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Thread: My road down Trail NP modification way

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    My road down Trail NP modification way

    Okay you all have such cool looking pieces I wanted to get mine a bit done up.
    As you can see in the attached pics I've done the trigger. Thinking about "Brass Black" ing it.
    Today I added a UTG Pic Rail. It was too long so I cut it down to fit. The awesome thing about
    this bit was that it came with hardware you mount on the flip side to anchor the screws in to through the stock.
    The scope mounts are also new. 6 screw QD UTG rings. I have always liked larger OBJ lens so this will give me the freedom
    to add a scope with a larger obj later down the road.
    Waiting on the flashlight adapter so I can "nuke" rats in the garage.

    My_Trail_NP_AllWeather_02.jpgMy_Trail_NP_AllWeather_01.jpgMy_Trail_NP_AllWeather_03.jpgMy_Trail_NP_AllWeather_04.jpg

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    Lookin' great!

    I like the AW for the fact that it's not a wood stock, and you can tap screws if you please.

    Modularity?.....+1
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    Thanks.
    I think I'm going to order another stock and try making an adjustable cheek piece in it.
    Don't really want to experiment on the one that is on it right now. Still want a shooter while
    I tinker on other parts! :)

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    B12-00-14 Breach Seal obselete ?
    What the hay?
    I wanted to have a spare so contacted GA and that is the response I got.
    Going to have to ask if there is perhaps a new part listed. Surprised it was not given if that is the case.

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    Stop talking to people who don't know what they are talking about. Crosman (Chinese factory) flipped back and forth on the breech seal used; "B12-00-14" and "B22-00-3" (and yes, those part numbers came from my head without looking them up). The most recent models are using the "old" seal again.

    I have yet to figure out why people talk to clerks at companies listed on pieces of paper as the "manufacturers representative"- companies where the only guy that was ever trained on the product line quit years ago and who now don't know dick about the product line they "represent"- no offense to anyone in particular.

    B12-00-14 is a $2.00 seal and can be had from vendors who know the product line.
    I'd say I care- but I'd probably be lying...


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    Well I guess you pretty much nailed it right there.
    They are listed as the "supposed" in the know supplier of replacement parts.
    I'd be happy to replace them with someone else. I don't much care to be dancing around the net
    looking though. Online purchase is still something I'm leary about.

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    Good to know. Was not aware of the repair depot status.
    Already picked the Trigger up from there!
    Will have to delve further into it's website.

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    Most 'Service' parts are not listed online- there are thousands of them.
    I'd say I care- but I'd probably be lying...


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    So an email request might be in order then?
    I'll be shooting one out on the morrow.

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