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Old 08-01-2017, 05:54 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2k Vert Blazer w/Kaner Barrel kit

Sadly I do not play enough paintball to justify keeping this little gem around. I have loved shooting it but, I want money for board games at GenCon, so a sacrifice needs to be made. Slight blemish on the stabilizer, I have used a Sharpie to cover it for years.

Asking $500 OBO, not 100% sure on the current market so shoot me offers.

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Clamping vert feed modification
Stiffi 689 barrel
Full Kaner Barrel kit
Stab with quick disconnect
Rebuild o-ring kit

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Old 08-02-2017, 10:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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is this timed and ready to rock?
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Old 08-02-2017, 01:16 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Shoot great, I can take a video of it when I go home today. I took it out a few weeks ago and shot ~100 rounds through to make sure it didn't leak.


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that would be great. Also, what's under that feedneck? Will any old timmy neck fit the stub?
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Old 08-02-2017, 10:53 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Sorry I couldnt get the video, I forgot that I couldnt make it home until around 9:00. Not ideal time to make a video . I do not have anything going on tomorrow, so I should be able to get you a video. The paint I have is super old, so it will show that it can shoot well. However there could be some chops, fault of the paint not the gun.

As for the feedneck. That is a clamping feedneck that I bought from PPS, and it is in place with set screws. Its milled out slightly to fit around the top rails. So any feedneck that you can attach with set screws you are set, its not threaded on.


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It's a lapco clamping neck they work really well and mount really cool. This is what PPS offered before they began offering the ones that I had on my recently sold mag. If you don't like the look you can get one of the other type and pop it right on. https://palmerspursuit.com/products/clamping-feed-neck

It will cover the set screw marks as well.

The one on this gun rocks though it is the one I would want.

What are the kaner bore sizes?
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Thanks for the added info Cunha, I have been very happy with the feedneck, one of the only upgrades needed IMO.

Ill get back to you on the bore sizes.


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Old 08-03-2017, 09:38 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Here is a picture of the bore sizes.

As for shooting video. I am glad that you wanted me to try and shoot it. I found that the rock lpr oring was toast. So.. I don't want to send you a gun that's not working 100%, so if you want to give me a couple of days I'll get it going strong.


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also does this one have a wobbly trigger with a very stiff pull?
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Not sure exactly what wobbly trigger is. It does not have much pre or post travel on the trigger. It is really easy to really rip on it. Once I get the rock oring in, Ill also take a video of the trigger pull. Trigger is really snappy.


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