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    Both mine. Bottomlines held on with Lapce A-5 bottomline adapters.
    Stingray-


    Tigershark-
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    I have no idea what to put in my sig.

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    YAY!!! I feel all famous....

    #39 is mine

    Well was ,I took it apart for a new projects Ill pop some pics here sooner or later...
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    very nice finds Jack. That gatling gun is most impressive.

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    Palmerized PGP...


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    almost forgot about this one...
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    that last one there is just crazy. i would love to pull up to a feild with the minigun looking one lol. i think there would be a buncha buthole spit in ppls pants

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    so cool Jack! That Doc really takes the cake! His stuff is WAY cool! Great finds!
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    Am I the only one excited by the fact that this is botom fed. I mean not even the hose to get hit. I kow the model 98 isn't so sexy, but the fact that nothing sticks up is so cool! Oh well.
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    look at that crazy trigger pull on that tippman too

    How do ppl do all that stuff to stingrays??



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    jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeezus
    I won't ship first unless you have a lot of good feedback.

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    All of these guns are traveling mysteriously to my hard drive in a folder entitled, "kickn rad fo sheezy stuff"


    That mini gun is so insanely awesome. Any more info on it?

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    Sorry, no info... I found it here:

    http://www.keyworths.co.uk/spares_home.htm

    a couple more here:

    http://www.montysminiguns.com










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    Originally posted by Jack & Coke


    Hi Ov3rmind,

    How did it work?

    Looks like an Electro-Mag-Cocker hybrid...
    It worked on a design that sort of combined a ram driven electropneumatic with a spool valve design. If you want to see how it worked more specifically, you'd have to head on over to the AKA forum on PBN (here is the direct link to the thread). The creator over on PBN has the sn pbjosh.

    Here are some lengthy threads that he made detailing the creation of the gun:

    http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.p...light=%2Bshiva
    http://www.pbnation.com/showthread.p...light=%2Bshiva

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    I am over here enough, no need to goto pbnation -

    Normally I am hunting around Deep Blue though..........

    The Shiva in the 'Mystery Gun' link was a Proof of Concept design build mostly to see if the valve would work. It used standard Cocker Pneus, ran closed bolt, and instead of the sear being dropped there was a separate solenoid for the valve.

    Currently I have finished off the final drawings, and they are sent out. We are collecting bids from machine shops, and we have several parts bid.

    The new version has an interesting layout, which should allow the Shiva to not break any paint from the bolt action, and to stop FSDO.

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    Thumbs up

    Awesome!

    I hope it works out and we have another advancement in gun design...

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    mini gun!! WHAAAAAA!?!?!

    Check this out, posted a few months ago

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    what are the specs of the a-5, number 11 on the first page.
    ie:brand of products, length, wich type of product.

    thanks

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    Not the greatest compared to some of those custom wonders, but heres my stingray I that cost me a grand total of $25 for a fun project.



    Its a now-and-then tinker project. I still need to acquire a 98 custom flatline shroud to modify into a foregrip.
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    Originally posted by Derek33
    what are the specs of the a-5, number 11 on the first page.
    ie:brand of products, length, wich type of product.

    thanks
    This gun can be purchased here:

    http://www.rustyspaintballgear.com/c...asp?ID_Wep=328




    Features:

    1. The replica is constructed using a brand-new Tippmann A5 paintgun.

    2. Rear stock slides back and forth and locks in 4 positions.

    3. Comes with 16" aftermarket barrel, M-4 style front sight and handguard and vertical grip.

    4. The Tippmann A5 comes with a built-in powered hopper! (not shown).

    5. All-metal magazine is solidly mounted and may be used as a vertical grip!

    6. NOW AVAILABLE WITH OPTIONAL REACTIVE TRIGGER FOR FASTER SHOOTING.

    7. STANDARD MARKER COMES WITH FLAT-TOP WEAVER RAIL SUITABLE FOR MOUNTING CARRY-HANDLE OR SCOPE (NOT INCLUDED). SEE PARTS PAGE FOR THESE OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES.

    8. Comes with: Tool Kit Tippmann A5 owners manual Disassembly instructions

    Model: ESA5M4 Weight: 5 lbs.

    Price: $ 680.00

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    Originally posted by madmatt151
    Am I the only one excited by the fact that this is botom fed. I mean not even the hose to get hit. I kow the model 98 isn't so sexy, but the fact that nothing sticks up is so cool! Oh well.
    my marker is kinda like that and it is sexy and rare which is kinda for sale

    also all the sniper markers have like uber long barrels and must loose alot of fps


    oh and here is a crazy carbon fiber cocker I wish I had that
    GUNS:
    warp left mini vertibrate cocker
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    shocktech drop with 68 3k raptor rex AA
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    12volt revy
    and a 12 volt warp


    good traders:Bmx5045,clintfiore, maxwell M, 68magOwner, GPZ1170, magkid45, and Josh515
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    That pic of the asian guy in the camo, is that nighthawk, the guy who came to NJ AO this year and got in a fight with dead cell? Looks just like him
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    this is what my mag used to look like
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    an interesting gun from deadlywind
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    LOL! I forgot about that one...

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    Originally posted by Automaggin2
    That pic of the asian guy in the camo, is that nighthawk, the guy who came to NJ AO this year and got in a fight with dead cell? Looks just like him
    No it's not, and no it doesn't look like him.

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    My Palmerized cocker (Typhocker) is pretty unique.






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    Laxkid,

    That cocker body cant be carbon fiber considering carbon fiber cant be made clear, its simply a cut and carved chunk of plastic. It does look sweet though.
    I wish I had a sandwich.

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