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Ultimate Madness II
April 5-7, 2002
Huntington, WV

Technical Photo Gallery
Photography by Bill Mills - WARPIG.com

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BM2K reg and volumizer
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Flame motif GS series BM2K body
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Indian Creek Designs' booth
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Wicked Impulse
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Custom Cylinder's Slayer Self Adjusting barrel
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8 cylinders extend into the bore, held in place by elastic o-rings
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The cylinders are designed to self adjust to different sized paint
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Custom Cylinders also offers graphic camo coating services
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Custom Cylinder's booth
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Tippmann Pneumatics
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The valve assembly of the A5 is user servicable, and all components are locked in place by the ASA - 4 strip pins lock everything else in place
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Star drive loader system actively advances a ball into the chamber for each shot
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Excess blowback gas operates the loader, and a push-rod loads the first shot
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The A5 has an overall look similar to the H&K MP5
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The A5's top front cocking knob
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Cocking the A5
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The A5 hopper in place
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an MP5-like rear sight
 
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National Paintball Supply's booth with 32 degrees and the new Empire line

 


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