Craig Palmer's personal 'gun. Hybrid of Typhoon and Stroker. Built from scratch (like Typhoon), but used several Sheridan/Crosman parts. Somewhat similar to Classic Typhoon. Not produced for sale to public. Nickel-plated brass body.
Brass rod connected to the rear of trigger used to push the Bellcrank inside the trigger frame. Only on Palmer semi-automatic 'guns.
Velocity adjusting mechanism at rear of lower receiver to control main-spring tension. Adjusted with 3/16" or 5/64" (only on Back-Bottle versions) Allen (HEX) wrench.
One of Palmer's semi-automatic 'guns. Built from scratch only. Nickel-plated brass body.
System on some Palmer pump- and semi-automatic 'guns for faster bolt-removal.
See "Universal Mounting Bracket"
Universal Mounting Bracket
Needed to install gun stock or bottom-line kit on all Sheridan grip frames. Sheridan frames are too thin and at an awkward angle not suitable for a gun stock or bottom-line.
Component of 'gun hit by Hammer to open. Opening allows gas to flow in and fire 'gun.
Part of Valve hit by Hammer. Small rod protruding from valve.
Viewloader motorized-loader modified to activate when trigger is pulled. Not from Palmer's Pursuit Shop.
One of Palmer's metal gun stocks. Can attach to the bottom of Sheridan (Palmer) grip/trigger frames without the use of a UMB. Shaped like a triangle or wedge.
Cup-like area on Palmer 'guns on the inside of every barrel. Prevents paintballs to roll out of the barrel prematurely. "Controlled dents."
This was worte by: David Lin
Date: February 3rd 1999