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gimmy420 08-07-2008 10:09 AM

quick question.
 
ok ive got ALOT of older spyder and pmi bits and pieces im going to build a random parts gun. but im having trouble deciding on a frame. iv got an older spyder tl frame - piranha g3 frame - 32 degrees rebel frame
^side cocking ^rear cocking ^ top cocking
any suggestions, expierience with any of them. also its a very high pressure set up, if that matters. i know eventually it probably will come down to personal choice but i figured id get some input from others that have used these before. thanks -nick-

Railgun 08-10-2008 01:04 AM

Why ask? It's up to you. It only takes a few moments to try out some options.

TheAznInvazn 08-12-2008 03:59 PM

I personally don't like rearcocking, but that's just me :)

Mayvik 08-12-2008 05:37 PM

I like the old metal TL frame alot, plus it's a block frame so you can pull off the 45 handle and put on an 86*, eurogrip, etc if that's your fancy. I'm 99% sure your Piranha frame won't fit, the bodies are slightly different.

Side cocking is more Tippmann-esque, if that floats your boat. Depending on the body style, rear cocking may be a pain in the *** if you don't have beavertail. Top cocking is pretty popular although sometimes the cocking pins will fall out on older bolts, leaving you high and dry if you decock in a game.

If you're looking for just a beater blowback, pretty much anything will work. If you were thinking low pressure, a fatty body is your best bet as you get a little more volume to push around in the lower tube.

gimmy420 08-13-2008 08:15 AM

thats why i ask. because ^ is what i was looking for. opinions.


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