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    Posted: 21 September 2012 at 5:38am
any upgrades in the pipeline for this
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While I don't speak for Tippmann, I would guess that any upgrades they offer for it would be small ones. Remember, this is in line with things like the DM series and Minis. Most of those producers don't offer upgrades, but rather, rely on third party companies to provide upgrades. Even then, most upgrades on a marker like the Crossover are things like boards or regulators. It doesn't really need anything, and that's the beauty of it. It already comes pre-loaded with the different firing modes you'd want. It doesn't get any lighter than it already is, and it's a beast right out of the box. Other than a barrel and loader of your choice, what else would you need?
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Me, I want CP to come out with some colored triggers, someone to come out with a 4 eye kit, and a drop forward with a built in plug for when you put a reg on.

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Originally posted by Mispeld Mispeld wrote:

and a drop forward with a built in plug for when you put a reg on.


Shhhh.... You're showing your age!!!!

"stubby" or "fatty" tanks have taken the place of the drop forward these days.

Mind you, I still can't shoot an Autococker without one.
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I would rather have a drop and a bigger tank than a stubby tank. And if these dang kids don't like it they can get off my lawn
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With the integrated gas line, any sort of DF would have to be some sort of screw in system I'd think. Still, retro man.....retro. 


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