I'm confused. I thought Pro Team had the patent...
I'm confused. I thought Pro Team had the patent...
consider me skeptical until release day.
I suggest you dont delay to long, or suffer the wrath of the AO jury of public opinion
vaporware gets you life
Good luck. What did you have to jump through with PTP to make it happen?
Agreed. If this becomes another PTP frame or even worse, a Devilmag type of deal, that's it for G-force in the eyes of your only real reliable demographic. I'd like to know why G-force posted this and all of a sudden runs away and forgets about the thread also.Originally Posted by edweird
Originally Posted by edweird
What he said. The fact that there isnt even a pic on their site screams shens. Why wait all this time to make a huge announcement and not be able to back it up immediately? Whoever this G-Force is they havent spent much time researching AO's reaction to the non-release of similar products.
Under-promise and over-deliver, not the other way around. You developers need to get it straight.
Seriously, they don't even mention a mag frame on their website. Their website sucks balls which initially is what turns me off from a company, and they probably don't have a prototype made or even a CAD.Originally Posted by Warwitch
I dont believe it unless it see it. I have heard of many comapanies who were coming out with mag stuff and still hasnt happend. Do not hold your breath!
On the flip side , it it is true that is great.
I do not think they should do a pre-order. They should release them. After all there is like thousands of mag owners, no doubt they will all sell!
Originally Posted by nathanjones008
Yea it will sell well if it is a bolt on, if you have to get a rail milled and all that junk they wont sell as high imho.
Im willing to bet we will see the hAIR before we see this thing
click click click click click.... hear that noise thats rabid typin up C&D letter
follow through with it i believe they should sell
2k2 Angel LCD
2k Angel CnC LCD
Dye sticky 3's
Edge barrel with blue J&J tip
Egg 2 y board
Dye Throttle 91/4500
Angel Air Reg
My bet this product does not hit reatil until 2010 with the how SLOW things are going int thew mag world
Their web site must have taken about 6 seconds to create/register. I wouldnt be surprised if this is some sick bastards idea of a joke. Kind of early for April Fools isnt it?
Originally Posted by Warwitch
Ah-Ha! I didn't think of that.
Originally Posted by luke
Maybe its dis-information put out there to throw us off.
Maybe PTP is behind these shenaigans!
You may continue to bash G-Force and the whole idea of a penumatic trigger if you like...
However, I'm going to naively pretend that this is legit... and so I've started a new thread with the intention of listing AO's demands for a pneumatic trigger. If you have any constructive feedback for G-Forge, please come on over and voice your opinion.
Originally Posted by Raven001
The patent that PTP has is for a Pneumatic Assisted Trigger system. The Patent that G-Force has is for a Pneumatic Marker. Beyond that I can only speculate as to how/why G-Force is able to manufacture Pneumatic Frames. Hopefully someone with real information and evidence can shed some light on this. Until then your guess is as good as mine. I'm not going to call "shen" as they say just yet, but I would like to see something more than just a forum post and letter from PTP giving support would be good to see as well.
My assumption would be that the two companies are connected at least in a licensing agreement or something.
"Relax. Don't worry. Have a Home Brew."
You know, this wouldve been awesome.
If it were still 2003.
Derek? 'sup!Originally Posted by G-Force Tech
Lol at teh scamzorzOriginally Posted by Pneumagger
Now the site says for automags too.
Copy and pasted:
Home » Pneumatic Grip Frame for Mechanical Markers
Pneumatic Grip Frame for Mechanical Markers
Coming soon G-Force pneumatic grip frame for Autocockers, Automags, Spyders and Tippmann paintball markers.
Stay tuned. More details to follow.
I wonder how much this would help a spyder or tippman since you'd still have that hammer slamming back and forth.
What does that have anything to do with anything?Originally Posted by TheTramp
Pneumatic triggers are to lighten and shorten the triggerpull. Recriprocating mass has nothing to do with a triggerpull. Sure, they'll kick like mules, but they'll have snappy little pulls.
Originally Posted by TheTramp
One of the patents I looked at had a ram, attached to the sear.
This thread was posted to get feedback as we are preparing to manufacture a pneumatic frame for the Mags.Originally Posted by warbeak2099
Please do not clutter this thread with patent related posts. I am sure there are threads already started on this subject.
I will be reading and responding to posts once a day.
Originally Posted by jaywmustang
When you say AGD style triggers, are you referring to the exposed trigger portion in the trigger guard area?
The internal or hidden portion needs to be modified to actuate the pneumatic valve.
actions speak louder then words... produce a frame, otherwise all you will get is skepticismOriginally Posted by G-Force Tech
and with the triggers... i do believe everyone is refering to being able to use there existing triggers
t33kyboy "So if a cat is dropped from 11 inches, it will most likely die."
We never mentioned a Mag because Mags were not even considered. We had received requests from Mag owners to offer a pneumatic frame.Originally Posted by warbeak2099
We have prototype of our 68 Super and S1 pneumatic markers. The internal pneumatics could be also used in a Mag frame. We would need to CNC machine a new frame to fit onto a Mag.
So you are right, we don't have a prototype for the Mag yet.
Originally Posted by rawbutter
Could you please merge your new thread into this one.
I would prefer to keep all the info on this thread centralized.
I have quickly read over your list, and would like feedback on it from everyone else. We would like to make only one frame if possible that could suite the majority of Mag owners.
I would also like to wrap it up in a week or two so we can begin production of the first prototype frame to show you all.
Last edited by G-Force Tech; 09-01-2007 at 12:39 AM.