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Old 12-03-2008, 10:33 AM
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If you have to ask, you are either too young or too agg to know

just kidding....

Pro Classic AutoMag with Warp Feed, Freak back and custom 2.5" tip, MiniMag valve and 12V revvi. I will be putting my RicoLution on it when I'm done reinforcing the shells and painting it
Wow, that is a mouth full haha. That is pretty wierd looking but i think I like it

By the way, nice shoes.
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:49 AM
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sickest ion i've ever seen.

btw druid... left hand warp fed automag? That IS agg.

Taping your gun
use of camo
those pants
oldschool stuff...

it's agg.
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Old 12-03-2008, 11:15 PM
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Wow, that is a mouth full haha. That is pretty wierd looking but i think I like it

By the way, nice shoes.
I won't lie to you...this rig isn't for everyone. It DOES take some getting used to and is a heavy rig to be sporting around...even though I use a remote with it. I'm not one of those ballers that whines about the weight of my marker...I use what I know works. Mags work and work hard. I ran this setup one of the 2 days of my local DDay event (9 hours the first day) and it worked out and ran great. I didn't even notice the weight, even back at camp during run-down time. For the final battle though, I wanted a faster marker and used my Stage 5 with Halo.
...and leave my slippers alone.......lol.

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1. sickest ion i've ever seen.

2. btw druid... left hand warp fed automag? That IS agg.

3. Taping your gun
4. use of camo
5. those pants
6. oldschool stuff...

7. it's agg.
1. ::grumbles::
2. that's Warp RIGHT....for left-handed shooters. I fed it through the bottom of the power feed.
3. Not tape. MARPAT tarp material...genuine milspec issue. It's the same stuff I used on my A5.
4. Always
5. My jammies. No underwear strolling in the place when you ahve 3 daughters milling about...
6. :rawkfist::
7. wonderful.......::eyeroll::

LOL.....
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Old 12-04-2008, 08:06 AM
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Old 12-04-2008, 02:50 PM
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You know, a Logic trigger frame would look fantastic on that setup. If, that is, you could find someone selling one.
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Old 12-04-2008, 09:54 PM
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*headdesk*
Problem? Am I missing something?
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You know, a Logic trigger frame would look fantastic on that setup. If, that is, you could find someone selling one.
neh. I want EMag lowers for this setup.
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Old 12-05-2008, 05:34 AM
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My jammies. No underwear strolling in the place when you ahve 3 daughters milling about...
probably that = headdesk
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Old 12-05-2008, 07:01 AM
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ah....k then.
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Old 12-05-2008, 07:18 AM
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oh btw, does the little powerfeed angle-plug work fine being put in the other end? I thought it was longer and would need a longer plug in order to direct the balls properly.


on a side note, I was reflecting on how the warp was like a giant step toward force fed loaders and realized you could basically mount a halo with a tube and it would work the same....
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Old 12-05-2008, 07:17 PM
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1. oh btw, does the little powerfeed angle-plug work fine being put in the other end? I thought it was longer and would need a longer plug in order to direct the balls properly.


2. on a side note, I was reflecting on how the warp was like a giant step toward force fed loaders and realized you could basically mount a halo with a tube and it would work the same....
1. It is the longer powerfeed plug. This is the one that loads from the top and is specific to the Warp fed/power feed markers configured in this manner: http://store.airgundesignsusa.com/in...&categoryID=19

2. You are exactly right. The Warp was THE first force-fed loader ever created - and to where it defies gravity and has a good feed rate. The Halo/variants would load the same way...that all you would need is some kind of bracket to hold the Halo to the VA/Reg and run the hose to the neck. The only thing I'd say about that is the hose would have to have one 180 degree bend in it and then a 45 or 90 degree at the neck. The way the Warp is designed with the ramp action of the silicone discs, that 180 degree bend is eliminated and tubing is less vulnerable to paint hits...

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