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2003 DraXxus International Amateur Open Trade Show
July, 2003 - By Bill Mills
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AKALMP's new SCM high flow rate pressure compensating LPR for 'cocker, Matrix and Excalibur/Viking
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Excalibur
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Excalibur changes include electronics by WAS, and a body pre-drilled for an anti-chop eye
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Smokin Paintball
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Smokin's Outlast pants, built with the durability of hemp
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Smokin's C4 replaces the rear plug and top hat of the Matrix, designed for increased gas efficiency
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JT drew crowds with stunts from dunking people in buckets of paint to shaving their heads
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Ryan Greenspan of Dynasty looks teary eyed, but he's really cleaning out the paint he was dunked in
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JT's new Axiom/FX10 goggle scheduled for a Fall 2003 release - one of two prototypes at the IAO was stolen
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The FX-10's fast locking cams keep the lens in place
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Cam in the locked position
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Cam in the unlocked position
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AirGun Designs' booth
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The ULE bodies for the Automag - lightweight, low profile, Autococker barrel threads
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Jon Comprado's AGD show car
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Display and speaker bay in the hatchback - the X-Mag in the middle spins
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Ratco's Rat's Pack
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A+ Anodizing
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A+ Ano jobs
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and custom work

 


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