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Old 07-27-2010, 09:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My new KBA

Well that might not be what Bret and Jake call it. Really it is mostly a spare parts gun. I had a stock and BS trigger, and a hacked up kp body. I sent that with 2' of PPS barrel stock and an idea to Bret and this is what came back.








I have refinished the stock since the first round of pics were taken. It is now the walnut finish not the reddish finish. Bret did a great job of repairing the kp body, and the fit and finish of the completed gun is perfect. Also a thanks to Jake for turning the bolts for this project.

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Old 07-27-2010, 09:26 AM   #2 (permalink)
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That is an awesome idea.....just a pouch of paintballs and running around double splatting everyone. Really how the game should retract back to......single hand loads and lots of fun.
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that's pretty damn cool!!! simple and sweet.
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That's cool on so may levels. Great workmanship as always, amazing looking marker, and a fresh approach to the game.
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Nice work!

I'm just curious, but why no fasst changer? It seems on a beast like that, you'd be changing 12 grams every 10-15 double shots?
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...I'm just curious, but why no fasst changer? It seems on a beast like that, you'd be changing 12 grams every 10-15 double shots?
There may still end up being one. I just didnt have one handy. Bret set it up so the faast changer would make the lower tube even with the barrels.

I actually get 22-25 pops per 12 gram. Not sure how many are usable since I dont have a chrono.
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I wanted to put one more up since its hard to judge the length without a comparison.

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Old 07-27-2010, 10:43 PM   #9 (permalink)
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My favorite picture shows the patching of the lower tube.
7/8" had been cut off. I rolled it over and patched in a new section.

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Reminds me of the ole Stagecoach Shotgun!

Nice work!
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