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PostPosted: Wed May 25, 2022 6:03 pm 

Joined: Sat Oct 03, 2020 9:07 pm
Posts: 59
Location: Muskoka,Ontario,Canada
I’ve been looking for an alternative to the uncomfortable chaser stock, so when I saw this at airgun archery(AA) I thought I’d give it a go. I have never dealt with 3D printed upgrades before so I wasn’t sure what I was getting into. First, the parts came extremely well packed from AA. I watched the video for installation instructions as per the link on AA.
As per the video I had to sand the buffer tube to achieve a nice tight fit. The trigger frame required lots of tweaking to get it to fit properly. The rear pin on the trigger was too long to fit so I ground it still wouldn’t fit, so I used a magic marker to identify where the frame was hitting.Then I used a dremel with a small stone to remove just enough material to get it to fit. The fitting of the trigger housing took about a 1/2hour.
The 3D printing is quite good, with just a bit of a rough spot inside the trigger guard. I smoothed that out carefully with the dremel then coloured it with black sharpie(you can’t even notice it now).
Once the fitting mods were done it went together easily. There was a warning about over tightening the grip so be aware.
The grip is kinda cheap but it works, I’m gonna check out Epps this week to upgrade to a magpul grip.
After taking my first shot I couldn’t believe how well it felt, this kit has brought new life to my chaser. While it’s always been a fun shooter it’s now at the next level. I added a foregrip/bypod which I had from a Ruger SR22 I used to have, a red dot, and a laser. This is the ultimate ratter now.

Pros- looks great,functions great,AR grips are upgradable, pieces are sold separately

Cons- kinda pricey at $147.20+shipping for full kit(short pic rail for chaser), expect to modify the AR trigger frame to fit (it’s not difficult to do,just take your time.)

I really like this kit,I would recommend it.
Just a note,none of the modifications you’ll need to make, compromise the integrity of the trigger frame.

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