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Voting Thread!!!
A contest to see who can build the sweetest ICD based marker.
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maloneoni
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 12:02 am    Post subject: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

The time is here for the final showdown. The battle that you have all be waiting for. It is time to cast your votes for who is ICDO's 2012 top builder.

This going to be structured a bit differently. In order to build suspense (like a cheesy TV show with Tim Gunn and Heidi Klum in it) we are going to do a semi-secret ballot with semi-secret results. Here is how it will work:

Voting begins now. Private message me (maloneoni) with your vote. I will tally the votes (and who cast them) in a hidden thread. Voting will end on the 25th, NO exceptions. On December 31st, I will make the tally thread public and announce the winner (Recount it all you like). I wanted to do this via poll so that I don't get swamped with messages, but there isn't a way to structure it that way as of right now.

If Lexiones or cs900 object to this method, please notify me immediately.
If you are not either of those two and object to the way I set this up, go ahead and talk to me, but cs900 and Lexiones are going to have the bulk of the weight in potential objection.

Keep in mind, the both cs900 and Lexiones have a couple of more specifications and videos to post. Voting ends on the 25th, so if you are undecided, don't hesitate to wait a few days.

Without further ado, here are the competitors:


cs900


Build thread.

cs900 wrote:















- custom milling
- custom dust and gloss ano (and yes there is gloss on the bodyas well ;))
- Modified bolt and can for better oring fitment
- custom carbon/kevlar grips and plain carbon grips
- Horizontal board conversion
- duel ball bearing wave trigger
- Lurker Eigen barrel
- CCM fittings
- CP reg
- custom magnetic ball detents
- integrated rail milling

video coming soon...need to get air...

edit***
as requested:
Bolt modifications included turning down the OD of the bolt and oring gland. Increasing size of oring gland in can as well as polishing the can inside. I also squared up the back of the bolt as it was clearly just cut on a bandsaw and not square at all.


dovetail milling:


specs:
dwell: stock FS dwell
input pressure: will get once tank is filled
LPR pressure: no gauge, so i'm not sure.
shooting videao: will get once tank is filled

Video:
www.youtube.com/watch?...e=youtu.be

Lexiones

Build thread.

lexiones wrote:





Shooting video


Specs:
-Electro-pneumatic vertical valve ICD Alley Cat.
-Custom Matrix Breech
-Custom bolt
-Custom hammer
-Lightened ICD ram
-Freak bored unported WGP barrel
-Milled, ported and pollished ram housing
-Custom ram sleeve
-SFT/Nerve Frame
-SP style forgrip
-Nobody's harness
-Cosmetic and mechanically milled body
-Hollowed out reciever
-Direct airline
-Palmers LPR
-ICD 9300 board
-NDZ feedneck
-NDZ Trigger
-Parker timmy noid
-CP direct mount
-Runs on Direct CO2


Edit:

Dwell: Whatever the stock 9300 dwell is.

HP pressure:800-850 PSI(CO2 pressure)

LP pressure (if possible): TBA(AKA I don't know yet)

Video of owner going over marker (shooting video goes without saying):New Video with hopper coming Friday. I'll also have an exploded image/diagram as well.

Shoots per tank (or good estimate) : On a 4 oz tank I got about 200 before it started acting up. So, about 1000 on a 20 oz. I'd expect the same from a 68-4500 HP tank.

lexiones wrote:
New shooting video


docs.google.com/open?i...U9PV3FZWFU

lexiones wrote:
As promised an exploded view.



1. Freak bored WGP Stcok barrel.
2. Foregrip that raised a whole bunch of eyebrows when I made it at work.
3. NDZ trigger
4. Shocker/Nerve trigger frame:
-----Milled to fit lower reciever and valve chamber.
-----Also tapped for 2-56 screws to hold the trigger switch.
5. CP direct mount ASA.
6. Dye stickies.
7. Lower reciever:
-----Hollowed to allow for air lines.
-----Tapped for 1/8-npt airline input and LPR output.
-----Blocked rear airport. Milled off and squared ASA.
-----Enlarged valve area to allow for higher volume.
----- Drilled to attach foregrip and breech.
8. Valve and Stem
-----Cup seal turned down to allow for airline to fit.
-----Valve ports enlarged.
9. Palmers LPR
10. Upper reciever:
-----Chopped the breech off and bored out the end to align to the new breech.
------blocked off recock port.
------Small amount of milling on the underside to make installing barbs easier.
------Cosmetic milling to radius the top and cut windows.
11. Breech:
-----turned to align with upper reciever
-----Cocker threaded
-----Weight reduction milling
-----Matrix threaded feed
-----Matrix detents
-----Drilled to align with foregrip
12. Custom machined delrin rear plug.
13. Ultem bolt(machined to .001" fit with breech)
14. NDZ feedneck
15. Ram cap Turned down to fit better and polished internals.
16. Antichop cap
-----Attaches to the end of the ram to cut ram pressure in half for the first 1/4" of ram travel(this also works in bushmasters)
17. Ram assembly. ( I didn't disassemble this mainly because it it quite annoying to set up the hammer location again.
-----Custom housing machined from a a-5 barrel
-----Custom hammer
-----Bushmaster ram housing turned down to fit
-----Hollow bushmaster ram with 10-32 tap in the rear to allow for the antichop cap.
-----6-32 tapped for air barbs
18. Breech bolt.
-----Connects the breech through the lower reciever to the foregrip
19. Parker 5-way solenoid
20. Furious harness
-----Thanks Nobody
21. 9300 board.


Better late than never.


Ask some questions

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cs900 wrote:
a can opener is a good alternative to a sp on off.

63VDub wrote:
I see potential for a CO2 operated tattoo gun...

Beating plowshares into swords.


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 12:51 am    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

I will update this thread as necessary.

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a can opener is a good alternative to a sp on off.

63VDub wrote:
I see potential for a CO2 operated tattoo gun...

Beating plowshares into swords.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:14 am    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

Ultimate Showdown



Voted

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:52 am    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

Congratulations to Lexiones for being the first person to cast a vote.

This is what the results page will look like.


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a can opener is a good alternative to a sp on off.

63VDub wrote:
I see potential for a CO2 operated tattoo gun...

Beating plowshares into swords.
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 1:56 am    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

Hooray at the very least I was winning for a period of time.

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PostPosted: Sun Dec 09, 2012 5:16 am    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

I'm going to hold my judgement until all the information on these is out. So far they're both looking pretty sweet.

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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:19 am    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

Voted!!
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 1:16 pm    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

I hate the fact that I have to choose just one.

I might need a few days on this.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 7:10 pm    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

ditto.
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 10, 2012 8:59 pm    Post subject: Re: Voting Thread!!! Reply with quote

No kidding.

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a can opener is a good alternative to a sp on off.

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I see potential for a CO2 operated tattoo gun...

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