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  1. #241
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    ^^ I think I found my new religion.
    Autocockers are the greatest markers ever made.
    ~The greatest BACKUP markers to AUTOMAGS!!

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    Figures I get out of pball and then this
    "The Few Who Do Are The Envy Of The Many Who Only Stand And Watch"

    Alway Remember *343*

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    Quote Originally Posted by jade_monkey07
    ...Jesus christ died for your sins..
    What an arrogant SOB! Thinking he can speak for me and taking responsibility for MY actions. The nerve!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaan
    I prefer to follow Freya...basically you worship her by doing battle and having sex
    I don't even worship the flying spaghetti monster, but if I were inclined towards such things, I'd be a follower of BOB, the god of paintball.

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    I will worship the King of Siam if it will help get this frame on the market

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    Amen.

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    pictars yet?

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    I'm still waiting for the 'due to such and such complications we will no longer be pursueing the manufacturing of these frames' like all the rest.

    You can't tease us with pictures then disappear!

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    ok so enough of the philosophical crud and back to when are the frames comming i neeeeeed one nowww

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    See the first post. The frames can now be ordered! Price...... US$199.00 (LPR not included)

    just have difficulties uploading the images.

    Garf



    Quote Originally Posted by elephant toast
    ok so enough of the philosophical crud and back to when are the frames comming i neeeeeed one nowww
    Last edited by G-Force Tech; 10-10-2007 at 12:26 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Force Tech
    just have difficulties uploading the images.
    Use this! http://www.imageshack.us/

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    Wouldn't be better to upload to AO instead?

    Garf



    Quote Originally Posted by WingMan13

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    Its the only way I ever uploaded pics on AO and I know many others in here use it as well. Host it and use the link for the forums. I dont think I'll be able to go to sleep until I see pics!

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Force Tech
    Wouldn't be better to upload to AO instead?

    Garf
    you cant anymore, too much bandwidth.

    if you want to temp host the pics using imageshack.us, ill back up them using my college's server (RIT) and give you the URL

    (hopefully our millions and millions of dollars worth of servers will get some use then )

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    Now you can sleep...







    Quote Originally Posted by WingMan13
    Its the only way I ever uploaded pics on AO and I know many others in here use it as well. Host it and use the link for the forums. I dont think I'll be able to go to sleep until I see pics!
    Last edited by G-Force Tech; 10-10-2007 at 01:11 AM.

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    any demo vids?


    I must say, they look impresive. I await the tests....

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    Cool.

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    OK, so how do you attach the external LPR?
    I'm assuming that the Palmer Rock or Micro-Rock may be applied here until your in house LPR is ready?

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    I just tried to order a frame and there is no way to do it on the site. can you post a direct link on where to order?

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    heres a backup of your pics

    http://www.rit.edu/~meg1016/gforcelprasaadaptorlf0.jpg

    http://www.rit.edu/~meg1016/gforcepframelprasaio0.jpg[

    http://www.rit.edu/~meg1016/gforcepframetaconetz9.jpg

    btw, they look awesome. It looks like i will finally have a solid reason to get a mag

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    The system needs to refresh from the changes. It should be up soon.

    Garf



    Quote Originally Posted by stevewar
    I just tried to order a frame and there is no way to do it on the site. can you post a direct link on where to order?

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    The external LPR is normally installed in front of the vertical ASA. Either an airsmith can tap a 1/8-NPT or we are looking at offering a pretapped vertical ASA.

    The frame has a channel milled on the top of the frame. The LPR hose feeds in from the front/top and is routed directly into the grip frame pneumatics.

    Once the G-Force Micro-LPR is ready, the user just bolts it into the grip which is already prepped with air passages.

    In the pic, the Micro-LPR is used. The adaptor between the on/off ASA routes air from the modified on/off ASA directly into the frame for a "sleeper" setup.

    Garf



    Quote Originally Posted by LK-13
    OK, so how do you attach the external LPR?
    I'm assuming that the Palmer Rock or Micro-Rock may be applied here until your in house LPR is ready?
    Last edited by G-Force Tech; 10-10-2007 at 01:54 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-Force Tech
    The external LPR is normally installed in front of the vertical ASA. Either an airsmith can tap a 1/8-NPT or we are looking at offering a pretapped vertical ASA.

    The frame has a channel milled on the top of the frame. The LPR hose feeds in from the front/top and is routed directly into the grip frame pneumatics.

    Once the G-Force Micro-LPR is ready, the user just bolts it into the grip which is already prepped with air passages.

    In the pic, the Micro-LPR is used. The adaptor between the on/off ASA routes air from the modified on/off ASA directly into the frame for a "sleeper" setup.

    Garf

    any chance to get grips off pics?

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    Looks good. Really the only thing I dont like is the fat trigger. Just not my style. Good Job

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruler_Mark
    any chance to get grips off pics?

    Exactly. Thats all were really interested in anyways


    Although,personally, I dont find the frame particularly attractive. I will have to take another look later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warwitch
    Exactly. Thats all were really interested in anyways


    Although,personally, I dont find the frame particularly attractive. I will have to take another look later.

    Maybe it just needs a nice set of Dye stickies on there..? I dont know about you guys, but im excited. Now that everyone put poor Mr.Garf through the AO ringer, lets show some love and buy some frames.



    /checking bank account ....

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    VIDSSSSSS......I wanna see vids

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    /agree with big E


    Frame purchased 10/10/07, Nov 28 scheduled delivery.

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    Great work.

    Whats the word on the cocker version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by UThomas
    Great work.

    Whats the word on the cocker version?
    Yes, yes. Inquiring Minds need to know!

    *anxiously dry washing hands*

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