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Old 04-12-2002, 10:33 PM #1
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Compact M3 BD

Hey.......
I am soon to order a Compact BD. Im just wondering what color do you think I should get?

http://m3paintball.com/main/product_...68132b10a04eae

It will have:
Black Lapco Big Shot
Black WGP Ergo reg


Also..do u think i could out my old bolt, vertical adapter, and valve in it?

And does the trigger need some work? Or is it alreday mad short?

Thanks
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Old 04-12-2002, 10:41 PM #2
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One more questoin about the frame...
Like is it the kind of electro frame that shoots when the gun is not gassed up (well not shoot but move the sear)?

Is the safety electric?
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Old 04-13-2002, 05:22 AM #3
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I have a blue one.. it actually doesn't look that good close up.. looks like someone spray painted it blue (it's not anodized).. but from far it looks nice. You can use your old bolt as long as it's from a rear cocking spyder (or clone).. and for the last question, yes, the trigger can use some work.. actually, the entire gun is made of pretty.. cheap.. material.. the plastic trigger is just wrong.. and the frame and grips are all plastic. Even the main body isn't too strong.. but for the price the marker rocks. Oh, and for your other post, yes it release the sear even if it's not gassed up. The only other prob you will have if you get a compact is the way they made the "unstandard" ASA holes on the bottom of the trigger, but there are other posts about how to fix that. Good luck!
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Old 04-13-2002, 11:07 AM #4
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Ok i found out all the parts are interchangble.
Now what color do u guys think? cept for blue.

Also...is their a front stop for the trigger?

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Old 04-13-2002, 11:50 PM #5
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My blue one doesn't look that good, but it's prob still better than the other colors.. As for the trigger.. it just hangs there.. kinda of lame.. if you buy a checkit trigger, you can adjust the play though.
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