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PSP Las Vegas Open 2002
May 1-5, 2002
Las Vegas, Nevada

Technical Gallery
Photography by Bill Mills - WARPIG.com



 
 
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Single station test stand - it's all about the high end regulator
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Bauer's new 4500 psi micro gauge next to a dime for scale
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Kicking back watching Traumahead Sportz Videos
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Traumahead
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Racegun, the european electo conversion for the Autococker
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Racegun conversion with custom milled body
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Custom backblock moved to the top
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Reprogramming the Racegun under Palm OS
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Centerflag Products
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One of the new B2K2 sleeve body milling designs by Hawk Dobbins at Ineian Creek Designs
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New B2K0
A Bushmaster for under $290 MSRP!  
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New vertical reg and LPR reg (between vertical and trigger) lets the B2K0 use gas from a wider range of pressures
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The 2K0 is limited to 10 bps rate of fire
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The battery is in the grip frame not the receiver
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The 2K0 receiver is a little shorter than the B2K2
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Warrior Sports Gear and Paintball.inc
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Wicked Impulse
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Crossfire
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Facefull Magazine
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Sup'Airball's new bunker systems - Xtreme Air uses airtight river raft materials - no fans, batteries, or inflation tubes.  Xtreme has welded seams and a lower cost
 


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