Not really a what is it./but who made it?
I just picked this up on ebay.http://cgi.ebay.com/paintball-marker...QQcmdZViewItem
Fixed the leak.
Any insight will be greatly appreciated.
It looks like some kind of VM knock off...
yea Deff. a vm Ko.
It says PG-1-pro.I searched Rex and couldnt come up with any thing on it.
It is about double the wieght of a VM!
the thing is made of steel!
Got to go to my nephews Bday party in a bit.
I will get some better pics of it tonight.
yep. it's a PG-1. the body is aluminum, and takes VM feednecks and barrels, but the guts are very similar to spyder. the grip frame is unique in that it has the ASA built in. O-ring between the frame and body to let air get up to the valve i've got 4 of them (ex-rentals) that i'm in process of cleaning up to sell. they seem to shoot reasonably well.
and yes, they're heavy compared to a non-MR spyder but compared to a VM?
Pics are uploaded to my Gallery
"This marker is cool and will bruise your buddies up."
I hate this mentality with people. I know it's fun after the day to check out welts and see everybody's battle wounds but so many people think only about bruising or causing that little pain. These people tend to be the ones who progress to cranking velocity and hurting someone.
Sorry, I don't mean the seller is that kind of person I just saw it and had to say something because of recent experience with some unsavory individuals. Every now and then I have to put in a misplaced rant.
I also owned one of those about 2 years ago. Nice gun, VERY heavy. I did find an old fan-site for those (no longer updated, but had some good info)
here - http://www.angelfire.com/empire/middleearth/
Cool I will check it out!
Yeah it's a PG-1-pro,Though like stated above they are often called a VM clone,their guts are closer to a Spyder (Yeah I know the Spyder is basically a VM clone too..:P ).My guess is these could be what eventually became the first generation Bruiser.
So who actually made it?
PGI or Edge?
And what year did these things come out?
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