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ACI Sonic Griffin – Electro Pneumatic Paintball Marker – c.2001

An ACI Griffin with the electronic Sonic Conversion kit. I don’t know a lot about these kits but I’m guessing they were made by Leon Styles and PGI for ACI.

ACI Sonic Griffen, which was advertised in APG around 2000. The ACI/PGI Bottomline regulator is actual used on this paintgun.
ACI Sonic Griffen, which was advertised in APG around 2000. The ACI/PGI Bottomline regulator is actual used on this paintgun.

They share the same ACI bottomline reg and I “think” they use the same solenoid as the early electronic Super Novas. 
Does anyone know more about them they’d like to share? They were advertised in APG around 2000 or 2001 I think?

Gauge on ACI Griffin semi kit.
Gauge on ACI Griffin semi kit.

The pictured model has a serial ending in 7 so it’s possible it’s the 7th model made?

Solenoid valve on ACI Grffin.
Solenoid valve on ACI Grffin.

The ACI Sonic conversion kit is mentioned on Warpig.com in the August 2001 IAO article:
http://www.warpig.com/paintball/technical/IAO_new_01/index4.shtml

Bill Mills writes, “ACI’s Jerry Sullivan introduced the Griffin XP – the low priced Griffon with the additional flash of ACI’s exclusive patterened anodizing.  The Sonic electropneumatic conversion transforms Griffons, Spyders, or Pirranhas, coverting them into electropneumatic paintguns.”

ACI Sports Bottomline regulator
ACI Sports Bottomline regulator

I believe Jerry Sullivan is related to Brian Sullivan (creator of the Equalizer double action).

 

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