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Old 04-03-2008, 02:54 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Freeflow milling style

I had a blue one just like it (pump kit of course) and miss it so much I just couldn't pass this one up...

I know it's a Freeflow from about 98-99. I dug through the old professonalpaintball and 4freeflow sites but couldn't find a specific name on the milling. The site just said "99 style" for this body. Anyone know if they actually had another name for this style / what it was?

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I don't know the name of the milling, but you have good taste. That is a really nice cocker with great components. Kudos.
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32* degrees. i've seen em called freeflow a few times, but as far as i know, they had no connection with freeflow at all. 32* had a few gun lines, and this was their rf variant. the milling is similar to some of the common early variants (the 99 and later renamed to fulcrum) before freeflow went to the standardized styles.
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32* degrees. i've seen em called freeflow a few times, but as far as i know, they had no connection with freeflow at all. 32* had a few gun lines, and this was their rf variant. the milling is similar to some of the common early variants (the 99 and later renamed to fulcrum) before freeflow went to the standardized styles.
Yipes, I stand corrected. I did some additional research and verified.
32 degrees | products | markers

This is my second one. Was told the first was a freeflow so I assumed the second was. They're made very well. Looking at that page it was listed as a "prococker" and sold by 32 degrees. They also sold Bob Long cockers back then. I wonder if 32 degrees actually made it or if there was some relationship going on. I dunno....

PS... I was looking on your pages... Where did you get that "wildside" cocker? I used to have one just like it that I got from a friend locally.. wonder if that's it..
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Bob Long had a pretty cozy relationship with National Paintball for a long time then as is usually happens in paintball someone ripped off someone else and they parted ways.
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