Marker pics

Discussion in 'The Airgun and Paintball Club' started by 45owner, Jul 31, 2005.

  1. 45owner

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    This is my new setup. I traded my Tippman A-5rt for it. It is a WGP Vert feed autococker with a revvy hopper and a 68/3000 nitro tank.
    Feel free to post your marker pics here.
     
  2. One Ragged Hole

    One Ragged Hole Dis ain't funny

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    Nice marker. You might want to add a drop forward to bring the marker closer to you, and to better balance it when you hold it.
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  3. 1865

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    Here's my new baby. Angel G7, Intellifeed Halo, 12" Freak Barrel & a MacDev Conquest 45/45 fiber wrapped tank. Thirty-one balls a second. :cool:

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    Just added the drop forward and a 16" sniper barrel.
    New pics to come.
     
  5. Mwildt

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    Nice...real nice 1865. I'm about to jump back into the sport. I've been out of the loop for about 2-3 years. The only gun I have left is a Cobraized 2k lcd. Just aired it up for the first time in over a year earlier tonight. Worked like a charm. I know I'll need to upgrade pretty soon if I want to seriously compete though. Man...can't wait to get back out there and sling some paint.

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    Here's my 2k lcd, I've owned more than my fair share of Angels and I can't part with this one, very smooth to shoot. Long live the single trigger ~2
     
  7. 1865

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    Very nice! I love the older Angels just as much as my new baby. They just have a cooler look than any of the other markers. :)
     
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    tippy 98C, as you probally guessed, I play woodsball
     
  9. startsparKing

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    autocockers were always my favorite marker. Its mechanically complex but once you understand how it works you can tune it to your liking angels are nice but too rich for my blood. Here is mine I havent played in over a year. I cant wait to go again.
     
  10. brock sampson

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    The first one is my DM4. This is my #1 tournament gun. I've shot this one awhile but it's still my favorite.
    Next is my E2 Freeflow boxxer, my backup tournament gun I guess, but she doesn't see much field time anymore. Still, this gun has won her share of cash and shiny plastic awards.
    Last is my old gun. This one is in the middle of a rebuild but will soon be up for sale. Hate to see it go since it's a one of a kind with a mini Cobra body. That, and it's a full auto chain gun.

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    I hate red.
     
  11. sx-al

    sx-al Go Canes! CLM

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    This is my baby. I've had her for....9yrs? Wow, that long. The only thing I can say about this heavy old gal is she never breaks. Old valve, X valve, from when I got her to upgrades. Never. Of all the times I have gone to play, I have never had a down day. I love her.

    I like the autocockers alot. But I'd rather buy another gun. If I hit the lotto...;I
     
  12. 1865

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    Sweet mag! I remember when that machine was the beast of the field. Still a slick looking marker. Brock, LOVE the DM4, had a chance to shoot one a few weeks ago and was very impressed. Is that the stock trigger?
     
  13. brock sampson

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    Yeah, no reason to change it. I've taken the time to adjust it and I can't see how an aftermarket trigger could be any better.