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Old 11-06-2006, 09:34 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Impressive. But, good in the staging area is one thing. Good in the field...that's something else.
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Old 11-06-2006, 10:15 AM   #22 (permalink)
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If its a true winchester large loop, those are the John Wayne commemerative loops and go for at least $90.
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Funny, I remember running behind WM and seeing him twirl the gun on the field and shoot at people. So I know its more than show.
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Old 11-06-2006, 11:21 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Impressive. But, good in the staging area is one thing. Good in the field...that's something else.
Are you para phrasing Han Solo?

The lever is fabricated through use of a welder. The stock is carved from a Brazilian wood that is so hard that is sinks in water like a stone. I consider this early creation a bit crude since I made it when I was just a kid with little more than a Dremel. It even sports the prototype Thadadapter or Thadapter(which is also crude).

Despite Drum's assumption, no, I don't need a spring to feed paint and shoot one handed.
So yes, "Good in the field".
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Funny, I remember running behind WM and seeing him twirl the gun on the field and shoot at people. So I know its more than show.
Thanks buddy. You are in the picture above. Although I wish it were a picture and not a link.
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Old 11-06-2006, 02:02 PM   #26 (permalink)
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How do you get the paintball to overcome the centrifical force pulling it in the opposite direction?

If that's a trade secret, I understand.

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Are you para phrasing Han Solo?
Yes...glad someone got the reference.

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The stock is carved from a Brazilian wood that is so hard that is sinks in water like a stone.
Aaaahhhh....I know of which you speak, I just can't think of the name right now. I've seem some really nice pistol grips made out of it and I think I even saw flooring made from it on one episode of This Old House.

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So yes, "Good in the field".
I wasn't doubting your skill. I've been on the receiving end of that thing once or twice myself, just never saw the one-handed maneuver on the field...
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The stock is carved from a Brazilian wood that is so hard that is sinks in water like a stone.
It's not made of Jatoba is it? I've had to make some countertops out of that stuff, and it is hard, heavy, and comes from Brazil. Is a reddish colour to, sort of like the photos. I was thinking about making a pump out of it at one point, but after making the countertops decided that I don't want to see it every time I play, no matter how nice it looks.
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I am unsure of the spelling but the wood called epi or ipe.
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Old 11-06-2006, 05:23 PM   #30 (permalink)
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Ipe would be right...we used some of the same stuff on the Swedish Embassy. You can't nail it, you have to pre-drill and screw it together...the material itself is not that expensive, but it's a pain in the gnards to work with so the labor involved makes it costly.

And in the field, this one time, I saw him do this spinning move where he tossed down his empty AT while drawing from the shoulder holster as he and Justin gunned each other down. It was like you see in the movies. That was right after he barrel tagged three of us in broad daylight. I think Justin got it on video.
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