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Thread: Something a little different, XMT CF, Nummech, reversed

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    Something a little different, XMT CF, Nummech, reversed

    So this is my latest build, still may anno the rail to match the frame. I really like the way it came out and how comfortable it is. Believe it or not the frame required almost no modification, just drill the mounting holes a little bigger and adjust the trigger rod. This thing shoots amazing. It's really easy to Rt or single shot. I see potential for these Nummech frames to be modded for pneumatics.
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    Last edited by fz6soldier; 12-13-2014 at 09:21 AM.

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    that's really sweet. amazing how well everything lines up.
    nice job!

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    Really nice! Great work!

    Is it missing macro to the valve, or is it some how hidden in there?

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    It's on the drivers side.

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    So it is. Some how missed it while looking it from my phone.

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    thanks! I wasn't sure how this was going to work. i tried a few rails before deciding on this one.

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    I love this. Entirely mechanical right? Is that an rt length or am/mm length rail. Hard to tell on my phone.

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    Also what did you do in terms of the reg or on off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by capt spank View Post
    Also what did you do in terms of the reg or on off?
    Yes, all Mechanical. I tried a am/mm rail at first and didn't like the way it looked. So I went with the Lukes RT length Zayan rail, fits perfect. I'm just running a RT on/off in it right now. The reg is a Planet Eclipse OOPS which worked perfect because I need a an ASA that fits a T-slot and has the fitting on the left. I did have to grind a bit of the ASA rail because the ASA wouldn't slide in all the way, but it's good now. I was suprised at how it aired up and worked great on the first assembly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fz6soldier View Post
    Yes, all Mechanical. I tried a am/mm rail at first and didn't like the way it looked. So I went with the Lukes RT length Zayan rail, fits perfect. I'm just running a RT on/off in it right now. The reg is a Planet Eclipse OOPS which worked perfect because I need a an ASA that fits a T-slot and has the fitting on the left. I did have to grind a bit of the ASA rail because the ASA wouldn't slide in all the way, but it's good now. I was suprised at how it aired up and worked great on the first assembly.
    the oops is what i meant by on/off. can you take a closer picture and maybe show what it looks like inside the frame? the axe/min reg/onoffs install a lot differently than any other i've seen. so i can't quite picture in my head what you did to get it onto the frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by capt spank View Post
    the oops is what i meant by on/off. can you take a closer picture and maybe show what it looks like inside the frame? the axe/min reg/onoffs install a lot differently than any other i've seen. so i can't quite picture in my head what you did to get it onto the frame.
    I had to round off the back of the rail to make it fit flush on the frame. Then just slide it in the T-slot and tighten the two screws. let me know if you have anymore questions.
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    Love it ! Nice build dude !

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    Thanks! It's the first mag I built from scratch.

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    Did you weigh it yet? It looks light as can be.

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    very unique. Looks like it's going to be real fun to play with

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    Quote Originally Posted by zulubravo44 View Post
    Did you weigh it yet? It looks light as can be.
    Not yet, I will when I get home. Thinking about putting a DW whip tip on the Stella barrel, so it may get lighter.

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    any more internal pics, of your drill holes etc? thank you

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    Very Interesting, Nice Job!

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    sorry, haven't been in this thread lately. I'll try to get some pics up.

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