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Old 04-23-2007, 02:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a Spyder Imagine. Over the years I've upgraded to the anti-chop bolt. I've put a new valve into it. I've put a new feedneck on it. I know I'll never get my money back out of it and I'm OK with that. Recently I shot a friends Pilot. The only big difference I saw was the trigger frame. So here's the question......why is it that the only ESP CAMD 2.0 frame they're selling is the stupid rocking trigger? I don't want the rocking trigger. I want the plain jane Pilot one.
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It's a gimmick to make money. Go to a spyder owner's group and try to find one frame you like in a part out thread, might take a little looking, but if you can build an Ion from spare parts, you almost certainly can build a spyder from one.
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Hey man, I think you should get rid of all that spyder stuff and get yourself a tippmann and then you know I will hook you up with some sweeeeeet milsim stuff so you can be tough like me...
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