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Originally posted by pbdude985 pbdude985 wrote:

DUDE simply amazing , thats deffitnly a first.  clean it up and post more pics.

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What if Tippmann started to sell y/Z frames for the A-5?
just a question to ponder.
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I was thinking of making more to sell on ebay... i just dont know if people would buy em
Pneumatic Automag, x-valve, ULE trigger kit, Chimera frame, q loader, freak barrel system. Batteries are for the WEAK.
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If i made more of these grips what would people expect them to cost?
Pneumatic Automag, x-valve, ULE trigger kit, Chimera frame, q loader, freak barrel system. Batteries are for the WEAK.
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I love it! I would pay like 300 if it was a e-grip!
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Originally posted by -=Kasutik=- -=Kasutik=- wrote:

If i made more of these grips what would people expect them to cost?
if you sell them on ebay, you would definately have to clean them up a little.  i would ask 100 for a mech.  start the bid at 50 though.
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Originally posted by ANARCHY_SCOUT ANARCHY_SCOUT wrote:

What if Tippmann started to sell y/Z frames for the A-5?
just a question to ponder.
That would be sick!
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well since the J&J 45 frame is aluminum and can still accept the response trig and retails for about 95, you may want to seem a little less expensive than them. I'd say 80 dollar retail cause its still plastic, and doesnt seem like it will accept any firepower upgrades. I'd also work on 90 degree frames for the z/y grip naysayers.
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