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Old 01-10-2014, 05:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What Are a couple or PEC master guns worth?

So I came across this stuff in the local classifieds:



Guy says the spare barrel is for the master's and that they both work. For guns alone what are they worth? How about the spare barrel what threading do they have?

Are these fairly easy to work on and for a blowback do they shoot well?

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Old 01-16-2014, 11:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Been watching them go from $45 to $100 each. But the average is about 80
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Been watching them go from $45 to $100 each. But the average is about 80
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my memory tells me they were either tippmann or spyder threaded but google tells me otherwise, so i could be totally off

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They are PEC Master threaded. no compatible barrels.
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IIRC Diablo pump threading is close enough to work. Although it's not like you'll see Diablo pump barrels out there either.
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These are pretty cool guns, well built. The company that made them was the predecessor to "Action Markers" if my memory serves me right.
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These are pretty cool guns, well built. The company that made them was the predecessor to "Action Markers" if my memory serves me right.
I don't believe so... These were the same as the PD Storm - I can't recall the story there but they're basically the same marker. They started hitting the field at the same time I recall starting to see F1 Illustrators and VM68s so very early 90s. Not around long, either, not that they're that rare. Action Markers came about much later and was a fresh company.
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Threading is exactly the same as a Brass Eagle Raptor or F1 Illustrator,however the length of the breech hood is shorter for the PEC Master. Diablo follows suite,but with even a shorter breech hood.

Robertsr is on the right track. it might be possible to get a diablo barrel to work,but pretty hard to come across.
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So basicaly if you can find a Brass Eagle Raptor or F1 barrel you could shorten it up on a lathe and it would work? That's interesting.
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