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PSP/NPPL World Cup 2002
October 18-27, 2002
Kissimmee, FL
Trade Show Gallery 2

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PMI's show trailer - their center piece - the new Evil Paintball line
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The Omen paintgun - a closed bolt electro semi with a force feed system that gently pushed the ball from a feed similar to a vertical powerfeed, into the chamber when the bolt is open
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The Pipe barrel, with backs ranging from .683-.695 and a front.  Pipe barrels are honed before and after anodizing.
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The Pipe comes in a "Pipe Bomb" set with 5 backs and one tip.
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The Pipe is available in 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18 inch lengths.
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Evil gloves
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Evil packs and pods
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PMI is also producing the Evil line of accessories for various paintguns
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This Evil front block for the autococker shows their compact LPR, as well as the ram and 3 way.
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New tank sizes for Pure Energy 5,000 psi air systems - PSP now fills to 5,000 psi at their tournaments.
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Evil jerseys with vents in the side and a faux sleeve that looks like 2 layers but is only one.
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Evil t-shirts
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PMI Jersey
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EXT Pro E-Force Piranha with semi-burst, and full auto modes.  High end looks at lower price.
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Assorted products from PMI's inventory.
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J&J Barrels
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J&J One Piece Ceramics (with two piece ceramic kits on the right).
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J&J Color anodized one piece aluminum barrels.
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J&J's trigger frame for the A5 - milled aluminum construction with blade style trigger and a built in Response Trigger ram.
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The cylinder of the ram is machined into the grip, the piston can be removed and rebuilt, rather than replacing the entire cylinder assembly.
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Also at J&J's booth - the latest incarnation of the Straight Shot Squeegie - now with bright colors.
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This black cap clips to a lanyard and holds the Straight Shot, making it just one tug away.
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Team Ultra Ego cruising past the booths.

 
 

 


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