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 02-13-2011, 10:09 AM #1 (permalink) My Birthday is this Friday!!!!     Join Date: Aug 2006 Location: N.H. ShoeBox Compressor Shoeboxcompressor Now you can fill Paintball tanks at home. 45K and 3K Versions available. $435.00 From Tom Kaye and Co. ~Fett __________________ XXFETTXX'S FEEDBACK  02-13-2011, 10:34 AM #2 (permalink) Red - Black Join Date: May 2006 It looks like an automated booster - they used to use manual ones at the old NPPL tourneys. TF __________________ Pumpenstein - NSA National Champions TF's MCB Trust.  02-13-2011, 11:40 AM #3 (permalink) Paintball Sandwich Join Date: Sep 2010 Location: ontairo, Canada It looks interesting. I wonder how it would work on big tanks for fields. Last edited by plopcow; 02-13-2011 at 11:45 AM.  02-13-2011, 11:40 AM #4 (permalink) www.tituspb.com Join Date: Mar 2006 Location: The Group W Bench Is this what Carter and Paul were using a few weeks ago while doing the live video? __________________ Feedback Dealer for APP, CCI, Nelson, Leland, Valken, Tippmann, & Procaps. Please donate to make a difference in my fathers life Willing to be a 3rd party for shipments to Canada anywhere in the world just PM me. Buy a Celanis Paintball Patch for a good cause http://stationcaster.com/player_skin...=4751&f=855201 < Radio Ad 02-13-2011, 11:43 AM #5 (permalink) 12g4L Join Date: Sep 2008 Location: Halifax, NS Quote:  Originally Posted by plopcow I completley disagree with the idea of filling up a tank rated to 85 psi to 4500 psi. \it just doesn't make sense You are mistaken. You attach your standard paintball tank, and the shoebox require an 85psi compressor. Then you turn it on and it fills your tank. I know this is a terrible idea, but I wonder if you can daisychain tanks... __________________ Quote:  Originally Posted by Usagi Tetsu Velcor is within all of us, you need not go looking for him. He sayeth, "wherever two or more of you are gathered, there shall I be." He is my solid bunker for me to hide behind from the incoming fire of mine enemies, He is the functioning regulator which keepeth my shots consistent, and He is my keen eye guiding my fire towards my hidden enemies. Yea, whosoever shall believeth in Him shall be guided by His right hand towards the flag, and whosoever denieth Him shall reside for all eternity in the Deadbox of Life. 02-13-2011, 11:43 AM #6 (permalink) Run with siccors!! Join Date: Aug 2009 Location: Springfield, MO Quote:  Originally Posted by plopcow I completley disagree with the idea of filling up a tank rated to 85 psi to 4500 psi. \it just doesn't make sense That is not how it works. It has a 85psi input and it connects to your 4500 tank and slowly fills it. The input is to just start it. Edit: pif beat me to it __________________ FeedBack 2011 D-Day Allied CEF CanScot 2012 D-Day Allied CEF Baker Coy. 02-13-2011, 11:52 AM #7 (permalink) Slowly making progress Join Date: Apr 2008 Location: Vail, AZ Good for Tom and good for us. I use a SCUBA which I can fill semi-locally, but for those without the filling option, or even owning a SCUBA, this would be a very good replacement. __________________ >>> Link to prototype Dust Devil<<< DT1 Dust Devil want list. Click me! Quote:  Originally Posted by neftaly New advertising tagline: "Simon Stevens said that will be totally fine and nothing bad could ever happen. Ever." Feedback 02-13-2011, 12:06 PM #8 (permalink) Facta Non Verba Join Date: Jan 2009 Location: SCMO ... We dropped the ball, I'm surprised this wasn't posted months ago. I've been saving up for awhile. __________________ Co-Captain/ Co-Founder Team-Awesome Quote:  Originally Posted by CCMachinist$400 per 1000 smoke'em if you got'em.
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 02-13-2011, 12:13 PM #9 (permalink) Seasoned Member     Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: Oakville, Ontario Canada This is by far one of the best investment I have made in paintball. Basically all set-up I can fill up my 68/4500 to 4500 psi in 4hrs and my scuba tank to 3000psi in 24h. Perfect for me who likes tinkering. Also since my ARK will get me over 2000 shots I like coming to an event fully ready and not having to depend on local air source. Maintenance is a breeze and Tom Kaye simply a genius! My only beef is that combined with the compressor it is somewhat loud but that s a small price to pay. And for those complaining about the price (\$430) I must wonder how much glue they inhale __________________
02-13-2011, 12:14 PM   #10 (permalink)
Slowly making progress

Join Date: Apr 2008
Location: Vail, AZ

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 Originally Posted by Deuce ... We dropped the ball, I'm surprised this wasn't posted months ago. I've been saving up for awhile.
I don't see how we did that bad. This was posted at various points of rumors and development. The first post I found on the forum is 10/16/10.

This is the part I'm wondering about and how none of us OPENLY said we had one:
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 8-11-10 The first run of 100 has sold out and shipped. Overall there were very few problems. Gearing up for the next run of 500 scheduled to start assembly in Sept. I will be back in Chicago again for an extended stay to oversee the production.
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 Originally Posted by neftaly New advertising tagline: "Simon Stevens said that will be totally fine and nothing bad could ever happen. Ever."
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