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Old 12-02-2010, 09:15 AM
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Default Re: Things Kingman could do to improve its line

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hammer?
yeah they could use the old hammer design (single tube) or even just use the same stacked tube bodies that the regular markers use
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Old 12-02-2010, 09:56 AM
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the old hammer design would be nice as long as they didnt mil-sim it up and keep it simple... A drop in kit for the stbb would be nice too
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Old 12-02-2010, 12:22 PM
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the old hammer design would be nice as long as they didnt mil-sim it up and keep it simple... A drop in kit for the stbb would be nice too
Thats funny, I was just thinking it would be cool to see it MilSim'd. Difference of opinion I guess
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Old 12-02-2010, 03:45 PM
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Default Re: Things Kingman could do to improve its line

The whole point of the Hammer was a simple, light, easy to use pump marker. A milsim version would be none of those things. That doesn't mean you can't attach your own rails to a Hammer style marker, you just have to be careful and know what you're doing.
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The whole point of the Hammer was a simple, light, easy to use pump marker. A milsim version would be none of those things. That doesn't mean you can't attach your own rails to a Hammer style marker, you just have to be careful and know what you're doing.
or the body material has to be thicker to accept a little drilling and thread tapping...

However, I could see accessory kits that could be "bolt on" too. That might be something for them to think about...
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A remake of the hammer III would be interesting…
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Default Re: Things Kingman could do to improve its line

It would be nice to see the Electra with an internal gas line. It would give it a much cleaner look. A more ergonomic grip frame would also be welcomed.
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