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Mean Gene on the Slice Pump Kit from Autocockerparts

In this video, Gene “Mean Gene” Stein talks about his modular Slice Pump kit for the Worr Game Product Sniper 2, Mini, Empire Sniper, T2 and as Gene demonstrates, the Karnivor.
Find the Slice pump kit for sale at http://www.autocockerparts.com/autococker-pump-kits-s/1821.htm

Gene is holding a Karnivor set up with his Slice Kit and shows how the slices come together and are taken apartĀ and what the internal structure of the kit consists of.

Gene explains that his kit is “modular” because it can grow or shrink in length by adding a different set of internal rods or a different banjo rod off the front of the body.
The front and back of the Slice Pump Kit are aluminum and the internals rods are stainless steel. The actual slices are delrin and there is a teflon sleeve which kit moves on when pumped.

The pump arms (that connect to the Autococker’s back block) are offered in stainless or black anodized aluminum and can be selected on the site.
Gene explains that the pump kit has a “real smooth pump stroke” since the stainless guide is moving on teflon.

Gene will soon be offering colored slices so customers can customize their kit based on the color pattern of the Autococker based pump (Sniper 2, Mini, Karnivor, Empire Sniper and T2) the will be equipping.

The Slices being offered currently are milled from delrin, but Gene mentioned the possibility in the future to be able to 3d print slices which could make a variety of exciting options available.

To purchase a Slice Pump Kit check out Autocockerparts dot com’s pump kit page at:
http://www.autocockerparts.com/autococker-pump-kits-s/1821.htm

And for some awesome examples of the Slice kit in in anodized aluminum, check out Niche Paintball’s page on the Element paintgun. Some aluminum Slice Pump Kits are knurled and anodized to match the fades on Niche’s pumps.
http://nichepaintball.com/element/

For more videos from the Old School Paintball Big Game at SC Village on November 8th, 2015 at:
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLJC7papTosfWueq8epPWWD0HYFJiin5XH

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