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Kennesaw Mountain Markers, a newcomer to the paintball aftermarket scene, is pleased to announce a modification for the Angel* TM  Select-Fire board which will not only equip it for turbo and auto-response triggers, but is also NPPL legal. The Gabriel chip.

The modification consists of removing the chip currently on the board and replacing it with KM2's Gabriel custom chip. This allows auto-response, full-auto, programmable burst and turbo (three paintballs for each two trigger pulls). All functions are programmable through the trigger, the DIP switches now act as tournament locks.

This chip has been fully tested for several months and has performed beautifully in each and every marker it has been added to. All reviews have been positive, and version 1.02 is ready to ship.

To find out pricing and availability check out KM2's web page.

Please note:  WDP does not condone this modification in any way, and it may void your warranty.

*Angel is a registered trademark of WDP


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