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PaintballTek and the JBS King Cobra

Have you heard of the JBS King Cobra?  Did you know it was the predecessor to the Empire Mini and Axe? 

In this video, Tim @ PaintballTek.com compares the little known electro pneumatic paintball marker, the JBS King Cobra, to the Empire Mini.

Tim explains that the King Cobra was manufactured overseas and then the design was purchased by Empire/Kee, along with most parts.
Function between the two markers is nearly the same and some parts look very close but we don’t think any parts are compatible between the two.

Rap4 also distributed one version of the King Cobra under a different name.

The JBS King Cobra was built in three different stages, 108 (higher end), 106 (middle versions which we use in the video), and 102 (lower end).

Ynda at ZDS Paintball ( www.ZDSPB.com ) has some more information on this bizarre looking marker:
http://www.zdspb.com/tech/kingcobra/

Need a Tech for your JBS King Cobra? Contact Tim at PaintballTek.com !
http://www.paintballtek.com

And checkout his daily tek tips on facebook at:
http://www.facebook.com/PaintballTek

And watch some of Tim’s videos on youtube at:
http://www.youtube.com/user/FirePro84/videos

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