously considering the CCM 86º frame/2K mini pump kit/auto trigger kit for this thing, but that will take longer for me to aquire the funding for.
All I know right now...I have a pile of pretty parts and a desire to make a fine gun I will be happy with.
Sitting here surfing...looks like Check-It internals and bolt with CCM hard parts...
09 March 2011 - 11:25 AMJust as stated.
I am looking for ASA adapters used with remote lines or on/off ASA's that are malfunctioning.
Leaks, and missing internals are fine.
These are project parts and I am not needing the internals to finish my project.
So if you have a remote line ASA adapter with no push pin, an on/off ASA with no push pin or simply do not want to track down and repair the pesky leak that is wasting your air post here or send me a PM and we shall discuss.
Thank you for looking.
Spent some time searching, I can purchase new ASA adapters online for $8 shipped. I am looking to spend less than that.[/edit]
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14 October 2010 - 08:32 AM