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Old 08-03-2006, 07:09 PM
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Default Re: pilot acs, milling cocking knob slot

the rubber donut is the striker buffer
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Old 08-03-2006, 07:26 PM
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Default Re: pilot acs, milling cocking knob slot

the rubber donut is the buffer ^^
i get what you mean now. as for what to use for the rearcock, i found a steel threaded rod at home depot, it's 3/8th inch i belive. if you take out that brass screw in the back of your bolt, it'll thread into it quite well. then you can make the knob for it or w/e. I use a bunch of rubber bands so it's nice and squishy/ It actually was a topcock acs bolt till i made it a rear cock for my gun
Originally Posted by texastornado from PBN
...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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Old 09-13-2006, 10:08 PM
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Default Re: pilot acs, milling cocking knob slot

sorry its been a while. but as an update the gon body has been sent to the machinist to smooth up the internals. as soon as dad mails it back to me il post some pics. however i dont know if he smoothed up any of the external blemishes my cutting made. so yeah that may still be ugly, oh well, it was never meant to be a pretty gun anyway, this ones straight up function over form.
05 Pilot ACS. Progressive barrel. NDZ valve, NDZ bolt, Shocktech shim kit, 47/3000 tank,

in process of customizing body to repair damage done by NDZ EQ bolt not fitting right.
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