So here it is, my Remains Pump. It is a fully legal open class pump. There are no electronics at all. In the spirt of the marker it has an innovative pump mechanism that I call the (Thumb Pump). At the started of this project I had three goals. First to turn a semi into a stock class pump. Second to do so with no milling to the body or grip frame at all. And third to be able to turn it back into a semi with out having to buy any parts. So the O-ring that holds the pump handle and the rubber band return spring may be ghetto but allowed me to acheive my ultimate goal. And I kinda like ghetto fab .
Ok so to pull this off I had to do just a few mods. Starting with the ram housing and hammer. I removed both o rings and the solenoid, then added two springs one inside of the ram housing and one on the hammer shaft. The Hammer also has a V cut into it so that the bolt pin can cock and center it. but still move forward to fire from the closed posion. The bolt is shortened almost a 1/4 of an inch. The air inlet hole and detent grooves are also move back a 1/4 inch. The bolt pin has been shortened and angeled to become the cocking pin. I used a normal sear out of a hinge frame heavily modded as you can see. Yes that is a nail and a screw welded to it.( poor men have poor ways ) After welding they were heated and hardened. The trigger is a double hinge that I worked out late one night when my brain was denying me sleep. I asked myself how can I keep my hand on the reg. like when Im shooting my semi but still easily pump the marker. And the thumb pump was born. Other than that, it is just something that I threw together . Yes I had two bolts when I started the project. And the pat. pend. app. and check went off reg. mail on the thumb pump.
If I'm not mistaken a true stock class pump must also have a horizontal feed tube no?
Still cool though.
a true stock class also cant have a ported barrel, no autotrigger and a few other things. You never play true stock class anymore, its all modified stock class which for that he would just need to throw a pvc stick feed in the feedneck (if he feels like being ghetto) and run 12 grams which is feasable with this as long as the valve and the cupseal can handle the co2 which I think there shouldnt be a problem. Would need a devolumizer made for it, so you can get a decent number of shots off a 12 gram, also if you converted the lpr into a devolumizer you could turn it into a velocity adjuster by having it change the valve spring tension as well
I dig that alot I might try it sometime in the future. But dont think ill do it to my interceptor maybe ill grab my friends bushy or something else that is sitting on a shelf
I think that's a great idea. and it already have an adjustable valve spring tension, provided by alien unknowingly.
yea I can see how that would work out with the stock lpr. Thats even easier then, just add the meat for the devolumizer take off the cp and slap on a 12 gram changer and a stick feed and you will have the lightest setup out of all alien users lol