Tippmann ETS-98 w/ Low Pressure Kit & Flatline! - Keeping.
I've decided to keep this marker for the time being.
If you have a legitimate offer, and are not just kicking tires, PM me and we can talk. :)
Now, what everyone has been waiting for, pictures...
Thanks for looking! :)
I'm adding the original sales information to this post for any interested parties...
"Up for sale today is a very unique Tippmann marker. I tuned this baby to be the smoothest shooting Tippmann 98 I possibly could make. It will run on as low as 225PSI input, and still fire at 280 FPS.
The marker has the following upgrades:
The Primo hopper feeds flawlessly on all fire modes, and the ETS-98 kit is an early (pre-E-bolt) attempt at a select fire kit. It is pneumatically operated via a cylinder ram hand fitted inside the grip. The 9V must be stored outside of the frame because of the size of the pneumatics. When I spoke to the folks at Tippmann, they said this kit was never ready for full market release.
Also included in this deal are the following:
I played one day of rec play with this setup on Saturday 6/1/2013, and everything performed exceptionally. There isn't enough pressure behind the bolt to actually chop a ball if you do get a misfeed, which is a very welcome feature for a Tippmann. This was the ONLY play time this marker has ever seen."
I had one of these e-kits! I wonder how my store got their hands on it, was a cool bit of tech back then.
It really is a cool piece of kit. Tons of fire modes, and much more reliable than the current system. Works great with the low pressure kit, too!
Where did you get the Cooper-T dual remote kit?
I picked it up on eBay about a year or so ago I guess. It works very well, but the 24oz tanks are the biggest tanks that fit.
Also, daily bump!
Ill also look at brass, or other Nelson-based trades!
Price dropped, and more trade options added.
Slightly early bump!
Really looking to trade.
This has ramping! Max of 10 BPS makes it PSP legal!
Would really like to trade for a CCM S5, or other full-bodied CCM.
Not a single offer?
Early bump before work.
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