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Facemelter II
-WAS Board
-Fang Trigger
-Centerfeed
-LPK
-Torpedo Reg.
-J&J S2 Ceramic
-Not sure what the drop and ASA are
-old gross Dye Stickies
-Dye Gauge

-Milling all over the place
-Custom Paintjob

More pics before I got the drop and gauge changed



SPEEDBALL.. sorry


Edited by bassist11 - 29 November 2007 at 5:56pm
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Speedball:

sweet and simple..

  • Palmers QEV
  • Promark 2x Trigger
  • WGP Ergo Reg
  • Adj. Magnetic Return Trigger
  • Sunflower Yellow
  • CP 1pc 14" .689









Edited by ctchofday - 18 December 2007 at 5:17pm
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^^ how many times have you used that same pic?^^

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Woodsball

Specs:
  • J&J 14" Ceramic Barrel
  • E-grip
  • G36 Folding Stock
  • G36 Carry Handle
  • MP5 Foregrip
  • TechT Vortex mod
  • TechT Lightning Rod
  • TechT QEPH
  • Shock Tech Superfly Front Bolt
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Originally posted by scrumsguy scrumsguy wrote:

^^ how many times have you used that same pic?^^

Lol indeed, oh well still looks cool (even if i seen it more then 10x lol)

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Woodsball









Everyone need a flash light on a pump.  

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Oh, God. Ken, you're disqualified, on the grounds that you are, well, Ken.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Heh. I play. Beautiful SL.

Edit: Just noticed that was a Flatline. Wow, VERY clever!



Edited by DeTrevni - 29 November 2007 at 6:32pm
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Originally posted by KPCS KPCS wrote:

Woodsball

 
 


Ken W
So pointless to have a flatline on a pump. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Why am I attracted to it?   Sick skills.



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havent seen somethin like the pump flatline combo either.  does it work well or did you just want something no one else had?
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Sweet pistol.
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Styro, I don't think a flatline is pointless on a pump. Extra distance is extra distance. It counts ever more when you're not able to throw down a wall of paint at the opposition.

I know a couple of guys up in NY who play O/C pump and they converted WGP Flatline A/Cs to Flatline Sniper-II's for that very reason.
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Havnt been here in a while, been busy with the "unfun" aspects of life lately but i'm still at it...

Anyway heres a little woodsball fun i did a few months back...









No plastic, all solid aluminum....




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The grip is plastic. Some of the internals are plastic. The Q-Loader is plastic.
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I obviously mean the mods are aluminum, try to keep up there snake.
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Um, your sarcasm meter needs fixed.
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Great.... I thought that I might have a slight chance until^ I am now going to take my A5 and throw it in a wood chipper.

To bad they were not selling CNC machines beside the Dremels at Lowes or I may have picked one up!

Sick as usale! All hail the king!


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wow nice work airhog, err clone. we can allways count on you for your custom millwork, good work, keep it up.
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Originally posted by VBHARDCORE VBHARDCORE wrote:



To bad they were not selling CNC machines beside the Dremels at Lowes or I may have picked one up!



LOL, yeah no mills at lowes, but you'll be amazed at what you can find at your local harbor freight when your in a jam

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Harbor Freight is the shizzle. I love that place. All the tools I could ever want at low prices. Bomb.
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Harbor freight  does have the best deals going on power tools although I would not want to show up on a job site with all Chicago tools... I would be embarrassed. Clone are you a machinist or own a machine shop? I would like to see what you could do with a 98 c in the build off too!


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