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    Posted: 29 June 2011 at 4:23pm
Started with a bunch of Tippmann parts that I found at work. Ended up being able to make a complete gun for free. It is the gun on top.

Ok so I got bored took my 98 custom part cleaned it and repainted it, and decided to make my own pistol, because as everyone knows pistols cost to damn much. I shaved down the sights, removed the trigger guard, and cut off the front grip.

Removed the asa and the air line. I looked around on the internet for a more sleak looking air system and this is what I came up with the help of eat paint553. Put a npt fitting into the powertube to a A5 asa and used a RAP4 12g adapter.

The next thing I had to figure out was a low profile ball feed, and once again with the assistance of eat paint553 I made it possible. Homemade bracket with a spring feed from a RAP4 T68 pistol.






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And the final product.
 
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Thats pretty awesome man. Nice work also diggin the paint job
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I would pay someone $100 to do that to my 98!!!! That is sweet!!!!! 
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^^^ And that's the problem with custom work these days. Most people don't have an understanding of what it takes to do something, both time-wise and money-wise. $100 would not be enough to cover that amount of work. Not diggin' at you, just saying. I'm a machinist and interested in paintball airsmithing, but I honestly think it's a "trade" that's going belly-up...

Anyway, very nice work, man! I was very interested in seeing a 98 pistol, and you pulled yours off very well, given the length of the gun!
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It could be done for 100+parts.
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Cost $5 to make it a pump and can be switched back to semi in 5 mins to be used as a  pistol.Tube feed is removable to place a hopper on and the body still splits just as easy.

Made out of boredom


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That is pretty original.  I like it.  Smile
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cousinskid  can you do a write up?

thats sick!

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