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- Ofcoarse woodsball-paintball... Other than that,Ive been a bullrider for 6 years worth of rodeo'n,and train horses to this day...<br />I love aviation,I have my PP licience since I was 17,and im into R/C models of all types,mostly helis... Im a builder,or other wise a Mod'er... Cant stand to leave anything alone,without tearing it apart and reasembling it a few time over... My Mom tells me that Im a Jack of all Trades,but a Master of None! Maybe one day,I solve that issue!<br /><br />I am currently starting a paintball buisness, custom modding milsim markers to a high degree.<br />If your intrested in see'n my Team, and markers go to our "Suicide Kings" myspace.<br />Check us out at http://www.myspace.com/suicidekingspb <br />We also have our own forum, and welcome anyone who stops in,or joins up...
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19 January 2010 - 04:35 AMWell, its about time I did some things I have been talking about for a while now and just so happens I have the materials needed to get some serious things done.
Take a look at these things and consider the possibilities of what I will have when they are completed.
Also I have redesigned the holsters for the T8.1 and TPX design a bit and have some real nice things coming out very very soon.
The holster for the T8.1 should also accommodate the t9 without clearance issues.
Anyhow, the idea behind the AT4 will be a completely enclosed internal setup that will actuate with a micro switch connected to an electric valve that will be operated in the same fashion as the real deal.
It will house a 9 ounce Co2 tank toward the rear, so the looks and function will be as realistic as possible.
The smaller LAW will most likely not be fully enclosed, but it may be with enough tinkering. It will also run electric and will use a 12gram that should supply at least two shots propelled @ 220ft. each. Being a quick change ordeal, it will be light and will get the job done with great efficiency.
Also with both I am playing with the idea of rifling the barrels so it will also put a spiral on the exiting nerf vortex, thus getting better accuracy at farther ranges and creating a consistency drag for pressure build and exit stability.
08 September 2009 - 07:05 PMJust thought I would post up my latest SIR for Delta Red Fox.
I had done one very similar to this for him once before, but he regrettably let it go.
Obviously you can see he wanted it back. lol
This mod was also duracoated in Tactical Black.
20 August 2009 - 12:20 PMWell guys, I am done with the paintball thing for a while, so I thought I would post up how tos on the P90 mod people took such a liking to.
This is not a complete how to, but I figure this will get most of you well on your way to making it happen.
I know there are a lot of P90 mods out there, but mine is done different than most everyone else, and IMO the easiest way that makes the most since.
So here ya go.
Note that there are two things that are different about the mod that I later changed different from the pictures I took of this one.
These are the only internal pics I ever took of any of my P90 mods, and I don't own one personally to show you the differences as I sold them all, with no plans to build any more any time soon.
The differences I made are for one, don't use the stock reg. You can see how I had to shave the sides down, and if you look at the top close, you'll see how I had to shave the shell on the top really thin to accommodate the banjo fitting.
Take my advice and break down and get a CP LP shorty reg. Its a better reg anyhow.
The tap for the banjo fitting on the top of the thread saver is 10/32. Just as it is on the firing can.
Use a clear bottle o-ring to drop into the thread saver, then screw the reg into the cap holding it upside down to seal the reg from leaks.
You'll need to fill the original forward firing can banjo hole with a cut down frame screw and a little plumbers tape. This will plug the original hole. Then you will need to drill and tap a new one 45 deg from the center on the right side of the can to allow the can to be placed in the shell at 45 deg for the feed neck to be able to lean to the right side. You'll want to buy a tall clamping feed neck to replace the stock one, and buy a 45 elbow for the hopper to ride in you can find anywhere. One like the SP8 uses for example.
Also note that the battery position was changed to the rear of marker, behind the reg so that you can access it to change it out when necessary via the drop down door on the back of the P90.
Glue a little foam against the door, or make a sleeve for the battery to rest in to prevent rattling around in there.
There is a lot more to this mod, but that is where your questions will come into play.
I don't have time right now to write up the entire mod.
Here are two vids I had previously private on my google account.
This is the first time I have posted them publicly.
When your done, you should have something that looks like these>