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Thread: Strange Brew: cool and strange paintball guns (pics - 56kers beware)

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    That is a lexan body on the cocker.

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    p8ntball is right. Lexan is what bulletproof glass is made out of.

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    Does this qualify?

    Admittedly, it didn't require as much smarts or advanced milling as some of these might have, but hey I'm proud of it:


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    wow!


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    This thread is awesome Keep them coming

    EDIT: Is that even considered a paintball marker? lol
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    The Evolution of the Matrix...

    http://forums.matrixowner.com/viewto...hanical+matrix

    (Mechnical Matrix)















    leethal wrote:

    We started work on the marker in 94, the first proto's were high psi(400psi)Roger and I still use them,they were a automag/autococker hybred, it out performed anything in its day but the high tolerances made production (cnc) a nightmare so we moved to low psi.

    Those two pic were two of the earlier low psi markers before procaps signed a manufacturing deal and wanted the body change to what the Matrix is now(easily extrudable) the manual model was made first then sent to aardvark to install the electro package but we never got it back to update the manual bolt kit to the performance level of an electro solenoid 4way cycling instead of a manual 4 way, procaps and aardvark worked on the changes themselves and the Matrix was then released...

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    Originally posted by Jack & Coke
    wow!

    Now I'd be impressed if we could dig up one of the "official" "GOTCHA" paper uniforms too! I've got one of those guns here somewhere... I'd love to actually try to get a paintball out of it too, but I don't think you can get the drums anywhere.

    -Tyger

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    From: http://www.paintmagazine.com/wpaint2/double.shtml



    Double Trouble
    Published May 1996
    An article by Mike Wallis

    The Badger is an Australian designed and made semi auto paintball marker which uses a blow forward mechanism that is similar in operation to that used in the Auto-Mag. They have been in production in Australia for around two years now...

    read more info here...







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    Ok... I think I've found the craziest marker setup:


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    Awww!!
    That's great, Jack & Coke!
    Awesome find!

    All that guy needs now is a jet pack.

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    Mantis,
    Good lord man!

    You need to post that up over on the getreal page

    How did you get the hopper mounted to the right hand magazine???

    Way cool at any rate.

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    Sweet lever action!


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    EMAG POWER!







    "AUTOMAGNUS" heh heh

    (whoooa... sorry about the size of those pics. They're linked pics, so I have no control over them...)

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    This thread is... wow...


    Keep it coming!!!!
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    More Weltman's guns...

















    WOW what a collection!

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    jah871's gun

    Originally posted by Jack & Coke
    LOL!

    I think your CO2 will get lost on it's way to the AIR valve...

    First CO2 molecules saying, "WTF? Where heck are we going?"

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    Re: Does this qualify?

    Originally posted by Mantis
    Admittedly, it didn't require as much smarts or advanced milling as some of these might have, but hey I'm proud of it:
    Dude, that thing is bloody Sweet. Did you take that to one of the HSI Big games last year?

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    Originally posted by Jack & Coke








    I would love to know what's going with that marker, if anyone knows. I'm fairly confused by it. I'm thinking it's someone's completely homemade paintball gun, which is pretty cool.
    Down with Righty!

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    great thread guys
    Last week i thought i was indecisive, but now im not sure anymore...

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    Originally posted by Wynken

    I would love to know what's going with that marker, if anyone knows. I'm fairly confused by it. I'm thinking it's someone's completely homemade paintball gun, which is pretty cool.
    Pretty sure it was a gun used for shooting squibs on movie sets.

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    Pretty sure it was a gun used for shooting squibs on movie sets.
    -That's exactly what it is.

    It's a "semi production made" Special-Effects airgun, designed to shoot 11/16" balls for various purposes. It's completely pneumatic/mechanical, has both full-auto and semiauto, and a 20-round (as I recall) spring-fed magazine.

    ROF is adjustable, velocity is adjustable and it runs on "shop air" level compressed air.

    Bacci has the website for the fellow who makes them- or made them anyway- and it gives some details. It is NOT designed to use on the field, it's purely meant for shooting "spark balls" and other SFX projectiles, including glass balls (which shatter against brick or walls to simulate bullet strikes) or fake-blood-filled balls, and so on.

    Way back when ('86 ish) it was one of the only such guns the FX people would use, from an adapability and reliability standpoint. Nowadays the same FX guys will use anything from PMI-3s to Raptors.

    FX balls are still about the same though.

    Doc.

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    Thumbs up

    Great info!!!!!

    thanks Doc!

    btw, Doc, what's your favorite "strange looking" gun?

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    Talking

    Originally posted by Jack & Coke
    LOL!

    I think your CO2 will get lost on it's way to the AIR valve...

    First CO2 molecules saying, "WTF? Where heck are we going?"

    LMFAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! : :o


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    Is there any more info/pics about the Automagnus-mobile? Air source(s)? How the feed system works?

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    Smile

    Originally posted by homis
    Is there any more info/pics about the Automagnus-mobile? Air source(s)? How the feed system works?
    Good questions...

    I found that pic as part of Weltman's gallery at www.mcarterbrown.com

    You can send Weltman a message and ask him here:

    http://www.mcarterbrown.com/cgi-bin/...ername=Weltman

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    Boston Paintball Supply Twister Autococker w/ Reflex Kit

    (Reflex Kit gives the autococker a RT (reactive/response) trigger... in other words... 15-18+ bps SWEET-SPOTTING)






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    that certainly has a lot going on in the front end.

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    for those of you who saw the mag Bolter posted, it was at my local field a while ago. My buddy (espo on these forums) saw it, said it was a sweet runaway-going machien gun..I wasnt there
    It's Bold As Love

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    {quote]

    Pictured above is the M41-C Pulse Rifle. The C Model is the second level upgrade from the 41A version shown in ALIENS II. The C model was developed when life forms were discovered that were found to be resistant to the A models 10mm/30mm projectile based system. The M41-C combines a 17mm Automatic Rifle with a forearm mounted 1000 Kilowatt chemical/plasma pulse cannon. The rifle can fire both armor piercing and high explosive shells and the pulse cannon is useful against projectile-hardened targets.

    Features:

    1. The replica is constructed using a brand-new Airgun Designs Automag paintgun

    2. Comes with built-in 8 oz CO2 tank (disguised as pulse cannon).

    3. Fake 17mm High Expolsive round in breach.

    4. 12 inch Airgun Designs barrel.

    5. Comes with:

    Tool Kit
    Automag owners manual & video tape
    Disassembly instructions

    ------------------------------------------------------------

    Price Information

    Each gun is made to order. Delivery time is approximately three weeks.

    Price for ALIENS M41-C Pulse Rifle is $799.00.

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    "The Typhocker"

    (hybrid between Typhoon and Autococker)






    from: http://www.palmer-pursuit.com

    This marker was completed by request of customer, So we decided to post the pictures of the finished product

    Typhocker specs: Typhoon Grip frame (swing trigger, built in 4-way), Blazer vertical ASA w/male Stabilizer, Reversed Palmer pneumatics, 1.5 lbs trigger (top) bottom 0.5 lbs (bottom)

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