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Old 09-28-2012, 04:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Surfing the interwebs, found some cool stuff on a cool site.

So, i found a link to Brownells in one of these threads floating around the general chat, and without knowing it until after th fact, I decided I would spend the next two hours blissfully surfing pretty much the entire website, looking for anything that could be used for paintball markers with little, if any, alteration or modification of any kind.
There will be a brief title including the posted price for each product, in red, USD. This is followed by a picture, and a link to the product on Brownells online store in blue. There there will be more pictures, and more detailed information on the other side of the links.
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Let us begin with Grips, Hand Stops, and Rail Covers, being the easiest to use on a marker, requiring only standard weaver rails, and the easiest to post, because I dont have to explain what they are or how that work, for he most part.


Command Arms ACC Magazine Well Grip. 22.49



Mag Well Grip

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Magpul XTM Hand Stop Kit. 18.95


Magpul XTM
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GEAR Sector Hand Stop. 47.99
A change of pace from the cheapo Falcon handstop, looks very well made. I would reccomend not buying the Tango Down rail covers as suggested on the other side of the provided link, they are priced high and are sold individually to boot.


GEAR Sector Hand Stop
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Noveske Rifleworks K9 Barricade Support. 59.00
While this thing is a lean mean rifle supporting machine when used on real steel, there really isnt any NEED for one on a paintball marker, other than tacticool. Good enough for me.


Dont even risk a barrel tag with this on your marker.
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Next up boys and girls, Iron sights and offset weaver bases.

JP Enterprises Short Range Tactical Sight. 119.95
This piece of hardware works great on my SKS, bit pricy for paintball markers though.



Comes with five colored sight posts.
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Pro Mag Archangel Auxiliary Sights. 39.99
A wonderful inexspensive version of the JP Sights above, well suited for paintball. Please take note of the underside of this piece of equipment is made with, well, i guess the only way for me to explain it is an inside out weaver rail, made to fit inbetween the slots of a weaver rail.



Pro Mag Archangel
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Yankee Hill Machine Offset Weaver Mount
Comes in three slot (3.5cm) and one slot (1.9cm) lengths.



YHM Rail Offset
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JP Enterprises 45 Degree Offset Top Rail Adapter. 59.95
Meant for the top rails, (at twelve oclock) this piece provides an offset and drop placing the rail off by one and one half positions on the clock. (1:30 left side, 11:30 right side)



Top Rail Offset
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Daniel Defence One O'clock Offset Rail. 38.99
Meant for placement on the side rails and bottom rail, (the rails at three oclock, nine oclock, and six oclock respectivly) for the placement of flashlights and lasers. On the left rail it offsets to one oclock, right side it offsets to eleven. On the bottom rail it can offset to the five and seven oclock positions.



Daniels Defence side and bottom rail offset.
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AirForce 3/8" to universal weaver adapter. 33.25



http://wop.pyramydair.com/s/a/AirFor...r_Adapter/3882
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UTG 3/8" to universal weaver adapter. 9.99



http://wop.pyramydair.com/s/a/UTG_11..._Stop_Pin/2401
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JCS paintball has a whole bunch of rails, including 3/8" dovetail to 7/8" standard weaver rails, with one inch of offset.

1.5" 14.00


3" 19.00


6" 24.00


JCS website
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Flat 3/8" to 7/8" rail, with offset. 29.95



Armed Paintball, non-angled offset
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True view offset rail. 19.95
Despite what the product title and description says, it looks like this piece is mounted onto 7/8" weaver rails, not 3/8" dovetail rails.



Armed Paintball, offset rail
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"M4" tactical mount. 39.95
Again, it says its meant for 3/8" dovetail, but it really looks like its made to mount onto 7/8" weaver. buyer beware, this website appears to "one cheek" it alot.



Armed Paintball, rail riser
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Chest Rigs. Pricy, but built light and strong enough for enviorments much tougher than a paintball field.

Advanced Outfitters/HighSpeedGear Small Chest Rig. 65.00
Small pals/molle platform. Three columns of pals webbing across the front. (Eight rows wide.)



SMALL chest rig.
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Original S.O.E. Gear 12 GA Micro Rig and H-Harness. 135.00
Dump pouch on the right, slots for 24 12gauge shells (tubes and twelvies) on the left. Whats not to like? Oh yeah, the price.



Might as well take that 135.00 to Whiskey Two Four.
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Misc.

Brownells M2A1 ammo can. 17.99
Meets D.o.D specs and is new, not referb'd or surplus. Seals off your paint from the elements, and looks bad doing it.



Thats the good bad, not the bad bad, just to be clear.
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BOYDS M1 three piece walnut stock. Finished - 124.99, Unfinished 109.99
Self-Explanatory. Comes in Finished and UnFinished



M1 Stock
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I'll probably be adding to this, if i find anything else worth adding. If you have something you want added to the OP just post it and say so, I'll add it regardless of what is it...err, within reason. No baynot lugs or thousand dollar night scopes please.
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Old 09-28-2012, 04:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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See anything that would convert a dovetail to an offset Picatinny or Weaver?
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Old 09-28-2012, 04:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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See anything that would convert a dovetail to an offset Picatinny or Weaver?
The Yankee Hill Machine Offset Weaver Mount said dovetail in its name, but it looks like its weaver to weaver. Sorry thats as close as i got.
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Old 09-29-2012, 10:59 AM   #4 (permalink)
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There are plenty of dovetail to weaver adapters out there, you see them with the airgun crowd since most of them use those stupid dovetails even today.
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There are plenty of dovetail to weaver adapters out there, you see them with the airgun crowd since most of them use those stupid dovetails even today.
Yeah, they're also sometimes called .22 rails. However, I can't seem to find a dovetail to weaver or picatinny offset.

That, unfortunately, means having 2 adapters...
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Old 09-30-2012, 08:42 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I have cut out the middle man and use dovetail scope mounts instead of dovetail to wever rails.
There are some rails i found but cant post them right now, ill share the links once i can get off the kindle and onto a pc.

information updated 10/1 0530ish
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