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  1. In Topic: TPX?

    21 November 2009 - 07:35 PM

    View Postgoing_home, on Nov 20 2009, 08:49 PM, said:

    View PostBlood Guns, on Nov 20 2009, 05:29 PM, said:

    View PostEcellg, on Sep 7 2009, 03:15 PM, said:

    Not that many people talk about it because it is not that good. It is decent. In fact I think the only way it could get better is if the puncture mechanism, you know, actually worked.

    Suddenly paying more for a marker and mags makes sense. Proud owner of two Tac 8's



    I had a Tac 8.

    Like holding a Pepsi can, the grip was way too big and not comfortable.

    Now I have a TPX. I like it.

    I called Tippmann tech support and they are sending all the updated parts for it FREE.

    And I traded for it, didnt buy it.

    I just wonder if Tiberius Arms customer service is that good.

    Guess I'll never find out because I wasnt fond of their pistol at all.


    :dodgy:

    for those with small hands get a TPX for people like my 6 foot 6 self get the tac 8 and it feeds any paint i use my old, old paint in that thing no prob.
  2. In Topic: TPX?

    20 November 2009 - 02:29 PM

    View PostEcellg, on Sep 7 2009, 03:15 PM, said:

    Not that many people talk about it because it is not that good. It is decent. In fact I think the only way it could get better is if the puncture mechanism, you know, actually worked.

    Suddenly paying more for a marker and mags makes sense. Proud owner of two Tac 8's
  3. In Topic: Tippman C3 Mod

    06 August 2009 - 02:08 PM

    my original mod to get the offset feed neck to the center was just reversing the direction of the offset. After a couple times using the marker i decided i wanted to lower the mag receiver so i Carefully used a dremel bit to mod the barrel to feed vertically. It is not to hard givin that the barrel is composite. I want to lower it flush with the barrel but that would require the removal of all the bolting points on the top of the gun. It may be a bit tricking but it should look cool when done that way.
  4. In Topic: Tippman C3 Mod

    05 August 2009 - 01:58 PM

    My C3 mod was to throw a Longbow mag on it. I have since this picture was taken lowered the mag closer to the barrel. If you could find a way to mount a tube mag flush with the barrel you could have the mag a barrel switched around. make the mag look like the barrel and the barrel look like the mag. Or you could make it look like the shotgun from halo with the mag on top of the barrel. Finding a way to attach the tank is another thing. You could do it like Tap with the remote line coming out of the gun or move the tank around to somewhere on the gun like mine mounted to the stock. Good luck man the C3 is not the most easily modded gun.
  5. In Topic: Longbow Stock Mod

    20 July 2009 - 01:24 PM

    they do make left hand dog legs but again that is a pricey option. You could try making up a extender for the butt stock, just carve it out of some wood and paint it black. the longbow stocks are kinda hard to extend. I put a 1.25x to 4x scope on my AGD longbow and I already had a dog leg on my a-5 an I like those a lot better. So i bought one for my longbow (they require a little bit of modding) A new dog leg will set you back $80 because i am pretty sure they can only be bought in a kit. The cheapest being the 98 kit.