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Old 02-07-2013, 05:08 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Nice! Speedwheel I got works great, now this. Will be ordering one soon.
Now just need a cover/cap for the magazine port.
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the white tube

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Amazon.com: Gen-X Global T-10 Round Paintball Tube (CLEAR) G-161: Sports & Outdoors


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Old 08-26-2013, 12:31 AM   #17 (permalink)
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You have thumb screws that'll work with it to turn the breach when its aimed forwards? I want to use this for a project and connect a longer spring feed tube to it and have it parallel over my barrel, like a 12 gauge with the barrel over the shell tube, except backwards in this case. But I'd like to be able to pop a mag in occasionally at large games for first strike use. Otherwise ill always use the tube fees up top.

Also, can you tell me the exact inside diameter of the opening that the tubes go in?
Another thing. Is there a curve inside to help feed turn the rounds down into the breach? If not, I fear spring pressure might bind them up.

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