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Hunter SS BR Regulated HPA goes to the Worlds

April 8 2011 at 2:40 PM
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Hunter #47 is being dispatched to (Army Ranger) 1SGT James Burciaga who will campaign it in the Worlds BR Event this July in South Carolina.

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James' Commanding officer CPT Matthew Rix has given James the flexibility to train for the Worlds in addition to his normal obligations to Delta Company.

Jose Nunez offered to let James use his Hunter SS BR rifle from now until July so James can get prepared for the Worlds.

James will be partnering for practice along side Robert Crocker(former FT Champion) who also is reconfiguring his Fire Engine Red US FT into SS BR configuration.

Mac1 wants to extend our appreciation for what it takes to put in 110% for the Team. TIA to both James & Robert. Good Luck!

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"NO GUNS WOULD BE A RIOT"

Later

Tim

Mac1 Airgun



 
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je
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Pellet seater

April 8 2011, 5:57 PM 

Nice pellet seater.

Good to see our men in arms getting time to compete.

je

 
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MacSeater

April 9 2011, 12:44 PM 

It was obvoius that the guns with the Transfer Port Oring needed a solution to get the pellet consistently seated and out of harms way so when the TP shut it didn't mangle a skirt.
LD still runs an oring in the barrel where I've been running TPO(Transfer Port Oring).
LD has worked up a fixed seater arrangement that uses an alternate Hammer spring plunger body with a guide hole for his cleaner rod and seater. I'm developing a hand held that can be used in all US FT & Hunters regardless of caliber. It uses the hammer top as a guide to get consistent seating.
What you see is the mule which was modified further to sit lower in the back so it is in line with the barrel.
We'll see how good it works this weekend but I think it is a real good way to go.
I made a small run of seaters and they run $10 plus postage. If anyone wants to try one out call 310-327-3581 or email mac1airgun@gmail.com

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"NO GUNS WOULD BE A RIOT"

Later

Tim

Mac1 Airgun



 
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Bikerscum
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Is it endorsed by Steve the forum administrator?

April 9 2011, 6:28 PM 

Can't be too careful these days.

BS

 
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That's my boy !!

April 8 2011, 6:08 PM 

Some of you (old) CASA members remember him. He still shoots FT.

 
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Love your work Tim.

April 8 2011, 7:26 PM 

Good luck with it all.

Looks like a great product. Would love to get one.

HB

 
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HookEm
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FYI: we have a forum for this sort of feedback (BOI link above)...

April 11 2011, 2:32 PM 


 
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