The stock is from a Javelin M24 modified to fit the KJW M700 action. Lots of JB Weld and patience.DRAGON64 said:This has not been mentioned yet, but my KJW did not come with an adjustable shoulder pad... Can you fill us in on the details of your mod? Maybe even another thread in the appropriate forum(?) I love the KJW, but I always felt they missed the boat by not adding the adjustable but pad, and making the rifle more military like instead of police like.
I get about 3-4 magazines (29 rounds each) at 60 degrees farenheit. This is with the regulator set at 500 fps with .20g bbs. I use .30g Bioshots when I am shooting. I have recently gone to a dual regulator setup using an ANS Gen X2 first regulator at 400psi, and a secondary regulator ANS Jackhammer 2 set to around 80psi for .20g bbs at 550fps. The consistency has been great with the dual reg setup, and it still all fits in my buttstock pouch.Ronin055 said:Useing that Co2 set up, what would you say is the number of shots you get before you need to put in another cylinder?
Yes, I like internal setups. I never liked the way a remote setup worked, it was too much like paintball, and the remote line just never looked right. I'm working on another project now (cheap Tanaka I got online) that kind of integrates the CO2 system into the stock of the gun, dual regulated of course. I'll post pics when I'm done.Ronin055 said:What your doing is similar to what I want to do with my G96D. I want to make a completely internal CO2 or HPA system for my gun. One or two regulators with an internal Macroline.
However what I want to do is make the expansion chamber permenantly mounted where the gas valve would be on a magazine. In other words, mount an expansion chamber with valve, in the place where the magazine valve would sit. So when you eject the magazine, you would really only eject the BBs from the mag.
Then external to the gun, the only thing visible to your set up would be the pressure gauge. No visible hoses. If I could do that, I think Id go HPA or Co2