Blazer Serial Number Questions

meatball is selling his blazer cause he has "seen the preverbial light" and gone electro...i must say tho its a nice gun...and having a boomie on it makes it even better...i have a boomie for my blazers and it is absolutely awesome...very quiet as well...

regarding serial numbers...i own 048, 051, 396, 741, and 896, and soon to own two 2000 series blazers that are the Special Editions...once i pay them off in like a year... :rolleyes: ...the differences are like this... blazers before approx 400 - 500 had a smaller gas chamber and require a higher pressure to operate at optimum, blazers in the 1000 series after that which range from 500 - 900+ have a larger gas chamber and can operate at a lower pressure but still about 400psi or so...the NEWEST blazers that started at 2000 and go up from there have a differnet bolt setup, larger air chamber, run at a lower pressure, and are a tiny bit longer than the 1000 series...

my 048 and 051 perform very nicely running at high pressure...396 is heavily tuned and dual regulated so it runs beautifully also...741 works nicely, but has a VERY VERY stiff trigger, and you tried 896 and know what it's like...its a sweet gun...almost the same as meatballs

lots of numbers in there...heh...

the only difference between the two you are looking at is the l/f vs r/f and the l/f probably has an older style frame and not a .45...meatballs has the same exact drop and reg setup as the one you tried had also...so you might like that...

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