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Old 04-02-2008, 06:43 PM
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wow looks great, I want one when they come out
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:47 PM
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what I was able to read
  • LEAP circuit board with rear facing Color Access Mode Display (CAMD) Developed by tadao technologies
  • "synergy engineering" low pressure dual air source system.
  • break beam eye (anti-chop system)
  • aluminum eye covers
  • 3 modes of operation: semi-auto ramp psp & ramp millennium
  • fast charge(/change?) inline regulator
  • vented pressure relief on/off CA adapter
  • reduced overall profile: 25% lighter and 15(/13?)% shorter
  • up to 25bps rate of fire
  • steel braided hose line
  • quick release delrin bolt
  • 12" two piece micro ported barrel
  • twist lock clamping feed neck
  • 3way adjustable magnetic response "saber trigger"
  • all aluminum constructed body
  • processed(?) dual texture grip panels
  • all aluminum trigger frame with integrated dove tail
  • standard CA thread vertical adapter
  • compatible with spyder 9.6v rechargeable battery or a premium 9v alkaline battery
  • external velocity adapter
  • 300psi operational pressure
  • operates on co2 or compressed air
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That would make a beautiful Spimmy.
I'm thinking it would be quite a feat to make that into a Spimmy. Front is closed off making it hard to attach a front block and LPR.
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:53 PM
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and the ram sleeve would stick out the back 2-3 inches...
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:53 PM
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what I was able to read
  • LEAP circuit board with rear facing Color Access Mode Display (CAMD) Developed by tadao technologies
  • "synergy engineering" low pressure dual air source system.
  • break beam eye (anti-chop system)
  • aluminum eye covers
  • 3 modes of operation: semi-auto ramp psp & ramp millennium
  • fast charge(/change?) inline regulator
  • vented pressure relief on/off CA adapter
  • reduced overall profile: 25% lighter and 15(/13?)% shorter
  • up to 25bps rate of fire
  • steel braided hose line
  • quick release delrin bolt
  • 12" two piece micro ported barrel
  • twist lock clamping feed neck
  • 3way adjustable magnetic response "saber trigger"
  • all aluminum constructed body
  • processed(?) dual texture grip panels
  • all aluminum trigger frame with integrated dove tail
  • standard CA thread vertical adapter
  • compatible with spyder 9.6v rechargeable battery or a premium 9v alkaline battery
  • external velocity adapter
  • 300psi operational pressure
  • operates on co2 or compressed air
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for those of you that don't read PBN, it also uses standard 9v batteries. goodbye 9.6v days!!
it looks like it can use both
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Old 04-02-2008, 06:57 PM
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sorry, my eyes arent as good as claus's... too many rows of letters...
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Old 04-02-2008, 07:27 PM
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yeah im glad he posted that or i wouldnt have known anything about it
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Old 04-02-2008, 10:38 PM
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Looking very good Kingman! I would def consider this as a back up marker if I was still playing every weekend.. or at all.

Those eye covers would be replaced ASAP though, lol.
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For those with FireFox, look up the add-on named "ImageZoom."

Looks better than the old style, I might actually pick one up! Eye covers remind me of an Ego's. That might be what they were basing the design off of, then incorporated the "Spyder web...." Yeah, I need some sleep...

EDIT: Wait a ****in' New York minute... where's the LPC???
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Old 04-03-2008, 03:25 AM
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For those with FireFox, look up the add-on named "ImageZoom."
No need. Firefox 3 Beta 4 has it built in. But I really didn't know it was there until I tried a second ago... I read it all how it was.
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Old 04-03-2008, 04:34 AM
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EDIT: Wait a ****in' New York minute... where's the LPC???
gone. i guess they realized it did almost absolutely nothing, although a modern spyder w/o an LPC isnt really a spyder in my eyes...
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