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Tanaka M629 Performance Center V-Comp.

 

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I got this second hand from a friend of mine and while it doesn't have the non-fluted cylinder, I prefer it this way.

 

-Piano

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Got this 2nd hand tanaka the other day .Its a bit beat up with its broke rear site, I can let that go though as its awesome .Great to skirmish ,I want more :D

You'd find that real S&W sights will fit. You'd need to slightly enlarge the hole for the spring and ball bearing though as you'd need to use the original ones.

http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Category4_750001_750051_759652_-1_757839_757837_image

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You'd find that real S&W sights will fit. You'd need to slightly enlarge the hole for the spring and ball bearing though as you'd need to use the original ones.

http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Category4_750001_750051_759652_-1_757839_757837_image

 

 

Cool ,cheers :)

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Posted originally in the Artistic Airsoft thread, but it deserves to be here too. I like the wooden grips more than the Hogues that came with the M629 originally.

 

-Piano

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Custom paint job and hand polishing on my Tanaka M29 Performance Centre.

 

Went for a slightly textured satin finish to offset the metal work.

 

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Tanaka M29 Performance Center by road_dancer, on Flickr

 

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Tanaka M29 Performance Center by road_dancer, on Flickr

 

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Tanaka M29 Performance Center by road_dancer, on Flickr

 

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Tanaka M29 Performance Center by road_dancer, on Flickr

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Thats pretty much exactly how I like modern revolvers to look. Unfluted cylinders for the win. Nice one :).

Edited by p.briden

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Thanks! I wouldn't have had the guts to do it if the original finish hadn't been so scratched up *laughs*

 

I love my revolvers, I'll be getting some shots of my Tanaka Umbrella Magnum tomorrow :)

 

*edit* Ooooooo! That's lovely Londo!

Edited by Road_Dancer

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Creation CNC alu m29 kit Tanaka m629 performance center based (new edition)

 

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Can anyone tell me how to adjust the hopup or does it have fixed hop? Now bb's even with .30 fly everywhere...

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That's beautiful. One of these days I'll get around to making my M29 metal.

 

As far as the hop-up goes, I believe that my M29, which is the middle version (the super old school have no flow resticter and a large gas opening. Mine has a large gas opening but was then retrofitted with a brass flow restricter so it only shoots 330-350) did have a simple hop-up mech that was adjustable via an allen key. I'm not sure if the newer models are the same way though since they may have made changes when they de-rated the gas system even further.

 

Hows the power of the newest versions? When you fitted the kit did you look to see if you could bore out a larger gas opening to get the power back up to where it should be?

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Nope just fitted it, did not tried to bore out anything, and I have no fps meter...

 

The kit is super nice, beautiful glossy finish.

 

Some better pics

 

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Tanaka Colt Detective Special with Creation kit & wood grips

 

 

That is a thing of pure beauty.

 

All it needs now for company is a pint of whiskey and an ashtray full of butts :) or have I been watching too much film noir again.....

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Not too exciting, but my Wingun 4".  Modded a PDI 6.01 barrel and a hop up into it, but otherwise it's stock.  Holster is Blue Hawk Trading Post brand.

 

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