Really Right Stuff Anvil 30 Retro Kit

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So, I went to MHSA today and they have a lot of Anvil 30s in right now, so I grabbed a Retro Kit to give it a try









Super straightforward to upgrade, word of warning, the tiny spring under the leg lock is a bitch. One came out, it was probably out of whack a bit as soon as I took the leg off it sprang. The rest stayed in place with no issue. But getting it back into place is a bitch.

Read through the instructions once prior, it helps avoid the spring issue, but I wish I had a better picture of the spring in place, that is the only thing missing from the instructions. I winged it a bit, but it functions fine.

The locking mechanism is super tight on the Anvil 30 head, but adjustable and nice. I am gonna try to balance it this weekend to adjust it just perfect for me.
 
#2
Yeah I hear you on the spring! Sorry about not putting that in the instructions. My little piece of advice is tape the silver leg lock in place before you remove the leg so the whole assembly can not lift off.

There is also a video on our you tube page and on the product listing that shows users how to time the head stronger or lighter.
 
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Yeah I hear you on the spring! Sorry about not putting that in the instructions. My little piece of advice is tape the silver leg lock in place before you remove the leg so the whole assembly can not lift off.

There is also a video on our you tube page and on the product listing that shows users how to time the head stronger or lighter.
Does that still void the warranty if you change the timing?
 
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They are the strongest thing we have made and the whole system is more rigid then the other systems due to the apex not being hollow like the others. I cant speak for wind vibration as that would be more for a spotter setup, not touching, the system, just observing, and that does not happen often. I really like shooting off of this setup!
 
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