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    Longshot angel breech mod

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    outofammo

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    Longshot angel breech mod

    Post  outofammo on Sun Feb 06, 2011 3:57 am

    hello, i really want to do a an angel breech mod, i am really new to modding and have no clue how to do it :).. so i was really curious if anyone lived in mornington penuslia that could do it for me for a reseaonable price also AR removal, and padding on the plunger and 2 springs the second spring being a nitefinder spring, i will give you the nitefinder spring.. please help me out if you can :D!
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    kingkottah

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    Re: Longshot angel breech mod

    Post  kingkottah on Sun Feb 06, 2011 4:24 am

    Just a heads up, this should be in the questions thread, ill let you find that yourself. On another note you being a new modder I wouldn't recommend this to anyone without a decent amount of knowledge and skills.
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    M@lew

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    Location : Melb, Victoria

    Re: Longshot angel breech mod

    Post  M@lew on Sun Feb 06, 2011 8:53 am

    Try out the basics first such as AR removal etc. and get to know how your blaster works. Then you can try the angel breach, because once you install it if something doesn't quite work (and it won't) if you know exactly how everything works you can pin-point what to fix.
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    sinicysm

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    Re: Longshot angel breech mod

    Post  sinicysm on Sun Feb 06, 2011 9:29 am

    I'd recommend you head over to www.modworks.com and read the Longshot mod guide and then the Longshot Brass Breech guide on there. They have the clearest pictures and best instructions I've seen so far so you should be able to get a good idea on what to do from there.
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    phuonguyen

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    Re: Longshot angel breech mod

    Post  phuonguyen on Sun Feb 06, 2011 11:06 am

    outofammo wrote:hello, i really want to do a an angel breech mod, i am really new to modding and have no clue how to do it :).. so i was really curious if anyone lived in mornington penuslia that could do it for me for a reseaonable price also AR removal, and padding on the plunger and 2 springs the second spring being a nitefinder spring, i will give you the nitefinder spring.. please help me out if you can :D!

    There's only a handful of people who can consistently pump out accurate and good brass breeches. Add to the fact that the brass material is expensive, you'll be looking around the price range of 90 dollars or more at the bare minimum.

    Update your profile with your age, location and avatar please.
    Start by reading the rules of the forum again. Be specific with the 8th rule.

    Strike 1.

    @M@lew - please update your profile with an avatar.

    @sinicysm - please update your profile with an avatar and your age.
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    sinicysm

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    Re: Longshot angel breech mod

    Post  sinicysm on Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:14 pm

    I actually found 1ft lengths of all diameters needed in 3 different places for $6.50-$8 a length depending on the diameter.

    One was Hobby One at Mt Gravatt and the other two were hobby websites down south.

    Works out at about $35 to do a longshot breech following SGNerf's instructions.

    I did mine last week. Was very happy with how it turned out for my first attempt. Makes a huge difference
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    phuonguyen

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    Re: Longshot angel breech mod

    Post  phuonguyen on Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:18 pm

    sinicysm wrote:One was Hobby One at Mt Gravatt and the other two were hobby websites down south.

    I did mine last week. Was very happy with how it turned out for my first attempt. Makes a huge difference

    Hobby One has brass?? I checked there about 4 weeks ago and they didn't have any... and they said that they weren't getting any in either.... Hopefully, they'll have some left when I swing by.

    Congrats on doing your breech!!
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    sinicysm

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    Re: Longshot angel breech mod

    Post  sinicysm on Sun Feb 06, 2011 1:35 pm

    Yeah they'd just gotten some in. One of the guys there (can't remember his name sorry) is actually a Nerfer. Maybe just call ahead and order some.

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