New build on a Dawson receiver

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    220Swift
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    Hi guys ,
    I thought  I would post something here
    Been working on this one for a while now
    just finished getting it back together 
    its  Dawson action and most the internals with a  titanium airtube /tank
    One of my stock designs and shroud with a steel valve body and spring sets
    bench mark  3grove barrel in 25 caliber ,still working on the tune ,other then yes it would drive in a tack

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    blackdiesel
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    It certainly looks great.  What type of performance is it targeted for, shot count, power etc?

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    220Swift
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    “blackdiesel”It certainly looks great.  What type of performance is it targeted for, shot count, power etc?

    
Its current first assembly with the reg set at 1800psi out ,pellet speed is at 860fps with kings
    target velocity would be 915 to 970ish fps ,unknown shot count at this point 
    Ill get into now with the info i have and start the tune data ,may be a few days…. Lol
    this was just put together for the first time this weekend ! 
    other then I have shot this same barrel many times be for its new install …
    swift

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    csdilligaf
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    I’ve still got one of those .25 cal 3 groove blanks laying around.  Maybe this will give me the push to use it.  Looks good Ernie,  Did you black out the Titanium tube?  I would scold you but it has a cool stealth look.

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    220Swift
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    “csdilligaf”I’ve still got one of those .25 cal 3 groove blanks laying around.  Maybe this will give me the push to use it.  Looks good Ernie,  Did you black out the Titanium tube?  I would scold you but it has a cool stealth look.

    
hey Chip no I like the titanium the customer wanted it blacked out I went and wrapped the tube with vinyl and anodized the end caps🍻

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    ajshoots
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    Very cool!!

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    Michael
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    Nice Ernie!

    I’m still loving my (your) custom builds.

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    220Swift
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    220Swift
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    knifemaker
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    Howdy from Texas Ernie!  Good to see you, and missed being able to talk to you “Over There” LOL!!!

    Still can’t believe o’l Killer-B booted me for saying dry nitrogen was good for pcp use. Now days, heck, everybody knows it. LOL!!!
    Ignorance mixed with arrogance always bothered me, so never tried to go back. LOL

    Good Looking stuff as always!  Was talking to Tofazfou about you just last week. :)

    KnifeMaker

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    220Swift
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    Yep still around doing stuff
    I change hobbies all the time and lost interest in a few
    but still shoot  and work with guns ,and build engines mostly
    the Airgunadvice site was good for a long time ,had a lot of posts and work from there ,now its all lost

    cheers Ernie

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    knifemaker
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    A Shame!

    After forced medical retirement form the Knife Business, I retired the Mr. 5.0 Dare street/strip car. Miss the Knives and racing both a LOT!!!

    Knife

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    Strever
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    well done Ernie
    nice to see you here Gentlemen  (Ernie & Chip)

    Dick

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    Coldking
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    Col Townsend Whelen once said “ the only guns that interest him are accurate ones” 
    id agree – same holds true for me- I seek unique rifles with tack driving accuracy 
    beautiful workmanship 
    CK 
     

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    markT
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    If I may ask,, what type of “rest” is that? Looks very interesting. Tks. 

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    220Swift
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    “markT”If I may ask,, what type of “rest” is that? Looks very interesting. Tks. 

    
It’s one from RAW web site 
    a knee riser 

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