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AmericanPaintball 11-19-2006 04:40 PM

Unknown Quick Changer
I picked this strange quick change up in a lot purchase, I have never seen one before, the Co2 actually goes in backwards and the plug turns in and then you puncture the Co2 by smacking the back of the plug to puncture the Co2.... Any Clues who made this unique changer?

c6quad 11-19-2006 04:53 PM

cool. i've no clue at who made it though.

how well does it work?

AmericanPaintball 11-19-2006 05:01 PM

Seems to work decent, I have only installed it on a marker once to see how it actually works, didn't really see if there was any difference in amount of shots.

aqua_scummm 11-19-2006 08:46 PM

Crazy, where's the CO2 go though?

Special_k 11-19-2006 09:11 PM

I would assume it goes around the 12 gram? I have never seen anything like that but its pretty cool!

AmericanPaintball 11-20-2006 07:05 AM


Originally Posted by aqua_scummm (Post 57863)
Crazy, where's the CO2 go though?


Originally Posted by Special_k (Post 57876)
I would assume it goes around the 12 gram? I have never seen anything like that but its pretty cool!

The Co2 goes around the Co2 as Special K stated, the whole changer gets pressurized

Painthappy 11-20-2006 08:15 AM

Never seen one like that before. Very interesting. If it was a production type, there obviously were not too many of them.

Pressurizing the whole thing though huh? Very inefficient, but it does act as a volumizer. I think cooper-t made some that way, Mcmurray and sons may have dabbled a bit with that, but this doesn't look like it is from either.

the only other gun to have a pressurized chamber was the PUMA... So the idea was out there and tried, but I've never seen one like that.

Neat find

Robertsr 11-20-2006 09:08 AM

An AFT works the same way. Piercer in the cap,with a pressurized chamber.

Al Ray 11-20-2006 07:33 PM

Wasnt there somthing like that listed in the Tippmann SMG products catalog? Or am I just nuts

AmericanPaintball 11-20-2006 07:56 PM

I have never seen the Tippmann SMG catalog... where is that found?

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