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Old 07-10-2008, 12:16 AM #64
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funny how the asa is mounted... the 1/8 npt hole for the macro line elbow dosen't look right. all the asa's I've seen have the hole on the side not top or bottom.
it's mounted on the non feed side or bottom of the marker...
unless there's a bracket between the grip frame and the breach, using the front thumb screw to hold it , the cocking bar/rod would get in the way

looks cool, but how strong is it? where did you get the pic?
well from what i can tell the asa is completely round so there is no top or bottom, and there is not cocking rod like you thinking. the gun in the pic is a trrace not a taskmaster so it cocks from the side not the bottom.

that exactly what i was thinking, if its the same thread as the existing screw than i don't think it would be that strong at all.

and the pic came from a google search vary late at night so that all i remember, but i know he was talking about the cuts he made on the pump arm and barrel and he did not say a word about the asa.
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Old 07-10-2008, 04:34 AM #65
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and there is not cocking rod like you thinking. the gun in the pic is a trrace not a taskmaster so it cocks from the side not the bottom.
right... the pump handle is linked to the bolt by the bars on both sides of the marker just like my maverick, thats what I ment.

so if it's round then the front thumb screw on the bottom front of the grip frame is whats holding it on... not so good.. the screw goes in the asa and through to the marker.. I don't like it looks like it would spin.

there has to be a better way.......

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found this on ebay..... but you would have to tap the holes somewhere... and I think the asa is the threaded part so the screws go into the asa not the marker
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Old 07-10-2008, 07:04 AM #66
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great find man!! it dose not quite look like whats in the pic but i think you could mod it to work possibly.
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Old 07-10-2008, 04:16 PM #67
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Does the Maverick have enough extra room to drill through for the screws to go in to the ASA though? Another idea...has anyone tried or put a Phantom ASA screwed in to the trigger gaurd? Not sure how'd it work with the gaurd being plastic but it doesn't have to support much weight.
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Old 07-10-2008, 06:58 PM #68
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great find man!! it dose not quite look like whats in the pic but i think you could mod it to work possibly.
yeah, I found those for you dude!

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Does the Maverick have enough extra room to drill through for the screws to go in to the ASA though? Another idea...has anyone tried or put a Phantom ASA screwed in to the trigger gaurd? Not sure how'd it work with the gaurd being plastic but it doesn't have to support much weight.
no, not enough room to drill for screws in the grip frame, and the front part of the trigger guard looks kinda thin... you could drill through and back it with a thin strip of metal... kinda like a big solid washer... that would spread out the pressure... and don't forget to glue the strip to the INSIDE of the trigger guard for that mod!
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Old 07-10-2008, 07:35 PM #69
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Does anyone have a good way to run the air line from the back to a bottom-line ASA like your running it through a front, vertical ASA without one actually being there?
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Old 07-10-2008, 07:45 PM #70
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Does anyone have a good way to run the air line from the back to a bottom-line ASA like your running it through a front, vertical ASA without one actually being there?
Stainelss or copper hardline would do that. With enough work you could even get it to travel inside the grip- an invisible hose really.
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Old 07-10-2008, 10:06 PM #71
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Stainelss or copper hardline would do that. With enough work you could even get it to travel inside the grip- an invisible hose really.
Where can I buy which ever hardline is cheaper? Im going to guess stainless would be cheaper.

And please expand on what you mean. I could run the line from the bottomline ASA through the grip or from the back-bottle ASA or what?
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Old 07-16-2008, 08:15 PM #72
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Stainelss or copper hardline would do that. With enough work you could even get it to travel inside the grip- an invisible hose really.
a gas through grip would be a hard one... that takes alot of skill and time and hard work... I would love to see pic's of that in action or the makes!

I never played around with hardlines, but have always wanted to...
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Old 01-03-2009, 12:09 AM #73
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anyone know where i can get a maverick/trracer from?
I cant seem to find any online store that has them in stock
any help would be appreciated
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Old 01-27-2009, 02:59 PM #74
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anyone know where i can get a maverick/trracer from?
I cant seem to find any online store that has them in stock
any help would be appreciated
I got mine off ebay, sometimes you can find them there.
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Old 01-31-2009, 03:24 PM #75
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k so a guy wants to trade my revvy for his maverick.

i only wanna do it if i can make it absolutely durtay.

i have an extra phantom 45 frame.
i work at a machine shop.
i want to do VSC somehow. IS IT POSSIBLE.
i saw the pic of the 1 VSC setup, but it was a bad angle and i need a bigger picture!!!!
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