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Hard-core 'baller from So-Cal.

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  1. In Topic: Kingman Hammer... noisy!

    27 February 2011 - 08:29 PM

    After a closer inspection if the pump handle, I did find a tiny, removable screw. Unscrewing this, I found a small plastic liner which could be removed. I don't know how I missed it, having completed a thorough inspection and full restoration of this marker. The liner is only about a half a centimeter in breadth on each side, however, and may help accommodate a slightly thicker barrel. It isn't going to help with the modern, massively variable barrel geometry found on most tourney barrels, but the flexibility is nice to have and it opens up many opportunities for different barrels.

    I'm afraid the ACI Zero Gravity barrels are a tad out of my price range - hell, I only paid $60 for the whole gun. The J&J Ceramic barrels, on the other hand, look promising. If I were made of money, I'd get a 16 Stiffi... those carbon-fiber barrels are quieter than a mouse treading on a feather pillow. Does anyone know if the J&J Ceramic barrels are quiet enough to serve on a sniper's marker?
  2. In Topic: Kingman Hammer... noisy!

    26 February 2011 - 11:03 PM

    1-l,

    Thanks for the response. As a matter of fact, I've gone through many retail stores in my area, and I've basically given up on finding a barrel that fits at those stores. All their barrels are designed for modern tourney markers, and they're hardly catering for the 15-year old vintage gun market. My only other option would be to bore out the pump, but if I do that it will compromise the tightness of the fit on the pump and it would be useless if I were to use the regular barrel again. My only choice seems to be going to a large, multi-faceted paintball event and try to find something there.

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