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  realism_enthusiast

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Posted: January 21 2016 at 8:40pm | IP Logged Quote realism_enthusiast

I've got an rg 88 made by rohm which is a semi-automatic gas-operated 9mm PAK blank-firing gun. However I have reasons for making sure the bolt/breech face can withstand extra force and pressure from a much stronger explosion and level of energy the brass casing puts on the breech/bolt face once it starts propelling the slide backwards..

I've heard nothing but great things about ROHM.. professionals who've proved their wisdom with decades of experience saying ROHM has structural integrity that is comparable to, if not better than zoraki (and i've been told rohm beats ekol any day of the week).

I know most of the metal is zamak but I think so long as I reinforce the breech face then the gun should be able to withstand the extra pressure.

any suggestions? thanks!
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Posted: January 22 2016 at 2:53am | IP Logged Quote UKBiker

I assume you are considering converting to .380 ACP following the youtube guy Jewish joule generator?

Be aware that his conversions are designed purely to scam money from people and only hold up fora few rounds before failure.

Also if you intend on fitting a rifled barrel then t he pressures will be much higher than with the smoothbore barrels he uses, his barrels are not a tight fit around the projectile which reduces the pressure significantly.

I have looked into his conversions and I would not recommend attempting it
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Posted: January 22 2016 at 3:06am | IP Logged Quote realism_enthusiast

i have absolutely NO idea what you're talking about?

btw no i would no rifle the barrel and no i don't plan on using .380 i plan on fitting .22 pellets inside the PAK round and having for when im confronted by attackers with no option but to fight or die. Close range practicality only.
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Posted: January 22 2016 at 11:31am | IP Logged Quote backbencher

I had an RG revolver - they are known for going out of time. Generally regarded as junk. My suggestion? Get your pistol license and buy a real gun.
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A good knife is going to serve you better than .22" pellets. You can get a firearms license in Canada.
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