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  • lizardking132
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    Wait, so do normal blazer barrels fit the SL68II or did you custom order one? I recently stumbled across one and was thinking of getting a nicer barrel for it

  • djeclypse
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    Originally posted by XEMON View Post
    Ok, finally got a proper picture with matching hopper and tank!
    Here is my only electro:
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    Don't you mean Pyro?

    Sent from my SM-G892U using Tapatalk

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  • Ghille-Man
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    Here's my old A5. Pulled her out of 10+ years of storage, ordered a few parts, and brought her back to life.
    This is a gen 1 A5 with a fang trigger kit, hammerhead barrel, tac stock, some camo wrap, and an 80 round offset tac hopper. I think im gonna pull one of the rings on the hopper to make it a little shorter. I'd have like a 70 round capacity.

    I've got a cyclone upgrade kit as well but am waiting to get an RT set up before I throw it on.

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  • Ironnerd
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    Just an old SL-68II
    20210423_184035 by Iron Nerd

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  • Myrkul
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    Pro-Lite with a 68 carbine grip frame. Fluted cup seals (Bret G style) polished valve body, polished hammer, Spyder valve spring, TASO RVA. Runs great on HPA!

    Last edited by Myrkul; 05-18-2022, 02:37 PM.

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  • OpusX
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    Tippmann 68-Carbine, Dye 12" stainless, Pro-Line powerfeed and vasa, starfire bolt, factory expansion chamber.

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  • Drachen
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    Ah that makes sense. I thought it was a rear cocking knob but got confused when I saw the side cocking knob still lol

  • Myrkul
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    Pro-Line RVA. I considered chopping the stem down so it sits more flush to the back of the gun, but then just got lazy and figured I'd leave it.


    I also have an Aluminum Starfire bolt in there since I heard the original plastic bolts were prone to wearing through.

  • Drachen
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    What's the knob on the back?

  • Myrkul
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    68-Carbine

    Freak barrel with modified Prolite shroud
    Metal APP Single Trigger frame
    Metal Aftermarket Feedneck
    Ramped Stock Bolt
    Polished and enlarged Power Tube
    Polished Striker & Sear Assembly
    Proline RVA (now matching)







    Update:
    The Proline RVA now matches as well!

    Damn this thing shoots as good as it looks! On it's maiden field time it only took 4 games of rec ball before it had 15 eliminations under its belt already. Just ball on ball accurate. It is unquestionably the best shooting Tippmann I've ever owned.




    Last edited by Myrkul; 12-12-2023, 09:43 PM.

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  • Tinybear
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    My first real marker I ever bought. Got it brand new some time in late 90s. My well loved Tippmann Pro/carbine. Pretty basic these days with a tippmann A5 barrel and mini drop forward. Switched the trigger spring from one I took outa a school bus Door release handle(Fixed school busses for a living back then and oddly enuff doing that again these days). This poor things been used and abused for 20 years. Just a great reliable fun shooter. I have had most tippmann models since this and they just never seem to compare to this things build quality and character.
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    Then When tippmann re released the SL68II I jumped on A new one as I always thought they looked super cool and love that it’s a Nelson with a external velocity adjuster. Swapped out the Stock big barrel for a .680 brass palmers barrel. Awesome small light shooter. Hands down one of my favourite pumps.
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    Last edited by Tinybear; 04-29-2021, 04:01 AM.

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  • shadow191
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    Dug this out of my parents house, purchased new in ‘95 or so, my first semi. “Upgraded” to the power feed. Been sitting for the last 15 years at least but replaced a couple of o-rings and it’s shooting again.

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  • KMDPB
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  • Chappy
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    Nope, prolite is 1/8”npt right into the valve. As long as it doesn’t restrict the floating valve you can thread whatever fitting you wan in there

  • Tippster
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    How'd you attach the gas line to the valve? Dosent the prolite need a special adapter with the small hose?
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