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From: JOHN PITTELLI <jplily-at-yahoo.com>
Subject: RE: intro [TANKS]
Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 06:53:46 -0700 (PDT)
Reply-To: tanks-at-rctankcombat.com

        Chris B. is also in Oz and has a working
Tiger. He should be of tremendous help to you. There
are a few Ozmen on the list,scattered of course like
we are . Good luck and weclome to the group.

John" #39 "Pittelli

--- Douglas Shannon <professor03-at-hotmail.com> wrote:

> >From: Kevin Ross <kjrcartoons-at-yahoo.com.au>
> >Date: Tue, 20 Sep 2005 21:24:39 +1000 (EST)
> >
> >Hi all My name is Kevin I like thank you for the
> member ship I'm been a 
> >modeller for a long time cars,aircraft but I found
> your site by chance and 
> >loved it.
> >So I've would like too build a tank and promote it
> here in oz as there is 
> >no where in my area that has any ting like this.
> >first problem paintball pistols,rifles are band
> here. so how is the best 
> >way to make one.
> >I thought that if I use air pressure with a dust
> gun fitted to a barrel 
> >would that work.
> My first thought is...
> I saw someone made a paintball marker out of PVC
> pipe that is AMAZINGLY 
> similar to an Airgun Designs Auto-Mag paintball
> marker.
> I don't have the link handy, but check the US Patent
> Department website. 
> They have patent documents (drawings, diagram,
> descriptions) online and 
> searchable. You can easily find a paintball
> marker/gun and trace back to 
> some of the simpler designs and recreate them with a
> little shop work and 
> use pnematic rams to recock them after firing.
> I'll try to find some link and a place to post them.
> Doug

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