Some of the Wildest Paintguns in captivity!
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Here it is- one of the 'Nets largest collections
of wild, trick and way-cool paintball guns!
All of these markers have passed
through Doc's Machine Shop, and were modified, customized, repaired
in some way. Some got only minor work- like a trigger job- and others were reconstructed
only a few of the gun's original parts remain. Please note: These
guns are NOT for sale.
We can mod your gun in the same or a similar fashion,
but we do not carry new, premodified paintball guns.
- The one that started it all: Purple,
with a P-stock, hardlines, built-in regulator, and a dozen other goodies.
- Right here in Black & White... more
- Here's one outfitted with a stock, vertical
Stabilizer reg, and a 20-ounce.
- This one's Camo with a CCI nickeled barrel.
- Here's an all-new 'standard' in Purple
- And Two More; one with
an All-American barrel and a .45 grip.
- This one was made especially for Punisher:
- Blue-lava anno and lots of goodies: A close-up,
the right side, and the
BushMasters and Defiants:
- Check out this Blazer with a very
compact speedball drop-forward...
- ... or try it with a DF that's a little more... Normal.
- Here's one in Grey-Splash with a "Lightweight"
- An elegant Black Blazer, with stainless
hardlines, a Stabilizer, P-stock and nickel highlights.
- This One has a Raptor airsystem, LAPCO barrel
and a Stabilizer.
- Old pic: Typhoon, 2-finger trigger,
custom stock with unique Female Stabilizer clamp-mount.
Shockers & Impulses:
Spyders and Other Blowbacks
Various Other Semiautos:
Pumps and Others:
PGPs and Sheridans:
- Byron's silver Bushy LCD,
with a Wayforward and custom trigger.
- Fade-annoed Defiant with
an LCD Angel grip and Gladiator board.
Doc's Personal Collection:
- Check out this very cool stock-class converted Purple
- I didn't do a thing to it, but I had it in the shop for a while; A Carter
SC in brown & stainless.
- Here's an Armson Rifle pump, converted
- And here's a Trracer I converted to
a very nice stocker.
- A trick one; WGP Ranger pump converted
to stock feed.
- And a nicely-done Stock Class conversion of a TASO
- Here's a shot of a 'restored' Nel-Spot
- Ressurected after about three years- My Red
'Mag with unique handmade Angel-thread vertical-feed body. Want one? It's easy:
Take off the old neck, weld
up the hole, grind it smooth,
make the new neck, silver-solder
it on. Voila`.
- An old dog's new tricks: My Blazer,
now with a 45 frame and another Max-Flow setup. (Yep, I like 'em!)
- The Scalpel- an Autococker used for
the surgical removal of opposing players.
- My unique Palmer's-modified Stroker,
shown here with a Max Flow air system.
- Stroker Update! New Pic
with a hand-built 2-finger 45 grip frame and "swoopy" drop for the Max
- The prototype centerfeed-mod Shocker
with Glacier Vision anti-chop circuitry, plus stainless goodies and a DYE.
- The "Parts Box" 'Cocker-
literally assembled from used, leftover and horse-traded parts. 'Bout $100 invested.
- Literally the World's Coolest Stock-Class
Phantom... with pneumatic-assist.
- Same Gun- still cool, and more shots besides!
- How about the world's only Stock-Class Tippmann SL-68-2?
Too many mods to name!
- Plain-jane Mega-Z; it's only reliable
as an anvil, and I've shot it on CO2 at 17 below zero F.
- I converted this P-68-DS
from an SC, modded the grip, and added a Max Flow.
- For those days I don't want to tinker with my gun, there's my 'backup' Carbine.
- Here's my Eclipse Sterling pump, with
a custom valve body, a vertical ASA, and other goodies.
- Doc's Own Personal PGP.
- Check out this Wild P-68-SC!
- How'sabout a right-hand-feed Impulse?
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