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Thread: PE Eclipse: TWSTR LV-1 *pics*

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    PE Eclipse: TWSTR LV-1 *pics*

    I was surprised to see this posted on PBN, but thought it was pretty interesting.



    I still don't think it improves the design of the marker though. I can't knock it til I try it though.....

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    This better not be THE Twister that BPS planned to release in July...

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat15k View Post
    This better not be THE Twister that BPS planned to release in July...
    I was worried about the same thing..

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    Quote Originally Posted by splat15k View Post
    This better not be THE Twister that BPS planned to release in July...
    No s#$t, right?

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    From PBN:

    Quote Originally Posted by Committed Paintball View Post
    Don't worry.... the TWSTR Autococker is still a greenlight

    Due to manufacturing scheduling the LV-1 Project had a smaller timeframe and we needed to move on that opportunity before that door shut.

    Stay tuned for some VERY exciting Autococker news in the coming weeks!
    Thank goodness!!

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    very nice. Makes me want to go out and buy another fishbone Bushmaster
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    I like the milling work, but still cant get over that freaking bridge from the trigger guard to the grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tropical Life View Post
    I like the milling work, but still cant get over that freaking bridge from the trigger guard to the grip.
    Agreed! Terrible.

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    Much rather run macro to the bottom of the reg, than have that right in the middle of the grip. Way to halfa** it again PE!

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    No one I've read yet has said this yet but my biggest complaint is the horrible anno options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tropical Life View Post
    I like the milling work, but still cant get over that freaking bridge from the trigger guard to the grip.
    I can't agree with you enough....

    "I'm not happy unless you're not happy"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dono1 View Post
    No one I've read yet has said this yet but my biggest complaint is the horrible anno options.
    Personally, I like more simple anno on the more complex milling. Any real dramatic anno would take away from the milling. More color variations would be nice though. Not sure what you were considering "horrible anno options".

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    Quote Originally Posted by dboggs79 View Post
    Personally, I like more simple anno on the more complex milling. Any real dramatic anno would take away from the milling. More color variations would be nice though. Not sure what you were considering "horrible anno options".
    I just figure you're going to put in the work throw a different pallet, red, silver, and gray just are an unexciting bunch. I would of ran to the piggy bank for a green/blue.

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    Doing complex anno on an intricate design like that would be REALLY hard to QA and it would be like trying to marry zebra stripes and leopard spots on the same animal.

    Personally, I think that'll be a PAIN to clean gun hits out of.

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