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Who Still Does Half Blocking

03 November 2015 - 02:19 AM

Last place I remember doing this was super stanchy customs but I have no clue what happened to them. I'm looking to get something half blocked soon and maybe even midget-ed. Anyone have any idea of the cost either?

Stuck Trigger Pin

15 October 2015 - 03:44 PM

So I installed this new trigger on am 08 Rail I got a hold of but I fucked up and I didn't check to see if the stock pin went in the trigger smoothly. I hammered it in with two blows and to my surprise, the trigger didn't pivot and it seems impossible to hold the trigger frame off the ground and hammer the pin out. I know I'm hammering on the correct side but an key without the bent side and hammer doesn't seem to do the trick.

Raw Steel Tank

04 July 2015 - 07:36 PM

How do you safely strip the anno on aluminum tanks? They look cool polished and I can't find a thing about them.

Flattening Grips

22 June 2015 - 12:04 AM

First of all, happy father's day gentlemen!

Is there a way to flatten worn out grips that bulge outward as if the battery was retrofitted? I've tried bending them and they continue to go back to the ugly shape. This is like the equivalent to when my mask straps start to bacon up and it annoys me.

Autococker valve questions

26 May 2015 - 02:56 AM

This is all for a stock 2k right feed Autococker
What size o ring does the valve use?
Does the poppet unscrew from the cup seal?
Is a jam nut with a seal better than one without a seal?
Should I polish the valve?

A friend of mine pulled the valve out of an Autococker body I just bought, it needs a new o ring and the cup seal looks really worn out. Since there's no o ring in the back of the valve (towards me when holding it) I'd assume the jam but with an o ring would help prevent a little blowback and stay put a bit more snug than the one I have that doesn't have any sort of seal, and I figured they're cheap and I wouldn't mind going the extra mile for it.