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Old 09-30-2019, 11:08 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Montneel Z1 spring fed fun. So with the lack of CO2 at fields now I went this route with this old gem. 12 gram is at just of enough angle to feed it a bit of liquid to make it happy in velocity and now can sling paint at Mag fed games or just limited paint fun.
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Old 10-01-2019, 12:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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So much macroline! Lol.

Sweet marker, though.
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So much macroline! Lol.

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Ha , thanks man and yea it is pretty long Macro for sure.
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Very cool. springfed semi is a fun wat to play.

How many shots and what fps? I'm thinking you might squeeze a couple extra shots if you either switch out for microline or put an insert (thin wire, 1/8 teflon tubing, or similar) in your macroline to limit expansion. Not sure it is worth it but might make a difference.
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Looks good. You could consider removing that drop and putting the ASA on backwards. That would shorten up the required line.
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Very cool. springfed semi is a fun wat to play.

How many shots and what fps? I'm thinking you might squeeze a couple extra shots if you either switch out for microline or put an insert (thin wire, 1/8 teflon tubing, or similar) in your macroline to limit expansion. Not sure it is worth it but might make a difference.
Hmmmm, that sounds like a great idea. It was putting 20 or so balls out there with little drop but I was to lazy to pull out the chrono but will do that tonight or tomorrow and do a shot to drop count.
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Looks good. You could consider removing that drop and putting the ASA on backwards. That would shorten up the required line.
I was going to do that but in the case of a slim chance of CO2 being available I kept the drop forward on for a 20oz. I like my old school big drop forwards. Thanks for the compliment also man.
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