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 Post subject: SSP so far
PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2016 12:09 pm 
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Here's a few pics of the SSP. It still needs some finishing and paint, but this is the style I've chosen to go with. I was getting 650 fps with Crosman HP,s but the valve started to leak. So the new valve is in. Consistently shooting 500 fps, but the pump hasn't been adjusted yet. I expect the 650 mark when its done. I hope to do a video soon.
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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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I'm looking forward to the video, especially seeing how the cocking lever works. Bit of a mystery still... I can't guess even the direction of pivot. Looks like a lot of milling went into that front end.


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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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Good work, Joe - well done!
Also, looking forward to THE video.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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Very nice - can't wait to see the vid!

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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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GerardSamija wrote:
I'm looking forward to the video, especially seeing how the cocking lever works. Bit of a mystery still... I can't guess even the direction of pivot. Looks like a lot of milling went into that front end.

The fornt end was changed a few times, and will be again before its done. Right now its a mish mash of parts from four prototypes. Eventualle when we have all the calculations worked out, we'll build a gun from scratch.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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That looks super sweet Joe!!

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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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KEWL looking design Joe.... Looking forward to seeing the numbers on the finished product, and some pictures of the pumping action.... no trade secrets of course.... :lol: :lol: :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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Looks good Joe.


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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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Saweeet, Joe. Are the build details in another thread?


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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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Edmonton<500 wrote:
Saweeet, Joe. Are the build details in another thread?

Not a lot of build details, as he's hoping to sell the pattern to a manufacturer.


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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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GerardSamija wrote:
Edmonton<500 wrote:
Saweeet, Joe. Are the build details in another thread?

Not a lot of build details, as he's hoping to sell the pattern to a manufacturer.


Ahhhh, then shut my mouth. :wink:


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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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GerardSamija wrote:
Edmonton<500 wrote:
Saweeet, Joe. Are the build details in another thread?

Not a lot of build details, as he's hoping to sell the pattern to a manufacturer.

Some missunderstanding regarding the sale option. Its the internal mechanism that I'm hoping to sell. The outside is just clothes.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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That's a cool piece of work!

Very nice Joe.

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That's a cool piece of work!

Very nice Joe.

I can only take half the credit. Without my friend Wayne AKA (watertown) none of it would be possible.

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 Post subject: Re: SSP so far
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Very cool rifle Joe.
What was bottom and grip from. I mean is ot from a production rifle

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