Disco repeating breech Pics

Disco repeating breech Pics

Joined: January 1st, 2008, 5:25 pm

November 1st, 2010, 5:03 am #1

After success with the Quickshot breech line for the QB I have started on the the Disco due to
popular demand. I have a few of these breeches made. Like the QB version, it uses the Mrod clips. It indexes flawlessly except the bolt handle is too close to the clip. By the time most of you see this the revised version will be complete with a rear mounted bolt handle. They will be shipping shortly in 22 cal. The .25 and 177 version shortly after that. This Quickshot version uses the Disco barrel. It is machined to fit the breech along with an internal oring groove for the bolt seal. We will offer barrel machining Just send the barrel.
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Some design notes ... The wimpy front breech screw has been eliminated for the Discovery version.
A band secures the breech front to the gas tube. You need to notch the stock below the band. No other mods to the rifle are required. I left in the front screw hole for the 2240 long steel breech. Also as shipped, the transfer port is ported to the breech not directly to the barrel. This allows for removal of the barrel without having to remove the breech. If you want to port to the barrel directly just drill it thru. The riser floats the barrel nicely but an optional barrel band is also available for, barrel only, 7/8" or 1" shrouds. The shroud shown is 1" diameter. The Disco Quickshot is made from anodized aluminum as are the other Quickshot breeches
so the Disco stays light. This breech is not yet listed on the.http://qbmags.com site yet but If you need more info Email me.

Thanks,

Jay
http://qbmags.com

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November 1st, 2010, 10:58 am #2

EXCELLENT ! EXCELLENT ! EXCELLENT !
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November 1st, 2010, 1:31 pm #3

After success with the Quickshot breech line for the QB I have started on the the Disco due to
popular demand. I have a few of these breeches made. Like the QB version, it uses the Mrod clips. It indexes flawlessly except the bolt handle is too close to the clip. By the time most of you see this the revised version will be complete with a rear mounted bolt handle. They will be shipping shortly in 22 cal. The .25 and 177 version shortly after that. This Quickshot version uses the Disco barrel. It is machined to fit the breech along with an internal oring groove for the bolt seal. We will offer barrel machining Just send the barrel.
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Some design notes ... The wimpy front breech screw has been eliminated for the Discovery version.
A band secures the breech front to the gas tube. You need to notch the stock below the band. No other mods to the rifle are required. I left in the front screw hole for the 2240 long steel breech. Also as shipped, the transfer port is ported to the breech not directly to the barrel. This allows for removal of the barrel without having to remove the breech. If you want to port to the barrel directly just drill it thru. The riser floats the barrel nicely but an optional barrel band is also available for, barrel only, 7/8" or 1" shrouds. The shroud shown is 1" diameter. The Disco Quickshot is made from anodized aluminum as are the other Quickshot breeches
so the Disco stays light. This breech is not yet listed on the.http://qbmags.com site yet but If you need more info Email me.

Thanks,

Jay
http://qbmags.com
Hi Jay,
Look forward to put one of these on my .22 Disco.
Who made the shroud shown on the pic? Is it 7/8 or 1"?
Will the barrel band be made in such a way that the shroud is free floted?
Thanks,

Pedro
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Joined: January 1st, 2008, 5:25 pm

November 1st, 2010, 1:38 pm #4

Hi Pedro,
I did the shroud. 1" diameter. Very effective. Sounds like a 22 mrod. Just made it for myself. When you order a barrel band just specify the shroud diameter or clearance diameter.

Jay
http://qbmags.com
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Joined: August 16th, 2006, 10:39 pm

November 1st, 2010, 3:14 pm #5

After success with the Quickshot breech line for the QB I have started on the the Disco due to
popular demand. I have a few of these breeches made. Like the QB version, it uses the Mrod clips. It indexes flawlessly except the bolt handle is too close to the clip. By the time most of you see this the revised version will be complete with a rear mounted bolt handle. They will be shipping shortly in 22 cal. The .25 and 177 version shortly after that. This Quickshot version uses the Disco barrel. It is machined to fit the breech along with an internal oring groove for the bolt seal. We will offer barrel machining Just send the barrel.
.
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.
Some design notes ... The wimpy front breech screw has been eliminated for the Discovery version.
A band secures the breech front to the gas tube. You need to notch the stock below the band. No other mods to the rifle are required. I left in the front screw hole for the 2240 long steel breech. Also as shipped, the transfer port is ported to the breech not directly to the barrel. This allows for removal of the barrel without having to remove the breech. If you want to port to the barrel directly just drill it thru. The riser floats the barrel nicely but an optional barrel band is also available for, barrel only, 7/8" or 1" shrouds. The shroud shown is 1" diameter. The Disco Quickshot is made from anodized aluminum as are the other Quickshot breeches
so the Disco stays light. This breech is not yet listed on the.http://qbmags.com site yet but If you need more info Email me.

Thanks,

Jay
http://qbmags.com
Someday I wish I could fit a Mrod mag sysytem to my S200
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Joined: January 1st, 2008, 5:25 pm

November 1st, 2010, 4:10 pm #6

Thanks Tom,
No plans on the S200 yet. I don't own one but hear great things about them.

Jay
http://qbmags.com
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Joined: August 16th, 2006, 10:39 pm

November 1st, 2010, 4:32 pm #7

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November 1st, 2010, 4:36 pm #8

Thanks Tom,
No plans on the S200 yet. I don't own one but hear great things about them.

Jay
http://qbmags.com
go with my Chinese 9x20 lathe kit ina crate. Actually its a nice lathe for the price and once I put a quick change tool post it is alot more fun to work with. The stock tool post was a pain to shim and get bits on center.
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November 1st, 2010, 5:46 pm #9

EXCELLENT ! EXCELLENT ! EXCELLENT !
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November 1st, 2010, 11:42 pm #10

go with my Chinese 9x20 lathe kit ina crate. Actually its a nice lathe for the price and once I put a quick change tool post it is alot more fun to work with. The stock tool post was a pain to shim and get bits on center.
Hi Tom,
Get a big mill if you have the space. They are going cheap these days

Jay
http://qbmags.com
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