What happened to Marlet1's gun pic?
What happened to Marlet1's gun pic?
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Some Nasty tint...and no more to come casue Im getting back into paintball
Where's the gun that SHARTLY was going GA-GA over? I wanna see now...
Does it smell like updog in here to you?
Originally posted by Automagisurdad
and the barrel is no good cause its a 14 and not 12.
I donĺt know. But actually YOU have a nice Marker too (although I would lose the long barrel personally).
This guyĺs just happen to catch my eye. It had the right amount of Red VS Black, and it was VERY balanced aside from the red hopper on top.
I hope he gets it put back online.
Sure, I have seen better posted, BUT like I said, his just tripped my trigger. LOL But would look even SWEETER (yah, I know... it should be more sweet. LOL) with the modifications I suggested. heehee
I too like the style of marlet1's gun. I actuall have a micromag rt thats blue and black annoed. I have basically the same thing but w/ a blue and black motifie(*sp*)
One question...how does it feel to be bunkered by my Micr0Mag RT?
Yes, blue would look great too. Like I said, it was the balance of color that did it for me. Not too much of either, pretty even. Very sharp.
Sorry, i removed my post this afternoon. Somehow I screwed up my ftp and it went blank, so I waited until I got home to fix the post.
The flip side has red microline on it. I just bought this thing, so I'm getting used to the trigger ect. It needed some o-ring work in the valve, and now it jams!
I have the original piece that was on the gun before the flame cradle, but I like the on/off. So its kind of a trade off.
"Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake."
- Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)
The colored and black rev halves dont fit too well together... just giving the heads up.
here is my phatty
nor cal representin
you are a
Here ae some pics of my z grip rt with warp feed and interface installed.
<img src="http://www.hunting-pictures.com/members/BadDave/Rim00057" width=600 height=400 border=0>
<img src="http://www.hunting-pictures.com/members/BadDave/Rim00038" width=450 height=300 border=0>
<img src="http://www.hunting-pictures.com/members/BadDave/Rim00047" width=450 height=300 border=0>
cool armson barrels
<img src="http://www.hunting-pictures.com/members/BadDave/Rim00070" width=450 height=300 border=0>
profile, note interface cable
<img src="http://www.hunting-pictures.com/members/BadDave/Rim00105" width=450 height=300 border=0>
Bad Dave - Enigma UK
This is before it was "WARPED"
It's hard to play with the "Boys in the Hood", when
your stuck with the "Hicks in the Sticks"
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I like the yoshimag, the red goes good with the chrome, what kind of barrel is that on the second pic?
The little short barrel is a Taso Eliminator that I picked up on eBay, really quite for a short barrel but not the best, I would rather shoot one of my J&J's over it any day.
Here is my baby... Hope ya like it -Son-
is that an e-conversion or just a square grip if it is a square grip can you tell me how you made it ????? thanks
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You don't like your eliminator? I love mine!! I have an 8.5 inch, and it look freakin awsome on my minimag. It only sticks out about 2 inches past the shroud. Excellent for speedball. I am still building my mag; I will post a pic of it as soon as its done. Here are the specs
Nickle 8.5" taso eliminator
12" Dye aluminum
Crome shocktech drop-forward
Air America Vigilante
maybe an eclipse splash kit
maybe electro trigger (still haven't decided which one I want. suggestions?)
Yes I agree that it does well on a speedball field. I also have a 10 inch J& J stainless that I love to play with also and I get much better accuracy with it.
My barrel of choice is my, in this order
12" ss j&j
12" cermaic j&j
14" ss j&j
10" ss j&j
12" ss Dye
14" Al Dye
As you can tell I am kinda fond of J&J Barrles
The bad thing is that I Have a J&J 14" stainless on my Tracerr pump gun also,,,,=barrel cost more than the gun lol
I do shoot different barrels in a day and the Taso is always on Yoshi at one time during the day.
Marlet1, that red nights micromag is my dream gun! (With a z grip and red warpfeed of course.) That is the coolest mag I've ever seen!
On Yoshi? Is that your gun's name? I haven't named mine yet.
what is that thing that is between your grip frame and your drop forward? I need one of those to make my drop forward hang lower. It is hitting my reg and I can't screw it (drop forward) on all the way.
That is a custom dropforward that I made and then I sent it to PK Selective and had it Chrome plated.
Darn. Looks like ill have to use washers to get the clearance.
What I started with was bare metal rod, 1/4" x 1/2"
Then you need to figure what you need to mount on your trigger frame, I went with 1 7/16" very back to where I start my drop.
The total length of the drop is 2 1/2" and again 1 7/16" for my bottem line adaptor.
What I mainly did was have my compressed tank close at hand while making it and I was able to get it as close as I did.
I don't have the tools to do that, but thanks anyway.
My minimag has gone through a minor transformation, so it's time to put an updated pic up. After 7 years of shooting co2 on remote I've finally made the jump to hpa. It's not finished yet, (still want a foregrip and I'm not sure I'm happy with the KAPP setup yet) but here's the Grape Ape v2.0 :
Its just an older revy
You're kidding, right?
The VL 2000 Viewloader Power Series was the predecessor to all the Revolutions. It's actually a 2nd generation 9v powered loader (the first generation were the kidney-shaped hoppers). That baby right there is close to 7 years old. Still works like a charm, although as I get better and better at shooting fast, I've noticed I can start to outshoot it. It feeds about the same as the current 9v revolutions, but is way, way waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay pre-BE.
I'm currently shopping around for a new loader, but I'm going to hang on to this one as a backup. It's been a workhorse and has never, ever failed me. (Except when I forget to put a fresh battery in...)