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    Posted: 21 April 2009 at 3:05pm
hi tippmann guys, i have an idea for you. If you could create en paintball machine gun like a mg36 or a pkm. There is a lot of assaut markers but there is no heavy support gun. this could be awesome. or if you can make upgrade parts for the x7 to change it into a mg36 with the round clip and the bipod.
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Two things. Firstly, the Tippmann employees don't actually read this site. Second, almost any elctronic marker can be a "support" marker. The "heavy" part is pretty much useless. Just makes it hard to carry.

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^^^ what trenvni said, and, go to opsgear.com to get costumizing parts for all tippmann markers.
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DeTrevini nailed it.  I will add that any cosmetic parts added for looks is weight that takes away from the paint/air one can carry.  I play woods exclusively, but my preference for support fire is to have it provided by a speedballer with a "speedball marker" and a buttload of paint.
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If you really wanted to, Engler makes a few Browning markers, an M60 and an MG-42 all out of Tippmann markers.  You'll have to shell out a grand or two though.
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cushman custom creations makes world war 2 body kits out of .090 high impact plastic, and they have mg42's, m14's, STG's and a bunch of others. they do have a couple futuristic markers and some go between $100 and about $350. being plastic it is adding almost no weight to the marker, and it is supposed to be very sturdy adn strong. im on the fence with this though because they show this in videos and i dont have one myself to be sure.
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