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14 December 2009 - 08:40 PMThat's one puurty marker if I may say so
Got me a Salvo on the way for my christmas gift and i am for sure getting all OD accesories...just gotta kno first if a magpul pmag (airsoft or ballistic) will fit in the mag well.
Well I know that real mags fit with no issues and since most serious airsoft companies make exact replicas (minus internals) I dont see why not.
Thanks for the compliment. What do you plan on doing? Other way round? OD clip, grips, scope, butt, and rails?
13 December 2009 - 10:23 AMall ya should do on plastic is sand it to get a surface the paint can grab on to.
make sure to clean it well to get rid of any oils and stuff that will get in the way. since it is plastic, typically just using a good detergent will be fine. most chemicals will warp or melt the plastic.
Yeah I started thinking that even if I did bake is slow it would probably warp rather then melt. I decided just to paint the receiver OD anyway.
12 December 2009 - 10:05 PMOne mistake a lot of people make is they don't wait long enough between paint coats, have some patience. I wait at least a day between coats. I have used the Krylon Camo paints several times without a problem. Also, it's better to do 6 light coats than 1 thick coat. I bake whatever I'm painting in between colors for an hour at 150 degrees. Just put it in the oven on an old towel and sheet pan. That way the pan won't burn the paint. Once I clear coat it I bake it again. If you are impatient, baking will speed up times between coats, but don't go any higher than 150 degrees as that can damage your marker
A little bit of a resurrection on this but has anyone ever attempted to bake the plastic foregrip on say a salvo? I'm just curious because I'm gonna be painting my Salvo OD green soon and was tossing around doing the foregrip too. I want to screw with baking this time around because I went to fast with coats on my old 98c and lost alot of paint...
13 August 2009 - 10:32 AMIf you already have the Low Pressure kit for the Tippy, just use a brass tee on the volumizer. Buy a brass tee and a short brass nipple(enough to extend below the shells). That will add a port in between your power tube and volumizer to hook up the feed for your launcher.
Now, are you sure that the launcher can use low pressure air? If not, you'll have to add the tee before the air passes through your regulator. That is, unless I understood your question wrong. If you just have an expansion chamber, just add the tee anywhere you have an NPT connection and you'll be fine.
Who said anything about a launcher?
I'm trying to fit a LPK into a salvo body with no external modifications. It can be done but its a matter of sourcing a volumizer with the proper dimensions and setup.
11 August 2008 - 06:33 PMThey're back in business now, actually.
To anyone who placed an order right before they went out the first time, they actually said on their website to make a claim with your credit card provider. Basically they gave you instructions for how to get your money back rather than leaving you in the cold. I'd say call them.
I cant find a number for the life of me. I checked my email like crazy after reporting my claim to them and heard nothing. Now I cant make a new claim it keeps giving me an error when I go to send it.
Thanks for the welcome, I posted this right b4 I left for work and it seemed like the most fitting section when i skimmed through.
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