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Old 06-22-2013, 10:20 PM   #11 (permalink)
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No... getting hit in the face would hurt like HELL! There is not offset between your face and the mask... it literally sat on your cheek bones held in place by the goggles.

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I seem to remember stolz use to use one.
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Old 06-22-2013, 11:36 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Taso Spartan - Converted Nelspot 007
This isn't 100% accurate.
The Spartan was sort of an "Al La Carte" gun. You could order it with a variety of pumps, round delrin, a "Ghost" sort of knock-off, a Bushmaster knock-off (like this one) as well as different frames, the WINTEC, the Daisy (like this one), and with valve bodies, back-bottle, drop-out (like this one) or 1/8" NPT for a hose, as well with several different styles of internals, standard, adjustable, anti-kink adjustable.
This gun would be the least expensive.
I'd just list it as a "TASO Spartan" as this is how the gun was ordered from TASO and how it was delivered.
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Is there any difference between a TASO Spartan and a 007 that was upgraded with TASO parts ordered separately?
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Not really, but in the very end of the Spartan run TASO used knock-off Daisy frames as their "Low end".
I think they were buying them from CMI-Thunderpig as CMI was having them made for their P-1 in Mexico.
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The hopper is the first generation "Viewloader".
Don't play around with that lid if you value it at all. That plastic didn't last very long on the field. Product support is how the viewloader survived its early days.
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It's just a TASO drop in kit for bore drop. If I remeber correctly, they shot rather well and were part of the AGS split. AGS/TASO all the same. Either way was a good kit for the time

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No... getting hit in the face would hurt like HELL! There is not offset between your face and the mask... it literally sat on your cheek bones held in place by the goggles.

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nah, they were fine - I used one way back then and found it much better than other contemporary masks like the woodstalk or the early JT's
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Seriously? One of the local guys had one he wore and we all thought it was horrible. He got hit in the face once.. hollered when he got hit like he wasn't even wearing a mask (I played with guys that only wore goggles)... asked to borrow my JT Soft Stream and almost didn't give mine back!

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yeah seriously - I used it till the original Vents came out and I switched to them. The vents were more comfortable by far, but the neoprene bits did not soak up hits near as well though

all is IMO, of course.

could be my neanderthal bone structure though
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