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    Posted: 21 June 2006 at 4:25pm
and i thought of an advantage to vertical air...  the liquid co2 would be at the bottom of the 12 gram, giving it more time to expand into liquid, thus improving effeciancy...
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Originally posted by DeTrevni DeTrevni wrote:

well, since we are on the subject of snipers, anyone reading this should check out this

its a pneumatic assist sniper called the SHO or super high output. it is capable of 13 bps. thats right, a pump that can outperform a lot of semi's. the store that does it is paintball maxx, about 10 minutes away from my house.

think it's stock class legal if we put a quick change and a feed tube on it?

that is pretty cool... i've seen pneumatic assists before, but none that low of price...  i'm not sure it it's stock class legal in alot of tournements though...  i read somewhere they didn't allow pneumatic assist.... but they also didn't allow porting in barrels...
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ah i wanna get a phantom now. :( nice acid wash with a t stock  maybe ill get one before summer is over
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well, since we are on the subject of snipers, anyone reading this should check out this

its a pneumatic assist sniper called the SHO or super high output. it is capable of 13 bps. thats right, a pump that can outperform a lot of semi's. the store that does it is paintball maxx, about 10 minutes away from my house.

think it's stock class legal if we put a quick change and a feed tube on it?



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Originally posted by DeTrevni DeTrevni wrote:

actually, when i think about it, what advantages will it have over horizontal air and a vert reg? it might be a bit complex...

 

the only obvious advantage i can see is it might be easier to change out the 12 gram, especially if you use a stock.  I also think it would give the user a tighter profile while changing.  ...  but if you used a stock, you would have to turn it backwards and run it hawaiian style..  still work the same way though...  But you made me think...  why is my vsc "better" than a regular sc phantom? 

i also noticed that in my drawing, my arrows are backwards...

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actually, when i think about it, what advantages will it have over horizontal air and a vert reg? it might be a bit complex...

 



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Originally posted by DeTrevni DeTrevni wrote:

dang...

thats a fricken good idea. ill draw up plans and get a quote from doc.

i'll call it "folme system"

for some reason, i really like the name...

i personally think it looks pretty cool...  two hoses give it an oldschoolish, industrial look imo....

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dang...

thats a fricken good idea. ill draw up plans and get a quote from doc.

i'll call it "folme system"



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it aint pretty, but you get the idea... i figured someone like Doc Nickel could help with the "adaptor"  it's really a simple idea...

oh i forgot to mention the air from the reg will go into the asa...

edit: forgot to mention, the t-stock looks great... now i want to pick up another project cocker...



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hm. do share...

btw: i added your idea.



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^^*me gets idea*
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i might just do vertical air on the real gun. im not sure what a reg will save me anyway. maybe i can rig a regulated vert air combo some how...

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sweet... monk's idea came out pretty well...  i couldn't see where it was "warped" at...

also, on my idea, do the one with the verticle air..  imo it would look the best, and it would be easier on you...

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alright. i just posted monks idea, and im working on styros.
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the wwa feed looks pretty good on there, actually...

edit: and not to overload you, detrevni, but i think it would be neet if you could put a T-stock on there somehow... but i don't know how you are going to fit one...  if you get bored, it might give you something to do...



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well, lets find out.



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Regular stick feed, reversed. Half blocked with the vertical tank.

That would be pure speedball pump sexiness.
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hmm. workin on it now.

edit: there. i consolidated them into the first post. i did the WWA feed plus a vert air. i like the looks of vert air, but by skipping the reg, i dont know how much consistancy im gonna lose...



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maybe a one peice feed on it...  if you could get it to fit...  sometimes the stick feeds fall off... and it sucks mid-game....  i really don't like how these look though...  but they might match the prostock better than the phantom...

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meh. i think i like it the other way better, now that i look at it.

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