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  • Meleager7
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    yea, a pps custom gun order would create some sticker shock, maybe just a little bit!

  • Jordan
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    Originally posted by Meleager7 View Post

    Can PPS build an over under like this , single hopper, but in a typhoon based gun? Are they using smaller bore brass nowawdays?
    I would say yes - this one was built on a Typhoon "chassis", it has the mounting spot for a conventional gripframe. If I remember the marking methods correctly this one appears to have.685 barrels (2 rings machined into the end of the barrel).

    I sense a fire sale in the near future. 😉

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  • Meleager7
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    Originally posted by pearcem View Post
    So this gun was commissioned by one of my friends, who has an excellent and expensive taste for weird paintball guns. I remember when he first got it, and brought it out to a scenario. He usually ran it with a small CO2 tank and a cram n' jam feed. I got to shoot it once, and was pleasantly surprised how well it fed and shot, and we had some small paint that day.

    I agree with the idea that ROF is pretty limited, but who cares? that's not why you got it. Very cool and unique piece.
    Can PPS build an over under like this , single hopper, but in a typhoon based gun? Are they using smaller bore brass nowawdays?

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  • ATBen
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    Yeah, I actually connected with him via FB messenger and he filled me in on its history. Pretty cool little gun, I'll probably mostly be using it while role playing at RKE games and as a medic in others.

  • OpusX
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    The fact that this is a thing makes my heart happy. Pew on cludgy brass beast you are amazing!

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  • pearcem
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    So this gun was commissioned by one of my friends, who has an excellent and expensive taste for weird paintball guns. I remember when he first got it, and brought it out to a scenario. He usually ran it with a small CO2 tank and a cram n' jam feed. I got to shoot it once, and was pleasantly surprised how well it fed and shot, and we had some small paint that day.

    I agree with the idea that ROF is pretty limited, but who cares? that's not why you got it. Very cool and unique piece.

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  • ATBen
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    Originally posted by gabe View Post
    Can't imagine the rate of fire could get very fast feeding that way. Still I like how it gets rid of an entire hopper while still being a double barrel.
    For the dozen or so shots I got off before it started leaking (PPS amm-i-right?), yes, I would agree. But if I can get it around 3 bps, it's really 6bps, right? That's basically 5.5, which I've heard is popular with kids these days.

    I'm planning to run it with a 50 round hopper and my 10 round tubes in an old ammo box harness and one if those 22ci 2" inch ninja tanks, if I can find one. The 26ci is a bit too short.

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  • Jordan
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    I do... I did a rebuild on it for Ben, just need to get a tank filled and verify function.

  • Meleager7
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    That's a pretty specific closeup! Do you have this gun right now?

    It looks like the way the detent positions the bottom ball, the top ball sits slightly back. If both bolt faces are even with each other , the top bolt should make contact first ,and cause the top ball roll upwards a bit before chambering, I think. If the top bolt face is slightly longer, that might help even more with chambering......hmm, very neat design! And I want one now!

  • Meleager7
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    Originally posted by gabe View Post
    Can't imagine the rate of fire could get very fast feeding that way. Still I like how it gets rid of an entire hopper while still being a double barrel.
    I think you're right that this might be chop friendly, if you lean into the trigger too much.....but if this thing could chug along at a leisurely 5 balls per second without chopping, the victim would be experiencing the hailstorm of 10 balls per second, wouldn't they!

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  • gabe
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    Can't imagine the rate of fire could get very fast feeding that way. Still I like how it gets rid of an entire hopper while still being a double barrel.

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  • JeeperCreeper
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    Sounds like the start of a good joke...

  • Jordan
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    It does have only one feedneck... both balls feed from the top down.

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  • gabe
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    It certainly appears to be only one feedneck. I remember back in the day Drum showed off his over/under nasty hurricane and I'm pretty sure it had two feednecks one for each barrel. Kind of odd only having one feedneck but in theory it should work.

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  • JeeperCreeper
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    Even worse you can chop both barrels and have twice the mess
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