Crossmann did make a .62 cal., but wasn't popular then. From what I understand, if the .50 cal. becomes popular again, they might do a new run of them. Maybe I am old fashion, but always liked the revolvers over the auto, paintball guns or real guns. Something makes my heart pound when looking down the bussiness end and can see each round in the cylinder. The Crossmann 3357 breaks open by tipping forward and whole cylinder comes out. You quick load it by replacing cylinder. I have 5 cylinders, so like have 5 clips.
Welcome Ciera! I am loving the folding stock on the Tac8. You trying to cop a T8.1?
Ill post my only tac8 in a bit.
Eventually I'll end up getting an 8.1... I saw someone else on T8OG do a stock, and decided to do one too... Had to carve back end off, used a stock for a spyder to make it...
Hay, if you use it as a side arm, I say any cut down marker(including micro setups) can count as a pistol.
The revolver is a Crossmann 3357 in .50 cal, and yes still fully functional.
The AT10 has tank going down the side so I can use a custom rig I made to hold it to my leg. Rig is similar to those for an MP5 and hooks onto gun and is actually a quick draw set up. I will post pics of it in next couple of days...
Well I am new on here, but long time owner and supporter of Tippmanns. Alot of you guys probably know me from the various Tippmann owners groups, like A5OG, X7OG, 98OG and so on... I have a larger collection of Tippmanns and don't really have one favorite. I look at the walls of my room, and ask myself, "Which one do I feel Like today..?
Lately, I have been favoring the Project Salvos... I converted the 98C in first picture, to a Project Salvo. Here it is below along with my first Project Salvo(The Converted 98C is the top one). I also put a S.I.R. Forend on both of them.