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Tim at Paintballtek works on a Cyber 9000, 1st paintball marker with a LCD screen

The Cyber 9000 was the first paintball gun with a digital screen readout.

This Cyber 9000 was a recent acquisition from Andy DuBuc at Nummech.
With Tim’s help it powers on successfully and will almost fire! Hopefully we’ll shoot it in the near future.

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Streamed live on August 12th 2018.
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