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Where can I buy one of Scott's LW hammers for an M-Rod?

June 8 2013 at 11:55 PM
WoodbineEric  (Login WoodbineEric)
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Again, I lost my contract information.

 
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Pat
(Login hddriver1)
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Getting a hold of Scott

June 15 2013, 10:24 AM 

Scott is on Gate to Air Gunshttp://www.gatewaytoairguns.org/GTA/index.php?action=forum) as MOTORHEAD and also on the Marauder web site http://www.marauderairrifle.com/forum/index.php?sid=baabf982203330e3fd677925707c70bf) and his handle is Motorhead.
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Scott
(Login Namba963)
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Right here ...

June 15 2013, 6:01 PM 

Make em up as needed these days ( Being AGE is no longer importing regulators ) sales are not what they once were.

$40 + $3 postage domestic.

LMK if ya need one.

Scott


 
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Jkam
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How does Hammer change ......

June 23 2013, 3:23 PM 

Just curious - how does changing the hammer effect the performance of the Mrod ? Is it for more power or
accuracy or what ? Please let me know - I thought the condor was the only AG which could be moded .


    
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Scott
(Login Namba963)
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Well ...

June 25 2013, 7:04 PM 

For starters ... LW hammers being for REGULATED guns ONLY.

When a gun such as the m-rod gets Regged, valve is operating on @ 1850# and weight of the factory hammer is excessive and opens valve too far and too long giving excessive dwell wasting air.
Weight tests found a hammer of less weight @ 26-28 grams was a optimum weight for opening valve with minimal spring tension or NOT requiring a heavier one. Guns shhots with equal velocity but MUCH less dwell giving much improved efficiency.

Stock hammer with regulation was good for @ 30-32 very consistent shots in the sweet spot.
LW hammer with regulation does 52 shots at the same velocity !!

That my friend is finding some seriously improvement !

 
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