Crosman Hog Hunt Video w/ Marauder .25
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Posted 02 February 2012 - 11:02 AM
How do they convert the Marauder to a "Bottle" type from the long reservior type of gun? That would definitely give you more shots. It would make the gun look more like and FX, Daystate or BSA with a bottle, right? I'd be interested in knowing what process in required to make that modification without making the gun look like a "Frankenstein" gun. Anything that would up performance and still be able to be made aesthetically appealling sounds interesting to me. Another mod you can do instead of the HDD is to either use (3) O-Rings (I can get you the size or # if interested) or use a piece of 1 1/8" outer diameter vinyl or silicone tube cut to 3/8" long and slide it in from the back of the area where the hammer is. I think the hammer has to be removed so that this piece can go in front of it. It acts just like an HDD, keeping the hammer from pressing on the valve for too long and making the stroke on the valve more air efficient, acting like a "bumper or cushion". A few guys have done this mod and say it works fantastic and also helps dampen noise too, which sounds like a win-win situation to me. I'm going to try it on my .22 Project Marauder I'll be working on and see how well it works. If you get that .25 Marauder bottle rifle, you'll have to take some pictures of it for me so that I can see how they converted it.
That's perfect...thanks a bunch....I may also have an oportunity to get a Maurader 'bottle' gun, thus increasing the 'air volume' issue for much higher shot count....
Posted 02 February 2012 - 12:07 PM
Sure will. It will either be that or a 850 HPA .25 cal,...which 2 or 3 already exist. I would prefer the Maurader because the trigger pack is a better design.
If you get that .25 Marauder bottle rifle, you'll have to take some pictures of it for me so that I can see how they converted it.
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