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Old 07-09-2013, 11:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Carbon Fiber rain covers 2ND run.

Well I got my CF for the second run in today and I just went ahead and knocked them out. So I have 8 for sale this time around and its open to everyone.

The price is $75 each.

please pm me if your interested

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How long are they, and what's the I.D. of the end cap?
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they are about 6" long and the ID is 7/8"
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Thanks. Is the carbon hard to cut cleanly? I would have to relieve part of it in order to clear my pump handle.
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Thanks. Is the carbon hard to cut cleanly? I would have to relieve part of it in order to clear my pump handle.
Yes and no, you cant cut it with an exacto knife or anything but it you have a dremel you can make pretty quick work out of it. Just be careful about the dust as it can be hazardous if you breath it in.
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Ok I think I got another recommended setup. GOG enemy with a 16" Dye UL. You cant get it on from the front but if you remove the back it will go on to the tip from that threaded end ( note you may have to remove the orings) I put my raincover on there, with no rain absorbing material mind you, and I thought the gun was broken since it was not making enough noise to shoot a ball. so I got out the chrono and tested it and sure enough it was going 280 the trigger exhausting and the bolt moving was significantly louder than the sound from the barrel. If anyone how has one of my rain covers has this setup lying around please feel free to verify my results.
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Stupid questions...

What would I have to verify to know if this raincover will fit on the end of the stock Empire Sniper barrel? And what happens if a ball breaks and sprays paint through the porting of the barrel and into the inside of the raincover?
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