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Viper-M1 Hyper FAQ

V1.1
1/1/98 by
Bill Mills

 


I call this FAQ a hyper FAQ. It serves the same function as the FAQs for other paintguns, but it's designed as a multimedia document (i.e. with pictures). Click on any of the pictures to see full screen versions. Its purpose is to provide information about the Viper-M1 semi-auto paintgun, and hopefully answer many of the questions that people are now asking me in e-mail.

Feel free to print and store this document for your own personal use. This document may not be distributed without direct written permission from its author.

 If you have any questions about the Viper-M1 that are not addressed by this FAQ, or you have experience with a Viper-M1 and have material to contribute to this FAQ, please use the WARPIG feedback form.


INDEX

1.0 What is a Viper-M1?


3.0 What are some of the features of the Viper-M1?

4.0 How do I strip down Viper-M1? 5.0 Trouble shooting 6.0 The article in APG said that the Viper-M1 has a foamy. Why doesn't mine?

 7.0 What accessories are available for the Viper-M1?

 8.0 What aftermarket barrels are available for the Viper-M1?

 9.0 How can I tell if I have a pre 1997 Viper M1?

 10.00 What differenced between 1997 and prior model Vipers?
 
 


1.0 What is a Viper-M1?

3.0 What are some of the features of the Viper-M1?

4.0 How do I strip down the Viper-M1?

5.0 Trouble Shooting

6.0 The article in APG said the Viper-M1 has a foamy. Why doesn't mine?

7.0 What accessories are available for the Viper-M1?

8.0 What aftermarket barrels are available for the Viper-M1?



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Copyright © 1992-2012 Corinthian Media Services. WARPIG's webmasters can be reached through our feedback form.
All articles and images are copyrighted and may not be redistributed without the written permission of their original creators and Corinthian Media Services. The WARPIG paintball page is a collection of information, and pointers to sources from around the internet and other locations. As such, Corinthian Media Services makes no claims to the trustworthiness, or reliability of said information. The information contained in, and referenced by WARPIG, should not be used as a substitute for safety information from trained professionals in the paintball industry.
'Let a man regard us in this manner, as servants of Christ and stewards of the mysteries of God.' I Corinthians 4:1