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YouTube Video: The STUD DTM: What it does and the magic behind how it works.

Forums Industry News YouTube Video: The STUD DTM: What it does and the magic behind how it works.

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    douglashepler
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    Just Published on YouTube:

    In this video we do a really deep dive into the STUD DTM (direct to mag) that automatically allows users to load, a FX Impact magazine. In the video, we show how the DTM compares with competing products, the engineering behind its "magic" and how it's made. For those of you that enjoy the "nuts and bolts" behind how a product is designed and made, this is for you.

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    plingpling
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    Well my loader for the maverick have turned out to be a waste,,,,, BUT !!!!! solely my fault, i am only shooting slugs in the Maverick now and i have gotten a Vulcan 3 for pellets.

    I was wondering would / could STUD make a head size gauge / sorter system ?

    I want to get into sorting my pellets by head size, but the systems on the market ATM seem a little time consuming, so i have been wondering if there was a way to mechanize / automate it.

    I am sure that if there was a system where  you could dump a tin of pellets into a hopper, and press start and have it sort the pellets into 3-4 sizes, that would be very interesting for a lot of shooters.

    And if it was automated it dident have to be fast, i would run such a sorter all day on my kitchen table, thats for sure.

    I am thinking maybe have the AI / mechanics handled by a Arduino computer, maybe with a camera to gauge which size the pellet is trapped at.

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    douger
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    i got one in 22 cal dont use it all the time but it does work flawless 

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    Pestkillah
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    Thanks for explaining the technical differences. I may just try one now!

    PK 

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    douglashepler
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    PlingPling – We have something we will be introducing in a week or so that you may like ALLOT. A dedicated 40 round magazine for the Maverick/Dreamline that is specifically designed to shoot the ZAN and even the new Patriot Javelin 40gn slugs...the Javelins will not fit into the factory mags but will fit ours!

    Sneak peek below!

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    Jasonmc
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    I have a dreamline compact with the 177, 22 and 25 barrels…. although I use an aftermarket mag for the 22 and 25… the stud loaders cant be use.  Witch I knew this when i bought them… however i do use the fx magazine when I have my dreamline set up in 177…. and those little guys sure can be a pain to load. . I definitely use stud loaders for the 177… simple, easy to use and fast loading. Always works. Never an issue.  Super happy I have it in 177!

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    Airgunnnner
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    Good stuff STUD!

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    plingpling
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    Uuuu i like that, but i am .177 over here.

    Got some Zan slugs on pre-order, but not the heaviest ones ( 20 grain ) and also looking for the new H&N ones, which i got 5 tins of in 16 grain so far.

    TBH i have been looking into single slot trays for my 2 guns in a attempt to slow down lead dispensing. 🙂

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