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Thread: G-Force to release pneumatic frames for the Mags

  1. #421
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    that guy shoots faster with a mcdonalds straw then I do with 2 fingers

    Way to go GForce. I'm hoping for a second run because I can't justify buying a new frame right now after I already built myself 1.

    There's always the b/s/t's I guess.

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    Holy mother of god I get another commission check Nov 7th...PLEASE have some availability. I'm in, I just needed to see that vid.
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    That's what I thought but it's not worth chancing it guys. Order now!!! If enough people order on the first run, maybe G-Force will be able to offer a second run. We've got to support them though!

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    Wow thats very impressive ... congrats on what looks like super product.

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    CURSES! I so want one of these, i just do NOT have the cash now. PLEASE PLEASE let there be a second run early next year.

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    I have kept up with this thread since the beginning. But I don't want to re-read it. So maybe someone can answer this question as i'm sure it has already been asked.

    Does this trigger frame require any modification to the sear?

    When doing my pneumag I ran into a problem where my sear was different then most of the others therefor I had to remove some of its meat. I'm sure there are some people ordering this frame that may not be aware of different looking sears. And therefore may have a sear that requires modification. I can get a pic of mine if this is not making any sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by warbeak2099
    That's what I thought but it's not worth chancing it guys. Order now!!! If enough people order on the first run, maybe G-Force will be able to offer a second run. We've got to support them though!
    What he said!!


    If enough people order on the first run, maybe G-Force will be able to offer a second run. We've got to support them though!

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    If I was not laid off from my job I'd be all over this like a Fat Kid on a Smartie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LK-13
    If enough people order on the first run, maybe G-Force will be able to offer a second run. We've got to support them though!
    I did my part. Now, let's see some more jump on board. It will be easier to justify a second run it this one sells out and there is additional demand after the last unit is sold.

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    Frame works on MM/AM and Tac-One sears. No modification is needed.

    What's different about your sear?

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoothice
    I have kept up with this thread since the beginning. But I don't want to re-read it. So maybe someone can answer this question as i'm sure it has already been asked.

    Does this trigger frame require any modification to the sear?

    When doing my pneumag I ran into a problem where my sear was different then most of the others therefor I had to remove some of its meat. I'm sure there are some people ordering this frame that may not be aware of different looking sears. And therefore may have a sear that requires modification. I can get a pic of mine if this is not making any sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Force Tech
    Frame works on MM/AM and Tac-One sears. No modification is needed.

    What's different about your sear?

    Garf

    I assume he is speaking of the older AGD sear, which was larger than what they currently use.
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    Quick question..

    Do you guy's to the modification to the ASA?

    How much would it cost to get a complete internal LPR frame that's ready to be straped on and used(excluding the ASA)?

    Thanks

    Cy

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    sowy about the newb question but, do these have R/T function or is it about walkability ???

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    walkability

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    I've paid gor mine and am eagerly waiting.

    I hope there's a second run. I hope G-Force is sucessful making frame for Tippmanns, Spyders, and cockers too. I want this to be a big middle finger to the electro market.

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    Well Im sold.

    I bought a frame just to get in on the first order,... but after seeing the straw pull the trigger and cycle the gun,... I can see that some effort was put into the design and G-Force is making true about their part of the deal..... so thanks for that G-Force!


    Garf - thanks for the videos as well,... nice to see a working product.

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    Guys,.. the pneumatic frame is here. Buy it before its gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Force Tech
    Frame works on MM/AM and Tac-One sears. No modification is needed.

    What's different about your sear?

    Garf
    My sear is the one on the right. The black lines indicates the area I had to remove in order to make it work for my pneumag.

    Will the sear on the right work with your pneu frame?

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    Silly Ao'ers second runs are for kids...


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    a fool and his money will soon be parted

    Quote Originally Posted by TnDeathInc
    Silly Ao'ers second runs are for kids...

    With the amount of Pre- Order vaporware this community has been subject to from shysters with big promises, how could you blame any of us from holding back ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by p8ntball72
    With the amount of Pre- Order vaporware this community has been subject to from shysters with big promises, how could you blame any of us from holding back ?
    Please state all parties this statement is about by name .
    The obvious one would be the Devilmag but the statement "shysters" was plural.
    Last edited by going_home; 10-21-2007 at 07:14 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by going_home
    Please state all parties this statement is about by name .
    The obvious one would be the Devilmag but the statement "shysters" was plural.
    TAG Pre-order E-mag board anyone?

    I know you claim to be old, but your memory cant be that bad.

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    The frame will work only with the sear on the left.

    Garf


    Quote Originally Posted by smoothice
    My sear is the one on the right. The black lines indicates the area I had to remove in order to make it work for my pneumag.

    Will the sear on the right work with your pneu frame?

    [IMG][/IMG]

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by RogueFactor
    TAG Pre-order E-mag board anyone?

    I know you claim to be old, but your memory cant be that bad.
    I wasnt aware of that one, but thanks for always being there with a belittling remark.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrus-the-virus
    Quick question..

    Do you guy's to the modification to the ASA?

    How much would it cost to get a complete internal LPR frame that's ready to be straped on and used(excluding the ASA)?

    Thanks

    Cy
    Can I has an anser plz?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrus-the-virus
    Can I has an anser plz?
    Price is on the website:

    $199 for the frame
    $65 for the internal LPR

    ~$265

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    Are these sold out yet?

    Sorry I haven't been following this thread very close.

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    I am going to play the noob here...cause well...I am...

    Luke has helped me out some with this....

    But...
    what exactly are the advantages of a pneumatic?
    How hard is it to install?
    Why do you need a LPR?
    What is this about having to mill/drill the ASA?

    I ask on be-half of my noob brothers and sisters...who if they understood may buy one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjin3515
    I am going to play the noob here...cause well...I am...

    Luke has helped me out some with this....

    But...
    what exactly are the advantages of a pneumatic?

    the pneumatics assist in moving the sear which releases the bolt, which fires the paintball. Instead of your finger pulling hard enough to release the sear your finger only needs to activate the pneus and then the pneus release the sear.

    How hard is it to install?

    Are you asking about a DIY pneumatic trigger or the g force one?

    DIY = pretty hard and time consuming.

    Gforce = bolt on and connect hose from LPR

    continued below.

    Beemer I still can't get the quotes to work


    Edit....
    If you quote and answer a post like you did you have to have at least ONE[1] character out side of the quote, Or you will get that error.
    Last edited by Beemer; 10-23-2007 at 11:08 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anjin3515
    Why do you need a LPR?

    The pneumatics do not require as strong of air as the valve does. Actually strong air can damage them. So to reduce the air pressure going to the pneus you need an LPR. The LPR can reduce the psi down to a safe level. Maybe between 40-80 psi. This also helps with overall air efficiency.

    What is this about having to mill/drill the ASA?

    The gforce frame has been engineered so that the end user (us) can have a completely self contained pneumatic trigger frame. Which basically means the lpr is inside the frame as well. If you decide to go this route you will need to attach your asa directly to the bottom of the trigger frame. This means no drops of any kind. The asa would then need a hole drilled into the top of it. This will create a direct air path from the asa to the lpr inside the trigger frame. Which means less hoses as well.

    I ask on be-half of my noob brothers and sisters...who if they understood may buy one
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    Last edited by Beemer; 10-23-2007 at 11:07 AM.

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    Thanks for the explanation!

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