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Old 01-30-2009, 11:48 PM   #531 (permalink)
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I tossed a stock 'cocker valve spring (slightly heavier than a Maddman red) and a Maddman blue spring in mine, with the hammer adjusted to about halfway, and was hitting 290. I'd grab a handful of mainsprings, just in case.

Oh, and my paint was actually a nice large bore, so that helped matters.
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Okay, 1 last question. If I pull the hammer adjustment to the back of the marker that would???
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Old 01-30-2009, 11:55 PM   #533 (permalink)
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Adjuster towards the back drops velocity. Adjuster towards the front raises. (It's all about mainspring compression)
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Adjuster towards the back drops velocity. Adjuster towards the front raises. (It's all about mainspring compression)
Ok thats what I thought.
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Old 01-31-2009, 03:47 AM   #535 (permalink)
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I might end up putting this setup for sale soon cause I have now found the time lately to actually get out and play. So anyways, I was wondering what you guys think a fair asking price would be for this. I'd include three barrels, one like 11" the other about 14"ish both adapted for the apex as well as like a 8" brass barrel. The t-stock shown would be included as well as a remote line. And lastly, I'd also include a newly built noxx spring feed which is pictured. Thanks

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IMHO worth more than you can get for some reason SI's are going cheap if you can hold out till spring maybe a bit more if you get hard up you can always sell the the NOXX feed.
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Old 01-31-2009, 11:19 PM   #536 (permalink)
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So, it's official, I love my bushy. I have a 45 grip on it, and some non-stock barrel added on. It is freaking sweet. No need for mods or anything, I found some paintballs that shoot at almost exactly 300 with it. I played with it all day today, and loved it. And it was only $55
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Old 02-03-2009, 01:07 AM   #537 (permalink)
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Hi everyone.

I have a Skirmish SI, and it's plain boring. I have a feel questions hopefully y'all can help me out.

1. Where can I get the Freak Barrel?

2. Where can I get the adapter so I could make it accept Compressed HPA air tanks?

Thanks!

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Old 02-03-2009, 03:26 AM   #538 (permalink)
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Here's that photo, properly formatted.

Looks like a nice gun to me. I wouldn't call it boring...

Problem with getting a barrel for it is that your gun doesn't have a removable barrel. To replace the barrel, you'd have to replace the body. To get an air tank on there, you either need to get a dummy 12 gram and a bottomline/.45 grip adapter, or trade out that 12gram valve for a constant air valve.

You may as well just sell the thing and get an SI deluxe and send the barrel out to O'Dells for freaking.
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Here ya go on the cheeeep!



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Mongo does this with quick turn around- $29.50 + shipping- I get it before Thursdays and I'll do it and ship the same day (Thursdays only)- or bring it to the shop on Thursdays- and I'll do it while u wait!! (Bushmaster and CCI Phantom barrels only) others call or email for quote Thanxxxxxxxxxx Mongo
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