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10 November 2009 - 07:24 PMWith all the uproar about the TPX coming out and the vastly different opinions and experiences with it, has everyone forgotten about the Ariakon Overlord RX? I mean I know it doesn't have the cool realistic style mag that drops out of the handle or anything, but a lot of people I've talked to have had wonderful experiences with an Ariakon pistol. Me included. I once ran 2 Ariakon Overlords (pre-RX) and had a BLAST running them! I only ever had them chop once and have story after story of accurate shots, decent mileage, sideways looks, and big smiles with them. My issues with them were the plastic finger guard that had the metal trigger arm break through on both pistols, and the mags were machined aluminum (I think) and were like $30 each for extras, and a 12g would get stuck occasionally. I sold them reluctantly but have had fun without them for a while.
Then they fixed the issues with them and I've been considering going back to my duel pistol days. Then I heard about the TPX and was very excited! Now I'm terribly disappointed and thinking of getting an Overlord RX again. you can get one for $150 straight from Ariakon. 3 extra mags (compostie plastic now I believe) are $50 so thats a bit cheaper. And the trigger is a one-piece assembly. VERY tempting for me who was about to grab a TPX.
Basically I'm asking, anyone else have love for the Overlord? Experiences? Opinions? Let's talk pistol...
30 January 2009 - 08:42 PMI have a Crossfire 48 cubic inch 3,000 psi steel air tank with good hydro date (02/06) that I would like to trade for someone's 3.5 oz. CO2 tank AND 12 gram changer.
The tank is in perfect working order with no damage.
I will post pics if requested.
12 May 2008 - 08:14 PMMy CO2 tank was freezing up inside my tank pouch. I'm not the type to try to lay ropes or anything, but I was doing more than plinking. So I decided to cut these "Breathing Holes" in my tank pouch to allow the CO2 tank to absorb more heat and still be secure inside the pouch. Here's what I ended up with.
Side view of pouch
What it looks like with the vest on.
I haven't tested it yet, but I do expect a significant difference.
BTW, this is a SO Scout vest.
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