|Painthappy ||04-11-2006 10:05 PM |
Doesn't anyone own a dye?
I mean.. I don't... but I didn't like this forum being empty....
|waian1701 ||04-12-2006 04:12 AM |
Me too..... on both counts :O) I have lots of barrels but I never saw a Dye gun I both liked and had the money for at the same time.
|Brewtt ||04-12-2006 12:16 PM |
I hate all things Dye.
I hate over priced space guns.
I shouldn't even be looking at this section. :o
|jhyan ||04-12-2006 01:59 PM |
I have a dm5, but I can't find my picutre of it right now. It's a smoooooth shooting gun, but finicky.
I liken DM*'s to ferraris, sure they might take a bit of tuning to make run right, but when they do.... wahooooooooo :D
|Kindred ||04-12-2006 02:22 PM |
Ummm.....I thnink I MIGHT have a barrel or two floating around somewhere?
|SpinDoctor15 ||04-12-2006 06:24 PM |
The one-piece (glued) Dye Boomstick is still my favorite barrel. I used to shoot one on my Bob Long Millennium, and I currently use an 18" on my Autococker and a 16" on my Phantom.
|Spencer ||04-14-2006 03:16 PM |
The Dye Cockers were well... I wouldnt use one.
The Dm Series is intresting, Im not sure what the difference btwn a DM4 DM5 and DM6 are other than body milling....
|jhyan ||04-14-2006 04:59 PM |
DM4 and DM5 were very very much alike
DM6 is differnet... UL frame (smaller, lighter, cool features), shorter solenoid (gun is 1/2inch shorter, which is nice, since the only thing I don't like about my 5 is how tall it is), ASA is not a seperate piece from the body, and a bunch of other stuff. I kinda wish I had waited half a year and grabbed a dm6, but my dm5 is pretty sweet as is.
I have a pair of stickys... I love them.
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