A quick guide on how to polish the internal mechanism of a Tippmann 98 Custom paintball marker.
WARNING: I am not to be held responsible for any damage caused to your marker or any other marker this method or any similar method is used on. (Even though I highly doubt you can cause real harm to your marker, even if you did this for hours on end)
Step 1: Disassembly of the Marker
Disassembly of the 98 custom is very easy. this is made possible by the "Clam-Shell" design. All you do is remove the 6 bolts on the side with the charging handle and loosen the bolts on the ASA.
(Sorry for not including pics of disassembly, but it's pretty easy)
You need these following tools for the entire process:
1/8 inch hex key (mine is in a set)
Flat-Head screwdriver (only if you have a response trigger/cyclone feed/both (like me))
Pliers of some sort (only for removing response trigger)
Steel Wool (I used extra fine)
Tippmann 98 custom (durrr)