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    Posted: 25 May 2012 at 9:49pm
Was working on adding a new stock to my Tippmann 98 Custom ACT and I was wondering if it was possible to change the bolt over to a single spring system while being able to keep the linkage pin attached to the rear bolt? Do I need a different bolt assembly? If so, what do you recommend?  The new stock does not have holes for both springs.  Any and all help is appreciated.
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Or, you could measure the size and depth of the hole in the stock end cap and put a similar one in the new stock.
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Asked someone to do that for me and they messed it up, so that is why I am at this point.  But thank you for the input.
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The best thing to do in buy a stock that is A.C.T. compatible, all of them are made that way now. If you purchased one that isn't it must be about 5 or 6 years old.

You can convert your marker to non A.C.T. buy swapping out the rear bolt, linkage arm & drive spring with a non A.C.T. model, but you will be losing a great feature.

 
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