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Old 04-24-2013, 02:22 PM   #101 (permalink)
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Old 04-24-2013, 02:23 PM   #102 (permalink)
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3 month wait time.....
Yep that means they will NOT be available before D-Day 2013!

I am hoping Carmatech has a nice showing it would be nice to go head to head in accuracy, sure they will be quicker but I'm a really good shot, I would love to give Dave a run for his money or barrel
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Old 04-24-2013, 03:02 PM   #103 (permalink)
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I think id put my money on you dsa
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Old 04-25-2013, 05:34 PM   #104 (permalink)
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Not so fast, I suspect the Carmatech Gang has put hundreds, no thousands of rounds down range.

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Old 04-25-2013, 05:43 PM   #105 (permalink)
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Personally, I wouldn't write off a 20" barrel without testing. But, here's one thing:

What about squeegies? I don't have one on me at the moment, but, are pull throughs long enough these days? I prefer the white silicone style myself.
Heh, the pull through silicone style will work... as long as you take the bore and muzzle off... barely.

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Not so fast, I suspect the Carmatech Gang has put hundreds, no thousands of rounds down range.

Personally I've put at least 1200 and maybe a little more out of mine since October, dunno about the rest of the individuals, and at least 200 more will go out of it this weekend...
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Heh, the pull through silicone style will work... as long as you take the bore and muzzle off... barely.



Personally I've put at least 1200 and maybe a little more out of mine since October, dunno about the rest of the individuals, and at least 200 more will go out of it this weekend...
My SR1 has seen an easy 800 rounds through it so far. That is not counting regular paint when I ran out of FSR during the games. I found that the Valken straight swab from the 2 swab kit seems to do a better job of getting the fouling out the barrel than the silicone squeegees. I just need to make it a bit longer.
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My SR1 has seen an easy 800 rounds through it so far. That is not counting regular paint when I ran out of FSR during the games. I found that the Valken straight swab from the 2 swab kit seems to do a better job of getting the fouling out the barrel than the silicone squeegees. I just need to make it a bit longer.
Is that using one to push the other one out?
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Old 05-30-2013, 10:22 AM   #108 (permalink)
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Could the fsr fins expand as air gets smashed into them and that is why the 688 works well.

On a side note what hh barrel was used and was a fin on it.
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For the Punkworks Testing, it was the 14" Hammerhead .688 Rifled on the Tiberius T9.1. That barrel is one out of three barrel models produced by Hammerhead that do not use the sizer "fins" (the other two being their Tippman "Freedom Fighter" barrel, and the carmatech 20").
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For the Punkworks Testing, it was the 14" Hammerhead .688 Rifled on the Tiberius T9.1. That barrel is one out of three barrel models produced by Hammerhead that do not use the sizer "fins" (the other two being their Tippman "Freedom Fighter" barrel, and the carmatech 20").
The Carmatech/Hammerhead 20" does use a fin. Carmatech ships it with a .688 fin. I bought one from them before they stopped shipping them.
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