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GtrLvr

Member Since 05 Jun 2009
Offline Last Active Oct 18 2010 09:46 AM
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In Topic: why no revolvers?

21 September 2010 - 01:01 PM

Ok, I stand corrected. Haven't been up on the 3357 prices. There you go, find yourself a 3357 and some .50 cal paint.

In Topic: why no revolvers?

21 September 2010 - 10:17 AM

I can't find a pic of the DRV next to a crossman 3357 but it's significantly bigger. Here's a pic of the DRV next to some real revolvers to show a size comparison:
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As you can see, .68 caliber makes a much bigger gun than normal. a smaller 50 cal or pellet pistol can't be easily modified to shoot something that big, and I don't think crossman has anything to do with paintball anymore. There is a market for revolvers but it's so small that Dukie is pretty much filling it with his DRV's, in order to make them cheaper you'd have to mass produce them (at a huge cost to you) and then you have to be able to sell them all. Most of the guns produced by individual airsmiths like Dukie are financed through preorders, people pre order and pay and they use the money to make the guns.

In Topic: why no revolvers?

20 September 2010 - 06:39 PM

There is, do you have $800?
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It's the DRV Revolver made by Dukie on MCB. I believe the old crossmans go for nearly that much too, and they aren't even .68 cal.

In Topic: im looking for parts to make my a side feed autococker stock class

04 September 2010 - 12:15 PM

Well yes, I meant a side feed brass gun like this:
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In Topic: im looking for parts to make my a side feed autococker stock class

04 September 2010 - 09:57 AM

Not much different. I've had no problems getting paint to feed, I just tip down like normal. If you are the kind of person that tilts his gun a lot it may not feed well when shooting left handed.
A side feed Sheridan is different, those you actually have to tilt to feed because the feed is actually below the barrel a bit.