Just buy that 20 dollar pipe clamp, and a cheap pipe and your good to go. I also dont recommend leaving the barrel attached to the chamber ethier, it is just not a good idea, and makes it harder.
RimfireRat: " 2 diplomas in technical fields and a few years of experience" ~~~and you never padded the areas your gun rested or counter sunk any screws,
Joel Goodwin: Obviosly you dont know what your talking about because there is no retaining clip in the rear of the compression tube moron...
Watch the reassembly before making youself look like a complete idiot, thanks...
phantomshtter: These don't make any sense, so once you have compressed your spring back into the housing with the clamp how do you reinstall the retainer pin with a C clamp pressing on the end of the spring?
phantomshtter: You could have just counter sunk the U bolt holes on the under side of the base.
MrMudNugget: Damn kids and their tools. In MY day we used to carve hammers out of fallen trees with cabbage.
Sallehin Taib: stupid video
mamish mamishi: Great job, very innovative . I was thinking about building one, and I just happen to find yours. Thank you, Nick.
Sallehin Taib: sooooo boooring
XSkyCrafter: Very useful! Thanks
Math J: Good Job Man
Joel Goodz: Of course you don't NEED one...
But it is much easier, faster and much safer with one. I have used this many times, work for most spring power guns. Its better to have something and not need it than need it and not have it...
And good luck installing your lock pin and trigger assembly with a "cup type deal" over the back end of the compression tube lol
Raja sekar: A good an very simple idea had made a good job man
autodidact1962: Very impressive. This is the sharpest looking DIY spring compressor I've seen anywhere! I'm guessing that you probably used a vise to hold the C clamp for cutting and drilling. Thanks for your work.
eat shat google plus: you don't need a spring compressor for a Crosman Phantom .22 (at least mine anyways).
eat shat google plus: Lot easier to just get a good bar clamp & carve two blocks to fit closely the breech end (for maximum support) and a cup type deal for the extreme rear end of your receiver. You can fill your workshop with all kinds of jigs you will only use infrequently.
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