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Old 09-20-2010, 10:26 PM   #121 (permalink)
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Yeah, I don't really understand the composite hate.

It's funny how people forget how the original Trracer was made.
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Old 09-20-2010, 11:08 PM   #122 (permalink)
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Yeah, I don't really understand the composite hate.

It's funny how people forget how the original Trracer was made.
How could I forget if I never knew? Hence why I asked the question

As far as composite hate, would you like my apology for playing paintball since around its beginnings, playing with both composite and AL markers and preferring aluminum? Yeah, sorry.....NO.

I mean sure I got a plastic Glock that I "like". But my Stainless S&W model 10? I "love".

I asked the China question because I ordered some masks from Actionvillage and they packed them in an Invert Mini box that had the KEE logo. With the words "Made in China" printed right next to it. The box was originally used to ship 4 or 5 Mini markers in their retail packaging. So I know Minis are made in China so I just had to ask. As a consumer it matters to me. And as a member of MCB I prefer to be better informed as a paintball consumer than the "others"...

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Old 09-20-2010, 11:43 PM   #123 (permalink)
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can you hook it up with a bottom line setup to see what it looks like with a tank on it? I know its backbottle, but setups like hat are always uncomfortable to me. Bottom asa to air transfer please?
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Old 09-21-2010, 12:10 AM   #124 (permalink)
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can you hook it up with a bottom line setup to see what it looks like with a tank on it? I know its backbottle, but setups like hat are always uncomfortable to me. Bottom asa to air transfer please?
Sure. The bottom of the grip frame is tapped for a standard AGD/WGP bottomline pattern.
You could make your own bottomline adapter right now with an ASA reducer, a hose, an elbow, and a bottomline of your choice, or wait for the "official" bottomline kit which will include a gauge adapter.

One downside to this new gun?
This is going to kill the resale value of the original Trracer.
Now I'm never going to be able to get rid of my stock.
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Old 09-21-2010, 12:15 AM   #125 (permalink)
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asa reducer as whats on a remote line correct? at this point, you have to make one for yourself correct?
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asa reducer as whats on a remote line correct? at this point, you have to make one for yourself correct?
Right.
I made one for a Maverick I used to own.
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Old 09-21-2010, 12:36 AM   #127 (permalink)
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asa reducer as whats on a remote line correct? at this point, you have to make one for yourself correct?
Reducer:
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Around $6 from just about anywhere. Then just a hose, maybe a couple elbows, and an ASA and you're good to go.


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Old 09-21-2010, 02:27 AM   #128 (permalink)
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Those screws in the bottom of the frame are not weak. The PMI plastic trigger frames on the g2 and g1 piranhas are basically stronger than the aluminum ones. PMI knows good platics.
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How could I forget if I never knew? Hence why I asked the question

As far as composite hate, would you like my apology for playing paintball since around its beginnings, playing with both composite and AL markers and preferring aluminum? Yeah, sorry.....NO.

I mean sure I got a plastic Glock that I "like". But my Stainless S&W model 10? I "love".

I asked the China question because I ordered some masks from Actionvillage and they packed them in an Invert Mini box that had the KEE logo. With the words "Made in China" printed right next to it. The box was originally used to ship 4 or 5 Mini markers in their retail packaging. So I know Minis are made in China so I just had to ask. As a consumer it matters to me. And as a member of MCB I prefer to be better informed as a paintball consumer than the "others"...
Sensitive much?

I wasn't referring directly to you.

There's been a lot of hate for the "plastic" on the new Traccer.
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