This snap looks pretty cool, I guess. I'll give it that. But unfortunately, you need to accept that this blaster is of inferior design to pretty much any standard snap that can be made with less effort, and achieve better/safer performance. I understand the desire to make atypical blasters that look cool; I've made a couple simply for that purpose, but you need to stop defending it as if you built it for performance, because it can be torn apart (e.g. by Zorn) pretty easily in that regard.
Finished up on my bolt action. I might add some metal furniture and decoration here and there, but all of the functional features are in place.
Added an actual trigger.
Trigger link is about as simple as it gets.
I may or may not make a video on this one. I don't think there's anything new enough to have to explain via video, but if anyone has any lingering questions on how it works, feel free to PM me, and I'll explain, or post a video explaining.
If I'm understanding this correctly, this does the same thing as a power stock, but it's internal? This is really neat if the internal spring you've got in there is powerful enough not to need that pesky outer spring, which makes reassembly of these blasters somewhat tricky.