|From l-r. Far left, Stock Ray I barrel, polished on the interior, muzzle break made from six rows of six drilled holes. Progressive patters (smaller to larger from bore to muzzle. Middle left, Stock Ray I barrel, interior and exterior polished with jewler's rouge. Very Shiny. Whisper break of 3 rows of 11 1/8" holes drilled in the bottom middle section. A muzzle break made from 8 cut slots (parrallel to direction of ball travel. Middle right, Stock Ray I barrel heavily ported to use with volume control. Polished interior and exterior with rubbing/polishing compound. Pretty shiny. 5 rows of 15 holes, straight and progressively ported. The far right barrel is used for example, my best barrel to date. Stock SL-68 II (pump) Polished with wet sandpaper hone (ala Quake) and polishing/rubbing compound. The muzzle break is made from 6 rows of 6 drilled holes. To finish each hole, I beveled the exterior (sort of like on a LAPCO). Looks very good and shoots very straight. As a side note, the only barrel empiracally tested is the whisper ported barrel. All barrels seem to shoot straight and better than stock barrels.|
|Just a shot of me looking goofy in fatigues.|
Shot of me shooting my Sugar Ray v.II indoors. Actually the marker is not gassed up and has no paintballs in it.
|Shot of me holding same above Ray.|
Shot of the gripframe from the SR (Sugar Ray) v.II grip frame with the two-finger trigger installed. This frame also has a remote nipple attached and a bottom line.
The SR v.II with the SRDT (Sugar Ray Double Trigger) installed. I also have the bottom line, remote set-up, power feed, and J&J 12" SS muzzle breaked (broken?) barrel
The same SR v.II as above, except this has my Remora/Lapco and Lapco barrel plug attached, for comparison with the above.
12" J&J Stainless Steel Stingray I barrel on top and 12" LAPCO Spyder barrel on bottom for comparison.
|12" J&J Stainless Steel Stingray I barrel with muzzle break.|
|12" LAPCO Autospirit Spyder barrel with barrel plug. Below it are two Remoras, the original black, and the latest version in gold.|
SRDT (double trigger) on the left, and stock Ray trigger on the right.
The Sugar Ray Modifications:
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