Home Equipment Parts Gilly shows off the DT1 Dust Devil loader on his CCM S6

Gilly shows off the DT1 Dust Devil loader on his CCM S6

Wayne, aka “desertT1,” on mcb, is producing a unique small capacity loader that fits about 65 paintballs. ¬†Gilly received this loader from desertT1 at SPEW and shows it off in this video, on top of his CCM S6 ,which he calls, the Joker gun.

I ask Gilly, if the DT1 is printed ABS and Gilly replies that desertT1 is casting them from molds, but from reading DesertT1’s threads it looks like they are not yet injection molded. But Wayne has future plans to go that route.

In desertT1’s two main threads on mcb, he highlights the features of the DT1 prototype. DesertT1 writes:

  • “Mechanical force feeding
  • 65 ball capacity without the pod lid
  • Easily serviceable, but that isn’t going to be often if ever
  • Keeps up with pumps, mechs, and electros”

Find that link at:
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/custom-projects-custom-questions/245028-dt1-dust-devil-prototype-mechanical-force-feed-loader.html

At the link below you can watch Wayne’s videos on the DT1 Dust Devil, and sign up for the preorder:
http://www.mcarterbrown.com/forums/dealers-forum/258027-dealer-thread-dt1-dust-devil-want-list.html

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