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    Whatever you like.

    Whatever you like.
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    at it again today... the season when everyone...

    at it again today... the season when everyone tries to unload their crap for holiday money appears to be ramping up. a lot of overpriced garbage, but some deals to be had for the savvy buyer. more...
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    I suspect that 'resources' in this case are not...

    I suspect that 'resources' in this case are not financial.

    Maybe I'm just the token doddering old fogey here, but for whatever it's worth, I just want to use a browser to browse the interwebz....
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    Up to you. I don't know what parts availability...

    Up to you. I don't know what parts availability is on these (noids and gaskets specifically - otherwise, i can't imagine it needing anything beyond a rebuild and reg service).
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    $400 doesn't sound right to me. Maybe original...

    $400 doesn't sound right to me. Maybe original msrp. Probably under $200 used. Can get a DM6 for about that, which is one of my favorite bang for the buck guns.
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    It was around 2000, I think, when Intellifeed and...

    It was around 2000, I think, when Intellifeed and power-sharing were more common. Was done a lot on LCD Angels.

    Here's an example for ya: my Rainmaker uses hopper power (which means I'm limited...
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    There's a word for what you describe:...

    There's a word for what you describe: Intellifeed. It's existed since the late 90's in wired and wireless (RF chip) forms. While, yes, it works, with loaders capable of reliable 20+ BPS and a game...
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    hax!!

    hax!!
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    Sounds like he did that - at least that's what...

    Sounds like he did that - at least that's what I'm inferring from "The lowest I was able to get it was 275 and that was when the valve quit closing between shots"

    If that's the case, and neither...
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    A spring kit

    A spring kit
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    Bad paint happens. Glad to hear it didn't ruin...

    Bad paint happens. Glad to hear it didn't ruin the entire day - that's the worst.
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    wakka wakka

    wakka wakka
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    still a toughie, and i need to replace the power...

    still a toughie, and i need to replace the power plug in the Revy before it can be used again.
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    It'll have new seals throughout, including pierce...

    It'll have new seals throughout, including pierce pin. Knowing you're int'd, I'll try to find time for it soon.
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    It's been in parts in a freezer bag for like two...

    It's been in parts in a freezer bag for like two years waiting for me to rebuild it. When/if I ever get around to it, I'd probably be in the $75 ballpark. I have a new red delrin bolt that I could...
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    Hmm, yikes, I hit 20 again, plus some projects.

    Hmm, yikes, I hit 20 again, plus some projects.
  17. Thread: Thanks Hustle!

    by calgar
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    Thanks Hustle!

    nomnomnomnomnom!

    http://www.mcarterbrown.com/gallery/data/1624/lv11.jpg
  18. Thread: Still alive...

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    Yar, not saying to go nuts and break the bank or...

    Yar, not saying to go nuts and break the bank or anything. Those bills don't pay themselves. Heck, even I've been behaving lately... For the most part. :evilgrin:
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    ahoy, yo! injuries and medical issues are...

    ahoy, yo!

    injuries and medical issues are poo-poo. pretty sure that's the clinical term. get yourself all healed up before you go running around and messing yourself up worse. in the meanwhile,...
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    you're better off.

    you're better off.
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    Ahoy and welcome!

    Ahoy and welcome!
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    AUTOCOCKER!

    AUTOCOCKER!
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    No idea on the seized Tippmanns, sorry. It...

    No idea on the seized Tippmanns, sorry. It definitely sounds like you are a fan of the brand! Perhaps your 'cocker is a Trilogy? Oh, and I hate to nitpick, but "milling" requires a mill. Filing or...
  24. Thread: Grease Qustion

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    Just as long as it's a "paintball" approved...

    Just as long as it's a "paintball" approved synthetic such as the air tool oil that most companies re-bottle as their own.



    there's oil and there's grease. Dow 33 and 55 are examples of the...
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    Haven't used Pathogen Super Grease, but it sounds...

    Haven't used Pathogen Super Grease, but it sounds similar to Slick Honey, which I've been using for years and would also strongly recommend when not needing to use Dow 33/55 for a particular marker. ...
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