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  • Alexndl
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    Originally posted by Jordan View Post
    If this ends up for sale, I would be interested... I have a Morlock on order that would be perfect for this.
    I did not bough it but if you are interested I could put you in contact with the seller if its not sold yet. He is in ontario too

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  • Jordan
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    If this ends up for sale, I would be interested... I have a Morlock on order that would be perfect for this.

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  • syndicatekon1979
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    Perhaps you could coordinate with Scifi Paintball to bring the product to market as he is creating new boards for old guns

    Sent from my SM-G981U using Tapatalk

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  • William the Third
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    Good to see you're still around. Sucks how life took a shit on you dude. Hopefully you get things turned around and figure something out. I'm still holding out hope for a board, one day. It's been a while since you'd posted an update, so I figured it had died for various reasons as it had just become not that important. Been there before dude.

    Xemon, Hyren will know better than I, but as I recall there is no suitable replacement for the OLED screen, which is out of production. Also that the stock board was designed around that specific OLED screen, further making it more difficult to just replace the OLED screen.

  • XEMON
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    What blew on the board?
    I thought it was just the screen that was failing?

  • the_hyren
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    Originally posted by William the Third View Post
    There was a guy working on replacement boards on here (and likely elsewhere), but nothing ever came of it. I believe it was one of those projects that suffered from feature creep and thus died before completion.
    I was the one with said project. I was unable to get eyes to work reliably. Even with hardware and software debounce and tons of adjustment to sensitivity and eye power. Nothing I tried solved the blendering issue. Half the issue is also how much lpr these things need to work right. They don't have a lot of volume and the valve takes a fair amount of main spring to crack open.

    Additionally in the past 2 years I've had too much life shit going on. I went back to school, got divorced, graduated, got a new job, and my mother died. Its been pure fucking chaos. And covid and all the new electronics tariffs aren't helping.

    I have most everything I need except time sadly.

    Edit: the prototypes took me 5hrs each to hand solder the 85 parts.

    I could have china make them if I was willing to pay the $5k to get a batch done but I didn't think I'd sell 100 to make that worth it.

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  • XEMON
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    That's possible, found a thread a while back (don't remember where) and it looked pretty involved ...

  • Jordan
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    Originally posted by XEMON View Post
    I always been interested in those ...

    I've seen them converted to eblade, but they need a custom adapter and extensive machining from my understanding.

    Let me know if you sell ... Might pick it up to play with ...
    I believe the Eblade bolts up without any mods. You may be thinking of mech conversions.

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  • XEMON
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    I always been interested in those ...

    I've seen them converted to eblade, but they need a custom adapter and extensive machining from my understanding.

    Let me know if you sell ... Might pick it up to play with ...

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  • Cdn_Cuda
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    I think the body had plastic panels that can be taken off and it makes the body look a little strange. I’d be hesitant to pay much for these because the dead board pretty makes it a wall hanger. a NIB paperweight is still just a paperweight.

  • Knuckle Dragger
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    I remember seeing one cut by Angry Antle or CMN. Looked a little weird, but a good solution if you like the body and don’t want to deal with hard to find parts or you want a mech. I’d buy one if the price is right, I like the body lines.

  • Alexndl
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    Yes its feasible but you need a good machinist and take some risk since the wall thickness thin, you need to mini it and thread the front 2k+

    Its not mine yet, just wanted to be sure if I would pay a good price or not, if I buy it I would try to keep it as original as possible since its mint condition

  • Cdn_Cuda
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    I had one pop up locally a while ago that peaked my interest. Apparently you can convert to pump but need to get the front block area milled/threaded as the front block isn’t standard.

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  • William the Third
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    I bought one from a seller on here a few years ago in the exact same condition I believe for around $150 shipped (definitely under $200). There was a guy working on replacement boards on here (and likely elsewhere), but nothing ever came of it. I believe it was one of those projects that suffered from feature creep and thus died before completion.

    If you want to sell it, I'd be interested.

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  • Alexndl
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    Value of LNIB WGP SR

    Anyone would know the value of a LNIB WGP autococker SR?

    good
    Like new, used once and stored
    with box and case

    Bad
    Like most SR, faulty board so not working


    I think they use a special board so I guess changing the frame for an Eblade could work?
    I saw on PBN someone was making a run of board but never saw the sale post

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