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06 August 2013 - 05:36 AMThe PB review field listings are WAY, way out of date... More then half are DOA
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18 January 2008 - 07:51 AMThere is another new marker on the market.
Mokal's Arua you'll see a few in SPPL this year. www.mokal.com/airguns/index.html
it's a stack bow back but a higher end one. these high end sear trippers are very capable of out running an Ion.
Suggestion >> no banned hoppers on any electric marker or any "assisted" marker. assisted would include RT.
( feel free to beat me,, lol)
As a league experiment the CSPPL will not be allowing any hopper rated at 16 bps or more on any marker. We will see how that goes.
16 January 2008 - 02:29 PMI had to look into the fasta thing closer. Wolfe is a good guy and I hate to be on a different side of the fence then he is him....
Enis Ruston ( sorry about the spelling) owner of Rickochet and designer of the fasta said " yes it's force fed" , "it has never reached over 15 pbs in any testing"
many so called "aggitated" hoppers have the paddles forceing the balls down the hole. if the paddles continously go around one way it puts pressure on the ball.
He recomended a thrird party drop test. fill one with 200 balls and run them out with a fresh battery. it can only get slower
16 January 2008 - 10:30 AMThe fasta paddles line up the balls the same way any other 15 pbs hopper does. the differance in the fasta is that the hole is oblong.
Every hopper we have discussed pushes down on the ball once it starts on the downward path. every one. all three have a tray that the balls lay in.
We'll have to agree to disagree.
Note: Remeber folks you don't know who we are and what our qualifications for making these comments are.
SPPL will decide.
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