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PSP/NPPL World Cup 2002
October 18-27, 2002
Kissimmee, FL
Trade Show Gallery 2

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PMI's show trailer - their center piece - the new Evil Paintball line
The Omen paintgun - a closed bolt electro semi with a force feed system that gently pushed the ball from a feed similar to a vertical powerfeed, into the chamber when the bolt is open
The Pipe barrel, with backs ranging from .683-.695 and a front.  Pipe barrels are honed before and after anodizing.
The Pipe comes in a "Pipe Bomb" set with 5 backs and one tip.
The Pipe is available in 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18 inch lengths.
Evil gloves
Evil packs and pods
PMI is also producing the Evil line of accessories for various paintguns
This Evil front block for the autococker shows their compact LPR, as well as the ram and 3 way.
New tank sizes for Pure Energy 5,000 psi air systems - PSP now fills to 5,000 psi at their tournaments.
Evil jerseys with vents in the side and a faux sleeve that looks like 2 layers but is only one.
Evil t-shirts
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PMI Jersey
EXT Pro E-Force Piranha with semi-burst, and full auto modes.  High end looks at lower price.
Assorted products from PMI's inventory.
J&J Barrels
J&J One Piece Ceramics (with two piece ceramic kits on the right).
J&J Color anodized one piece aluminum barrels.
J&J's trigger frame for the A5 - milled aluminum construction with blade style trigger and a built in Response Trigger ram.
The cylinder of the ram is machined into the grip, the piston can be removed and rebuilt, rather than replacing the entire cylinder assembly.
Also at J&J's booth - the latest incarnation of the Straight Shot Squeegie - now with bright colors.
This black cap clips to a lanyard and holds the Straight Shot, making it just one tug away.
Team Ultra Ego cruising past the booths.



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