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Paintguns added to inventory in June 2015

Here are a selection of misc paintguns that have been added to inventory over the last month, including Automags, Sheridans, blowbacks and much more.

Sheridan adde to inventory in June 2015. Sheridans added to inventory in June 2015. Some have been sold in the past month but many are still available.

Here's the first batch of 17 Sheridan pistols and rifles that were added to inventory. A few were sold over the past month (some before they were even listed), including the P-68 SC, the Mac 1 Avenger KP rifle and the Sheridan PGP, and others were parted out.  A few are still available though as complete pumps or empty bodies.

Mac 1 Avenger rifle that sold last month. Mac 1 Avenger rifle that sold last month.

Here is a better photo of the Mac 1 Avenger rifle.  This was sold in May and it took the new owner/previous owner, Don "Bored383" Howard and I some tweaking to get the Mac 1 Quick Config operating correctly.

The Mac Quick config removed from the lower tube of the avenger rifle. The Mac Quick config removed from the lower tube of the avenger rifle.

The Quick config is a ball detent / spring release piece that operates similarly to a Pump changer or speed demon bolt system with the BB pushing out in locked back (12 gram retained) position and the bbs released in the forward position (where the 12 gram can be released).

Luckily I had some parts on hand at one of the So Cal Stock days when I handed the Avenger rifle over to Don, and we were able to get it functioning almost correctly.  It still needs a little more tweaking though.

Left side of Bored383's Avenger rifle. Left side of Bored383's Avenger rifle.

The two other Mac 1 Avenger pistols pictured, a left feed show at the top left of the photo, and a right feed Mac 1 Avenger on the right below the two rifles aren't actually posted yet.

A P68 SC that came with a lot of guns a couple months back. Sold quickly. A P68 SC that came with a lot of guns a couple months back. Sold quickly.

The P-68 SC long barrel stock class pistol sold quickly.  It was in excellent shape and will make a great gun to use or to hang up on the wall, since it's in excellent condition.
The P-68 SC can be seen at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1512.html

A super clean PGP with the box that sold quickly. A super clean PGP with the box that sold quickly.

The PGP pictured at the lower left was also in great shape.  I rebuilt the cartridge valve and shipped it offer a couple weeks ago to a new home. This PGP, which sold can be viewed at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1513.html

A piranha Short barrel is awful shape. A piranha Short barrel is awful shape.

Still remaining at tons of beat up Sheridan Short barrels.  These were purchased off ebay and I think they might have been loaners at Predator Paintball in Sacramento. They need a good soaking and cleaning and might need a couple parts replaced before they are functioning. They are cheap enough though, at around 45-55 dollars.
Find one of the Piranha Short barrels at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1332.html

I decided to part out the lower rifle, and the stock sold last week.  The trigger group and body are still available though. The trigger group will work in on K1 to Kp2 rifles. It will work on earlier KP3s but not later KP3s. Find rifle parts at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/pump/sheridan/kp-sheridan-rifle-parts.html

The body from a pursuit Pistol. Empty. The body from a pursuit Pistol. Empty.

Pictured center left is a Pursuit Pistol that I bought off craigslist in a lot.  It's unfortunately missing the feed so I parted it out the rest of the way. The Pursuit pistol takes a Rim Fire pgp style bolt and wad built around the time that the first issue of Action Pursuit Games was released (1987). The empty body is currently listed at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1539.html

Rebarreled J and J sheridan. An empty Sheridan body that I was told was rebarreled by J and J. Could be true?

Below the Pursuit Pistol is a sort of odd Sheridan that has supposedly been rebarreled by J and J. I bought it hoping for straight rifling in the bore of the barrel, but since there isn't any and the solder job is pretty sloppy I'll be letting it go.  It's been parted out. This body can be seen at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1002.html

A PMI P68 Magnum with the original Tank. A PMI P68 Magnum with the original Tank.

Pictured towards the bottom is a PMI 68-Magnum.  I bought it last month for a couple of the accessories it came with.  Released around the time of the Rat Attack and the move to ASA screw in Constant Air Tanks, this Magnum came with both.  

I am only offering it with the 7oz Tippmann Tank though. I look over the Tippmann tank in the video above. Find this Magnum for sale (with the tank) at http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1523.html

A used Piranha Long Barrel with a nicely cut quick strip slot. A used Piranha Long Barrel with a nicely cut quick strip slot.

The last neat pump from this group is a well used PMI Long Barrel Piranha that I purchased from Glenn Pensinger at Hole in the Wall Paintball.  I had hoped this Piranha LB had the Turbo Valve engraving but it didn't.  The pump action is a little rough but it aired up without leaks and has a nicely cut quick strip slot in on the driver's side.
Checkout this long barrel at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1494.html

Find other Sheridan bodies that have been gutted at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/pump/sheridan/bodies.html

Misc nelson based pumps and semis that were added in June of 2015. Some random pumps and semis that were added to inventory in June of 2015 including nelsons and misc Sheridans.

 And here are some random Nelson based pumps and a few Sheridan Semis (as well as the parted out stock off the early KP3 rifle pictured in the first group photo).

A clean Nelspot 007 pump. A clean Nelspot 007 pump.

Included with these pumps are a nice in grip 12 gram changer Nelspot 007.  The internals are stock but the speed wheel, Challenger battle grips, pump and powertube are all after market.  I would stick some lapco anti kink internals in it and it would be ready to rock.
Find this Nelspot at http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1515.html

A clean undercocking Trracer Tagmaster. A clean undercocking Trracer Tagmaster.

Of course what batch of 50 or more guns would be complete with out some random Trracers and an undercocking PMI Tagmaster. Find this Tagmaster at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1541.html

A bad shape unique paintguns Hornet pump. A Unique Paintguns Hornet pump, built by Paul Vasquez out of Southern California. Bad shape but a neat project.

Another "Unique Paintgun" is the barrel assembly with strange looking pumps is an extremely well used Unique Paintguns Hornet, offered in Southern California by Paul Vasquez.  The barrel and pump handle are the scraps leftover from two separate Hornets I picked up.

Above is Gilly Martinez talking about the Hornet's creator, Paul Vasquez.
The worn down barrel came from Dale "Sugarstump" Price on ebay many years ago. The makeshift pump handle was home made by Don "Bored383" Howard and came with an excellent shape barrel.  Don explains:
"That front ring on the pump [handle] I made is part of an old server hard drive - it's a spacer from between the platters inside the drive."
He goes on to write:
"That was one of my better gun plumbing creations."

The excellent shape Hornet I'm keeping for my collection, but the beat up spare parts assembly is listed at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/t928.html

A stock Sheridan Equalizer. A stock Sheridan Equalizer.

Also pictured are a couple Sheridan Equalizers.  Imagine an inline Phoenix but with a seal made out of the urethane detent material used on VM-68s. One is listed and the other is being saved and will be used to revive a Carterized Equalizer.

Carterized Sheridan Equalizer that I purchased from Earon in 2012. Carterized Sheridan Equalizer that I purchased from Earon in 2012.

The Carterized Equalizer is about as far as you can get from the stock look but I believe the internal inline blowforward assembly is unmodified. Find a stock Sheridan Equalizer forsale at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t832.html

A neat Sheridan Jackel with a plastic exterior but a neat look. A neat Sheridan Jackel with a plastic exterior but a neat look.

And a neat Sheridan double action Jackal that although is completely plastic, has neat action in the back. This Jackel sold quickly but can still be viewed at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1520.html

A VM EXE or a VM Magnum.  I can never remember the difference between the two. A VM Magnum.

And a VM Magnum that's in pretty great shape but of course the detent is completely deteriorated.
Don "Bored383" Howard writes that this is a VM Magnum:
"It's backbottle, that sideline from the bba to the sidetap into the valve, all the quick strip screws. All the exc 68s were bottomline with an expansion chamber.
Don also points out that the reversible feed modification might have only been available on the magnum model, although he isn't 100 percent sure.
This VM is at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1509.html

Wow, a bunch of Spyder, misc blowbacks and the usual garbage that are added in June of 2015. Wow, a bunch of Spyder, misc blowbacks and the usual garbage that are added in June of 2015.

These are mostly all parts and lower end blowbacks but there is one neat example mixed in, a WGP BOSS blowback with System X engraved on the sides.  I have no idea why this would of existed since from what I've heard, WGP did not get along well with System X making their own body blanks.

WGP System X raider. An odd WGP System X raider? Not sure on the story behind this neat blowback. Frame is powder coated.

I've held off on selling the System X BOSS for the time being until I can get some more information but it is listed at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1540.html

A Mokal Titan, added to inventory in June of 2015. A Mokal Titan, added to inventory in June of 2015.

And then there is another Mirage and Mokal Titan.  The Titan uses close to the same threads as a cocker but the snub doesn't screw as far into on the Titan.  So an Autococker barrel will fit in the Titan but a Titan barrel will not screw all the way into an Autococker.
Find this Titan at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1542.html

A nice SMG, a Tippmann Model 98 and some other misc garbage added in June of 2015. A nice SMG, a Tippmann Model 98 and some other misc garbage added in June of 2015.

Also added to inventory was a very nice SMG 60 (which sold kinda quick), some splatmaster shells, a Talon, some Vulcans and a Tippmann Model 98.

A Special Effects Tippmann SMG-60. A Special Effects Tippmann SMG-60. Sold to an international buyer.

I picked this SMG 60 up off Craigslist a while back along with a second parts SMG 60.  These were used to shoot special effects capsules in Hollywood and came with a couple dust balls.  

Check out the dust balls in the video above and take a look at the pair in this post:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/oldnews/two-62-cal-tippmann-smgs-used-special-effects-paintguns

The Tippmann SMG 60 is in surprisingly good shape though, and uses an allen set screw to change from full auto to semi automatic. In the video above we can (kinda) see it shooting full Auto, too bad my hand is in the way.
This SMG, although sold, can be viewed at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1274.html

More SMG-60s will be added to inventory in the coming weeks.  None as nice as this model though.

Tippmann Model 98. Tippmann Model 98. Pretty basic.

The Tippmann 98 isn't anything too special, but the Termite I purchased with it definitely is! 
Find this Tippmann 98 at: http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1447.html

A neat Termite that came with the Model 98 pictured above. A neat Termite that came with the Model 98 pictured above.

Although, this Termite isn't for sale, I can't help but show it off.  It was missing the original pump handle so in the meantime (or years while I look for another) I've substituted a plastic/delrin Taso pump on it.  The Taso pump came off a Taso stock gun, which is why it has no notches for the pump arms. It Termite is pretty close to the model that Rick "RJ" Taylor let me disassembly last summer (haven't gotten to editing the breakdown video I recorded before I shipped it off to Jessica Sparks yet).  I imagine Rick received his Termite in late 1988. It's also similar to the Termite in one of the original Buzzard ads. Thanks to Adam Coker for mentioning this Termite to me.

Last but not least, a few Automags, getting parted and selling whole in June 2015. Last but not least, a few Automags, getting parted and selling whole in June 2015.

And finally, a couple Automags.  I had intended to list the top E Mag with this batch of paintguns but decided it can wait a few months till after I've gone to Northern California and tried charging the battery on one of my E Mag chargers.

A minimag with the box and some paperwork. A minimag with the box and some paperwork.

The Automag pictured top right was purchased for the purple splash parts and the lower left mag was purchased for the valve body with Carter style cuts in it.  Those two are getting parted and the remaining pieces will be listed. The Minimag was listed and sold quickly.  It came with the box, paper work and even the original chrono tag (!) which I was excited to see.

I tested it and it seemed to cycle fine once the reg was cranked a little bit in.
Find this mag (although already sold) at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/t1507.html

A chrono tag from the Minimag. A chrono tag from the Minimag.

And here is the original AGD Chrono reading for this Minimag.

And eventually find the pieces from the parted Automags at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/parts/semi/automag.html

One thought on “Paintguns added to inventory in June 2015”

  • Cole

    Hi Dan, I have made a purchase from you this evening (GMT) ref:- 100004352, would it be possible to mark the parcel with lower cost items as the last time our postie stung me for about $30 in duties.
    Also I don't suppose that you ever come across any Tippmann SMG 68 magazines at any time, and if you do then keep me in mind and ping me off a message.
    Thanks
    Cole

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