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

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Generation E and Toxic Performance.
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Toxic Impulses
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Toxic parts.
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Bunker King soft goods.
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E Matrix LCD
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LCD display in grip frame.
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Control buttons on rear.
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Powerlyte.
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Clear Axis grip frame shows how their pivot trigger and sear work.
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Powerlyte's Hybrid semiauto.
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Pneumatic cylinder for recocking is internal to the body.
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3 way mount unlocks and swings up for easy access to timing rod.
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The exhaust valve is further back than on similar paintguns to minimize blowback issue.
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The LPR holds the valve spring and cup seal in place, gas for the cylinder is routed through the receiver.
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The Scepter barrel system has inserts that lock in place, and are self centering.
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The Sceptre Barrel assembled.
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Warrior Sports Gear.
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WSG shirts and packs.
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WSG shirts.
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War Machine - they make the Assault - and service Novas and Darkstars
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The Assault is basically a 4th generation Nova.
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The breech is removeable, and can be repositioned for Warp Feed.
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LPR and solenoid on the front - War Machine says it's capable of 23 bps.
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ROF and dwell adjustment in back, can be removed to be tourney legal.
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Like the Nova, there is no bolt, the barrel moves back around the ball.

 
 

 


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