Those are not chocolate covered Raisins . Those are the "Droppings" from under the Rabbit Hutches at the Bi-Star Petting Zoo that have been chocolate covered .I have been waiting patiently for the Bi Star Candy Company to open up! Some areas know the breakthrough chocolates as being chocolate covered raisins, I have an inside from the Hopper there may be a more wasteful ingredient to bring them to the top of the bowl!
Those are not chocolate covered Raisins . Those are the "Droppings" from under the Rabbit Hutches at the Bi-Star Petting Zoo that have been chocolate covered .
What questions do you have? We have installed around 15 of those units many years ago
I also installed several of those when I was in the stock alteration business. What you have is called the RAD3. It is basicall a RAD2a connected to a sliding comb mechanism.Thanks for responding Joe.
I want to adjust the LOP and understand how to do that via the instructions on the website and I have the wrench. What I do not know before I pull the unit is how it is connected to the comb and I do not want to mess that up.
I would call you and ask you these questions in person but I would need my New York Dialect interpreter and he is still being held for questioning after that unfortunate incident at the strip club last night.
Thank you stockguy!I also installed several of those when I was in the stock alteration business. What you have is called the RAD3. It is basicall a RAD2a connected to a sliding comb mechanism.
To change the LOP use the folowing sequence EXACTLY: Remove the comb. With an 1/8" Allen wrench, loosen the machine screw in the center of the comb mechanism that is now visable ONLY 1/2 TURN - no more. On the RAD system, loosen the (2) set screws on the side of the mounting plate and adjust the LOP to the desired length as normal (if it doesn't move, there may exist some "keeper" set screws in those two threaded holes that you'll have to remove before getting to the actual set screws that hold the LOP). After adjusting your LOP, tighten the two LOP set screws on the RAD and THEN tighten the machine screw on the slider mechanism. Replace your comb and go shooting! It sounds more confusing than it actually is. Simple once you get the sequence down just right. Good luck!
The hydraulic resistance is adjusted by the numbered dial on the end of the hydraulic piston. David Hart, the manufacturer, changed hydraulic piston manufacturers in appox 2009. On the older pistons, setting -0- is the stiffest with -9- the lightest. On the newer pistons, it's the opposite. I much prefer stiffer over softer because you want to dissipate the recoil over the entire stroke. If you set it too light it will bottom out too easily and you get the rest of the recoil.Thank you stockguy!
I knew someone here would have the answer.
Would you have any insight regarding adjustment of the recoil tension?