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PostPosted: Sat Oct 19, 2013 10:26 pm 
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I bet that pic doesn't do your work justice.. looks good nicely blended. :-D

I did this to my 1377c (bought at CT) and my 2240... simple and easy just remove the sear spring and compress it with a vise or what have you, but make sure not to go too far or you will have a hair trigger!

If you plug the bleed hole at five pumps you'll be hitting the factory fps. I also made a removable pivot pin out of a bbq skewer. Not that hard but can be a bit tricky to get the right set up with only a drill press and hack saw blade. I can post a pic if you want..

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doublevision wrote:
I bet that pic doesn't do your work justice.. looks good nicely blended. :-D

I did this to my 1377c (bought at CT) and my 2240... simple and easy just remove the sear spring and compress it with a vise or what have you, but make sure not to go too far or you will have a hair trigger!

If you plug the bleed hole at five pumps you'll be hitting the factory fps. I also made a removable pivot pin out of a bbq skewer. Not that hard but can be a bit tricky to get the right set up with only a drill press and hack saw blade. I can post a pic if you want..

Sure if you could post a pic that would be great
I have plugged the bleed hole and it shoots nice

Brennan 8)

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