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Paintball Museum Spotlight - PBMaxx SHO

SHO

 

Manufacturer: PBMaxx
Year: 1998

The PBMaxx SHO was a full Pneumatic-assist conversion for an Autococker or Sniper. With the addition of an auto-trigger, the SHO could be shot as fast as one could fan the trigger on a semi-automatic.

The SHO is characterized by the mounting of the components on the right side of the gun. The LPR is tapped directly into the valve chamber, and the body is milled away in relief to give room for the reversed 4way valve and ram. A scratch-built frontblock is installed, replacing the factory part. The ram-mounted pump arm is shifted to the right side, so if an auto-trigger is installed, the linkage arms are placed on a dummy pump arm on the left side of the gun. The only point at which the dummy AT pump arm is connected is to the backblock.

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08.08.18
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