Michael Carroll: You guys are getting way to complicated in your designs of these things.
The springs on these are not that strong, that you need a huge clamp like
that. All you need is a pipe clamp, and a pipe. Bessey - PC34 - Pipe Clamps
Style: Traditional Pipe Size (Inch): 3/4.
I am sure you can get them cheaper, but getting crazy trying to cut c
clamps apart is a waste of time and money. On mine which shoots over
1200fps, so the average sized spring, i can compress the spring with my
hand. When i first watched all these videos about cutting c clamps you guys
made me think that these rifles had some serious pressure on the spring,
which isnt true at all. I am not a very strong guy i only weight 150, and
benchpress my weight. If you had a strong guy i am saying he could do this
with out even a clamp.
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 Goodz: Hey no problem, glad I could help, cheers.........
phantomshtter: You could have just counter sunk the U bolt holes on the under side of the
Edox101: Good vid mate! For anyone without a mitre box you can also make one at home
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.
Moonie Parone: @AJGumsey suicide is an option for idiots like you :) go block yourself
sausaage123: heya, im planning to make a small rifle using a crutch (jackal style! cos
its compact, light and hollow, so i can make a bullpup type design) and am
debating whether to use spring power or air power... what do you reckon
would be most portable and easier to use?
HECTOR EDUARDO: GOOD WORK!!
bullzye01: not a bad idear for compressing the spring cheers
Hio Ontario: should i buy a 300dollar 22 airrifle for 80 dollars? its unused and mint
condition ! its gamo! but i dont shoot animals so should i buy this bargain?
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?
hw7777: i made mine with 3 rubber insulated pipe rings. worked G R E A T.
mephiskapheles6: Would I have to make one of these for the Benji Trail NP All Weather?
oooops10: warcraft: we need more lumber!
Joel Goodz: @msfootball97 Is it? why did you watch it then? you don't seem too
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.
Joel Goodz: @MrPapergunner Windows Movie Maker- Titles and Credits... Cheers,
metalero19882: the spring need to be pulled back in place to shot again. if you run on gas
the system is much more faster and clean.
1keloso1: Hard work, but well worth it!!!
elliottjameswalsh: @jgoodz420 LOL
JohnJaggerJack: what does it do (what is that for). and why would i want to do that?!
Joel Goodz: Thanks man, Im editing my disassembly video as we speek. So if you want to
see disassembly, and this compressor in action, check it out.......cheers.
fredfanman1: my uncle did this he was in jail FOR FREAKIN SIX YEARS DONT DO THIS IF YOUR
Titleification: haters gon hate
Joel Goodz: hey no problem, cheers.
Jtag Sheep: @MANDELBROT27 wtf its easy as reading title
chrisames1: @jgoodz420 hi, what is the difference between a c clamp and a g clamp thanks
MrMudNugget: Damn kids and their tools. In MY day we used to carve hammers out of fallen
trees with cabbage.
Raja sekar: A good an very simple idea had made a good job man
Sallehin Taib: stupid video
pitmonkeylondon: Excellent tutorial, i have just made one the same as you, so thank you!!
shoptime69: Awesome I liked that where you clearly knew what you are talking about and
shot him down :-)
johnbunsenburner: Hey mate, great job on the video. I have a Diana 22 and I disassembled it,
which was a dumb ass move... Now I need to push it back in, and it seems
that I need to push the spring in past the trigger, then insert and fix the
trigger, then let go and let the spring LIE on the trigger while I add the
second pin and the end cap. I hope you can help me out soon, I'd like to
get this done soon.
eat shat google plus: you don't need a spring compressor for a Crosman Phantom .22 (at least mine
Tilbily: Just bought one of these Phantoms today. To "upgrade" the performance, my
understanding is to buy one of the repair kits from Eric. To install his
kit, will I need to compress and decompress springs?
SK: nice homie its hard too do its not easy lol
makakikus100: excelent !!! one idea more, put springs small and put-out the washers, and
make ajustable the level ehhh!! what do thing?? send you big salute...
MisterWannabee: Mine is basically the same but shorter, meant to be used with the barrel
removed. Since removing the barrel is only a matter of the one pivot bolt,
it's worth the time. Then, I can clean and lube the pivot area upon
reassembly. Good vid.
JaleelJohanson62: @msfootball97 That's because you're not using your head.....
vitebsk1944: Nice vid, the one I made is similar. I added some tape around the U bolts
to keep the action from getting scratched; also made some wood blocks to
fit over the clamp and the end cap, for more positive contact. Some springs
come out bent.
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
Joel Goodz: @jperales29 its for compressing springs lol
AiRGuNmOdEr: wooow this is amazing =D ..actully i can't get it o.O but anyways 5 starz :D
Joel Goodz: @brydrinksicewater No problem, glad I could help....
mamish mamishi: Great job, very innovative . I was thinking about building one, and I just
happen to find yours. Thank you, Nick.
djce18: GOOD JOB
Joel Goodz: Hey no problem, glad I could help........
husseinnamr3: GOOD MAN