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Freeky Geeky Particle Thrower Body

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Your Price: $200.00
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Part Number:18-2

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Knub Hole
9 & 12 Postion
10.5 & 12 Postion
Custom Hole Placement (Add to notes section)
No Holes [+$-0.20]
Screws
Do not include Bottom cover screws [+$-1.50]
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Restock 5 of 5, 5 bodies have been listed, which means we are official out of body's from our last batch, but rest assured we are planing more. if your looking to get one of our gun bodys, we highly recommend singing up the the restock run list, https://forms.gle/UNfzu5vKH8USce2g7 it will guarantee you get one form our next run.

The Freeky Geeky Particle Thrower Body-
Constructed from aluminum, CNC cut and Tig welded together, we then weld on the rear handle, front knob and stream tower.  We then CNC cut out a bottom cover and attach it.

Our thrower bodies are at least  95% accurate to GB1 and GB2 and  100% The Next best thing to owning a screen used thrower body from GB: Afterlife,  we 100% guarantee you will not find a better start to making an afterlife gun body.

Featuring all the same features of the Original throwers, from the curve pinch at the front of the top to the rounded bottom, but taken a step further to feature our custom cut on the bottom, and our heat sink cut out and front palm rest cut out, which when parts are one are never seen and looks just like the originals.

Our custom bottom cut out while is 1/8th thick, originals being 1/16th, allowing a lot less worry about striping out the aluminum with the screws.  We also added a bit of design to it which adds room to access the inside of the body.

Our heat sink side cut out allows for set screws on the heat sink instead of Allen head giving another way to access the gun body without having to remove the bottom, and making it easier to vent smoke to the heat sink for those wanting to set up a smoke system in their gun body.

Our front palm rest cut out makes it simpler to add wires to those who want to add a rumble motor inside one of our hollow front cylinders.