|Electronic If it uses batteries, and fires paintballs... This is the place to sell it.|
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|11-13-2007, 12:02 AM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2007
Tank and dot sight not included.
Dust black micromag body with builtin dovetail rail
20bps hyperframe with luke blade trigger
powder coated black classic valve (very difficult to find)
Right feed adapter for micromag (also difficult to find)
Q-loader (2 pods)
PTP parabolic warp adapter
14" j&j ceramic barrel
I built this intending to make a hyper q-loaded marker built to fit my style. Rather than using a q-bow adapter, or a warp right like most other q-loaded mags, I used a micromag body with a right feed. This comes out at a 45 angle to the right, which lines up much better with the angle the hose comes out of a q-loader at. I also got a parabolic warp adapter and hose from PTP to minimize the pressure on the balls in the hose. I also like the micromag body, because it situates a dovetail mounted sight as low and close to the barrel as possible.
Originally I had an x-valve, but realized that all the benefits of the x-valve were fairly irrelevant. With a hyperframe, the on/off has enough recharge time to reach 15-20 bps, and with the q-loader there are never any chops anyway. Thus I chose the classic valve and lvl 7 for efficiency improvements and the ability to use CO2 if I want to. Only problem was that stainless steel really didn't match the rest of the marker, so I found a valve that was powder coated black to match.
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