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BLASER Unsingle balancing system...COOL!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Bob Schultz, Jan 26, 2010.

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  1. Bob Schultz

    Bob Schultz Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I have just been fooling around with the new BLASER balancing system for the unsingle and the O/U barrels. The O/U is so easy and straight forward you just bolt on the appropriate weights to the sides of the barrel under the forend and you're done. Weights are supplied with the gun as are the tools and screws.

    The Unsingle, shown above, has a really cool tungsten balancing weight that is located in the top tube above the barrel. Using the stock wrench you remove the plug and threaded rod and you can move the weight back and forth to adjust balance the way you like it. More weight can be added by adding another tungsten weight. There is a set screw to hold it in place and a "O" ring to keep it from rattling. Grease it up before you put it back to prevent any condensation from causing corrosion. How cool is this?

    Some of my customers have asked how to adjust the weight and I figured all of you might be interested as well. I have 2 combo sets left. More on the way. Lefties will be in a couple of weeks, release triggers around the end of March.

    Thanks for looking! Bob Schultz
     
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    Bob Schultz Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    I moved the tungsten weight forward about an inch and a half and you could really tell the difference! Good piece of engineering.

    Bob
     
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    Bob, could this balance weight be use on the K-80 ?
     
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    TjayE. I have a 34" top single Krieghoff 32 that has a system such as this. A brass rod that is attached to the plug in the bottom hole that has a variety of weights and spacers and is secured by a screw. Don't know if factory or aftermarket. Bob is correct, you can really feel a difference when you fuddle with the systems.
     
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    Bob

    Is their anywany that a weight system like this could be added to a Caesar?

    Shawn
     
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    Tom, the device that killer mentioned is a Krieghoff item. The Model 32 combos that Jason and I had both had them in the top single barrels and someone I showed ours to bought one from KI for his K-80 unsingle barrel. It consists of an aluminum snap cap that a threaded rod screws into. A brass weight then screws onto the other end of the rod.

    You can't adjust the location of the weight like the Blaser device but you could use different length threaded rods on the Kreighoff weight to accomplish the same thing.

    Ed
     
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    Do these new F3's have a removable trigger group?
     
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    Goose, yes. One screw and a pin kind of in the spirit of a Kolar.
     
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    Thanks Bob.
     
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    Guerini's new "Impact" gun has a similar system.It has a kenetic
    balancer with micro adjustments in the stock. It also has interchangeable
    weight rods under the rib to change balance point.
     
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