What Is It? Even after cleaning off the dust.... Still don't know what you have? Let the knowledgeable old-timers help you out

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Old 10-21-2019, 01:23 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Funny thing is this all started 2 weeks ago. The fiancee and I were messing around walking through a flea market and in one of the booths I spotted a Spyder clone with a 9v electric frame and a Tippman... We were talking about my old paintball days as we walked around and she walked back and picked it up while I was at check out. All her fault!!! Now I'm sitting here with a pile of USPS boxes around me.... "I just want to try it out" she said lol Now I have a Silver Bullet Spyder knock off, a Geo CS2, Invert Mini, Trillogy Autocoker for her, a Axe 2.0 with all the Lurker upgrades, the Odyessy cocker in this thread and now I'm trying to decide If for old time sake if I want to build a cocker or buy an Angel. 10 Barrels, 4 packs, 4 sets of goggles a 6kpsi fill station and a more. Still haven't shot the first paintball...

The cocker will just be to tinker with. But then again I see mechanical is now making a comeback. I still can't decide between a cocker or Angel. The last angel I owned was a WS Dark LCD. I don't anything about the Speeds, G7, One??? I see all these with upgraded boards in them, but haven't been around it to know whats a good deal and what's not. Probably just going to get this Works body and call it good.
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Old 10-22-2019, 05:57 AM   #22 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by magmoormaster View Post
If you pick it up, could you take a picture of the valve and valve pin? I think I have one but I'd like to confirm.
The exhaust port and the set screw hole are identical. The backside has a white delrin insert for the fat part of the valve stem.
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