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Old 03-22-2011, 10:29 PM   #1 (permalink)
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the gun wall is starting to take shape



i could not resist a cell phone photo op after tuning today. all but two of these guns have been chronoed and are ready to go for the year. and some of you may notice your old guns since over half are "recent" purchases.
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Old 03-22-2011, 10:32 PM   #3 (permalink)
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i know i really need one i need a good cocker and a pump to. the metadyne is coming though
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I LOVE the fact you're using an A5 to hold it all up so it doesn't fall.
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I don't need it in my hands....the picture is right there. Cool thing about pictures: they give you an accurate representation of what something will look like. They've been doing it since 1822, or so I'm told.
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ya THATS how strong A5s are
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Actually looks really good. I'd use eyelets or something, though with small bungee cords or something to secure the ones on the doors, last thing you would want is a door to swing open and all that brass come crashing down.
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(hangs head) i know, but guns with batteries seam to be cheaper and the money it burns in my pocket
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Wow, thats seriously impressive. Is this home-brewed or a purchase with some adaptations?
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let see
right door
top impulse: slated for balance valve project
shocker: slated for efficiency project
bottom impulse: base line for balance valve project
center
b/y nerve: nasty nerve (dont touch)
lucky 5.1 ion: only had it a few days dont know what im going to do with it yet
blue/y nerve: base line nerve
y/blue: slated for balance valve project
green timmy: carbon fiber freak
y/b: maybe another balance valve depends on how project 1 works
spyder: this was my spyder poo project nothing on it is stock and 99% is custom made
blue purple timmy: dont know this was going to buy one years ago but got an impulse
left door
black rex: slated for efficiency project
red rex: base line
spyder 1: same as my first marker it brings me back had to have it.
spyder amg: i worked on one once and really liked the way it felt so i bought one.
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