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A customer brought me an older Rex Paintball R2, an inexpensive electro-seartripper design
that was mainly meant to be cheap. It's not a bad design, and this particular one was in pretty
good shape- though it bore the usual pliers-scars of an inept and clueless previous owner.
Besides the scarring and the usual band-aid fixes (front chamber, reg and gauge each had about half
a roll of pipe tape applied, in an effort to seal it up- plus there was a rubber band jammed in there to boot)
the gun suffered a bad design flaw: The front valve chamber/ASA block was held on
by a screw that passes through to the pressurized chamber.
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