http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005UGIPUQ/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1For my Flying Dragon Air-Rifles P17!Should stand-up to opening and closing the breech, I HOPE!What are you all using, if anything?Regards,Al.
Quote from: airgunwarriors on December 20, 2013, 03:12:48 PMhttp://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B005UGIPUQ/ref=oh_details_o00_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1For my Flying Dragon Air-Rifles P17!Should stand-up to opening and closing the breech, I HOPE!What are you all using, if anything?Regards,Al.Dont forget a rail adapter. The red dot is a piccatiny and the p17 is a dovetail
These will probably work good with a SSP, but they not so good on springers. Plus the dont add any height to your red dothttp://www.pyramydair.com/s/a/UTG_Weaver_to_11mm_or_3_8_Dovetail_Adapter_2pcs/4148
I think this is the Stage II barrel. What do you guys think?14 mm weight... can be cut to all kinds of shapes. Will fit the Mac1 LDC as is, but can also serve as a base for a custom (researching now, could use suggestions).
Yes, both... this one is .177, it's part of the SE match prize.
Cut a MG to 12.5", and set it up for an integrated compensator. I haven't decided what kind of port(s) to cut, but it should look ok. As an SSP, this thing should be very quiet.Got speeds... L 347, H 358, Av 347. #5... Stock 2.5mm port, compression unknown (feels moderate). Not bad... a touch faster than the 10, and quiet. Tuned up, it should hit 560 360 with 14.3gr CPHP. Ran a handful through it, without tearing the stock lower down to check for a sharp edged intake. Made a target, sighted it in and established it's preferred hold... and settled in for some shooting. Immediately started getting double groups. The ring is toast, but I saw enough to know I'm on track to a decent pistol.
I may have seriously underestimated these gun's potential. 14.3gr CPHP.
There are a lot of little differences, but most can't be seen without both in hand. I didn't open the 120 all the way for that pic. They are the same, all I've done is make the last couple mm of piston travel adjustable.I paid MM $55 shipped. Comes with.177 and .22 barrels.
Thanks, Al. Stay tuned, there's a lot left to do to these.Put the upper on my S1, and got a little shooting in. Really like the balance... it's easier to quell the movement (tiny arcs) I tend to have when shooting light guns one-handed.It's a hitter, too.
If you like that, you'll like this:Just did a side by side chrony comparison between a stock upper, and the S2, on my S1. Stock barrel runs @ 398, and the 10" @ 451 with Meisters (7gr).It's got some sting.