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Member Since 20 Apr 2010
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28 April 2010 - 08:01 PM

So i've heard the term "Balanced Spool" as a marker type, and kingmann recently had the "Balanced Valve" gimmik. What's up with this? Is it like how a regulator can be balanced or not?

10-year old paint in my gun?

28 April 2010 - 09:08 AM

When I start to take apart my new vintage gun and discover 10 year old paint, should i try to polish the uppertube and bolt a little to make sure i get all the shell fragments? Should I go as far as taking the valve out on the first pass? I'd like to get it workable with just the one dissasembly, but I need a 'cocker valve tool, and am worried that dirt and paint has worked its way into the valve.

The tank says manufactured in 99 and i think i need to take the reg apart to get it off, there's no test sticker or anything so i'm guessing the marker hasn't been used in quite some time, i think he stopped using it after the first chopPosted Image

Post Whore?

25 April 2010 - 05:11 PM

I'f I "level up" within 5 days can i join someone's Post Whore Club?

Did Mike go to Rockfest?

25 April 2010 - 04:34 AM

St. Pete Times Forum, Tampa, Fla. Limp Bizkit put on a killer show, ran 35 minutes extra Alice in Chains at 12.

Vintage E-cocker

20 April 2010 - 01:55 PM

When trying to price an old cocker, you pretty much value the parts, and if it shoots badass and is clean its worth a little more. Right? How would I go about trying to value a unique and rare, as close to historical as possible cocker? I know resale on cockers is bretty bad, but which old ones are worth the most. For instance, i could probably a karni for like 350 used, so if this thing shoots well it should be more for its nostalga value.