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Old 04-09-2013, 10:09 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by C4 Explosives View Post
Anyways, maybe out of boredom i'll design an SL-68III and kick it to Tippmann for giggles, but in the meantime I still say that the SL-68II Gen2 is a great nod to the original and with a good barrel (Palmers) is a solid starter/intermediate pump platform. These guns are really hard to kill and they have very few internal components which are easily replaceable. Also didn't mention that in the rare case of a paint break they can be swabbed very easily with a rubber swab without having to strip anything from the gun, can't do that with a trracer/phantom.
Auch, as a manufacturing professional I wish they had just called it the "SL-68III" to begin with. Freakin' "new A-5," or the "new SL-68II," just add a Roman numeral so I can track it with a syllable or two.
Originally Posted by Bigtuana View Post
1. Do not use the Wally Lama's name in vain.
2. Do not put any airsmith before the WALZ
3. Do not covet thy neighbors brass
4. Give a lot of cool **** to cool people for free
Originally Posted by Fancyfingers View Post
I stumbled in here looking for autococker/pump advise [sic] and being FLAMED OUT MY A$$ on PBN.
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