YES! VIEW MY POST AND HAIL ME AS YOUR CHAMPION!
Sorry, I got carried away xD I worked 10 hours today followed by 4 hours of private training, and came home to a steak dinner. So I'm in a good mood and I need something to do before I pass out. That being said, here's the full strip of the Vapor. (with a few re-used pics of the reg and main bolt assembly; they haven't changed xD)
SEE MY POST ON PAGE 62 FOR INITIAL IMPRESSIONS
So, here's the core next to a 2.0 luxe core
... and stripped down (basic)
... this is the spring and can (it's a self-sealing valve, like on the clone or droid. this helps with efficiency!)
OH! and here's the reg stripped down...
Here is the marker without the reg and bolt
Grips are thin enough. they extend out about as far as the NXT grips, but they feel better.
eye covers first. They're the same offset pistons that the luxe uses. BTW the magnets are REPELLING from the body, so they tilt out when you slide the lever backwards. It's IMPOSSIBLE to do this on the field (and they won't come out accidentally) because of how deep the latch slides into the body.
You can see I've bent the microswitch lever a little to make the trigger more to my liking
Board and back-plate for the OLED (plastic case to keep the OLED safe from paint and hard knocks)
Feedneck is built into the body
and it strips from this....
ASA is simple enough
here's the inside of the grip (trigger removal)
and what's left in the body (also note the milling around the magnet to route eye-wires!)
SMC noid breakdown is cake
Note that there's no manifold. It's all milled into the body.
There's really not much to these markers. Not as complex as a luxe strip, and the frame/body is more like a shocker or an ego really. It's super-simple and it's done quite cleanly. No problems taking this guy apart at the field. Also, I couldn't figure out how to take the latches out of the eyes. I don't foresee this to be a problem as I can't imagine how you'd break them, and cleaning them is stupid-simple (take eye cover, soak in rubbing alcohol for 10 seconds, dry off)