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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
PostPosted: Sun Aug 23, 2015 8:40 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:33 am 
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Very nice picture of her, I must say.

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
PostPosted: Mon Aug 24, 2015 10:01 pm 
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Thanks Kim.
Thanks Ace.
Thanks Murray for the DC25 pictures to follow.
Doug,.30 cal will be nice I'm thinking. We'll see.
Airmec, it is very conceivable to upgrade this pistol.
With a Pneaumatic assembly comprised of Stainless Steel,
We can open a few ports and let the Stainless Valve Breathe
A bit. Bigbore is Premium in my books and a .30
Is the best of both worlds.
But of course something is coming that will
Blow this outta the water...

Pic's to follow but I wanted to lay down a few close up's
Before she went in for sacred transformation.
Some features to look out for in the pics:
•SS safety re-machined to left Hand
• Low Friction SS Trigger with extra wide Micro Polished
Trigger Blade so no need for a floppy trigger Shoe.
• wide trigger body to eliminate slop and play.
• Trigger Over Travel Screw in 1701P 2 stage trigger frame
For precise engagement and feel with 4 oz. second stage.
•SS Hardware
• Threaded SS Fill Cap
• Rear chargge & Rear Bolt Assembly
•Extra Securement to Breech, Valve & Shroud
• magazine can hold any length .25 Production Round

Next up: Custom Bolt, Transfer port, 30Mags & Barrel...

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 12:47 am 
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For those who like to be up-tight (oops: up-close) and personal...

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
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Ahhhhhhhhh, thanks for the close-ups, Murray :drool:

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
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Poor Stuffy!

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:01 pm 
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No problem Murray.
I wanted to share and had to get everything outta my system.
Always wanted the .25 pistol but I'm sure the .30 barrel will
Stay in and I won't look back. Just getting myself to turn out
.450 sized holes @22m on 6X Rested over 8 shots.
Not sure what shooting attitude it will have when opened
Up and shooting heavier lead but I'm sure the muzzle Brake
Will be be happier and more effective in thrust vectoring. Lol
She's gonna Howl louder then the 3240 Hipac Baby Cannon
That is also going in for Whitewolf Wizardry.

Rick,
Alvin the Chipmunk has it coming, he's been out there
makin Deals with the skunk. I tried taking that picture
Free hand at first and it must have been funny to watch.

More to come later..

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
PostPosted: Tue Aug 25, 2015 6:07 pm 
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That is one sick air pistol there Dan, way to put together a vision.

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
PostPosted: Mon Apr 08, 2019 1:12 am 
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Thanks Rob I like how your words sound to my face.

I have posted a thread in the general airgun chat section to
Announce that my DC25 has be transformed into an absolute MONSTER!

A 7 Shot, repeating Bigbore PCP Air Pistol!

THE DC30 HAND CANNON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Woooohooooooo!

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
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Geez, that must have been a long work tour. :D Good to see you again, Dan.
Have you talked to Kim recently?


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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
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Haven’t sat at the controls of a drilling rig in a year and a half.
Had to retool and focus on Life around my little ones.
Do you have Kim’s number? PM it to me.
I lost his contact in the phone of Christmas past.

Good your still out there Murray

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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
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That's a great looking pistol. I have one question, where did you get the straight pull rear charging handle? I've only seen one guy who does it (over in the UK) and I think it's a great idea but he has very limited runs.


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 Post subject: Re: DC25 Hand Cannon
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Don Cothran stainless Steel Parts.
It’s all Don.

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