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Kapp Prototype 3 Way switch by Brian Duffy

Spent a few hours today editing videos that I’ve missed in the last year.  One of those being a short interview from Living Legends 2012 with Sean Scott of CPX, Smart Parts and Kapp.  In the video Sean answers some questions about Kapp and a few of the innovative Kapp sample/prototype parts I’ve come across. 

Prototype Kapp cut out 3 way.  Likely made by Brian Duffy.
Prototype Kapp cut out 3 way. Likely made by Brian Duffy.

 

One part being this autococker 3 way.  Sean says Brian Duffy and his father worked on many of the later prototype Kapp parts.    This video will eventually be up with several other Pacific Paintball videos I’ve mentioned in the last month or so.

Kapp prototype 3 way mounted on a Mini B blocked Autococker.
Kapp prototype 3 way mounted on a Mini B blocked Autococker.

In the photo above the prototype 3 way design is mounted on a Minicocker P block body that came from Ryan Podesta of 31st outfitters.

Kapp plastic badge patch.  Find these on baccipaintball
Kapp plastic badge patch. Find these on baccipaintball

Find this plastic patch on baccipaintball at:
http://www.baccipaintball.com/mem074.html

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