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

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Fireball Mountain's trigger frames for the Autococker - they are grooved and don't use grip panels.
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A+ Anodizing
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Planet
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Eclipse Impulse from Planet.
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Eclipse Autococker with new E-Blade electronic trigger and pneumatics valve.
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Cleanly machined housing for the solenoid valve up front.
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These first edition grip panels will be replaced with models that have stiffener inserts and different finger grooving.
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The E-Blade's reflective IR eye detects the bolt and paint.
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With the LED display, readings from the eye can be made, and sensitivity, as well as timing adjusted.
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Bauer Compressors.
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Bauer's fill stations.
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The new Bauer S3 compressor dedigned to fill paintgun tanks directly - their only electric model powered by 120VAC.
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The fill connector on the S3.
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Laser Pro - while you wait laser engraving.
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The engraver.
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Chipley Custom Machining.
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The J2 semiauto. 
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The J2 is also being built in a pump version.
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The J2 front block.
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CCM accessories and parts fit the J2, and most also fit the Autococker.
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Titanium Paintball.
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Titanium's Longbow two piece barrel system with titanium back half.
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Titanium Paintball Jerseys.
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"Blue" and Sue Hanse from EMR paintball in the Severe Paintball booth.

 
 

 


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