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Masks, head wraps and hoppers - added to inventory in Feb-2015

Forgot to post the group images from most of the batches of items I uploaded in February.
So over the next three days I'll be highlighting some of those parts.
Today's batch covers some hoppers, masks, head wraps and harnesses.

Electric and classic loaders from a variety of manufactures. Electric and classic loaders from a variety of manufactures.

First are a batch of electric VL hoppers and some classic mini loaders.
Find electric VLs on baccipaintball at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/hoppers/electric-loaders.html

An older revolution set up to use the intelliefeed. An older revolution set up to use the intelliefeed connection found on sold Autocockers and Automags.

From this batch of loaders a few are worth pointing out. One is a neat Intellie feed Revy. This would plug into an intellie frame or a cocker frame that has the electronic switch added in. I couldn't get it to stop spinning but maybe when it's plugged in it stops? Probably needs to be disassembled and have some of the parts changed or tweaked.
Find this Revy at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1401.html

A classic VL-2000 hopper with a nice shape Vents stickers on the side. A classic VL-2000 hopper with a nice shape Vents stickers on the side.

And here is a neat sort of opaque clear VL-2000 that comes with the original box, it's not new but it does work nicely.

The VL-2Ks don't use the standard Revolution boards. In the video above you can see how they used a one piece board and motor so they can't have one part repaired as easily. They do take only one 9V instead of 2 9vs which 12 V revolutions take and are significantly slower .
Find this VL-2000 at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1400.html

Old masks added to inventory in February. Old masks added to inventory in February.

A batch of masks including a Flex 7, a Spectra, a Soft stream and a Z leader classic face shield. I would replace the lens on the Flex or the Spectra and would definitely not recommend using the soft stream or the Z leader. They are good for display in a man cave though.

Front of the Flex 7 with Smoke colored lens (these need to be replaced!). Front of the Flex 7 with Smoke colored lens (these need to be replaced!).
Side view of the Flex 7 with the Olive colored JT racing strap. Side view of the Flex 7 with the Olive colored JT racing strap.

Here is the overpriced Flex 7 in the once ubiquitous JT color scheme of Olive and Black: http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1388.html

Misc headbands that were added to inventory in February. Misc headbands that were added to inventory in February.

Here are some random headbands, straps, belts and other pieces.
Several of these are marked Skrimage, which I'm not really sure of the history.
There is also a Smart Parts headband and a camo headband that looks home made.
Find headbands at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/head.html

A stretched out camo JT mask strap. A stretched out camo JT mask strap.

Also in this batch were a couple junk straps. The black strap likely works fine but the Green is old and stretched out.
Find junk straps and other old mask parts at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/masks/misc-mask-parts.html

Misc classic loaders scattered about. Misc classic loaders scattered about.

And here is an assortment of random loaders including VL-90s, PMI (made by APP) and some Sight feeders by APP. These came in a huge box from Canada which I purchased for a couple of Pursuit Supplies Internal pump handles that go on M-16 Stingers.
Find classic loaders with a capacity under 150 rds at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/hoppers/140-rds-and-smaller-loaders.html

Viewloader VL-90 Viewloader VL-90 without ends. I typically tape on top ends.

 

My favorite classic loader, which I constantly try to push on unsuspecting paintballers are the VL-90s: http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/hoppers/140-rds-and-smaller-loaders/vl-91.html
And for a write up on modernizing the VL-90:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/oldnews/modifying-viewloader-vl-90-hopper-for-pump-play

A few old PMI loaders which were likely made by APP. A few old PMI loaders which were likely made by APP.

And some of the later style APP/PMI loaders:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1409.html

A flexible APP lid which fits APP sight feeders and USI loaders. A flexible APP lid which fits APP sight feeders and USI loaders.

And a basic hopper flexible plastic lid from APP that I picked up a bucket load of. These work on APP loaders and some of the old USI loaders.

Add New Post ‹ Old News Paintball History — WordPress An APP Sight feeder with one of the flexible lids on it.

They are a pretty tight fit though so make sure you look at the item description to see if they will fit your loader. They will not fit old Indian Springs loaders.
Find them at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1406.html

Some random camo head wraps. Some random camo head wraps.

These head wraps came from a giant bag of gear I've been procrastinating on inventorying.

A Mossy Oak head wrap which was likely made by Tim Schloss at Tiger Stripe Products. A Mossy Oak head wrap which was likely made by Tim Schloss at Tiger Stripe Products.

Neatest from this batch is the Brown Mossy oak camo head wrap which is a style build that Tiger Stripe Products sold. The material used on this head wrap is really heavy duty.
Find this head wrap at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1395.html
And others at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/head.html

An Indian Springs Harness, an Extreme Rage harness and a heavy duty Spec Ops vest. An Indian Springs Harness, an Extreme Rage harness and a heavy duty Spec Ops vest.

And what batch of gear would be complete without a couple junk harnesses and a vest that looks incredibly dirty.
Find random harnesses at http://www.baccipaintball.com/gear/packs.html

The Spec Ops Molle Vest. This thing must weight ten pounds. The Spec Ops Molle Vest. This thing must weight ten pounds.

The vest came from an ebay lot I purchased probably a year ago. It was manufactured by Spec Ops and is super heavy duty. It does have a few small tears on the Molle but overall looks pretty good.
Find this vest at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/gea1373.html

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