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Eric Jordan on his Mechanical Smart Parts Ion

At Bacci Mountain 2016 I met Northern California paintball player Eric Jordan. Has bought various part over the last year and since I knew he was close I invited him up to our game. 

While at the game, Eric showed us the Mechanical Smart Parts Ion he put together using a Deathwish_DW / Two Fat Guys Paintball kit.
Two Fat Guys paintball offers users with electro pneumatic Smart Parts Ions a drop in kit that will modify the marker to shooting using a switch.

In the video, Eric shoots his mechanical Ion over the chronograph and it gets pretty good consistancy.  He also explains a little about the construction. shoots over the chrono and tells us a little about the construction.

Find more on The Mechanical Ion Conversions at http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/dealers-forum/171881-y0da900-deathwish_dws-mech-ion-vibe-sp1-gog-mod-drop-kit-%2A-sale-thread%2A.html

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