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Old 04-26-2007, 01:14 PM
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Default Easy DIY AKA top cocking bolt

So, totally by accident, I just found a super easy way to make the AKA LP bolt top cocking, requiring only 2 minutes, and almost no parts. I'm using a Dragun body, and had been using a Bandit bolt from my old Pilot in it. I just bought the AKA in the BST section. On a whim, I wanted to see if it would work in the Dragun. It fits perfect! The only thing you need to do is remove the set screw that is in the vertical hole and thread it into the rear hole. Now the part that makes it work so well is if you use a TES cocking pin. The pin is exactly the right diameter and has indents for the set screw. Just thought I would let anyone interested know.
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Old 04-26-2007, 03:44 PM
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Default Re: Easy DIY AKA top cocking bolt

what i did was a bit diffrent. i used a quick strip pin (all the balls fell out somehow) and i dropped it in. then i used a screw with the right threads and popped it in the back
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...i was playin with my buddy once and he told me he couldn't cock his acs which had come uncocked. It turns out his arm had fallen off...

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