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Old 01-06-2003, 05:31 PM #1
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Upgrades for a rainmaker

Hi i was thinking of getting a rainmaker and i was wondering what are good upgrades i can get for it. What self mods i can do to it?

What replacement trigger frames can i get for it?
What barrels does it take?
What kind of regs does it take?
Does it have a venturi that i can remove?
What PSI does it run at?
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Old 01-06-2003, 08:04 PM #2
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Old 01-16-2003, 03:59 PM #3
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haha yall guys make me sick


Lets not post that whining and uninformed posting


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Old 01-16-2003, 04:07 PM #4
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HI new rainmaker owner

1. any but you need to do slight modificatins.
2.Atuococker i usea all- american and a lapco bigshoit, a dye xceel, and a dye boomstick.
3.Any go to the rmog because arter you set up ypuor vetrical asa for better flow you'll want to gut the stock reg.

Others i don't know.

What is a ventuir. Did you Mean A vertuer Bolt?

I hope you get one, they are nice guns.

And if you ever need help where here for ya.

Don't listens to fags who don't know what there talkin about usally they haven't even shot or held one. For ex. If they had they know it wasn't plastic.
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Old 01-16-2003, 10:59 PM #5
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i wanted to apologize

sorry for that message....i shouldnt be flaming stuff ....it was rude...hope yall accept my apology
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Old 01-17-2003, 04:05 PM #6
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Very cool of you to apologize Rock on man!

1. Takes mods to get any frames to work that aren't stock
2. Cocker just like corey said I generally use stock cause it's a NICE stock barrel
3. female and inline regs are pretty much bolt on, male or foregrip regs require a mag vert adapter to mount. If you look in the pic thread you can see pics of mine and scottq's with male regulators
4. It has a bolt that can be removed in under 10 seconds... Very nice for cleaning on the field... It's not Venturi it's open faced(good thing) YOu can replace it with a delrin one if you want for a small change in operating pressure
5. Stock it takes about 650 to get it up I believe, but people have gotten them down to like 180 with a TON of tweaking. And it's not really worth it. Mine runs at around 300 perfectly.

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