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Paintball Museum Spotlight - ICD Indian Creek Design Bob Cat
Manufacturer: ICD Indian Creek Design
The Bobcat was the sibling model of the Puma, both were introduced in 1994. It was intended as a short and maneuverable marker, with a 7 inch barrel and no rear ASA connection. The Bobcat had a special vertical adapter, called a 'Vertical Angled Tank System', or VATS. The theory of the VATS was that it angled the tank back towards the grip, which placed it under the center of gravity for the gun and made it more stable without the rear stock-like bottle position. The Bobcat also came with both a Lonestar M-16 grip and an aluminum 45 grip adapter with rubber side panels. The lower receiver has the same deep location grooves of the Puma and the same heavy one-piece construction.