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    Expansion chamber identification please.

    I've not seen this one before.

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    Not sure on the expansion chamber but, Cheeze-it seems very interested in the outcome.
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      #3
      Originally posted by Carp View Post
      Not sure on the expansion chamber but, Cheeze-it seems very interested in the outcome.
      I'm in the kitchen. There is something in my hand. He thinks it's food. "I'll have some!"
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        #4
        Reminds me of a later TASO expansion chamber gut IIRC they said TASO on the bottom which yours does not. Everyone and their mother was making expansion chambers or having them made for their brand in the early to mid 90s so identifying unnamed ones is a PITA.

        Edit: not TASO they have inlet port down lower, the smooth finger groves are like Benchmark but the bottom is wrong and they don't have knurling.


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          #5
          That's a Bob Long, from the early run that he had done in China, back in the late 90s. The very first ones had the anodizing rub odd on a sweaty glove. Later ones were better.

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            Did bob long also make the ACI ones? My mind immediately thought this was an ACI but I don't have a single thing to reference it against. Just my gut.

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          Originally posted by DocsMachine View Post
          That's a Bob Long, from the early run that he had done in China, back in the late 90s. The very first ones had the anodizing rub odd on a sweaty glove. Later ones were better.

          Doc.
          Interesting. I wouldn't have thought BL. I was thinking an early PMI Perfect style perhaps.
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            #7
            Let's put it this way: I know we got some of those back in the late 90s, at the local hobby shop that carried PB gear. Those particular ones were branded Bob Long, and laser-engraved CHINA on the bottom cap.

            This was when people were just starting to have everything made over there, and I can't say that Bob was the one that commissioned them. It's entirely possible somebody else got the Chinese company to make them, and they started marketing them to anyone else that wanted to pay for an order.

            All I can say for sure is they were the first known-to-have-been-made-in-China paintball parts we'd ever seen, and as I said, the anodizing would come off on a sweaty glove. (Which kind of colored [if you'll pardon the pun] our opinion of Chinese-made parts, rather badly.)

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