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  1. In Topic: Q-loader mounting options for SP-8

    04 August 2011 - 06:28 AM

    View Postbushman7888, on 12 March 2010 - 10:01 PM, said:

    i want to mount it on the underside of the grip like where a m-203 launcher would be. i need suggestions on how to do so.


    If you have the long foregrip and barrel it fits perfect - if you're using the short, it sticks out looking odd.

    I split my foregrip open, mounted a couple of blind nuts in it, then glued it back together, then used the L-bracket.

    Assembly pics and description for the mount set-up start about halfway down the page here: http://www.warpig.co...de/index2.shtml
  2. In Topic: Will CO2 ruin an Ion XE?

    09 March 2009 - 12:46 PM

    View PostNO MAN, on Feb 5 2009, 09:42 PM, said:

    Because I am recieving mixed signals from everyone on here. And what will running an Ion XE on CO2 without an anti-siphon or a remote do to the Ion XE? :P


    Read the manual. It explains that they can run on CO2, and how to get best performance.
  3. In Topic: New pistol...

    09 February 2009 - 10:32 AM

    Chaser has a polymer slide and grip frame, and lower price, Eraser has is all metal.
  4. In Topic: New pistol...

    08 February 2009 - 06:15 PM

    View Postsipbgod94, on Feb 8 2009, 07:32 PM, said:

    Yes they are indeed selling them for rec use they have already been employed in military/police use.


    You may be thinking of a different product. Kingman has been promoting them to police/military, but they aren't in use yet, they aren't yet a shipping product, they are coming soon.

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    They have blazed orange muzzles and the 2 models (I forget the names) have either a green or grey body.


    That would be the Eraser and the Chaser (see link in my previous post.) That orange bit isn't actually the muzzle, it's where the valve is, and if I understood things correctly, the velocity adjuster. The muzzle is above the orange piece.
  5. In Topic: New pistol...

    08 February 2009 - 05:01 PM

    Kingman is definitely marketing it for recreational paintball use, selling it to dealers, not just police and military. The way things are headed in the market right now, I don't think being able to use them on insured fields is going to be too big of a problem.

    Last month at the SHOT Show they were dealing with primarily military/police training sales, and the guns they had still had rough finishes so they didn't allow photos. At the Paintball Extravaganza this weekend, they were marketing directly to paintball store and field owners, and were OK with pics.

    There are some pics of the actual marker and info here:
    http://warpig.com/paintball/technical/trad...ry/index5.shtml

    There's also a video interview about it in the Paintball Extravaganza episode of PigTV at http://www.PigTV.net

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