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valkrie hunter 09-19-2010 06:46 AM

Steampunk Build Off Entries
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valkrie hunter 09-19-2010 06:46 AM

Title: Nailtazer C-500
Builder:Stanford Shih
Marker Used: late 90's WGP Autococker
Specs:Mini'd, PPS Stabilizer, WGP brass 3-way, WGP brass Ram, WGP brass LPR, Shocktech Phat hammer, Shocktech Pre2k bolt, Brass tubing, Brass cover, Copper tube stick feed, Copper trigger guard, Paduack wooden pump handle and grips, Leather wrap aroud for grips.



And a special thanks to Castro#66 for helping me out on this build

BigOldSkool 09-19-2010 02:09 PM

Title: The Imperial
Builder: Big Old Skool From East Coast Anarchy Productions/
Marker Used: Well... uh... It has a valve and frame from a trilogy, but thats about it.
Specs: - All brass construction, brass barrel at 686, with a ring just infront of the breach at .684, Its a hybrid between modern cocker, and old school sheridans.
Chrono: First three shots... 303, 302, 296...

bloodwashed 09-19-2010 03:33 PM

Title: vapor hoodlum? .....idk I don't have a real name yet.
Builder: bloodwashed
Marker Used: spyder compact/ scratch built from parts bought here
Specs: large volumizer copper coil, 19rd copper feed tube, scratch built collapsible beaver tail made from brass and black walnut,ans reg, black walnut grip
Chrono: sorry, no access to a chono....but it has a reg so I'm sure it's fine

remember guys this my first time building something like go easy on me

the trigger guard among other things is made out of old silverware, and the trigger frame is decorated with gold leaf pen stenciling

this is the ball detent cover

this is the volumizer with a copper coil that actually holds air

this is my favorate part, it's a collapsible beaver tail

the tip and the rear of the barrel is decorated with gold leaf pen also

and here she is.....

unfortunately i could not chrono it, as the closest one to me is 40 miles away
but i was able to take this vid to show it works

oh and the tank that's on it is just a temp, I'm planing on making a leather covered one with more gold leaf stenciling

DSCN5601.mp4 video by bl00dwashed - Photobucket

jitspoe 09-24-2010 02:59 AM

Title: Cloudmaker

Builder: jitspoe

Marker Used: Brass Eagle Rainmaker (with Ultralite 2 body milling by Rainman)

Specs: AKA valve, ANS Gen X2 regluator with wood veneer, WGP Orracle Tickler Regulator with wood veneer (anodizing & nickel platting stripped), Palmer(?) QEV's with nickel plating stripped, stripped macroline fittings, copper pipe and tubing, WGP Torpedo ASA (baked to a copper color + customized spigot handle), once-black, baked 90-degree Angel frame, Palmer pressure gauge, AGD Warp Feed (painted, on-off switch added, windows cut out on front and back, plexiglass added, LED+phototransistor setup that actuates warp feed when trigger is pulled), VL Revolution (old busted up shell I found on the field, painted, added wood veneer to cover hole, added clock/alam to lid), unknown barrel (blow torch faded, still waiting on UPS to get my Palmer brass barrel out of Phoenix, grr, been there for weeks), leather grips, Tlaloc replacement chip.

Chrono: ~275 (adjustable)


Video: YouTube - Jitspoe Steam Punk Paintball Marker

Robertsr 10-04-2010 11:29 PM

I present the brainchild of Professor Tomias Kostanopolis of the Pneu-Gun Design Works: The Automatic Magnatronic Spheriod Launcher, commonly known as the AutoMag.

Builder: Robertsr
Marker Used: Automag
Specs: Hand sculpted AGD lion headed body, fully copper leafed. Copper leafing on the frame The 9 round feed locks positively into the elbow. The game timer is a fully functional brass micro pocket watch that must be wound daily. The heavy brass handguard features a decorative level to estimate windage while firing. The all brass blunderbus barrel features an integrated loudener. The marker is finished in velvet. The fluid filled pressure gauge is an antique brass industrial high pressure unit from the 40's.
Chrony: Anywhere between 240 and 340 with a standard screw in tank.

Reality Compromised 10-17-2010 03:33 AM

The Cloudmaker wins. I'm not even posting my failed attempt.

russc 10-17-2010 03:40 AM


Originally Posted by Reality Compromised (Post 1510526)
The Cloudmaker wins. I'm not even posting my failed attempt.

Yeah, but did you see the nuka cola crank-rifle in the Apocalyptic Thread? :p

Goat 10-18-2010 11:26 PM

Awesome job by all!! glad im not a judge

Deuce 10-19-2010 02:13 AM

There are some seriously breathtaking builds in the two build offs. Hats off to everyone participating.

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