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  1. #101
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    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>

    side view
    <img src="http://www.hunting-pictures.com/members/BadDave/Rim00038" width=450 height=300 border=0>

    side view

    <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>

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  2. #102
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    blembiggity mag.....

    95 S-10
    Alpine CDA-7893 HU
    Eclipse 33230 Amp
    Infinity References' 4X6's
    Infinity References' 6Ż's
    2 10" Infinity References'

    Some Nasty tint...and no more to come casue Im getting back into paintball

  3. #103
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    My Mag"YOSHI"

    This is before it was "WARPED"
    <img src="http://www.lewistown.net/~santa/tbone1.jpg">





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  4. #104
    I like the yoshimag, the red goes good with the chrome, what kind of barrel is that on the second pic?
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  5. #105
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    Barrel

    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.
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  6. #106
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    Here she is...

    Here is my baby... Hope ya like it -Son-

  7. #107
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    Cool

    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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  8. #108
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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

    Chrome Minimag
    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?)

  9. #109
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    Taso Eliminator

    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
    8.5" Taso
    12" Z-Rock
    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.
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  10. #110
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    Talking Red Nights Micromag

    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!

  11. #111
    On Yoshi? Is that your gun's name? I haven't named mine yet.

  12. #112
    -žon-

    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.

  13. #113
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    Drop forward

    That is a custom dropforward that I made and then I sent it to PK Selective and had it Chrome plated.
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  14. #114
    Darn. Looks like ill have to use washers to get the clearance.

  15. #115
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    dropforward

    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.
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  16. #116

    Smile

    I don't have the tools to do that, but thanks anyway.

  17. #117

    update...

    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 :


  18. #118
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    what;s the vieloader power series?? anything different from a regular 12v revvy?
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  19. #119
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    Its just an older revy

  20. #120

    um.....

    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...)

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