Discussion in 'General Airgun Chat' started by ad84, May 17, 2019 at 9:22 PM.
Can anyone please explain what the differences are between the different marks of EV2 stocks. TIA
Mk1 - hamster and cheek piece each have 2 posts. The standard stock was painted silver with graphics.
Mk2 - Now unpainted laminate stock with same set up as Mk1 but with a longer hamster.
Mk3 - The cheek piece now has a single post.
Mk4 - Both cheek piece and hamster now have a single post.
I dont quite agree with you on that. I thought it was...
Was also available in an unpainted laminate stock.
Unpainted stock but still short hamster.
Long twin post hamster, single post cheek and butt.
Cheek, long hamster and butt plate have a single post.
As above, but:-
Mk 1:- blued barrel and air tube with separate brass transfer port.
Mk2:- different barrel now with built in transfer port, now barrel and cylinder nickel plated, new breach block in three colour choices, new reg.
Mk3:- slightly reworked/lighten breach block, improved anodising, lightweight poplar wood stock now available ( The blonde)
Mk4:- reworked and lightened breach block, new improved barrel. (twist rate changed from 1 in 16 to 1 in 14).
I really shold have got out of bed and had some coffee before posting! Listen to Dteveav200, not me!
Who? More coffee required?