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Old 12-19-2016, 08:48 AM
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What kind of frame is that on it ?

If I replaced it I'd probably do gloss black.

I did plan on putting the stock reg back on it.

Maybe a black feedneck.
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Old 12-19-2016, 10:35 AM
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I may be selling my FLE rezzie if you're interested.
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Old 12-19-2016, 10:56 AM
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NVM, I see you already bought it.
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Old 12-19-2016, 10:58 AM
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Is that body anodized? I can't tell.

But sell the CP reg - it'll make up for some of the purchase $.
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Old 12-19-2016, 11:14 AM
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He says it's clear anodized.

That's the first thing I asked.

Probably sell the stickies, barrel, and reg, stock body, to recoup as much as I can.

What type frame is that on it ?

I want a black frame and one of Simons gloss feednecks.
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Old 12-19-2016, 12:40 PM
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Matte black frames no gloss.

That is a stock frame on it now. You can always tell Simon's parts, as he has his symbol on parts for brand recognition.
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Old 12-19-2016, 02:47 PM
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Matte black frames no gloss.

That is a stock frame on it now. You can always tell Simon's parts, as he has his symbol on parts for brand recognition.
I realize it's the stock frame.

Aren't there two different types of cocker frames?

That's what I was asking.

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Old 12-19-2016, 05:17 PM
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From Simon, yes and no. He does not offer a swing for cockers, but has a 45 & 86 slider frames. I never have shot a 86 frame but wouod like to just so i have a better clue as to the difference in handling and shooting. It is totally different than a mag frame as you do need to do a more than complete trigger pull.cockers are not the gun that you just slide the sear off the bolt and go.

I would certainly put some paint through it just to get used to it. It also dictates whether this will be a flip or if you want to be converted.
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Old 12-19-2016, 07:05 PM
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So wait, I have to learn how to pull the trigger ?

Ruh roh

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So wait, I have to learn how to pull the trigger ?

Ruh roh

The trigger is a 2 stage trigger. You need to pull it fully, to have the gun cycle completely.it sounds harder than it is.

It goes like this, if and when the trigger is properly setup:
1st part; Pull trigger all the way back, the sear drops, hammer goes forward strikes the valve. Then the 4-way (also called 3-way) switches pushing the bolt back, recocking the hammer.
2nd part, the release, switches the 4-way back, moving the ram forward. Resetting the bolt (the paint is now loaded in the breech), to its "closed" bolt position. The rest of the pneumatics are now at rest, and the gun is now ready to be shot.

That seems like a lot and it is, but the one thing that Simon did on the Ressurection, was make it simpler, not in automation, but in feel. As long as you fully pull the trigger back and release the trigger, you won't have any issues. So shoot it, 1-2 hoppers would be the acid test.

Honestly, it would have been better to have shot a ressurection FIRST, then decide on if you like it, love it or if its nit for you. But that choice is no longer viable, as the gun is on its way to you. You now have to put effort into it, as the triggers, in comparison of a mag to cocker, are worlds apart. The ressurection is much better than the WGP cockers, but it still is NOTHING like a mag trigger.
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