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Paintball Pro Shop’s RTP Viper

 

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I just had a customer email and ask if a standard sheridan valve will fit in RTP Vipers.  I couldn’t remember for sure but I think it will.  Anyone know 100 percent for sure?

Here is an RTP Viper I bought a long time ago.  Had a huge dent in the barrel but I used my Radiant Heating/Plumbing Skills to remove it with a Pex Expander tool. This is the best method I have found for removing dents in Sheridan Feeds and Barrels and if done carefully can leave no trace.

On this viper I was careful not to allow the barrel to flare out.  What I ended up doing was using a broken off Automag Direct feed and sliding it over the barrel and then removing the dent in the barrel.  This allowed the barrel to expand with minimal flaring. 

I will do a video on this eventually.  Makes me feel a lot better playing rough with my Palmers Houndstooth and SuperStocker.

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