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Closed bolt. Rock n cock, or rock n roll.
26 years old
May 18, 1988
Male Male
NY or GA Tech
Wrestling, martial arts, mechanical design, and working The Snake

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  1. Mmmm custom gun!

    18 July 2010 - 09:33 PM

    No, not for specops to make... just saying it's a hard good that's been designed.

    Senior design, I actually had opportunity to make a paintball gun, and so far the valve works rather nicely. I could even disguise it as a Mag or Phantom without much work.

    It's pretty hot- 3 crucial seals in the valve, and almost no inertial mass in the valve, so it's very, very smooth and reliable.
  2. Email from the forum

    07 July 2010 - 03:22 PM



    Soon we shall be doing a scheduled forum upgrade. We expect sometime in the next 7 days the forum will be going off line for a few days to perform a major overall. When it will be and how long it will take is not known. Please bare with us.

    Thank you for your patience!

    -The Forum Staff

    They want me naked. With them. And none of them are female.

    No thanks.
  3. So who plays stock class speedball?

    19 January 2010 - 07:01 PM

    Let's get some interesting discussion going. Fun stories about some SC speedball, or limited paint OC speedball, etc. Too many people get stuck in that 'speedball means electros' mentality.
  4. Let the jealous rage begin...

    10 November 2009 - 10:14 PM

    So Lookie what I recently snagged on the 'bay: Navarone colors Bushmaster (still waiting to hear from the folks at ICD if it was one of the 32 Navarone Edition, or just a lookalike), Line SI Quickstock, and some goodies.

    All for less than a Phantom.
  5. Midblocked FREEFLOW Rhythm Autococker

    11 October 2009 - 05:52 PM

    It's not a wall hanger, but it's definitely a shooter. Freeflow Rhythm body in grey to black fade, drilled for eyes, midblocked by JCurt, DYE Slider frame with roller plate, PPS MicroRock, Belsales .38/ SMC/ Freeflow ram w/ QEVs, CCM 3/4-way (has yet to see the field), tungsten hammer slug (adds weight to counteract slotting weight loss) in a very nice hammer with plenty of lockdown screws in it, freshly dressed hammer lug. Crossfire RDB inline regulator- I have a BL 360, CP shorty, and Sidewinder available as well.

    I was having timing problems, but these were stemming from a worn-out hammer lug. I dressed it with a file, and it's working fine now.

    For sale as shown at less than my cost to assemble it, and I got a decent deal. Asking $180 plus actual shipping costs- the midblock milling alone is $100.

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    For an added cost I can swap out or add any of the regulators listed above. There just happens to be a certain pump I pretty much need to buy, but I know I can't justify buying it without selling some other stuff.

    Please PM me- I will not be checking this thread with any frequency. Price is firm, paypal preferred but money order accepted too.


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    18 May 2010 - 17:24
    Happy BDay Nate. :)
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    15 Oct 2007 - 23:10
    bought ccm ram and sto 3 way from him items just as he descibed very happy with items would buy from him again
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