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Old 08-26-2019, 04:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Living room mad scientist $#!+...

20190826_000542.jpgSo from the time I was, say, 13 in 1998, this has been the ongoing condition of my living space when I start dealing with my paintball gear.

I have never had the proper workbench or even the correct tools to mad scientist on some markers, regardless.

But I mad scientist, nonetheless.

What a mess.
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20190826_004959.jpg[Insert maniacal laugh here...]
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Haha - nice collection there bud. My spare parts also spend a lot of time in coffee cans and small boxes
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Old 08-26-2019, 10:25 AM   #4 (permalink)
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I usually start working on one gun and then it slowly expands over the next 20-30 minutes into everything I own being strewn about.
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Old 08-26-2019, 12:48 PM   #5 (permalink)
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I was just going to throw a heavier mainspring in my Tigershark, which I actually didn't do because I had to pick up the Game Face Vexor in order to get to my bag-O-springs...

Well, the Vexor desperately needed to have the holes from the valve stop pin filled after it was removed to make room for the VS3 balance valve. I just grabbed two such pins, and stuck one in each side... still need a dremel with a cut-off wheel to trim both pins flush, but the holes are plugged. Then I put new springs in it, and traded the rear velocity adjuster to the green one. The green RVA is secured via the rear frame screw, which required me to dig up a longer screw. There was nothing wrong with the original RVA, but the new one is green, which is kinda the theme I have going on for the Vexor. This continued to snowball into me also adding a random drop-forward and a random On/Off ASA I had laying around. But, hey, I at least routed the macroline better this time.

Speaking of rerouting macroline, I put an Evil Detonator reg on the TASO Spyder and ran macroline instead of that hideously oversized SS braided hose that was on it previously.

And then it was time to clean my room and go to bed... and I never did change the mainspring in my Tigershark. Lol.
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