SOLD SOLD SOLD!
Alright, this is my Tippmann B5 up for sale. I haven't shot this thing in, about, 3 years, so I'm thinking it's time for it to find a better home. This thing has been tweaked to have an, outrageously, low operating pressure (for a Tippmann) of 280-300psi. The low pressure not only means that this is one of the quietest Tippmanns to take the field, but it will cradle your balls like $2,000 hooker.
Anyone that has ever shot a B5 knows that the ICP kit is the ONE upgrade that no other marker can use. No high end can get as compact as this guy can. The 12" barrel I have extends less then 8" past the trigger guard, making it unreal short and plays behind hard cover like a pro.
I'm not going to lie, this marker has all kinds of dings, scratches etc. It's been used, but it's all cosmetic. The marker will come exactly as pictured below, if you want any close up pics of any part of the marker, just ask.
Here's the list of upgrades:
-ICP bullpup kit
-Low pressure kit (shoots at 280fps at less then 300psi)
-Custom modded volumizer
-APE rampage board
-Rhythm innovations magnetic trigger
-Full Tech T Cyclone: lightning rod, QEPH, original black prototype squishy paddles (I was one of the, original, testers), vortex mod
-Freak Barrel with 12" front and .679 Aluminum bore
-Folding front grip
-3 way rail (this marker has the BEST position for a red dot scope... period)
As we all know, the B5 is the only, Tippmann approved by the Dos Equis man:
Now onto the sexy:
If you look at the above pics, carefully, you'll notice that while I was teching the marker two things happened. There was a leak from the tombstone, and the macro line was leaking. I replaced the tombstone with a new one, and replaced the macro with some SS braided line. Because all the tombstones are threaded differently, it put the volumizer's air attachment at a different angle then I set it up, originally. Here's a pic of the old placement with the G36 mag that fit over it (it also shows how a red dot site attaches to it):
Here is a shooting video with a close up of the gauge on the reg, and a hopper full of reballs shot over a crono. I, actually, didn't even have to re crono it, after collecting dust in my closet. It, prolly needs to be shot a bit and let lube sink in a bit more before the consistency gets back under control. Note that I'm shooting with an LP tank as well.
I'm going to start out at $700 obo for this guy. I'm not in any hurry to get rid of it. If it's on here for a month or so, I'll start looking at trades.
Any Tippmann haters, please stay out of my thread.
Thanks for looking!