hello admin iam trying to put in a story about a new marker that are been made but as a swede i can copy the adress from the swedeish site to youre,i guess iam making some thing wrong ? could apriciat the help. Karolinen frank
copy and paste problem
Posted 31 January 2014 - 06:41 AM
Posted 31 January 2014 - 06:43 AM
Ahh it's been a while since I posted over here. Forgive me for enjoying the nice weather here in San Francisco (20C/70F)
If all goes according to plan, I'll be testing this new gun in Sweden this summer, where we designed most of it. Here are a few pics we shared on our progress. Sorry I didn't know how to embed them, so you're stuck having to click!
Bifogad fil 21997
Bifogad fil 21998
Bifogad fil 21999
Bifogad fil 22000
Bifogad fil 22001
If you're interested in what we're doing, check us out on FB: Thin Air Sports
Or we'll be back in the Summer, probably at PB Dreams in GBG and of course MASH
Original thread: http://www.paintball...7049-TAS-Zealot
Posted 31 January 2014 - 06:47 AM
Crap lets try that again:
And a video of the body getting surfaced for anyone interested in the machining:
is the bolt engine based of the regency crome?.. or is it just the "balls" on the backcap that messes with my head?..
and stfu about the temperatures.. thats just evil =)
Know that Regency have patented most of their designs, so it will be fun to see the specs on this.
I think its mostly based off a Quest-bolt, they made a nice aftermarket one for the Quest with similar design. But i guess the BOB-feature is similar to the Crome-bolt.
I've talked with Per quite a bit about the Chrome. I love that gun! So we took a similar idea for the quick release and put it on ours. It uses bearings to hold the bolt in place via air pressure and some springs, but it comes out a bit differently. We have a pull ring, not a push button, that releases the bolt. It allows for about 30lbs of force that keeps the bolt in place.
The bolt itself was based on a Quest bolt, but we had to heavily modify it to get around their BS patent. Now it's a totally new system, the only thing in common with the Quest is the dump chamber, which was actually covered by Dye's old patent that expired 2 years ago.
We hope to announce it by the end of February and go into full production shortly after that. I also hope to be testing it out in Sweden
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