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Posted 19 December 2009 - 08:35 AM

I'm updating some PB docs into PDF's and thought I'll paste some info here.

ICD Products

Freestyle series:


FreeStyle Series
The FreeStyle Series was produced from the end of 2003-2006.

This Section covers the following markers:

FS-8
FS-7
FSP
FS 2005
FS 2004



FS-8 Model


This marker is jam-packed with amazing new features including the innovative slider design that enhances efficiency and performance. The feature that sets the FS-8 apart from previous markers is the sleek 3D contoured milling.

Combined with the low weight and extremely low profile, this marker outperforms all other tournament level markers in size comparisons.

Quick overview of new features

Unlimited Rate of Fire capable
Limited version of Predator Code by TAG SPORTZ
Mulitple mode selection, including Semi-Auto, Full Auto, Fast Ramping, PSP 2, and NXL
Adjustable ROF, Debounce, and Dwell
Low-rise clamping feed neck
Thru-beam Paintball Detection System (PDS)
PRO Trigger with 4 modes of adjustment and spring return
Extremely lightweight (1.8 lbs.)
Extremely low profile (7.37 in. including feed neck, 5.8 in. without)
Low Pressure operation at 220 p.s.i.
Dual adjustable pressure regulation
Clamshell Grip
Easy Battery Replacement
Ergonomically designed profile
3D Contour milling
On/Off ASA included
Rated at approximately 1400 shots per 68/45
FS-8 Specification
Barrel threads Timmy/Autococker threads
Feed Neck Threads ICD/B2K/BKO/ProMaster/FreeStyle threads
Modes 5 including PSP and NXL
ROF Unlimited and Adjustable
PDS Thru-Beam
Feed Neck Style Low-profile Clamp
Trigger Frame easy access Clamshell
Grip Panels Rubber w/ finger grooves
Trigger Style PRO trigger
Regulation Dual adjustable regulation
Operating pressure 220 p.s.i.
Field Strip must be degassed, 1 threaded screw
Operation Electropneumatic Blow Forward
Power source 9 volt battery in grip
Solenoid Style Manifold-mount
Programming indicator LED
Trigger adjustment Spring, pivot, pull length and actuation
Accessories included On/Off valve and macroline kit
Efficiency average 1400 shots per 45/68



FS-7 Model


The FS-7™ combines the best features of the FreeStyle™ Pro with the manifold-mount system of the FreeStyle™ Stock that reduces internal hoses and increases speed and reliability to maximize your ability to perform on the field.

FS-7™ Features include:

Unlimited Rate of Fire
Clamping Feed Neck
Thru-beam Paintball Detection System™
Pro Trigger with 4 modes of Adjustment
Quick Field Strip Bolt When Degassed
Extremely Lightweight
Low-Pressure Operation makes it easy on paint
Quick Battery Replacement
Ergonomically Designed Profile
Dual Regulation
Multi-Mode Programming
Adjustable Balls per Second
Extremely Low Profile (6 inches tall and 8 inches long)
Barrel and Rail With On/off ASA Included
On/Off Recessed Illuminated Toggle Switch
FS-7 Specification
Barrel threads Timmy/Autococker threads
Feed Neck Threads ICD/B2K/BKO/ProMaster/FreeStyle threads
Modes 5 including PSP and NXL
ROF Unlimited and Adjustable
PDS Thru-Beam
Feed Neck Style Collet style Clamp
Trigger Frame easy access Clamshell
Grip Panels Rubber w/ finger grooves
Trigger Style Stock trigger
Regulation Dual adjustable regulation
Operating pressure 300 p.s.i.
Field Strip must be degassed, pull-pin
Operation Electropneumatic Blow Forward
Power source 9 volt battery in grip
Solenoid Style Manifold-mount
Programming indicator LED
Trigger adjustment Spring, pivot, pull length and actuation
Accessories included On/Off valve and macroline kit
Efficiency average 1100 shots per 45/68



FSP Model

This marker accentuates all of the greatest features of the stock FreeStyle with some innovative new upgrades to ensure maximum competitiveness.
The Pro is an incredibly light 2.2 lbs. and is even smaller than the FreeStyle Stock.

Other features include:

Unlimited ROF
New modular cylinder design with no-tools field-stripping
QEV (Quick Exhaust Valve) for higher ROF
Extremely accurate
New board design and easily upgrades to NOX or CHAOS boards
Cocker Threads
Clamping Feed Neck
Built-in Snatch Grip
Recessed Illuminated Toggle on/off switch
Paintball Detection System (PDS)
Clamshell Grip Frame
Dual Regulated
4-way adjustable trigger
Multiple trigger designs available
Barrel, Rail and On/Off ASA included
Matte finish with fade anodizing
FSP Specification
Barrel threads Timmy/Autococker threads
Feed Neck Threads ICD/B2K/BKO/ProMaster/FreeStyle threads
Modes FSP:Semi Only

AB FSP: Uses Predator Lite (5 Modes, including PSP & NXL)

ROF FSP: Unlimited

AB FSP: Unlimited and Adjustable

PDS Thru-Beam
Feed Neck Style Collet Style Clamp
Trigger Frame easy access Clamshell
Grip Panels Rubber w/ finger grooves
Trigger Style PRO trigger
Regulation Dual adjustable regulation
Operating pressure 370 p.s.i.
Field Strip must be degassed, snatch grip link pin
Operation Electropneumatic Blow Forward
Power source 9 volt battery in grip
Solenoid Style Inline Solenoid
Programming indicator LED
Trigger adjustment Spring, pivot, pull length and actuation
Accessories included On/Off valve and macroline kit
Efficiency average 1000 shots per 45/68


2005 FS

The 2005 FreeStyle has the same light profile of the 2004, but is available with new milling and many great upgrades.

Among its many features, the FreeStyle includes:

High Efficiency System
Unlimited ROF
Cocker Threads
Clamping Feed Neck
Recessed Illuminated Toggle On/off switch
Paintball Detection System (PDS)
Clamshell Grip Frame
Dual Regulated
4-way adjustable trigger
Multiple trigger designs available
Barrel, Rail and On/Off ASA
Matte finish with fade anodizing


2004 FS

The FreeStyle is a new evolutionary concept marker. It is a single bore, blow forward design that has many incredible features. The FreeStyle is extremely lightweight at 1.8 lbs. The marker is very small and measures less than eight inches tall from feed tube to grip (6.5 inches from the top of the body to the grip). The body is 7 3/8 inches long. It is an amazingly fast, quick whipping electro-pneumatic gun. The FreeStyle is not a toy, it is a serious shooter for the serious shooter.

Among its many features, the FreeStyle includes:

Paintball Detection System
Illuminated Toggle On/Off Switch for Operation
Ergonomically Profiled Grip
Amazingly Fast CPS
"Cocker" Barrel Thread Pattern
Fade Anodizing in Four Patterns
Four-way Adjustable Trigger
Low Pressure Operation
Dual Regulation
Low Profile Gauge
Clamping Feed Neck with 3D Milling
Easy to Install 9-Volt Battery
Rail and On/Off Included
Easy Disassembly
Wrap-Around Grip Panel
12" Ported Barrel

Promaster:


ProMaster
The Promaster was produced from 2005-2006.

The PROMASTER™ is a high quality marker specially designed to meet the needs of the professional style tournament player.

The PROMASTER™ is an electronic solenoid actuated computer controlled marker. The major components of the PROMASTER™ are machined from solid, aircraft-grade aluminum, and then hard anodized. No castings are used in the construction of the PROMASTER™ , thereby providing the end user with a high-quality, precision-engineered marker.

Paintball markers get a lot of abuse. Indian Creek Design, Inc., has designed the PROMASTER™ with this in mind. All internal parts, wear and contact surfaces have been heat treated or hard anodized. The toughest and most resilient materials and components have been used in the design of this product.

The PROMASTER™ uses a single standard 9-volt battery for operation. The circuitry is a microprocessor based digital controller.

The PROMASTER™ operates on low-pressure. The main operating pressure is 250-300 PSI nominally adjusted to visually via the gauge on the primary (input) regulator. The secondary pressure is factory pre-set and regulated to 85-95 PSI. Gas usage is controlled through these 2 internal regulators. A unique feature of this marker is the regulator adjustment. This allows precise adjustment for the velocity control of the marker and for optimal gas efficiency.

The PROMASTER™ comes with a removable barrel system. This feature allows the user to select a barrel that is most suitable for the playing conditions. All barrels are honed with straight tip porting and stock length is 12".



PROMASTER™ Features:
Low Pressure operation
Threaded low-rise vertical feed tube
Quick Pull pin for easy field-stripping
On/Off Indicating LED
Adjustable Balls Per Second
4-Way Adjustable Trigger
Battery and board in grip for easy access
Wrap-around Rubber grip panels
Accepts standard 45 grip panels
12" ported barrel with Timmy threads
Paintball Detection System
Easy Cleaning ball detent
Delrin Bolt
Accepts standard duckbills and drop forwards
Extremely low profile
The ProMaster is available in gloss black, silver, blue, and red.


ProMaster Specification
Barrel threads Timmy/Autococker threads
Feed Neck Threads ICD/B2K/BKO/ProMaster/FreeStyle threads
Modes 4 Modes
ROF Unlimited and Capped at 15 BPS
PDS Thru-Beam
Feed Neck Style Vertical Feed
Trigger Frame easy access Clamshell
Grip Panels Rubber w/ finger grooves
Trigger Style Stock trigger
Regulation Dual adjustable regulation
Operating pressure 250 p.s.i.
Field Strip Field Strip pull pin
Operation Electropneumatic Open bolt
Power source 9 volt battery in grip
Solenoid Style Inline
Programming indicator LED
Trigger adjustment Spring, pivot, pull length and actuation
Accessories included N/A
Efficiency average 1400 shots per 45/68


B2K series:


B2K Series
The B2K was produced from 1999-2004.



B2K Features
12-36 CPS depending on model year and board programming
"Timmy" Threaded barrel from 2003-2004
"ICD" Threaded barrel from 1999-2002
Low pressure operation
Accepts standard duckbill bottom-lines and drop forwards
Low maintenance ball detent system 2003-2004
"Cocker" ball detent from 1999-2002
ASA threaded adaptor from 2002-2004
Gauge included on inline HP Regulator
LED Indicator
Four-way adjustable Trigger 2003-2004
Pivot Point
Actuation Point
Length of Pull
Spring Tension
Two-way adjustable Trigger 1999-2002
Various features including PDS and LCD, depending on model
9 Volt battery operated
Quick-Strip Bolt
Delrin Bolt
ICD threaded feed neck




BKO Series

The BKO was produced from 2002-2004.



BKO Features
10-17 CPS depending on model year and board programming
"Timmy" Threaded barrel from 2003-2004
"ICD" Threaded barrel 2002
Low pressure operation
Accepts standard duckbill bottom-lines and drop forwards
Low maintenance ball detent system 2003-2004
"Cocker" ball detent from 2002
ASA threaded adaptor from 2002-2004
Gauge included on inline HP Regulator
LED Indicator
Four-way adjustable Trigger 2003-2004
Pivot Point
Actuation Point
Length of Pull
Spring Tension
Two-way adjustable Trigger 2002
PDS Available as an aftermarket upgrade
9 Volt battery operated
Quick-Strip Bolt
Delrin Bolt
ICD threaded feed neck




Previous Markers:

Desert Fox

Thunder Cat

Alley Cat

BobCat

Puma

Panther

Advantage SI

ProMaster SI

BushMaster SI

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Posted 19 December 2009 - 08:38 AM

Bushwacker Series - B2K/B2K2 - General Info
The Legend Lives Again!
Introducing the BushMaster series (B2K & B2K2) from Indian Creek Design, Inc.

The BushMaster series is controlled by a small computer, housed in the frame of the 45 grip. The computer interface allows us to do anything we want, therefore allowing you the player to get the performance you need to be MORE than competitive.

"What can it do?"

The BushMaster series comes standard with the most capabilities at the flick of a switch. (inside the grip) Go from semi-auto (single shot), 3 shot or 6 shot burst. It even does FULL-AUTO!. There are four separate modes to choose from. Semi Auto, 3 shot, 6 shot burst or full-auto modes stops when the trigger is released, allowing single shot firing in any mode. The on board R.O.F. is programmable through dip-switch configurations laid out in the manual. No variable pots to keep you guessing. Rate selection will give you 4 - 13 cycles per second. All of this in a very affordable package will keep you at the top of the technological totem pole.

All of this powered by a single 9 volt battery and your compressed air system, what else could you ask for?

"Where can I get it?"

Not K-Mart or Walmart...
Contact your local store and tell them what you want. For further information contact Indian Creek Design, Inc.

Indian Creek Design Inc. Offers a full range of progressive technologies like no other manufacturer today. With the addition of electronic BushMaster series, we have combined computer technology with legendary performance

BushMaster Series - Switches

Settings- Modes - Rate of Fire



B2K & B2K2

Rate of fire is dependant on the mode and switch settings of the DIP switches on the printed circuit board.
Modes are:

semi-auto (one single shot per trigger pull)
2 shot (2 shots if the trigger is pulled and not released, with single shot capabilities)
3 shot burst (3 shots if the trigger is pulled and not released, with single shot capabilities)
6 shot burst (6 shots if the trigger is pulled and not released, with single shot or any amount between capabilities).
Auto Response mode fires once the trigger is pulled and once when it is released.
Turbo mode (emulated trigger reaction). To engage this mode you must maintain a sequence of cycles within a pre-determined timing rate, and as long as the repetition is maintained, the mode with remain engaged.
Zip mode (aramping cycle) starts a 8 BPS and increases to 12 BPS within a 6 shot burst if the trigger is pulled and not released, with single shot or any amount between capabilities.
Full auto (as long as the the trigger is pulled it will cycle)
Mode selection is accomplished using switches 1 thru 3. The following configurations will give you the desired modes:

#1 #2 #3 Mode
off off off Semi Mode
on off off 2 Shot Burst
off on off 3 Shot Burst
on on off 6 Shot Burst
off off on Auto-Response
on off on Turbo Mode
off on on Zip (ramp)
on on on Full Auto

Rate of Fire and Timing is as follows:

#4 #5 Registers solenoid on times in milliseconds
off off = 06 ms (.006 seconds)
on off = 08 ms (.008 seconds)
off on = 10 ms (.010 seconds)
on on = 12 ms (.012 seconds)

Dip switch #6, #7 and #8 [registers solenoid off (delay before re-cycle) times in milliseconds]

#6 #7 #8 Registers solenoid off
off off off = 70 ms (.070 seconds)
on off off = 80 ms (.080 seconds)
off on off = 90 ms (.090 seconds)
on on off = 100 ms (.100 seconds)
off off on = 110 ms (.110) seconds
on off on = 120 ms (.120 seconds)
off on on = 130 ms (.130 seconds)
on on on = 140 ms (.140 seconds)

Calculating the cycles per second is easy and precise. For instance, if S4 is off & S5 is on, S6 & S7 are off and S8 is on - the rate is calculated as .010 + .110 = .120. The total cycle times for .120 = 8.33 cycles per second (1 divided by .120). This is the calculation for Balls Per Second.

Registers Solenoid ON Registers Solenoid OFF
S4 S5 S6 S7 S8 Switches
off on off off on .010 + .110 = .120

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Example Semi-Auto Mode
Step (1) Rate of Fire + re-cycle
Total Cycles .010 + .110 = .120

Step (2) 1 sec / Total Cycles
CPS 1 / .120 = 8.33 CPS

Answer 8.33 Cycles Per Second


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Example 3, 6 shot & Full Auto
Step (1) re-cycle x 1.5
Cycles (ms) .070 x 1.5 = .105

Step (2) Cycles + Rate of Fire
Total Cycles .105 + .006 = .111

Step (3) 1 sec / Total Cycles
CPS 1 / .111 = 9.00

Answer 9.00 Cycles Per Second



BushMaster Series - Operation

Read the entire owners manual before you prepare your BushMaster series for firing. Safety and safe gun handling are the most important aspects of paintball sports. Please practice each of the following steps with an unloaded gun before attempting to charge your gun with compressed air and paint pellets. Do not load compressed air and paint pellets into your BushMaster series until you feel completely confident with your ability to handle your BushMaster series safely.



Keep your finger out of the trigger guard and away from the trigger; point the muzzle of the gun in a safe direction at all times. Keep the gun turned off until ready to operate. The BushMaster series does not have a mechanical safety, only an on-off switch! Always keep your BushMaster series pointed in a safe direction. Always use a barrel plug.
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Posted 19 December 2009 - 11:16 AM

Might as well group the Alley and Thunder cat together. The only difference between the two was the name. Alley Cats were exclusively sold by NPS, while Thunder Cats were everywhere else.
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Posted 20 December 2009 - 10:25 AM

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Posted 20 December 2009 - 11:44 AM

Promaster has timmy threads? I swear it was autococker :blink:

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Posted 18 January 2010 - 10:01 AM

Tenacious221, on Dec 20 2009, 01:44 PM, said:

Promaster has timmy threads? I swear it was autococker :huh:

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Wouldn't be surprised if 'cocker is trademarked- I've seen more people referring to them as 'Timmy' threads officially now, or having little ® signs after Autococker.
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Posted 18 January 2010 - 10:19 AM

I can see that. In 2002 the highend tourney markers were: Shocker, Timmy and Angel. All different threading. Plus ICD made Bob Long's first marker the defiant so they might be bias.


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