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Cheat71
04-27-2006, 06:05 PM
FBM Factory has been busy......

We'd like to announce a couple of new trigger frames, and some modifications we are performing on your existing frames.

We have completed our PM5 to Dm series frames. These frames will fit a stock Proto Matrix 05 and accept BOTH Proto and DM series boards and buttons/membrane pads. This allows PM5 owners to be able to change chips and programming at will, for much less then an entire new board, and without the wait of sending your board off to get flashed! This provides awesome value and ensures your programming can remain current for as long as you own your PM5. This frame also features everything you've come to expect from our frames...built in rail, external trigger adjustments, ergonomically correct grip position, and more.

* Built In Rail
* Enlarged Trigger Guard
* Ergonomically Correct Grip
* Uses Dm5 Triggers
* External Trigger Adjustments
* Weighs 5.3 oz
* Includes an FBM Factory Delrin DM5 Trigger Free
http://images.andale.com/f2/129/124/7558542/1146815232078_Fierce.jpg
:down: Not really liking the fierce frame, the trigger guard is nasty and doesnt flow with the gun at all. Also for the price that fbm is probobally gonna charge I would rather just go for an ultralight frame instead. :down:
No info given on the ion membrane coversion...
http://images.andale.com/f2/129/124/7558542/1144039658547_IONC.jpg

claustrophobia9
04-27-2006, 06:10 PM
that looks like the element v2 frame, if so, that already came with the mebrane area built in, i have no idea what the holes are tho.

edit: its a sith frame, apperently they need to keep them selling.




and btw i think fbm is getting ninja pwned by their website designer. cuz this berry keeps appearing and when u click it itll take you to a webdesign place that apperantlu made their site, i get it most often when i click milling, it shows up on the right, its a big blue berry that looks like one of those cartoon "bombs" (like an old cherry bomb)

druid
04-27-2006, 07:53 PM
Ion frame.....

This is for an Ion Trigger frame already converted to use an Dye DM membrane pads instead of the stock on/off button location. The frame will have the following modifications done before shipping:

CNC Milled Recess For Membrane Pad
3 CNC Milled Holes For LED Lights
All Hardware and Wiring

You must send in your trigger frame, and board. FBM will provide everything else needed.

Light Weight High Grade Aluminum
Streamlined CNC milling
Accepts Stock Grips as well as other similar types
Accepts stock and most aftermarket triggers
Trigger adjustment points built in
Ton Ton inspired ergonomic Grip Frame
Larger Trigger guard for easier walking
Slotted Trigger guard for easier Trigger adjustments and mounting screw access
Left and right side Gauge mounts
Comes stock with Standard ASA mount (not shown)
15 deg front asa (reversable) mount available ( shown) +$15
Accepts most QEV's
Standard bottonline screw pattern to fit almost all rail and unimount ASAs.
NO marker modification required

chubb0rz
04-27-2006, 08:52 PM
wow they copied the name from cobra...but alright frame if you ask me

phatphil
04-28-2006, 06:29 PM
Meh, I'm not feeling that trigger guard. Any idea how much the ion frame conversion is though?

DRAGON
04-28-2006, 07:20 PM
Anybody know where you can get a single on/off membrane pad? I've looked all over and all I can find is manufacturers that want to sell tons of them at one time. i checked Digi-key with no results -

paintballer5646
04-29-2006, 04:02 AM
http://www.thematrixcenter.com/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=&idproduct=281
Is that what you were looking for?

DRAGON
04-29-2006, 05:39 PM
Yes and no......looking for the same type of membrane but single w/o the rediculous Dye pricetag on it lol. They're asking $45-60 for that and you know damed well they're payong 50 cents for it. Feeding off the hype. Just a simple 1 button flat top membrane is what I'm looking for. If you look around they're on a lot of electronic appliances, radio's, ect. There has to be an electronics supply that sells them. I just haven't run across one yet -