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WilliamShattner

Member Since 13 Jan 2011
Offline Last Active Jun 13 2013 03:15 PM
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In Topic: Mag Fed sp1 with DAM magazines

13 June 2013 - 03:19 PM

Totally forgot about the ball detents.&nbsp; Nice call.&nbsp; Drilling new ones could be done, but they would have to be at an offset location around the breech I would imagine.&nbsp; It is a risky move for sure.<br>

In Topic: Mag Fed sp1 with DAM magazines

11 June 2013 - 04:32 PM

Awesome punisher. If I do another build I think that I will go this route with the mech kit to have a different flavor. Between this and scougar's ideas I am getting an itch to do another build.

I was told by Dye in March that the magwell would be for sale in April but have not contacted them since. It isn't listed as a replacemement part on the website yet.

In Topic: Mag Fed sp1 with DAM magazines

11 June 2013 - 10:12 AM

Having a magazine in hand is nice. I moved my trigger frame back further than needed because I cut it before I had a magazine in hand.

I never thought of removing the solenoid and leaving the board connected to the trigger frame. Not a bad idea at all. Now I am wishing that I had thought of that. I do think that without the board, there would be enough room to drill a new ball hole on the bottom, particularly if the new ball hole is just a tiny bit forward. With the board on the trigger frame, no need for a new switch and since it is connected to the solenoid with a wire the trigger could be moved back as far as necessary. Darn, that actually should work.

In Topic: Mag Fed sp1 with DAM magazines

10 June 2013 - 11:05 AM

My SP1 for modding arrived today. Immediately stripped it down and measuring up with bit of cardboard, tape and pencil everywhere lol. I have a cunning plan for the mag well "IF" the dimensions for the Magazines are as I think they are!

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BTW.. this is a useful link: http://www.warpig.co...parts/sp8_side/ This is kinda what I am thinking of doing in order to keep the board in the same location. I need to find out what the air fittings are though so I can extend the airlines safely.


Can't wait to see the mag well. What mags are you using, dmags? Thanks for the link as well, I wish I would have done a better write up.

In Topic: Mag Fed sp1 with DAM magazines

06 June 2013 - 07:56 PM

Nice. I will call it a charging handle.
Patience is always a big thing for me. Part of why I did things the way I did at the end (with jb weld) was because I was playing that same day and needed it to work since I was lending my other guns to other people that day.