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    You can do the other calibers.  Contact SPAW and get on his pre order list.

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    They have had it listed like that since it was announced last year.

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    I only own two 88cf tanks so I don't think I could refill its tank.  不不不不

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    I was thinking the same thing.  I'm preordered on the 35 when it comes out and once I get it in my hands I think I'm going to attempt it.  

    I figured I would see if anyone else had done it first.

    I have some ideas on how to do an integrated adjustable check rest as well.

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    No biggie.  I'm sure we have all done similar at one time or another.

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    You talking about Edosan?  He is a heck of a shooter and really does great with his Impact.

     

    I'm not sure what you mean when you say you had quite a smack down with your Impact.  I looked for the convo your talking about and could only find where Edosan was detuning his gun.  When you look at the big events, Impacts and RWs dominate the top.

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    So what happens when your battery runs out of juice because the BT drained it faster than you expected or remembered to check it's charge.

     

    I will pass on that headache.

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    I have been mulling things over and over as I have been waiting on the Impact 35 to come out.  After further reading and thinking about the Daystate Delta Wolf, I think I am going to stay with what I know and has been proven.  Don't get me wrong, Daystate makes some incredible guns, but to me it is easier to troubleshoot a mechanical failure than it is to try to discern electronic as well.

    Ernest, Edosan and Ken have all produced amazing results with their Impacts and I think I will stay on that boat.

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    Swagging is expensive only because the people making the moulds want to get rich off of the few sales they do make.  HM Hen included. 

    $1500 buys a whole lot of quality pellets.

    I cast my JSBs and have no problems with them.

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    Has anyone modified the valve block in such a way they moved the gauge to be on the side facing out instead of on the bottom or on the bottom of an additional plenum?

    The time that it is important to see it is when you adjust your reg pressure. The easiest way to do that is turn the gun upside down. Then you can see your gauge while adjusting the pressure. 

    It's easy to say turn it upside down but what do you do when you have an added plenum and a bag rider.

    Not my gun but you get the point.

    This is what I want to do with my Impact when it comes in.

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    I may end up reaching out to someone to custom build one for me so it will have a thicker side wall to accommodate a gauge.

    Do you look at your reg gauge that often?

    It's not a matter of looking at it that often, it is out of convenience.  On the underside of the gun is not convenient.

     

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    I may end up reaching out to someone to custom build one for me so it will have a thicker side wall to accommodate a gauge.

    Very easy to make, just need a drill, a bit of about 8mm and a tap/die 1/8 bsp … if you drill in the wrong place then a new block! 

    That is what I was thinking but wanted to see if anyone had done it.  You are actually the first person I thought might have tried this.

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    I may end up reaching out to someone to custom build one for me so it will have a thicker side wall to accommodate a gauge.

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    Has anyone modified the valve block in such a way they moved the gauge to be on the side facing out instead of on the bottom or on the bottom of an additional plenum?

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    FX posting today claimed that the 35 will be 150+ fpe.

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    Agree.  It will be interesting to see how the Impact 35 does with the JSBs though.  FX has seemed to lean toward liking the JSBs and if it can through the JSB 81gr pellet at near that speed with accuracy, that will be awesome.  

    Myself, I would rather drop a couple of hundred dollars modifying my AG so I can shoot it at a much better price/rnd.

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    What does not make sense to me is why they went lighter on the .35 cal.  The JSB pellets are a hair over 81gr where these are 68.2gr.

     

    I agree with GQ on this.  While dropping the weight allows you to throw it faster, I read that mid 900s was the optimal speed.

     

    If you are running a rig that has been modified you should be able to throw the JSB at that speed which in the end will have 25 more fpe.

     

    I think I am going to stay with casting my own JSB clones.  WAAAYYY cheaper to have for a 150fpe gun.

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    This would be amazing in 357.

     

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    2113.44

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    So how have they been shooting?

     

    Anyone shooting good groups at 100m?

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    Edosan is an awesome guy.  You can also find him on facebook with his latest adventures in tuning his own equipment.

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