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Old 03-23-2012, 02:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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So very proud about my latest build!

When winter comes, I stop playing paintball and start tinkering in my mancave and in the B/S/T section to find parts and whatnot.

I had two mag projects this winter. First off, the TOTShadow's old RT Classic that I got reanodized in a woodland camo splash, which can be seen here.

Next, was this Classic 68 that I wanted to restore. Except, the project changed directions along the way and I spent probably more than I originally wanted to.

This it what she looks like now:



As it stands, it's 90% complete. I am waiting for some hardline and fittings to go on the CP ASA and foregrip and I need to get the valve and barrel polished.

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-Level 7 Classic valve
-Rare AGD stainless steel centerfeed low-rise body
-Omega rail
-32 Degrees single trigger frame
-pbalien73 dragon wood grips
-Pearce finger groove inserts
-CP direct mount ASA
-Phantom hardline compression kit, cut-down to fit
-Doc's twistlock-to-cocker adapter
-Stainless steel Freak back
-Doc's M-4 polished aluminum tip

With a small tank and a 50-round hopper, this will be a really tight setup to play with.

*EDIT*

Updated pictures, got my polished parts back today and installed the bottom hard line:




I LOVE how the valve turned out. The Classic 68 lasering didn't survive, but the serial number did:



FREAKin' shiny!

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Old 03-23-2012, 03:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I just sent my low rise centerfeed off to get pump milled. It's one of the better bodies they made. It's surprising you don't see them more often. Looks great, by the way.
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Wow! I'm really digging how tight the set-up is!
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Old 03-23-2012, 09:35 PM   #4 (permalink)
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And proud you should be. It looks awesome. I love the barrel tip.
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Very nice!
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So that's what you wanted the hardline for.

That looks incredible, man!
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ooh shiny
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Old 03-24-2012, 09:57 AM   #8 (permalink)
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So that's what you wanted the hardline for.
Yup! I had to cut it to make it fit, it was about a quarter inch too long. I found another hardline kit and will add it on the CP ASA and foregrip. No more macroline!
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Yup! I had to cut it to make it fit, it was about a quarter inch too long. I found another hardline kit and will add it on the CP ASA and foregrip. No more macroline!
I'm headed that way on my classic RT. Macro next to hardline looks odd when you think about it.

Your rail really ties it together. Nice.
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Cool looking mag. So SHINEY
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