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Valken_WinterGS

Member Since 02 Nov 2011
Offline Last Active May 20 2013 08:12 AM
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In Topic: Valken proton

13 September 2012 - 09:18 AM



It's the mokal aura. (Valken bought mokal) updated a bit I think with a different board and something else


can you please provide evidence that "Valken bought Mokal" please? As far as I know, the Valken Proton is just an private label Aura.



im friiends w/ the owner of valken on facebook and i was talking to him awile back and he sed that mokal just supplies valken w/ guns and valken remills them, as well as update everything such as the trigger, grips, asa, board etc (valken did not buy mokal)


This^

In Topic: Valken Proton

09 August 2012 - 09:18 AM

And the humor is where?




Do we know who would be handling customer service, if it's made by Mokal but sold under the Valken name?


HI, Customer Service here......



winter@valken.com

LOL


In Topic: Valken Proton

02 August 2012 - 09:51 AM

Do we know who would be handling customer service, if it's made by Mokal but sold under the Valken name?


HI, Customer Service here......



winter@valken.com

In Topic: Dan Colby launches Immortal Air

02 August 2012 - 08:14 AM



LONG LIVE DAN COLBY!!


as long as he decides to design a good regulator im on board. we know he can from his Air America days, but GA ... a whole 'nother story.


I think that you mean GA Myth and Myth G2. I have never heard anything bad about the Ambush reg. And didn't they make another one, before or after the Ambush, but before the Myth?


Assault.


And Dan Colby (with his wonderful and lovely sidekick Larry) made some of the hottest and most reliable air gear with AA, when most of you guys were still wearing Sponge Bob jammies.

No disrespect, Im just old.....

In Topic: V-Max questions and issues

23 May 2012 - 01:02 PM

Gentlemen....and paintball players...


Remember, the Pinokkio(sp) paddles are much harder than our stock paddles and our testing shows the CAN damage your gearboxes.

IE: Stripped gears, cracked gearing and/or cracked posts (drive post from motor)


This will NOT be covered under warrenty.

C'mon guys, dont make me the bad guy here......