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|09-11-2007, 08:58 PM||#11 (permalink)|
Love my T-Cat & Alley Cat
I have two 'Cats; a '96 T-cat and a '97 Alley Cat. I've had the T-Cat since it was bnib and the ONLY thing I've had to fix were the sear and trigger springs. That cost me about $3.00 total plus my own time... As someone said earlier, the main spring (in the back of the gun) is used to get the velocity in the general area you want it to be. Then you use the velocity screw on the side of the marker to fine tune it. The recock screw (the other screw on the side of the marker) fine tunes the amount of air that the marker uses to recock the bolt, the less air it needs = the more efficient the marker is. I run both my Cats with HammerHead barrels, foregrips and Q-Loader systems under the barrel. The quiteness of the marker is enhanced by the HammerHead and Q-Loader systems. I used the Alley Cat (with same setup) at the 24hour at blanding this last February (Battle for Ironforge) and I had about 30 kills throughout the game without the target ever knowing I was there. Soooo quiet. I'm currently in the market for an ICD E-marker, if that tells you how much I love ICD's markers. Good luck, and if you have any more questions, lemme know.
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|09-24-2007, 01:49 AM||#12 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2006
I haven't had a chance to play with mine yet but soon.
They are light and compact. I like that in my paintball guns. The power feed is a pain but I'll be using them with the raised sight rails and either red dot sights or ghost rings.
I had a "Paintball God" moment once.
Like Al Bundy's Polk High football moment I live on
for the slim chance of repeating that one time
miracle in some small way.........
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